Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Parliament House

Mr Lee Kuan Yew body lies at the Parliament House from 25th March to 28th March for the public to pay their last respect.  Funeral is on 29th March.

Went to pay last respect with my mum at the Parliament House.


When we got out from the City Hall MRT Station, we saw the queue that starts to form even before the traffic light.


Queue at the Padang

There's a priority queue for the elderly (60 and above), pregnant, with special needs.  As my mum is above 60 years old, my mum gets to queue at the priority queue.  The queue took us 1 hours.


Bus that is provided to ferry people there


Q in front of me


Q that is behind me


Water is provided


Moveable toilet


School students also went to pay their last respect to Mr Lee


Took picture while waiting in the queue


Security check before entering Parliament House


Nobody is allowed to bring flowers into the building, those who bring flowers have to leave it outside.


Saw a big board there

24 comments:

  1. I went to TPY CC to pay my tribute to Mr Lee

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    1. I was at Jurong East Community Pavilion the other day after seeing Claire off at Jurong East Interchange CW3 bus stop...

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  2. Very nicely carried out, very well-disciplined, orderly...Singaporeans. Impressive.

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  3. Long queue, and it was raining, but very well organized, not kelam kabut..Got priorities for elderly and preggers also.. Good wor..

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    1. No rain that day and the weather is hot, so some folks open their umbrella...

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  4. That's how much Mr LKY is loved and respected.

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  5. the overwhelming crowd that went to pay tribute to LKY showed how he is loved and respected by the people..

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  6. 1 hour is not that bad, i heard some queued for 8 hours

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  7. I saw in FB. So many people love him

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  8. A big crowd turnout. He is a true great and patriotic man. He will be missed.

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  9. He's such a great man. A well-discipline man too. He will be remembered..

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  10. The people love this great man who did so much for his nation, they wouldn't time queuing up to pay their last respect.

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  11. I considered lucky ...queue for 2 hours only though under the hot noon sun!

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  12. 我挺羡慕新加坡人,有位那么出色的领袖。

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    1. Thank you for your compliment of Mr Lee Kuan Yew...

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