Her conviction and determination in working for the highest benefits of Buddhism and humanity have also been recognized many international institutions.
In 2007, in the Outstanding Women in Buddhism Awards ceremony held at the United Nations Conference Centre Bangkok, she was honored as the Greatest Mahayana Bhiksuni of Thailand.
In 2007, she also received the Dharmic Integrator of the Southeast Asian Regional Award at Malaya University, Malaysia.
In 2007, she was invited to deliver a speech at the 1st International Congress of Buddhist Women’s Role in the Sangha: Bhiksuni Vinaya and Ordination Lineages at University of Hamburg, Germany.
She was also honored as a Guru at the Guru Poornima Celebration in Chennai, India.
In 2007, she received the veneration as a Guru (who gives guidance and inspiration to all students to practice in the path of the noble ones) by the Indian community at the Guru Purnima Celebration in Chennai, India.
In 2015, she was bestowed by His Holiness the Supreme Patriarch of the Kingdom of Cambodia the insignia at Wat Botum Watey Reacheveraram, Phnom Penh on 8th March 2015.
In 2016, she was bestowed by the Chinese Buddhist Bhikkhuni Association of Taiwan, the 1st Global Bhikkhuni Awards, as the most senior Thai Bhiksuni and for her contributions to the development of Mahayana Buddhism in Thailand; development of Thailand’s Bhiksuni Sangha; and countless deeds that have been cultivated unto the development of Buddhist society and humanity. In addition to being bestowed with an award, Most Venerable Dr. Shi Kuang Seng was selected and invited to deliver a speech in order to encourage young Bhiksunis to devote all efforts to work for Buddhist community. The ceremony was held on 19th November, 2016 at Jhong Jheng Stadium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.