The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas

Founded in 1985.

Operating as usual

07/11/2021

Just a friendly reminder that the temple's street food market is coming up in two weeks.
We know you like to eat so bring your stomachs for some traditional Khmer meals and snacks.🤤
Event page: https://fb.me/e/13aa40wYN

Just a friendly reminder that the temple's street food market is coming up in two weeks.
We know you like to eat so bring your stomachs for some traditional Khmer meals and snacks.🤤
Event page: https://fb.me/e/13aa40wYN

Photos from The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas's post 06/06/2021

"No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."
Happy Sunday 🌹🙏

06/02/2021

We had to delete the FB Event Page due to technical difficulties, but the Food market is NOT cancelled. Moving forward, we'll just used the post we're sharing to bring awareness for this event. So please share away!!! Thanks!

In partnership with our cultural group Selepak Khmer Angkor, we would like to introduce our first pop-up street food market!
Proceeds and donations raised will benefit the projects of the temple and our cultural program.
This is a project we would like to do recurring through the year, so please come out and enjoy traditional Cambodian dishes and treats.
Since this is our first one, we will have live music provided by Samaun Band.
The temple expects all visitors to take preventive measures and follow CDC guidelines by practicing social distancing and safe hygiene.
We strongly encourage and recommend visitors to wear masks on our premises. Please stay home if you are feeling sick.
CASH ONLY for food vendors
* Event Page was deleted due to technical difficulties. Please share this post instead with family and friends. Thanks!

06/02/2021

In partnership with our cultural group Selepak Khmer Angkor, we would like to introduce our first pop-up street food market!
Proceeds and donations raised will benefit the projects of the temple and our cultural program.
This is a project we would like to do recurring through the year, so please come out and enjoy traditional Cambodian dishes and treats.
Since this is our first one, we will have live music provided by Samaun Band.
The temple expects all visitors to take preventive measures and follow CDC guidelines by practicing social distancing and safe hygiene.
We strongly encourage and recommend visitors to wear masks on our premises. Please stay home if you are feeling sick.
CASH ONLY for food vendors
* Event Page was deleted due to technical difficulties. Please share this post instead with family and friends. Thanks!

In partnership with our cultural group Selepak Khmer Angkor, we would like to introduce our first pop-up street food market!
Proceeds and donations raised will benefit the projects of the temple and our cultural program.
This is a project we would like to do recurring through the year, so please come out and enjoy traditional Cambodian dishes and treats.
Since this is our first one, we will have live music provided by Samaun Band.
The temple expects all visitors to take preventive measures and follow CDC guidelines by practicing social distancing and safe hygiene.
We strongly encourage and recommend visitors to wear masks on our premises. Please stay home if you are feeling sick.
CASH ONLY for food vendors
* Event Page was deleted due to technical difficulties. Please share this post instead with family and friends. Thanks!

06/02/2021

Hello everyone the Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas are hosting a fundraising event on July 24, and 25 2021 please come over and join us for this great cost and community awareness at the Temple

Hello everyone the Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas are hosting a fundraising event on July 24, and 25 2021 please come over and join us for this great cost and community awareness at the Temple

Photos from The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas's post 04/25/2021

April 26, 2021 is Vesak Day in Cambodia this year.
•Visākha Pūjā (Vesak Bochea)•
It is one of the most important days in Buddhism. On this day the Buddha was born, and 35 years later, achieved enlightenment and in another 45 years, passed away into total nibbana. Happy Buddha Day! 🙏🏼

04/18/2021

🚨 We would like to thank everyone who came out this weekend to celebrate Khmer New Year with us! We had less time to prepare for this event as it was a last minute decision and the amount of attendees exceeded our expectations, so we do apologize for any inconveniences. We hope to see you at our next celebration! Please like and follow our FB page for news and updates. There are exciting things being planned for the rest of the year, and we want YOU to know about it!
Thank you! Suorsdey Chnam Tmey!🙏🏼🇰🇭

🚨 We would like to thank everyone who came out this weekend to celebrate Khmer New Year with us! We had less time to prepare for this event as it was a last minute decision and the amount of attendees exceeded our expectations, so we do apologize for any inconveniences. We hope to see you at our next celebration! Please like and follow our FB page for news and updates. There are exciting things being planned for the rest of the year, and we want YOU to know about it!
Thank you! Suorsdey Chnam Tmey!🙏🏼🇰🇭

04/14/2021

🚨PLEASE READ🚨
As the celebration is near, we want to ensure that the weekend is not only fun but safe for all visitors. We would like to remind you that this is a Buddhist Temple so we ask you to be respectful with the property. Here are some tips/rules that we hope you find helpful:
•The temple expects all visitors to take preventive measures and follow CDC guidelines by PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING AND WEARING MASKS. Please stay home if you are feeling sick.
• The temple is a place of worship for Cambodian Buddhists, please do NOT sit or climb on any structures or statues as they are considered sacred in our culture.
• Take off hats/shoes before entering a building
• Do NOT touch the monks!
• keep all pets on leashes, the temple is not responsible if anything happens to your pet
• keep trash where they belong: in the trash bins
• the temple does condemn the use of alcohol, drugs and weapons. If you do partake in drinking, please be responsible and aware of your surroundings!!!
• if you suspect any suspicious activity, please report them to an on duty officer
• no ATM on site so bring cash if you plan on buying from vendors
Again, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us.

