Bukit Brown Cemetery is a very meaningful place. It is a place where many heroes from the Second World War are buried. However, it is not terrifying at all. The tree-lined scenery is very comfortable. Many locals regard this as a park.
Spent the first Saturday of 2019 on this interesting and knowledge-filled natural history tour. Our tour guide was great, taking us back to the history of the cemetery, and also introduced in detail the main characters buried here. We visited the Wang Sanlong cemetery, which is the largest one, and we can even see it through satellite photos on Google Maps. The tour guide also introduced us interesting stories about Christmas Island. To understand the early culture of Singapore, you must visit here. The weather was not bad, it was a dry sunny day. Darren brilliantly led us to learn about the lives and stories of many prominent figures who lived in Singapore from the 19th to the 20th century and were buried in the Bukit Brown Cemetery. One of the experiences inspired me to re-examine the country I live in. Looking forward to joining this tour again!
Bukit Brown Cemetery is one of the largest Chinese cemeteries in Southeast Asia, with more than 100,000 graves. Part of the cemetery is being redeveloped to build new roads and new residential areas in the future. So it is best to visit as soon as possible. The best way to explore Bukit Brown Cemetery is to join a free guided tour provided by volunteers.
A creepy cemetery with many haunting stories shared by Singaporeans. The famous Sikh statue, it’s mentioned many times that his eyes would move if you stare at them.
All animals live with dignity and are well taken care of. I really envy their living environment! Although Singapore is very hot, every place you visit provides a place to cool off, which is really intimate.