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St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore

Categories: Churches, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Tall, elegant spires and a long, grand nave lined with white arches await you at St. Andrew's Cathedral. This Neo-Gothic, Anglican cathedral is the country's largest, originally built in 1836. The cathedral was twice rebuilt in its history, the second time due to irreparable damage after being twice hit by lightning. The cathedral is home to three large, stained-glass installations that stand out against the stark overall whiteness. Free, guided tours are offered when services are not in session; during these tours volunteers delve into the cathedral's rich history and intricacies. See St. Andrew's Cathedral and all Singapore has to offer by arranging your trip with our Singapore travel itinerary planner.
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  • Is hard to understand, but on the right side of the entrance to the MRT underground can be said from the back of the Church on the way. Like going behind the wall once. Last came to this church is more than 10 years ago with my family first came to Singapore when the Church itself has not changed. Last time I went into, this time in the midst of the wedding only from the outside was just. Time lived in Singapore and then often went here before a deep emotion.
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  • Situated in the centre of Singapore, standing on a grassed lawn the church, built in the 1800's, stands out from the modern skyscrapers and is a constant reminder of the colonisation of Singapore. Whi...  read more »
  • Site is very large and the park looks like, but in the parking lot was like; Spires are even spinning around I and took a while to get and is surrounded by fences and entrance is limited so surprising. Early morning because the door was closed.
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  • A grand old dame. Set in the city centre complete with open spaces, beautiful trees. This is the place to visit if one wants quiet moment. Pray in the chapel. There's a nice visitors centre with history and information about the chapel. A wonderful bit of Singapore history.
  • Very nice church and great park view. Close to citi hall mrt and funan store.
  • Grand architecture on the outside, but not too much on the inside. Entrance is through the sides. Cathedral is large, but it can be skipped if you're looking for something like in Europe
  • Must visit church. Nice workshop. Good location
  • Impressive cathedral. Apparently, it's the largest one of its kind in Singapore.
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