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St Andrew’s Cathedral is one of Singapore’s most treasured works of architecture. Gazetted as a national monument on 1973, you’ll stand in awe at its majestic facade, with extended pinnacles and a glossy white exterior. Take a coffee break and enjoy...more
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An oasis in a busy city to see the Christian faith worked out in practice. A quiet and contemplative space for ALL who want somewhere to rest. Much to see and look at . The posters about the personnel in World War 2 were thought...More
Was surprised to find an Anglican cathedral in this fabulous city, it is quiet, cool and peaceful but didn’t feel particularly welcome, maybe it would have been different if we’d attended a church service. It was lovely to sit quietly and enjoy the peace though....More
From afar the sight of the imposing tower and spire of the oldest Cathedral in Singapore will always capture one’s attention . We decided to attend the contemporary worship service 11:00 am Sunday. We were greeted by the sight of people congregating outside and inside...More
The imposing tower and spire of the Cathedral makes it a stand-out landmark in the Civic District. It is Singapore’s largest cathedral and the oldest Anglican house of worship in the country. The building dates to 1856 and was gazette a National Monument in 1973....More
St Andrews Cathedral is centrally located in Singapore city not far from Raffles City Mall. It is an Anglican cathedral and the largest in Singapore. It was opened over one hundred and fifty years ago.
The setting is in lovely manicured lawns. It is painted...More
St Andrew’s Cathedral is the oldest church in Singapore located in Civil District near City Hall MRT station. Beautiful architecture, big courtyard with tress and multi colored glass windows. This place of worship is filled with objects & pictures that represents its history.
This is a lovely white building with an interior of blue and white, with stained glass windows. It is a very large cathedral, and I was told it was the largest Anglican cathedral in Asia. There are large lawns surrounding the building, and I saw...More
Very near to the Museums & not far from Raffles, worth a visit and the people here extremely friendly they were getting ready for a big Wedding and were busy decorating the Church it looked beautiful against the white backdrop.