🚨PLEASE READ🚨
As the celebration is near, we want to ensure that the weekend is not only fun but safe for all visitors. We would like to remind you that this is a Buddhist Temple so we ask you to be respectful with the property. Here are some tips/rules that we hope you find helpful:
•The temple expects all visitors to take preventive measures and follow CDC guidelines by PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING AND WEARING MASKS. Please stay home if you are feeling sick.
• The temple is a place of worship for Cambodian Buddhists, please do NOT sit or climb on any structures or statues as they are considered sacred in our culture.
• Take off hats/shoes before entering a building
• Do NOT touch the monks!
• keep all pets on leashes, the temple is not responsible if anything happens to your pet
• keep trash where they belong: in the trash bins
• the temple does condemn the use of alcohol, drugs and weapons. If you do partake in drinking, please be responsible and aware of your surroundings!!!
• if you suspect any suspicious activity, please report them to an on duty officer
• no ATM on site so bring cash if you plan on buying from vendors
Again, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us.

Photos from The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas's post 04/06/2021

We wanted to send a reminder that our KNY celebration is coming up in two weeks on the weekend of April 16-18. All visitors are expected to wear a mask except when eating or may be briefly taken off when taking photos. Please also maintain recommended social distancing. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments below. We have provided a flyer in Khmer and English. Due to Covid-19, there may be changes in the events that are planned for each day. There are indeed food/merchandise vendors and live music for our guests. Let's cooperate and make this celebration safe for our resident monks, nuns, elderly members, and all other attendees.

03/10/2021

The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas anticipates being open the weekend of April 16, 17, & 18, 2021 for Khmer New Year. On these three days, the public can come in for merit making, alms-giving, and blessings. This was a short-noticed decision so we are still trying to get vendors and live entertainment for our visitors, if possible. We HIGHLY recommend all guests to continue wearing masks on our premises and to continue social distancing. We will be notifying of any updates or changes on our page. We've provided a flyer in Khmer in the comment section.

Donations are still being accepted in-person or by U.S. mail:
To send checks, please make payable to The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas and send them to 5701 Crystal Lake Blvd. Dallas, TX 75236

Thanks for your continued support.

The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas anticipates being open the weekend of April 16, 17, & 18, 2021 for Khmer New Year. On these three days, the public can come in for merit making, alms-giving, and blessings. This was a short-noticed decision so we are still trying to get vendors and live entertainment for our visitors, if possible. We HIGHLY recommend all guests to continue wearing masks on our premises and to continue social distancing. We will be notifying of any updates or changes on our page. We've provided a flyer in Khmer in the comment section.

Donations are still being accepted in-person or by U.S. mail:
To send checks, please make payable to The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas and send them to 5701 Crystal Lake Blvd. Dallas, TX 75236

Thanks for your continued support.

Photos from Selepak Khmer Angkor's post 02/22/2021

Now you know!

02/15/2021

Video taken by our resident monk yesterday.

01/28/2021

🕯️Today is Meak Bochea (Māgha Pūjā)
This Buddhist holiday commemorates the last sermon given by Buddha in which he spoke about the "heart of Buddhism" in three principles: ceasing from all evil, doing only what is good, and cleansing the mind.
The group that assembled that day to hear the sermon are sometimes called the “Fourfold Assembly” because of four factors that were in place:
•the 1,250 listeners were all “enlightened ones” •they were all ordained by Buddha himself
•according to the tradition, they came without being summoned
•it was a full moon in the month of Magha

🕯️Today is Meak Bochea (Māgha Pūjā)
This Buddhist holiday commemorates the last sermon given by Buddha in which he spoke about the "heart of Buddhism" in three principles: ceasing from all evil, doing only what is good, and cleansing the mind.
The group that assembled that day to hear the sermon are sometimes called the “Fourfold Assembly” because of four factors that were in place:
•the 1,250 listeners were all “enlightened ones” •they were all ordained by Buddha himself
•according to the tradition, they came without being summoned
•it was a full moon in the month of Magha

01/28/2021

Happy 36th anniversary of establishment The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas 🙏🏼

Happy 36th anniversary of establishment The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas 🙏🏼

01/11/2021

We got some snow coverage earlier today ❄️

12/24/2020

Happy Holidays from our family to yours. Wishing everyone a safe and wonderful holiday season! We truly miss seeing all of our students, parents, and volunteers' faces every week. We hope to be able to come together again in the near future. 🙏🏼

10/04/2020

Bonn Kathin at The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas will be October 10-11, 2020. Masks are required and safe hygiene/social distancing rules are in place for those who choose to participate.
See bottom of flyer on how you can still make a donation if you cannot be there. Thank you!
We have posted the flyer in Khmer in the comment section.

