07 Jun '11, 3am

Say 'I do' again at Fort Canning

Say 'I do' again at Fort Canning

Acting Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports Chan Chun Sing at the new building for the Registry of Marriages and Registry of Muslim Marriages. He says there has been a tremendous improvement in the design and layout of the premises since he got married there many years back. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO LOVE will return to Fort Canning when its Registry of Marriages reopens following a $4.2 million renovation. The iconic landmark - where many couples have tied the knot - will open its doors next Tuesday. It has been closed since last year for its first major renovation since it opened in 1983. Meanwhile, the registry and the Registry of Muslim Marriages (ROMM) have been based at the Ministry of National Development. The new building brings together the civil and Muslim sections under one roof. They will share reception, service and waiting areas, making it more...

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