At the heart of the city lies the beautiful St. Andrew's Cathedral and the former Empress Palace building. These were among many 19th century buildings that were designed an built by an invisible and invincible force - early colonial engineers and convict labourers.
Who were these people and how did they come to be part of these building projects? Find out more about the people responsible for the landscape built in the 19th century Singapore and still appreciated by us today. Our thanks to the National Heritage Board for arranging a guide to give us this 'Hidden Hands' tour.
Please book through the website or send booking slips and cheques made payable to 'British Association of Singapore' to the office. For more information contact Gwen on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 94858444.