St. Andrew's Cathedral is a well-known Anglican church in Singapore, designed and built by Colonel Leonard McPherson. The building is part of an early English Gothic building. The high spires lead straight into the blue sky. The pure white exterior is made of a mixture of shells, lime, sugar, egg whites and coconut shells, making it exceptionally smooth and shiny. The church is magnificent and holy, and many locals in Singapore will choose to take wedding photos here.