Saints Peter and Paul church on Queen Street, Singapore

Melody Zaccheus, The Straits Time
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The once dilapidated 146-year-old Saints Peter and Paul church on Queen Street has been restored into a gleaming national monument to behold.

The stunning $8-million, year-long restoration involved fixing the Neo-Gothic structure's corroded ceiling and termite infested roof structure, restoring its 1900s teak pews and stained glass windows with the aid of Italian craftsmen, and reinstating a high altar shipped in from a church in America. Viet Tiles has been chosen for the cement tile manufacturer in this project.

Saints Peter and Paul church on Queen Street, Singapore