The exhibition We Built a Nation is currently on at the National Museum of Singapore. The exhibition features the first pivotal 10 years of Singapore after independence (1965-1975 ) and how Singapore's first Prime Minister and his team laid the foundation for a modern Singapore.
Some of the furniture and personal items of Lee Kuan Yew were on display including his famous red box, a symbol of his unwavering dedication to Singapore.
It was used to hold his important documents including speech drafts, letters, reflections and observations and was used by Mr Lee every day until February 4th, 2015, a day before he was admitted to the Singapore General Hospital where he died on March 23 at 91 years of age.
National Museum of Singapore
93 Stamford Road
10-7 pm daily
Admission : Free for Singaporeans and permanent residents (SG50 year)
$10 adults and $5 students and seniors aged 60 and above
|A miniature version of Lee Kuan Yew's house at Oxley Road
|The initials every Singapore knows
|The simple white PAP outfit he wore
|Soul mates through thick and thin
|Furniture from his residence at Oxley Road
|The red box