Not far from our hotel, Praise Plaza is one of Singapore's historic buildings. It was originally the Catholic St. Infant's Monastery and the Goodwell House. It is also one of the few remaining convents in the world. Every corner of the Gothic church is like being in Europe. ~
Praise Square has a white church with a picture of fried chicken. It was originally thought that there will be a lot of people in the summer season, but it is also good, spiral staircase. Arches and promenades are good places to make a film! There are also many restaurants and bars in Praise Plaza, which can be played for a long time [squeezing eyes]
30 Victoria Street Chijmes
Singapore | Praise Square | The most pure church | The original long
located in Victoria Street, the praise church
is one of the world's few convents
here is also important in Singapore One of the historical monuments
has evolved over generations, eventually renovating into a church
fusion of modernity and a variety of neo-Gaudic classical architecture
, showing the blend of modern and old-century Bih
The church-constructed CHIJMES hall
frequent performance musicals, soloists and other plays
also form a community here
church backyard also has a huge food court
walk visible Restaurants from different countries
17 years, the 50 best restaurants in Asia are also here.
The red face powder that likes food and beauty can be played here
It is said that this is also the "golden romance" The location of the map! ! !
Address: 30 Victoria street
Praise Place is located on Victoria Street, originally a church, and later became a girls' school, and was eventually renovated into a church. It has evolved over generations, blending modernity with five new Gothic-style buildings.
Its old-century style, this white church is born with a special flavor. The facade of the orthodox Gothic building is decorated with beautiful multicolored glass. The front yard is designed with artificial waterfalls and fountains. It is the oldest free stop to visit.
Praise Square is the monastery of the Holy Baby Jesus, adjacent to the Raffles Hotel, full of London's Covent Garden idyllic atmosphere, is one of Singapore's important historical monuments. Dining, shopping and entertainment are available nearby. The Chijmes Hall, rebuilt by the church, often performs musicals, soloists and other plays.
As one of the few remaining convents in the world, the beautiful Gothic architecture has attracted a large number of photographers.
Arrival: Take MRT to EW13/NS25 and get off
open time: all day
Praise Square Chijmes was originally a Catholic girls' school and is now a church + dining and entertainment venue. The building retains the plaster decorative pattern, stained glass and murals. The style is classical and fresh, and the photos are beautiful. It is regarded as a photo of the net red, which is a good place to take wedding photos. The public areas of the church are open to the public free of charge.
Photo Raiders: Girls can wear a small dress and bring a white veil to take a simple wedding photo. White church background, you can also wear bright clothes, compare colors. Couples can also come to travel.
Chijmes has a functioning history of over a century and began its life as a religious circle. After a great deal of reclamation work led throughout the years, it has now been changed over in to a shopping road for individuals who visit the area. You should incorporate Chijmes as a basic piece of your Singapore visits. As this building has an assortment of eateries that serve cooking styles from around the world, you can have the correct sustenance for your tastes. Along these lines, you can shop, eat and appreciate the excellence of this astonishing building in the meantime.
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