Built in 1878, the Maghain Aboth in Waterloo Street is the oldest surviving synagogue in South-east Asia.
It is one of two synagogues for Singapore's Jewish community.
The other is the Chesed-El Synagogue in Oxley Rise.
Both were gazetted as national monuments in 1998.
Among the facilities at the Waterloo Street compound are a kosher minimart and restaurant. Learn more in The Straits Times' weekly series on Singapore's national monuments.