SUN YAT SEN NANYANG MEMORIAL HALL - SINGAPORE

 

 

SUN YAT SEN NANYANG MEMORIAL HALL - SINGAPORE

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Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall in SingaporeThe Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, located at 12 Tai Gin Road (off Ah Hood Road), is a national monument which has a colorful history dating back to 1900. This place of interest in Singapore showcases the life and the achievements of Sun Yat Sen. A Chinese businessman in Singapore offered it to Dr Sun Yat Sen for his revolutionary cause which was to free China from the feudal lords and end 200 years of Qing Dynasty rule in which this era constitutes an important part of China's history. In 1964, the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall            Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry turned the villa into a memorial to commemorate Dr Sun Yat-Sen and his revolutionary movement. Highlights include a bronze statue of Dr Sun Yat Sen and a vast collection of photographs, artifacts and an audio-visual presentation of the villa whereby the displays and exhibits explain the history of the great man himself and also detailing his struggle for the common people.

 

Opening times: 10.00am to 5.00pm (Tuesday to Sunday), 10.00am to 10.00pm (Saturday)

Admission: SGD 3.00 (Adult), SGD 2.00 (Child and Senior Citizen)

 

Tel: (65) 6256 7377

 

Buses: 139, 145

Nearest MRT station: Toa Payoh

 

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