21 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Wonderful Architectures for Prayers

Singapore may be a small country, but it’s packed with many wonderful wonders, some natural and others made by man’s ingenuity. Indeed, the buildings in the country are so impressive any citizen can’t help but feel proud just for living here. Here are two prime structures you can visit anytime. Feel free to stroll through these sites and bask in its wonder:

St. Andrew’s Cathedral


Established in 1861 and located in St. Andrew’s Road, this church has been proclaimed as a national monument for being the first and largest Anglican Church in the country. The church was planned by Colonel Ronald McPherson. Outside, you will appreciate the regal facade. Upon entering the church, you will see the curved entrance and the stained glass window panels.

Sri Mariamman Temple


The Sri Mariamman Temple is located in South Bridge Road, and one of the country’s few remaining structures featuring the Dravidian style. As our first Hindu temple, it has also been proclaimed a national monument. The temple is known for hosting celebrations like Thimithi and weddings.

For more modern architectural wonders, head to and be amazed by Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Sands SkyPark, the Helix Bridge and Resorts World Sentosa. These places will give you world class entertainment, shopping, arts appreciation and the best food experience. If you want to witness live concerts or performances, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay will surely entertain you. Of course, these are just but a sample of our country’s wonderful structures.

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