Built up in 1921 by Venerable Sik Zhuan Dao, it was expected to be a place for preparing, to multiply the Dharma, and to offer lodge to ministers, a similar number of who came to Singapore did not have holding up around at that point.
It was worked in the midst of a versatile farm masterminded at Kong Meng San, along these lines came the name of Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery KMSPKS.
It transformed into the essential standard Chinese forest house in Singapore. KMSPKS has grown continuously with the changing scene in its Dharma spread undertakings. We try to be a model of general Buddhist focus point, which manages a culture for the dynamic spread, learning and routine with respect to socially-attracted Dharma, guided by Compassion and Wisdom, for the Enlightenment of all.