- Sun, Nov 12, 2017 08:00 AM
30B Philip Street
Latitude: 1.28427, Longitude: 103.85
Well known for its richly ornamented roof, vibrant wall reliefs and frescoes outside and within its wall, the Yueh Hai Ching temple built in the 1820s has been faithfully restored to articulate details showing deep respect for the monument's architectural roots. At every turn, this stunning restoration demonstrates thoughtful choices informed by extensive archival research and technical consultation with local and overseas architectural experts and temple craftsmen. The restoration project received the 2014 Architectural Heritage Award and the Award of Merit in the 2014 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Award. Conducted by The Ngee Ann Kongsi. Meet at the main entrance at 1.45pm. Address: 30B Phillip Street, Singapore 048696 Nearest MRT Station: Raffles Place Registration opens on 5 November 2017 at 2pm. Click here to watch a special video on Yueh Hai Ching.