Look at my mother, father, brother and sister. This is the children's section of the National Library of Singapore. Whether it's a small paradise or not, the children are very happy when they enter. It's a school holiday in Singapore. I bring my little nephew and niece to the library. When they saw the tree house, they quickly took off their shoes and climbed up. Soon they were playing with other children. Of course, we adults will remind them not to make noise in the library. They must speak in a low voice. The whole children's reading area is quiet and peaceful. Children's computers can read children's Books Online and play some puzzle games. Parents can sit by and instruct. Most of the books here have been in English since the age of 0, as well as Chinese, Malay, Tamil (Indian) and so on. The introduction is free, but please cherish the public property and consider other applicants. I hope you "play" have a good time, which is very helpful.
Along Victoria Avenue, across the village of Wuji, and soon to the National Library Building. An all-white building with super-long glass curtain wall is quite conspicuous. Although it is one of the largest and most advanced libraries in Southeast Asia, the National Library of Singapore does not have a "decent" gate. If there were no signs at the intersection, I would have thought I had entered a residential building. No front desk, no security checks, no certificates, just go in at will. The opening time of the library is 10:00-21:00 from Monday to Sunday. Compared with well-known libraries in China, the area is not large, but the height is successful. It consists of two 16-storey buildings, each of which has an overpass connection. The style of each reading room is different, the types of books and interior design are slightly different, but the floor is covered with blankets, very quiet. The windows by the roadside are all on the ground. You can have a good view of Singapore's streets. There are free lockers outside each reading room. Some need to deposit bags before entering, and some don't. There are many languages in the collection, Malay, Chinese, English, Tamil and so on. Some floors should be used for exhibitions and performances, with posters. The Central Public Library on the B1 floor is suitable for the public. Besides non-Chinese books, there are also a large number of Chinese newspapers, magazines and books. The number and types of Chinese books are quite abundant, including love stories, online novels, swordsman novels, tourism, cooking and other aspects. There's also a special collection area for children - "My Tree House', which is very interesting in the design of forest theme. There are many kinds of children's books in it. They are full of pictures and texts. They are suitable for young children. Next door to the library is the Baisheng Building, which is surrounded by Aqiu dessert, dining room, Xiyuan coffee and other delicacies.
The National Library that I have to sign in every week is just across from the shopping mall. I can take the subway to the subway station. Because I collect materials and write reports, I have to come here "do my homework",. The National Library is open every day, and most people come here on weekends. It's comfortable to come here on Monday to Friday to enjoy the air conditioning, read newspapers, magazines or novels, and it's quiet, not to mention grabbing seats.
The National Library of Singapore, located in Victoria Street, Singapore, is one of the largest and most advanced libraries in Southeast Asia. You can enter the library to read books, but you can't borrow books without a card. The library lending area has paper book area, electronic reading area and newspaper area. Many Chinese books cover a wide range of contents. There are also various kinds of small white novels. Er, it's really small white. Let's kill time and relax our mood. Newspapers are fixed on the desktop and look very convenient. Sincerely praise his children's library, fantastic fairy tale theme design, a variety of reasonable design, children here how can not fall in love with reading? I spent two or three hours in the library. Time passed quickly. It was interesting to flip through books and read newspapers.
It's the National Library of Singapore. It's a lot of stories. Malay culture, Chinese, English, Singapore culture, etc. are very comprehensive. The library area on each floor looks very dignified and elegant. Naturally, the collection of books is also very extensive. I read too much here. There are self-study areas, theatres, hungry stomachs and cafes. Excellent.
Every place must experience the local library and bookstore, friends know that we have this hobby, naturally take us to the National Library, here gives me the first feeling of advanced, clean, quiet, learning 1, there is a dedicated online area, children's area. 2. See many old people persist in learning. 3. The service personnel are friendly.
The National Library is on Victoria Road. The traffic is very convenient. It's at Exit C of the Wujishi Metro Station. After it comes out, it goes straight ahead. After crossing the traffic lights, you can see the sign on the left hand side. It's very big. There are many books. There's a conference room on the 16th floor. It's all glass. It's beautiful to see the surrounding scenery. Durian shells, art galleries and so on, all in your eyes.
Located near MRT stations and shopping malls, the National Library is a paradise for readers or people who need private time to read books. The library has a large collection of books that people can read anywhere, whether on the floor or on the table. You can hang out there without reading, drink with friends or chat.
Singapore National Library is one of the largest and most advanced libraries in Southeast Asia. The subway is located at Wuji Station, near the famous Raffles Hotel. It consists of two modern high-rise buildings with 16 floors. Each floor is connected by an overpass. The library is rich in books. It is a good place for local people to read and relax.
The National Library of Singapore is really big. I visited the National Library of Beijing, which was shocked at that time. After reading the map of Singapore, it was even more shocking. Classification is very clear, the volume of books is very large, I want to stay here all the time.