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Meditation and Healing retreat with Lama Rinchen Phuntsok August 11-13 2012 in Huahin

Saturday August 11 – Monday August 13 (long-weekend public holiday)
(the retreat registration form is below)

“Meditation and healing” retreat in Huahin (3 hours south of Bangkok), accommodation will be provided in few cottages and tents.

Retreat fees: Baht500 per person (all meals and place to sleep included)

Retreat starts on Saturday day time and ends on Monday afternoon, it will be helpful if you can manage to get there by yourself but if cannot then we can try to put you on some of other participants’ car if available (you might be required to help pay for some gasoline).

About Lama Rinchen Phuntsok

The Venerable Lama Rinchen Phuntsok is a skillful teacher with a light and joyful manner. He is a scholar and meditation master of the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. Born in Tibet, Lama Rinchen began receiving instruction in the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism at the age of six in Tsasum Chokhorling Monastery in Tibet. After he left Tibet in 1958, he studied at Young Lama’s Home School in Dalhousie, The Buddhist Monastic School in Rewalsar, Nyingmapa Lama’s College in Dehra-Dun, and Zongdog Palri Monastery in Kalimpong. Lama Rinchen graduated from Sanskrit University in Varanasi India where he completed advanced studies in Sutrayana Buddhist philosophy and scriptures, commentaries, logic, literature, history, and the major sciences of the Tibetan curriculum.

For many years Lama Rinchen was in charge of Zangdog Palri Monastery in India and also Urgyen Dongag, Choling Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal. In 1980, His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche asked him to come to the United States to teach in his New York center where Lama Rinchen was director and resident Lama for four years. Since then he has lectured widely throughout the United States and Europe at centers, colleges, and universities. (…)
For more information please check http://dongakcholing.org/LamaRinchen.html


Location: Rai rak thamma-chat west of Huahin downtown about 45 minutes by public bus. If you are coming from Huahin town, take public transport (a truck with roof on the back) to Pa-la-oo waterfall and on the way you’ll see Tibetan temple on the left side, about 500 meters past that on the right side is the outer entrance to the retreat center area, come inside until you meet us.


  • The above costs do not include transportation cost from Bangkok to Huahin and back.
  • In the case where there are not enough cabins for everyone then accommodation will be provided in tents. So if you can bring tents for yourself and others, please let us know, we might need to borrow them.

Overseas participants:
If you’ll be coming to this retreat from overseas then please contact us and let us know your travel plans so we can assist you properly.


For more information please contact 081-9855564

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