Armenians in Singapore

Armenians in Singapore

Armenia's difficult physical conditions saw enterprising merchants move abroad from the 19th century, many landing in Asia, including a few in Singapo.
The Armenians, at their height in numbered no more than 100 families, making it one of the smaller ethnic communities established in Singapore.
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Singapore's best attractions for families. Publisher: Suntree Media Pte Ltd. The church hall sits on a unique circular plan. Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. The Strait Times , p. I asked the hotel staff where the Armenian church was and to amazement they were all excited to meet an Armenian. Armenian Street Sketchwalk (11 Aug 2012) Re-upload Armenians in Singapore
Instead, the Armenians held a religious. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Boat tours of the Singapore River. A rich, native Armenians in Singapore style arose from the eight century AD. Thian Hock Keng Temple. Civil Defence Heritage Gallery. Nevertheless, during the Feast of the Epiphanythe flags of Singapore and the Republic of Armenia are still raised at the Armenian church.