Massive queue overnight to pay respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew
- As day turned to night, the crowd had grown signficantly. Photo: Jason Ho/TODAY
- People queuing in the priority queue along the Old Parliament House, at 8.15pm. Photo: Robin Choo/TODAY
- The queue outside the Asian Civilisation Museum at around 9.30pm. Photo: Robin Choo/TODAY
- Senior Minister of State, Dr Amy Khor distributes biscuits to the elderly in the Priority queue who had been waiting for close to 4 hours. Photo: Tristan Loh/TODAY
- A woman who fainted in the queue being attended by paramedics. Photo: Jason Ho/TODAY
- The crowd did not dissipate throughout the night. Photo: MCI
- Inside Parliament House, a steady stream of people continued to pay respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Photo: MCI
- The queue outside did not die down even at around 3am today. Photo: Keon Teh - a TODAY reader.
- Another view of the crowd at around 3am. Photo: Keon Teh - a TODAY reader.
- At 6am, the area outside Raffles City Shopping Centre was packed with people heading to join the queue to pay respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Photo: Wong Pei Ting/TODAY
- Despite the long hours, members of the public remained patient in their wait to pay respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew in Parliament House. Photo: Nadarajan Rajendran/TODAY