Bukit Brown Cemetery, Singapore
Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
Stroll through hundreds of years of history at Bukit Brown Cemetery, a public Chinese cemetery--the biggest outside of China. It first opened in 1922, and since then has become the final resting spot for more than 1,000,000 people. Though eventually closed and essentially abandoned, the cemetery remains in existence. Follow a paved path on a journey past humble graves and delicate statues. The abandoned cemetery is brought back to life by the overgrown jungle and healthy bird and monkey population. To visit Bukit Brown Cemetery on your holiday in Singapore, and find out what else Singapore has to offer, use our Singapore tour planner.
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This could've been hard to find but I snuck through a forest and stumbled upon the graves and then I found a road with more gravestones next to it. They are building a highway straight through the cem... read more »
The Brownies conduct tours of the cemetary, they are a group of volunteers with a passion for history and preserving our past. I have been on 3 of their tours and each one are different offering insig... read more »
We went for an introductory guided tour today. It was a marvellous experience. Our guide Darren is a fantastic speaker and knows how to engage audience. It was highly educational and a trip back in hi... read more »
Where the true pioneer generation of Singapore lies - Joo Chiat, Boon Lay, Hong Lim... Invaluable to our national heritage and rootedness. Sign up for a guided tour to better appreciate.
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