Singapore Cemeteries

Cemeteries in Singapore, Singapore

Singapore Cemeteries

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  • billcarolpearson
    17 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visited on a very hot and humid day so took a taxi from the MRT station which cost $4:80 well worth it. The mamorial is set on a slight incline and a few steps. It was very tranquil with flowers in the middle section, but the outer stones looked a little neglected, but there were staff gradually pressure washing them. But still no flowers. They look so sad! The fallen deserve so much more? When we had paid our respect, we headed bach to the MRT station, which is a downhill walk, but across a couple of busy roads. It took about 15 minutes. Well, it's worth a visit if you're interested in the history of Singapore. The MRT out off the city, and though the suburbs shows how inventive this countrs is to house its population? A thoroughly enjoyable and reflective morning. Remember to take plenty of water. And there are no facilities, so use the MRTs before you leave there?
    Written 23 October 2023
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  • Lou-ann S
    Singapore3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of the best ways to understand how hard Singapore founding fathers and mothers protected the country. We are so thankful for what tour guides like Claire & Bianca!!
    Written 1 March 2024
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  • ILSG
    Singapore, Singapore33 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The walk there from the nearest MRT is interstinging enough, leafy suburban roads with big houses either side.

    Well kept cemetery with some fascinating plaques in english. Starts back in early singapore.
    Written 22 August 2020
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK179,791 contributions
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    According to local tradition, this is the burial place of Sultan Iskandar Syah, the last of the five kings of SIngapore. There is a tomb (I’m guessing it’s more of a cenotaph) to mark the grave of Sultan Iskandar Syah. I couldn’t help but admire the devotion and respect the Malay still accord this place and keep it in such good condition. I wouldn’t go out of the way to visit this unless you’re going to Fort Canning Park though.
    Written 10 March 2020
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  • Jolyon67
    Melbourne, Australia5,714 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    These two little cemeteries are next to each other just across the street from the Arab Quarter. Hundreds of headstones poke out from deep undergrowth. These two parks are in dire need of some tender loving care. Make sure you bring mosquito repellent, I was badly bitten as I wandered the grounds. Some of the larger mausoleums have columns and ornamental domes, There are even some Sultans buried here. The monuments with yellow cloth tied around their top are the most important, yellow signifying royalty. It is a shame that few people visit here and it is so forgotten.
    Written 2 May 2014
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