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We were staying at the Days hotel just a street away and wandered by - encouraged by a monsoon rain-storm to walk in. I knew only that Sun Yat Sen was a great Chinese patriot who tried to reform China in the beginning of the...More
visited this place by accident as i was staying at days hotel just a street away.its free well presented with grat very polite staff who are very friendly and helpful. a cultural and historic experience
do take the tour if you can and then browse...More
Located in the corner between Tai Gin Road and Ah Hood Road right across Ramada Hotel/ Zhongshan Mall is the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.
We arrived at SYSMH to a bring crowd on the weekday they were having activities for the Dumpling Festival...More
the historical landmark that shows the role of Singaporean ancestors who had involved and pushing for China's regime changing in 1911.
The ancient preserving building has been renovated perfectly with the original designed of the well-known luxurious villa.
This place might far away from the...More
This is a half day day plan for your amusement:
Hop off the MRT at Novena & exit right. You'll soon be at Novena RC Church. Check out the very beautiful stained glass windows of Bible stories featuring Jesus... Then stroll 3 minutes and take...More
Underrated attraction in Singapore. Very well done and informative. Complimentary guided tour is a must go to truly understand and soak up what the hall has to offer! Learnt in abundance from Rita, the guide.
I enjoyed exploring the charming two-storey villa that was once the local residence of Dr Sun Yat Sen and the Southeast Asian base for his underground resistance movement (同盟会) in the early 20th century, and learning about the lesser-known history of Singapore’s unique role in...More
The Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall pays homage to a man who played an integral part in several Asian countries such as China, Singapore, and Taiwan.
Unlike art galleries or museums, the main exhibits here are non-rotating since it is a memorial after all. However,...More