Pilgrimages to the keramat on Kusu Island have been going on since the mid-19th century.
Read about the painstaking process behind the restoration of the statues in St Joseph’s Church.
Christian POWs interned during the Japanese Occupation found ingenious ways to worship. Gracie Lee looks at a book documenting these makeshift churches in war-torn Singapore.
Was Madras chunam used inside St Andrew’s Cathedral? Maybe not, says Yeo Kang Shua, who has carefully examined the layers of plaster on its interior walls.
Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore’s oldest Hindu shrine. Anasuya Soundararajan and Sri Asrina Tanuri describe the architectural features of this landmark.
Who was the architect behind Singapore’s Kranji War Cemetery and other similar memorials in South and Southeast Asia? Athanasios Tsakonas has the story.
What is the truth behind the German girl shrine on Pulau Ubin? William L. Gibson investigates the history of Pulau Ubin to uncover the origin of the tale.