Saint Andrew's Cathedral is the country's largest cathedral and an Anglican cathedral in Singapore. It is near City Hall, MRT Interchange in the Downtown Core, within the Central Area in Singapore's central business district.
It is the Cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of Singapore and the mother church of her 27 wards and more than 55 assemblies. The logo of the Cathedral is the St Andrew's cross.
A part of land between Hill Street and North Bridge Road was at first designated by Sir Stamford Raffles in his Town Plan of 1822 for the sitting of an Anglican church, which is currently perceive as the national landmark of Singapore. Singapore's biggest house of prayer is a stellar case of colonial time design and legacy.