Armenian Church - Singapore or JB
Armenian Church is geographically located at latitude 1° 17' 35" North of the Equator and longitude 103° 50' 57" East of the Prime Meridian on the Map of Singapore. The Armenian Church in Hill Street is credited with being the oldest church in Singapore. Built in 1835 and designed by colonial architect, George Coleman, the church is regarded as Coleman’s masterpiece and is dedicated to St Gregory the Illuminator. It is designated as a national monument. Armenian Church is located at 60 Hill Street Singapore 179366. It is by Hill Street, near Armenian Street, near Canning Rise, near Coleman Street, near Loke Yew Street. The following locations related to it are represented by the shortest path a radio wave would travel and may not be nearest by road.
Grand Plaza Parkroyal is about 0.1km, Grand Park City Hall is about 0.1km, Excelsior Hotel is about 0.1km, Carlton Hotel is about 0.5km, Swissotel The Stamford is about 0.5km. These are places to stay (hotel, service apartment, inn) located near Armenian Church.
Stamford House is about 0.2km, Peninsula Plaza is about 0.2km, Peninsula is about 0.2km, Funan Digital Life Mall is about 0.2km, Capitol is about 0.3km. These are places to shop (shopping mall, shop houses) located near Armenian Church.
Singapore Philatelic Museum is about 0.1km, Asian Civilization Museum is about 0.1km, Civil Defence Heritage Gallery is about 0.1km, Fort Canning Lighthouse is about 0.2km, Fort Canning Cannon is about 0.2km. These are places of interest (attraction) located near Armenian Church.
Lee Kong Chian School of Business is about 0.2km, SMU School of Accountancy is about 0.3km, SMU School of Law is about 0.3km, Singapore Management University is about 0.4km, SMU is about 0.4km. These are places of learning (school, college, university) located near Armenian Church.
Spice Gardens at Fort Canning is about 0.2km, Stamford Green is about 0.4km, Bras Basah Park is about 0.4km, Fort Canning Park is about 0.4km, Padang is about 0.5km. These are parks, playgrounds, open fields or commons located near Armenian Church.