The Religious Monuments of Singapore
- About the Author
This book, which is co-published with the Preservation of Monuments Board, takes a fascinating look into the architecture and history of twenty of Singapore’s treasured religious monuments.
Each monument is rendered in a detailed illustration revealing the building’s interior, and accompanied by an informative outline of its architectural features.
The book also explores the socio-historical foundations of these buildings, detailing the events and people that brought them into existence. From their embryonic stage as a pioneer’s dream to becoming centres of worship and communal life, this book takes you on an informative journey tracing the stories of our religious monuments from their origins to the present day.
Lee Geok Boi was Assistant to the Editor of The Straits Times (executive features writer and executive sub-editor) and adjunct lecturer in Temasek Polytechnic/Visual Communications Diploma course. She has been an editorial consultant since 1989. Geok Boi has authored and edited numerous books on social and corporate histories and cookery.
Cover Type: Hardcover
Page Count: 112
Year Published: 2002