The first look of the white monument gave us a pure feeling much before we entered the place. We have learned the history of the church from the locals and found it to be pretty vast and quite intriguing as well.
The calmest area in the church was the Garden. It was built in the memory of great Armenians who lost their lives. As per the historical texts, tombstones were brought from Bukit Timah Cemetery in 1970s by Leon Palian. A petite sanctuary is built here to mark the socio economic ties of Singapore.
The sun was about to set, and we had to leave the place and plan the next day with some destination filled with fun. We took a local transport to our hotel, and on the way we discussed how serene the day was well spent.