The old Supreme Court building is Singapore's heritage and is unique in other nearby buildings. This is also a milestone for Singapore and F1 Grand Prix. Parks in front of buildings are sometimes used for school competitions, and the scenery from the top of the hill to the coastal bay and Padang is amazing.
After breakfast, I got on the bus, accompanied by the road and introduced the street view. Looking at the high court, it is said that the building of the court is higher than that of the parliament, which fully embodies the supremacy of the law. Singapore's eggplants are purple red, gorgeous and enchanting, which subverts my imagination of eggplants.
As a legal worker, I am particularly concerned about the local judicial sites, and because of Singapore's whipping, I am particularly concerned about the Supreme Court of Singapore. Unfortunately, when I went to the Supreme Court, the exterior walls were completely enclosed and decorated. According to the tour guide, the Supreme Court also allows the public to listen to the hearing process of the bill. The 1939 building is decorated with murals from Cavalier Yarudoflori, Italy, and with Corinthian stone pillars. The whole building is magnificent and solemn.
The Supreme Court, adjacent to the Government Building, was built in 1939 at the site of the former Grand Hotel de L&39; Europe, the latest colonial building in Singapore. The Supreme Court Building actually has two domes, the main one is copper, which is one of the characteristics of the Singapore skyline; beside it is a small dome, which is not easy to see from the street. It was originally a library with unique design. The Supreme Court allows the public to visit and listen to its public hearings. But you must wear neat clothes when you listen. You must not wear shorts, vest or slippers. Photography and photographic equipment are not allowed in the hospital. Other electronic equipment, such as mobile phones and pagers, must also be turned to silent state.
Take the subway and get off at City Hall Station. You can see the most eye-catching building by walking through the church to the sea. Looking closely, you can see the style of ancient architectural art, but there is not much room for tourists to visit. It's a pity, but it's understandable.
[City Hall, founded in 1929, lives next to the Supreme Court, formerly known as the City Office. It is the oldest Dutch building in the Far East and witnesses many important historic moments in Singapore. Today, the City Hall and the High Court together form the National Gallery Singapore, which is still under renovation and is expected to open in October 2015.