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Kranji War Memorial

9 Woodlands Road, Singapore 738656, Singapore
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Location Information The Commonwealth War Graves Commission's Kranji War Cemetery is 22 kilometres north of the city of Singapore, on the north side of Singapore Island overlooking the Straits of Johore. It is located just to the West of the Singapore-Johore road (Bukit Timah Expressway) on Woodlands Road, just to the south of the crossroads with Turf Club Avenue and Kranji Road. There is a short approach road from the main road. The Cemetery is known locally as Kranji Memorial and one must be sure of the address before boarding a taxi as most taxi drivers do not know the Cemetery. There are also bus stops on the main road facing the Cemetery. The Kranji MRT (train) terminal is a short distance from the Cemetery, approximately 10 to 15 minutes away by foot. A previous visitor has advised us that a small map of the route can be obtained from the MRT ticket office. Visiting Information Kranji War Cemetery is open every day 07:00-18:30. The cemetery is constructed on a hill with the means of access being via three flights of steps, rising over four metres from the road level, which makes wheelchair access to this site impossible.
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Reviewed 29 May 2017

Although Singapore has a tropical climate, it seems like the breezes at Kranji keep this hallowed ground blessed by cooling breezes. It is located just high enough to catch the cooling ocean breezes as visitors can see Indonesia from it's vistas. What's most impressive about...More

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Reviewed 27 May 2017

Well Maintained memorial, the place is calm and history of the memorial is all we need to go through before going inside.. Can spend around an hour at leisure .. But i will not recommend this as a must watch in Singapore..

Thank Kaviyanathan
Reviewed 23 May 2017

This amazing place of solemn respect to those who are at rest here is quite beautiful. So carefully looked after. Very emotional to the visitor. Please go.

Thank Tim E
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Came to remember my Uncle who died in the war, and who I had never met. Very emotional experience. Wouldn't have missed it for the world.

Thank julia61510
Reviewed 22 May 2017

I have visited many overseas War Cemetaries and they are all immaculate and very respectful places . This is no different . Obviously a place of sadness when you look at the ages but such a mixture of nationalities & regiments . Hundreds of headstones...More

Thank Pat S
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Singapore has progressed to this level all because they had gone through this terrible disaster. When a country remembers its history and work with pride to not let this happen again they will always prosperr. The sad part is that not many tourists visit this...More

Thank Isobel B
Reviewed 19 May 2017

If you are using public transport it will be pretty difficult to get to. Well maintained memorial to all those who laid down their lives 75 years ago. To me this was a personal pilgrimage. My great uncles name is also on the wall.

Thank Shajumudeen
Reviewed 12 May 2017

This is very well maintained and is s fitting tribute to the British and Commonwealth soldiers who lost their lives trying to defend Singapore during the war.

Thank aussiematt90
Reviewed 10 May 2017

The Kranji War Cemetery as well as the Changi Museum was part of our Anzac Day tour after Hellfire Pass and Kanchnaburi War Cemetery. It reflects those who gave up their lives for our freedom. Glad to be able to pay my respects to the...More

Thank MalDann
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

We visited Kranji as a natural step having been to the Battlebox in Fort Canning and wished to pay our respects to all those who died far from home in the name of freedom. As with all Commonwealth War Cemetries and war memorials the grounds...More

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Response from Stubbs1956 | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately we didn't see any florists near Kranji. The Singapore florists do some brilliant arrangements so we suggest ordering the flowers once you arrive in Singapore and take them with you to the memorial. There were... More
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Liam M
14 November 2016|
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Response from Robbiejo4866 | Reviewed this property |
At Commonwealth War Graves there are books available showing name and location. You may find the same information on line, try through CWG site. Good luck, if going to Singapore be sure to go to the Singapore National... More
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Lorna H
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Response from Lynne N | Reviewed this property |
We caught a train from the city, the railways are very efficient and by following the lines' (ask at the information desk if you have any questions and they will inform you of what trains to get) you can buy your return... More
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