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List Of Cemeteries Singapore

List of Cemeteries in Singapore

The scarcity or unavailability of Land in Singapore, land mass for defunct cemeteries were termed as a waste of limited resources. Provision of public amenities, public housing and urban development were deemed to supersede the need for cemeteries. Therefore, former cemeteries and burial sites were gradually cleared for the new developments.

During the Second half of the 20th Century, cemeteries in Singapore were cleared of graves for redevelopment. Most Cemeteries closed for business or had to relocate to new locations. Only records and histories of some of them were left behind.

However, Gallant Garden has a list of useful information about Cemeteries in Singapore. This list include the location, transport system, lease fees and lease options available etc. of existing cemeteries in Singapore.

Cemeteries in Singapore

It is the biggest cemetery in Singapore. It is located at   the west of the island in close proximity to the Tengah Air Base and at the confluence of the Old Choa Chu Kang Road, Lim Chu Kang Road and Jalan Bahar, it comprises Chinese, Christian, Muslim cemeteries and a lot more. The lease of a burial plot shall commence from the date of burial and shall be for the duration of fifteen years.

It is estimated to house about 100,000 tombs in a vast land size of about 0.86 square kilometers. Bukit Brown Cemetery has been abandoned since its closure in 1973. It was opened in 1922 by the Municipal Council. Singapore Bukit Brown Cemetery was at a time in the social and cultural heritage of Singapore.

It was a fertile land located center of a thickly populated urban environment. Bukit Brown Cemetery, Singapore stood as a funeral ground for Chinese immigrants from several places especially during the mid-nineteenth century. It is therefore a reflection of Singapore’s links and connections from several walks of life

Kubur Kassim Cemetery in Singapore was established in 1920. The land was originally bequeathed to the Muslim Community by Ahna Mohamed Kassim Bin Ally Mohamed. It is a major cemetery and it lies close to the Malay Kampongs on the coast. The former residents of the Kampongs were buried here. It is indeed a place that holds history.

It is indeed another side of the Singaporean heritage where past generation of the Hakka People were honored and buried. It is a patch of land between Buona Vista Station and the Commonwealth Station. The cemetery is on a piece of land belonging to Ying Fo Fui Kun, an association of the Hakka Clan.

The association was established in 1822 in Singapore and was founded by Liu Runde, for the purpose of uniting the Hakka Clan from five different provinces in China

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The prices for the use of these cemeteries vary from one another. It is therefore encouraged to go through the various packages before a choice is made.

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