Friday, April 3, 2015

Parliament House (27th March 2015)

Went on another day with 2 of my friends, one of them, when reached, saw the queue and also that the weather is hot, backed out, so left 2 of us.

Met my friends at one of my friend house at 6.45am, the other friend was late and reach around 7am, and she drove to Harbourfront where she park her car there (her hubby is working there and the parking there is free), then we took the MRT to City Hall.  We reach there around 7.45am.


Queue that forms up to pay their last respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew


Queue that is in front of us


Flowers that the public brought along


We waited at this tentage for about 2 hours


Took picture along the way


The crowds


The crowds









The lady introduce herself as Media from Indonesia and interviewed the public


Umbrellas for the public to shield from the sun, but have to return




Water is provided


Cards that is wrote by the public


Reaching the security check area



We took about 4 hours 45 mins to pay our last respect to Mr Kuan Yew as we left around 12.30pm.

24 comments:

  1. Ahhhh!!!! That glorious dead monument was there when I was there in 1973. I think I had the photograph in one of my earlier posts in my blog.

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  2. Found it!
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2009/10/10/amigos-para-siempre/

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  3. Everything is so well organized, the umbrellas, water, security check, everything..

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  4. wow, a second visit!! I must say everything is so organized and done in short notice, that shows how efficient the people are..

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  5. Even in short notice and with such a big crowd, everything is done in an orderly manner. Well done, Singapore.

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  6. It's overwhelming the love and support that the people have for the late Mr LKY. Oh, the umbrellas were returned. If in Malaysia, sure will kaput already hee..hee..

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    1. So far, see that the people returned the umbrella, hehe...

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  7. Love all those lovely pictures.

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  8. Wow! That was a long wait. Love the photos that you took.

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  9. So patriotic, Sharon! Mr Lee Kuan Yew is indeed dearly missed by all...

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  10. okay...now THAT is scary...

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    1. Ok lah, in an orderly manner, so not that scary...

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  11. 似乎是四方八面都有人涌入新国给他们的last respect。

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    1. Yes, we even saw Indian's from other Nationality in the queue to pay their last respect...

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  12. Everything was so orderly and the people were so respectful. I love the old and new buildings in Singapore.

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