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Cambodian (Khmer) Culture Pride
We are CAMBODIAN ( KHMER). Throughout Cambodia's long history, religion has been a major source of cultural inspiration. Over nearly two millennia, Cambodians have developed a unique Khmer belief from the syncreticism of indigenous animistic beliefs and the Indian religions of Buddhism and Hinduism. Indian culture and civilization, including its languages and arts reached mainland Southeast Asia around the 1st century AD. It is generally believed that seafaring merchants brought Indian customs and culture to ports along the Gulf of Thailand and the Pacific en route to trade with China. The Kingdom of Funan was most probably the first Khmer state to benefit from this influx of Indian ideas. Here at Wat Khmer Trigoda Temple, we still practice our rich tradition daily, join us!
Take a walk of FAITH without reservation! But when you are here you will be in a treat of a life time at Wat Khmer Trigoda Temple.
A Buddhist temple is the place of worship for Buddhists, but all welcome not just to the followers of Buddhism but those seeking peace and honomy in life or daily cause. Come and see the construction of our brand new two stories pagoda with underground parking. Temples in Buddhism represent the pure land or pure environment of a Buddha. Traditional Buddhist temples are designed to inspire inner and outer peace. Its structure and architecture varies from region to region. Usually, the temple consists not only of its buildings, but also the surrounding environment. The Buddhist temples are designed to symbolize 5 elements: Fire, Air, Earth, Water, and Wisdom.
We love to meet and great you, so feel free to stop by and join us in this peace and holy place for a rich Khmer cultural pride experiences and learn the way of the Buddha teaching in Buddhism.
1720 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90026, United States
Wat Khmer Trigoda Temple open 7 days a week.
Special event/service/MONK availability please call first