|Tuesday||10:00 am||11:00 pm|
|Tuesday||02:00 pm||03:00 pm|
|During Maneaba Sitting|
|Friday||11:00 am||12:00 pm|
Parliament Tour is open to schools and general public for booking. The Speaker of the Maneaba ni Maungatabu is very delighted to welcome you to visit our precinct and learn more about the roles and settings of the Maneaba ni Maungatabu.
Teachers and General Public are invited to make bookings for a tour with the Maneaba ni Maungatabu for their respective schools and enquire either by phone (+686 74021880) or by email to email@example.com.
Brief Tour Information
This tour will be conducted by Parliamentary
Attendants which will operate from Monday to Friday as per shown in the tour schedule. During the tour, you will visit and learn about the two wings of the Parliament complex, the main Chamber, including the roles of the Honorable Speaker, Members and Parliamentary Staff, the Mace and so forth. When Parliament is sitting, you will observe Parliament proceeding from the public gallery.
Students or public members or public members are encouraged to raise questions at any time during the tour.
Tour in Details
The tour starts from the Conference room and takes approximately 5-7 minutes where students or public members will be well briefed about rules and policies of the Parliament precinct including some basic security and safety measures.
It will be followed by a tour to the Parliamentary Library, where relevant displayed documents and pictures/posters will be explained to students or public members by a Senior Librarian.
After the library tour students or public members will walk to the front counter where the Parliamentary Attendants will explain the purpose of this
Students or public members will then walk straight to the administration corridor visiting the Speaker’s office via each room of parliamentary staff.
Followed by a tour to the Parliament ground (recreational ground), the restaurant and MPs’ room.
The last part of the tour is to enter and see the Chamber setting. Parliamentary attendants will explain the seating arrangement, MPs’ devices and some basic rules of the House or Chamber.
The tour ends at the Chamber but students or public members must walk back to the conference room for wrap up observation and collecting personal belongings before dismissal.
Recommendation to Teachers leading their groups
It is recommended that students or public members utilize toilet facilities only at the Parliament Club which is located behind the local maneaba (refer to map) if it is needed during the tour.