The elegant City Hall which sits adjacently to the Supreme Court is distinguished known for its Corinthian pillars and the huge flights of steps beneath. A building with great memories.

City Hall has witnessed many great history events such as the Surrender of Japan to the British and Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew's declaration of Singapore's Independence in 1965. Constructed in 1939, it is now host to the President, the Prime Minister, Cabinet Ministers and Members of Parliament during the annual National Day Parade.

A classic design with spacious interiors featuring murals by Italian artist, Cavalieri Rodolfo Nolli, City Hall building makes it one of the finest buildings ever built during the British Rule of Singapore.

A favourite photo location, to remind ourselves of our colonial past.

Written by:
Farhana Selamat