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The first thing that strikes one about this attraction is the stunning architecture. We took advantage of one of the free guided tours to gain the maximum information about this beautiful building so sensitively modernised and adapted. It retains many original features and the architectural...More
City Hall Building, with its definitive Corinthian colonnade and flight of steps before it - together with the adjacent Old Supreme Court Building (with its iconic Dome), in 2015, has been converted into the National Gallery Singapore.
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For the architecture, history and culture lovers must see Singapore City Hall buildings. You can explore history and culture tour at former Singapore Supreme Court and City Hall Building with either English speaking or Mandrain Speaking Tour.
City Hall is a Singaporean national monument, gazetted in 1992. It was built between 1926 and 1929 and was originally called the Municipal Building, until 1951 when Singapore was granted city status by King George VI.
A flight of stairs takes visitors from the Corinthian...More