Bonn Kathin at The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas will be October 10-11, 2020. Masks are required and safe hygiene/social distancing rules are in place for those who choose to participate.
See bottom of flyer on how you can still make a donation if you cannot be there. Thank you!
We have posted the flyer in Khmer in the comment section.

Photos from Selepak Khmer Angkor's post 09/19/2020

Photos from Selepak Khmer Angkor's post

09/13/2020

Hello, hope all is well. The Pchum Ben weekend will be on September 19-20, 2020. Due to COVID, only the Buddhist ceremonies will still occur. We also have received questions on how donations to the temple are being accepted since our major festivals have been cancelled. Please refer to the bottom of the photo to see how you can contribute. The temple relies on donations to help pay bills, utilities, and maintenance for the year. With the cancellation of our major events, we haven't been raising as much money as we use to. However, we want to thank those who have been supporting us through these past months and we really appreciate the help. If you decide to join us for the ceremonies during Pchum Ben weekend, we want to remind everyone to please practice social distancing, safe hygiene, and wear a mask. Ceremony for both days begins at 9:00 A.M.
Thank you,
CBTofDallas Committee

Hello, hope all is well. The Pchum Ben weekend will be on September 19-20, 2020. Due to COVID, only the Buddhist ceremonies will still occur. We also have received questions on how donations to the temple are being accepted since our major festivals have been cancelled. Please refer to the bottom of the photo to see how you can contribute. The temple relies on donations to help pay bills, utilities, and maintenance for the year. With the cancellation of our major events, we haven't been raising as much money as we use to. However, we want to thank those who have been supporting us through these past months and we really appreciate the help. If you decide to join us for the ceremonies during Pchum Ben weekend, we want to remind everyone to please practice social distancing, safe hygiene, and wear a mask. Ceremony for both days begins at 9:00 A.M.
Thank you,
CBTofDallas Committee

07/31/2020

SKA performance-DFW Dragon Boat Festival 2018

07/30/2020

Robam Pong Savada Khmer-Dallas Asian Festival 2018

Photos from Selepak Khmer Angkor's post 07/28/2020

Photos from Selepak Khmer Angkor's post

07/26/2020

Robam Choun Por-WatBuddhaRaksmey Rosharon, TX 2018

07/26/2020

Robam Sovan Macha-Khmer New Year 2017

07/25/2020

Robam Preap Santepheap-Dallas Asian Festival 2018

07/25/2020

Robam Raksmey Doung Chan-Pchum Ben 2016

07/22/2020

Robam Nesat-Pchum Ben 2016

07/21/2020

Robam Meh Ambao-KNY 2015

07/20/2020

Robam Choun Por-Bonn Kathin 2015

07/20/2020

Robam Bopha Lokey-Pchum Ben 2015

Photos from The Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas's post 07/13/2020

*Still in construction.
Buddha statues have been finally placed in their spots for the future garden. Can't wait to reveal this peaceful walkway.

Timeline Photos 07/10/2020

Timeline Photos

We have come a long way.

05/06/2020

Today is Vesak Day.
•Visākha Pūjā (Vesak Bochea)•
It is one of the most important days in Buddhism. On this day the Buddha was born, and 35 years later, achieved enlightenment and in another 45 years, passed away into total nibbana.

04/10/2020

សួស្តីឆ្នាំថ្មី! HAPPY KHMER NEW YEAR. The Year of the Rat.
Although we aren't celebrating together, we still want to wish everyone happiness, prosperity, and most of all, good health in the new year.
The 2020 New Year angel is Koreak Tevy and she arrives from the heavens to Earth on Monday April 13 at 8:48 P.M. Cambodia time. Koreak Tevy wears an aromatic flower Ankeabos tucked behind her ear and pearls around her neck. She drinks oil and carries a sword in her right hand and a cane in her left. Koreak Tevy rides a tiger.*

*The animal that the New Year angel rides does not represent the zodiac animal. These are two different entities.

Art by: Udom Phlong

03/16/2020

🚨PLEASE READ🚨

Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID 19) disease around the world and City of Dallas' mandatory ban on large gatherings, the Cambodian Buddhist Temple of Dallas is taking action to ensure compliance. We have decided to CANCEL the Khmer New Year celebration scheduled on April 10-12, 2020 and postpone until further noticed to protect the safety of our members and community and do what we can to help minimize the outbreak of the Coronavirus. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. The Temple will still be open for blessings but we do ask everyone to continue practicing good and recommended hygiene the CDC has given everyone.
Regardless, we wish you a happiest Khmer New Year and thank you for the continued support.

any questions please give Mr.T a call @214-718-4924

Best regards;
Sothy T Nhem, and CBTofDallas Committee

Videos (show all)

Bonn Pka Prak-Sunday 08/11/2019
Bonn Pka Prak - Flower festival yesterday August 11, 2019
Selepak Khmer Angkor/Surviving Bokator fundraiser night. Thank you to all who came! 🙏

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