A very unique place, Singapore is a multi-ethnic country, there are Chinese and Malays. Indians and other people of different ethnic groups live peacefully here. It is an open and tolerant country, which is very good.
Very beautiful building, not very big but very unique creativity to make people very impressed. Also because of this. Also attracted many tourists to take pictures by electronic door
It’s a very beautiful building. It may be a matter of time. I can’t see many believers coming in and out, but although the church is not big, the exterior structure looks very distinctive and attracts many people to stop and take pictures
After a serious visit, I learned that this Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church (Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church) is the oldest church in the Chinese Annual Council of the Methodist Church in Singapore. It was born in 1889. Today's Singapore Methodist Church is a building built between 1924 and 1925. Its basic design is Western style: a rectangular building with colonnades on both sides. On the flat roof in front of the chapel, the architect added a four-sided ventilated attic with slightly stilted corners of the roof, just like the cornices of traditional Chinese buildings. This makes the church buildings that originally had the ancient Roman style more charming in China, and also aroused the general sense of identity among overseas Chinese.
The church foundered by Dr Bejamin West who arrived in Singapore in 1889 and started services for Christian Chinese around the Talek Ater region. The first formal church was a wood and iron affair bu...
Situated just off Telok Ayer is this Chinese methodist church painted white ,it doesn't have special appareance but caters to Chinese methodist community