Theravāda Buddhism Web Directory

Chiang Mai

The International Buddhism Center at Wat Phradhatu Doi Suthep was inaugurated in 2004 by the Most Venerable Phrathep Varasiddhajaan.
The International Buddhism Center offers Vipassana (Insight) Meditation Courses in the tradition of Mahasi Sayadaw (Myanmar) and Ajahn Tong (Chom Tong, Thailand).
The Vipassana teachers at the International Buddhism Center at Doi Suthep are monks, nuns and laypersons. The daily meditation instructions are given in English and Thai.

 

Phu Wiang
Jangwat Khon Kaen

Wat Pah Kanjanabhisek is a socially engaged monastery of the Thai forest tradition located in Phu Wiang, Khon Kaen province, north-east Thailand. It welcomes Thai and international visitors to study and practise the Dhamma.



Chiang Mai

The Northern Insight Meditation Center welcomes all who are willing to learn the Vipassana-Meditation Practice to develop the mind.

See also: http://www.palikanon.com/vipassana/tapotaram/tapotaram.htm

 

Ang Thong
Surat Thani

Hillary Hitt is a student of the now deceased Venerable Buddhist Monk Scholar Ajahn Bhikkhu Buddhadasa. During her stay in Thailand over the last 21 years she has been working on translations of several of the great teacher's Dharma texts. She teaches The Dharma of the Theravada tradition and teaches the Anapanasati (Mindfulness With Breathing) Meditation practice taught at Suan Mokkh, The Garden of Liberation, located in Chaiya, Surat Thani.

Tamboa Huai Pha
Mae Hong Son

The heartfelt wish of everyone at Wat Tam Wua is for all beings to be happy, peaceful, free from enmity and suffering.

Warin Chamrap
Ubon Rachathani

Buddhist forest established by Venerable Ajahn Chah Subhaddo in 1954 so that monks, nuns and laypeople would have a place to study and practice the Teachings of the Buddha under Ajahn Chah's guidance. It aims at helping practitioners realize the end of suffering, and in its teachings focuses on methods such as being content with little, letting go, and putting forth right effort, so that students might attain the Path and the Fruit of practice, and realize Nibbana.