St Andrews Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Singapore, the country's largest cathedral. It is located near City Hall MRT Interchange. Designed by Colonel Ronald MacPherson in 1856, it replaced the original church which was destroyed by two lightning strikes in 1845 and 1849
The Cathedral expresses its affiliation with the Anglican Communion in England through three symbolic objects, Canterbury Stone, Coventry Cross and the Coronation Carpet that was used for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey.
The Visitors Centre at the South Transept showcases a collection of artifacts, pictures and a video of the Cathedral's history. This Cathedral is singapore's oldest Anglican cathedral.
Guided tours around this Anglican cathedral are also available.
Visitors are advised to dress conservatively as this is a place of worship.
Take the MRT to City Hall stations and take Exit B and walk towards the cathedral. The cathedral is directly above the station.
Daily : during normal hours
Coleman Street Singapore 179802