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Bukit Brown Cemetery Tours

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Bukit Brown Cemetery
Known by locals as Kopi Sua or Coffee Hill, the now abandoned Bukit Brown is home to the largest Chinese graveyard outside of China. The 200-plus acres of this iconic burial ground rank high among travelers’ favorite stops in Singapore because of its impressive tombstones and religious statues. These ancient artifacts are tucked into a picturesque hillside with walking trails and winding roads ideal for whiling away an afternoon. Some call it somber, others peaceful or tranquil—but all agree it’s worth a visit before modern industry—which includes plans for a new subway station—render Bukit Brown obsolete.

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Bukit Brown is located between Lornie and Mount Pleasant Roads off of Sime Road.
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Singapore's Creepy & Haunted Tour, includes Cemetery visit with licensed GuideHalf-day Tours

Singapore's Creepy & Haunted Tour, includes Cemetery visit with licensed Guide

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Explore the creepy sites in Singapore with "Ghost Hunting" equipment and hear stories about World War II in Singapore. Visit several "creepy places" including a cemetery and hear creepy tales of Singapore from our guide. Walk along a bridge in a secluded and quiet hill. Rumours have it that many have lost their lives there. So, if you dare, keep your eyes on the surrounding as we make our way there. At the top of the trail, we’ll share with you the ghastly story of a local war hero. Next, we’ll take you to a coastal gun battery near a beach, a place where the Japanese possibly massacred thousands of innocent people during the “Sook Ching” operation. There, you’ll learn how the Japanese tried to suss out the spies and the gruesome stories of how they dealt with them. Our last walk will be down one of the world’s largest Chinese cemetery. It’s estimated to house over 100,000 tombs. During the walk, we’ll share with you some interesting stories of ‘our friends’ there.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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Price varies by group size
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$11.19 
Price varies by group size
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures

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