Santo Sing Kong Buddhist Church, Tondo, Manila

This is a wonderful Buddhist church/temple located in a quiet street of Tondo. It is well worth a visit if you are in the neighbourhood. The church is artfully decorated. On wooden pillars you can admire more than hundred little statues of Gods from different religions. The caretaker is very friendly and you are free to take as much pictures as you wish. I couldn’t find any information about this Church on the internet.

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Exceptional festivities every Chinese New Year.

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Where: Simbahan ng Santo Sing Kong. 657 Morga Street, Tondo, Manila. Open every day from 6.00 am till 5.00 pm
Tell: 242 00 86 or 242 48 04

My rate: 10/10. A wonderful Buddhist Church. Awesome little statues.

Info from: My Sarisari Store

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  • Marvin Fernando

    Special thanks to Master Co Feng Shui expert of Philippine Hsien Tiak Taoist Temple for helping me in my problem and for healing my sickness.

  • Jessie Ong

    Santo Sing Kong is ecumenical church. in short all religion are welcome to visit and pray there.

    The god with the globe is called saturnian or uh tiu shin in chinese

  • butch

    to which sect or school of buddhism does santo sing kong buddhist church belongs to?!

  • Elena Tan

    A warning to the public by board members of Philippine Hsien Tiak Taoist Temple and Santo Sing Kong Church

    This post and ad is to warned and notify the public that we have suspected internet scammer , liar , culprit and fake feng shui master and seller who are using our name to post fake and illegal content over the internet.

    Last March , board members of Philippine Hsien Tiak Taoist Temple with the help of NBI and police arrested 6 internet scammer and swindler who are using our temple name and Master Co name for their illegal and scam activities.

    We wish to notify the public that we have been serving the community and doing feng shui for more than 30 years already and we do it for free without asking for a payment or expecting anything in return. Also we do not asked client to purchase useless feng shui stuff from us or ask them to purchase anything for us.

    Please be guided accordingly and thank you for your continous support for Hsien Tiak Temple and Santo Sing Kong Church

  • Leah

    No temple here in philippines and abroad allow people to stay for FREE
    in short there is no free meal in this world.

  • http://[email protected] erick

    hi! is photography allowed inside?

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    How does one becomes a buddhist in the philippines?

  • shipana sree bhikkhu

    Sir
    How are you please, I am a bangladeshi buddhist monk from thailand, I Will hear to know that your temple is very good & charming, I already visit many country so I want to know your tradition becouse after i will learn world man. so I want to stay in your temple , please can you advice me ? How can i stay in your temple ?
    Please write to me soon, The lord buddha bless you with triple gems.

    Ven.Shipana sree Bhikkhu
    Bangkok, Thailand.

  • shipana sree bhukkhu

    Sir
    How are you please, I am a bangladeshi buddhist monk from thailand, I Will hear to know that your temple is very good & charming, I already visit many country so I want to know your tradition becouse after i will learn world man. so I want to stay in your temple , please can you advice me ? How can i stay in your temple ?
    Please write to me soon, The lord buddha bless you with triple gems.

    Ven.Shipana sree Bhikkhu
    Bangkok, Thailand.

  • Michelle Lee Sy

    Hi everyone i want to refer you to Hsien Tiak Temple.
    The Taoist master of this Temple is very popular and good.
    Very famous Feng Shui master and spiritual healer.

  • megaman

    i dont get what you mean sidney the guards there are very strict. they dont alow photography by the way who is the statue near rthe main altar with a taoist globe in it?

  • http://N/A John Michael So

    Cool pictures. I have been to that temple. Have you tried attending the “diam king” or the mass? There are two masses every Sunday one during 9:00 AM and one 11:00 AM.

  • http://N/A John Michael So

    Cool pictures. I have been to that temple. Have you tried attending the “diam king” or the mass. There are two masses every Sunday one during 9:00 AM and one 11:00 AM.

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  • Rosy May

    I was at the Santo Sing Kong temple a few days ago. Chinese officemates from way back told me about this temple. Awesome, yes. But what attracted me to it, is the chance given to ask the gods a question, and to get a written response in English. Really worth ones’ time!

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    hi nice site.

  • http://my_sarisari_store.typepad.com Sidney

    Yes, you are right. BUT it also depends on your attitude and how strictly the guards enforce the rules. There are other Buddhist temples that didn’t allow me to take pictures (For example the Seng Guan Buddhist temple in Binondo). But I don’t easily give up. I have a lot of stories and I have an official press card. This helps too.

    Many guards banned me already from taking pictures (for instance in Fort Bonifacio, in Cubao and in malls. The best is to come back another day and hope you will not encounter the same guards.

    I am sure one day I will get those pictures of the Seng Guan Buddhist temple! Maybe it was just a guard who disliked someone looking like an American! ;-)

  • http://www.superpasyal.blogspot.com SUPERPASYAL

    It is good that they allowed you to take photos! Honestly, foreigners have the distinct advantage over Pinoy-looking tourists, he he! so places where photography is normally banned become lax with their rules. What do you think?