St Andrew's Cathedral

Loves: The serenity and peace of this national monument in the city centre. 

Our Advice: Services are open to the public and held mostly on Sundays, with various languages available (more details in the website).

The hallowed halls of the St. Andrew’s Cathedral resonate with a sense of quiet and peace that can be hard to find in our ever-busy lives. Singapore’s largest cathedral offers a peek into the architecture and heritage of the colonial era. An interesting tidbit about this holy church is that it was used as a make-shift hospital during World War II.


The towering white cathedrals allows everyone to enter its chambers and take a trip through memory lane, in the form of memorial and decorations. Do not miss the stained glass windows in the apse, dedicated to the founders and architects of modern Singapore.   

Address: 11 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178959

District: Downtown Core, Central

By MRT

- Alight at City Hall MRT Station (NS25 / EW13) and take Exit B or D

Estimated walking distance: 20m


Operating Hours: 9am to 5pm daily
Recommended Duration: 1 hour
Fees: Free

Tel: +65 6337 6104
Fax: +65 6337 6107
Email: info@cathedral.org.sg
Website: http://cathedral.org.sg/

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