This very modern cathedral does not have much character, except the organ looks older. If you are passing, worth popping in, but just for a look.
About St Andrew's Cathedral
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This is hardly a cathedral and better from the outside. Not spiritual, very noisy with leaf blowers and builders, not beautiful at all. Full of noisy Chattering locals .don't bother going in . There are so many amazing cathedrals to be seen in England and...More
I usually love seeing the cathedrals in every city I travel to. So, I sought this cathedral out during a recent Singapore visit. During this trip, I saw many other Chinese temples and Indian places of worship also, I loved them all. This places, to...More
We needed to get out of the Singapore heat and humidity. A placard invited us to the St Andrew’s Cathedral café. The café occupies a large space. Its air conditioned, modernised and nicely painted. It’s so peaceful. The staff are plentiful, very friendly and helpful....More
The cathedral, located in the middle of a rather large park, looks absolutely beautiful from the outside. However, trying to enter it during its supposed opening time was futile. So instead, we admired the place's exteriors, which were lovely.
A historic church in the heart of Singapore, built by convicts during the British colonial days of old. It is beautiful, stately and majestic, sited in the prime central district. Today a huge underground train station is to be found beneath the church. It is...More
We were lucky enough to attend a Sunday service (one of about 10 that day). We were made VERY welcome. The singing was great, the organ was tremendous, the fellowship was overwhelming. A true place of God on earth.
My wife and I visited the cathedral. It is a large beautiful structure in the middle of that bustling city. The windows and altars were beautiful, the basic white structure could use a little tlc. It is looking a little tattered in places. It is...More