Dr Sun Yat Sen, the man many consider to be the founder of modern China, lived in this villa during his stay in Singapore. The building once served as the regional headquarters for the Nationalist Party of China. Formerly called the Sun Yat Sen Villa, it was re-opened after renovations that cost almost SGD8 million. The galleries house items like old photographs, personal effects and wax figures. There is also a painting called "Overseas Chinese, Mother Of The Revolution". Measuring six meters by three meters, it is believed to be the largest oil painting done here. Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall hosts various art exhibitions as well. Check website for more details.
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