Queue to pay respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew has stretched over 1.6km

If you are headed down to pay respects, bring an umbrella and some water along.

Jonathan Lim| March 25, 12:59 PM

Members of the public started to stream into Parliament House since 10am this morning to pay their final respects to Mr Lee Kuan Yew.

The queue to enter the Parliament House has gotten so long that visiting hours have already been extended from 8pm to 12 midnight.

Here's what the queue looks like so far:



queue stretches from Circular Road. It has been announced that Parliament House will be open until midnight #RememberingLKY

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there is only one queue to ever join in my entire life, then this is it"

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As of 12.00pm today, the queue has stretched from Parliament House, across Cavenagh Bridge, onwards to Circular Road and then to Clarke Quay, and it is estimated to be about 1.6km long:

Parliament to Clarke Quay

*Update at 2.00pm*

The queue has now extended to the side of Fort Canning Park facing River Valley Road. A Mothership.sg reader has submitted a photograph of the queue from Clarke Quay extending across an overhead bridge towards Fort Canning Park.

lky queue 2

*Update at 3.30pm*

As of now, according to the Remembering Lee Kuan Yew website, "the queue situation will be provided on an hourly basis. As at 2.00pm, members of public should expect to queue for about 8 hours. Members of the public are advised not to join the queue now, and to wait for further updates."

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