The former Parliament House is the oldest government building in Singapore. It was the original courthouse used by the British from 1827. After independence, the building was home to the Singapore Parliament from 1965 to 1999. At the exterior of the stately building, is a bronze elephant statue, a gift from King Chulalongkorn of Siam during his visit in 1871. The Parliament House has been designated as The Arts House and offers a charming and intimate venue for cutting edge contemporary visual arts, music, dance, film, comedy and theatre by Singaporean and international artists.
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