Over the weekend Female went to a special walkabout at the new National Gallery Singapore. No, it’s not opened to the public yet – but here are some exclusive photos.
The Gallery comprises two national monuments – City Hall and the former Supreme Court. Built between 1926 and 1929, City Hall has witnessed many critical moments in Singapore’s history, including the surrender of Japanese forces to the Allied forces, and the inauguration of Lee Kuan Yew as Singapore’s first Prime Minister. Here’s what we saw on our preview tour.
Some visitors couldn’t wait and started queueing already.
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