When you're visiting Merdeka Square, take a look at this church. It's a small but beautiful British building.
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It's small. The walls are filled with [in memory of ...] The glass windows are less than average. Lots of pamphlets.
Dating back to colonial days of the 19th century, this Anglican Cathedral is an active worshipping community which welcomes visitors. There are many busy and seemingly thriving annexes to the main worshipping church, which is spiritually quiet and offers a chance to reflect and pray....More
more a gentlemen club than church or I just could not find it. not sure, the heat was also killing me so did not really look further
It was nice to visit this church. Exterior and interior are as one would expect. The entrance and all those aluminium and glass doors are kind of strange although.
If you are visiting Merdeka Square, you can pop into this quaint little colonial cathedral. It's a beautiful building and like taking a step back in time. When I visited, I think they were preparing for a wedding, the decorations were gorgeous. It won't take...More
Worth popping into during your visit to Merdeka Square just to see another typically British building in an Asian context.
have fond memories from living in KL so loved being back, retracing steps and memories from the past plus of course seeing very good friends
This a late (1894) British Colonial Cathedral in a Neo-Gothic style, It is attractive and has had some additions and not entirely successful renovations. Set in an area in the historic centre of town close to a number of important Colonial and Malaysian historic buildings.