Visited Bukit Brown Cemetery, full of Chinese Historical Heritage in a beautiful rainforest. Save Bukit Brown Cemetery ~
This is not your traditional cemetery. It is set in a rainforest amongst the wildlife, flora and fauna of tropical Singapore, with luscious green foliage, tall tropical trees, with tree ferns, and home to the mekak monkeys.
This is a wonderful place to visit away from the concrete jungle of shops buildings, freeways and bustling commuters.
It shows you a window into the Chinese history and heritage of the past. It has tens of thousands of old Chinese traditional graves. This heritage is priceless.It is the oldest Chinese cemetery and largest outside China.
The rainforest is both refreshing and calm peaceful and easy walking thru the rainforest along the paths, with old Chinese graves scattered on either side of the paths.
With loved ones monuments standing testimonts to the early Chinese pioneers of yesteryear who carved a solid ground for the building of a young nation.
This Cemetery, sadly is being eroded away by political land grabbing, for land as it demolishes sections of this treasured heritage, to make way for road works and developments.
Be sure to visit Bukit Brown cemetery, in Bukit Timah Reserve, before it's too late and voice your strongest protest to the Singapore authorities , And join Facebook support group - Save Bukit Brown.
This is the only true heritage place to visit in now a modern Singapore that has demolished all her heritage places.
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