SINGAPORE - Those who wish to pen last messages to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew can do so on condolence boards, which will be available in front of the Istana main gate from Monday to Sunday.
Similar condolence boards will be set up in front of Parliament House from noon on Monday until Sunday, said a statement from the Prime Minister's Office on Monday.
People who wish to leave flowers for Mr Lee can also do so at these two areas.
Condolence books will also be opened at all overseas missions to collect tributes from those abroad.
The Straits Times has also set up a Tribute Wall for readers to pen their memories of Mr Lee at leekuanyew.straitstimes.com/tribute-wall.