The sculptures are beautiful. This small open air church looks like time pasted it my. It's beautiful, while I was there a lady was playing the piano. It was nice.
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No matter what your religion is, or even none at all, I recommend a visit to the church if you are walking past - either for a few minutes of peace and quiet, or to learn about the history of Armenians in Singapore. (And it...More
This is the second time I have just dropped into this church as a tourist on my way somewhere else and I recommend to do the same if you are passing by. It is so peaceful. I love the statutes around the church which just...More
Nestled among the modern buildings, this small white spired church is worth a look if you're nearby, as it not only stands as a testimony to the Armenians who built it and worshiped here, but also to their faithful devotion.
Built in 1835 this is the oldest church in Singapore. It is a delightful quiet church with quaint architecture - being an essentially round building. Many of the inscriptions are in Armenian. There is a photograph of Lee Kwan Yu visiting the church on display...More
Armenian Church of St. Gregory is the oldest Church in Singapore built in 1835 and celebrating its 180th Anniversary. Set in the heart of the city amidst lush gardens, it is a historical landmark and National Monument of Singapore. The first electric light and fans...More