Then we went to Praise Square across the street corner, which is one of the few monasteries in the world and a historic monument in Singapore. The tall monastery did not open, and it was very quiet in the quiet morning. Apart from the houses around Langfang, there are also sunken squares around it. Internet users have seen that this is the most beautiful dining place in Singapore. We can only watch the outside view of the building by the abbey, and many Chinese and Western restaurants around are closed doors and windows. It's also a cold scene. Every day before 9 o'clock in the morning, Singapore still seems to wake up, but after 9 o'clock in the evening, the prosperity and noise are still going on. This is a country with a little lag.
Outside is a white cathedral, inside there are green trees and green spaces, there are bars and restaurants on the lawn, the night lights are particularly beautiful. On the other side of the street are Japanese cuisine. There are many choices to eat. At night, guitarists sing live. It's very suitable for a comfortable place for a day's leisure.
In the city centre, the former monastery has been changed into a restaurant. There are many restaurants with different flavors, but because the price is relatively high in the city centre, the environment and style are very good. Even the toilet is also Princess style, which is worth visiting.
Praise Square Church (also known as Praise Square) was formerly the Baby Jesus Monastery. Although there is no gorgeous decoration and complex sculpture, the white church of praise is very holy. There are no tickets for girls to take photos. Few tourists go during the day.
The Hotel Grand Pacific we stayed at came out to take the subway, and it was not on the trip when we met on the street corner. Seeing such a beautiful church on the other side of the intersection, I came over. Only when we arrived did we know that it was a square with hotels and restaurants. It's very suitable for taking pictures here. You can take big pictures. The effect is very good. If time permits, we should really have a meal here and enjoy it slowly.
Praise Square is one of the few remaining monasteries in the world. Documents are playing in the hall to tell the origin of history. Gothic churches, white exterior walls, artificial waterfalls and fountains in the front yard, have European classical style. On the ground floor, there are restaurants and bars.
Praise Square is one of the most favorite churches in Singapore. It is one of the few remaining monasteries in the world and one of the most important historical sites in Singapore. The white and holy church is a good place for girls to take photos. It's free to visit. There are many restaurants and cafes in the square now. It's a good place for them to sit here when they are tired of shopping.