The cemetery was full of rich culture and gave a fantastic view to chinese customs in caring for their dead. Definitely rough terrain with mangy dogs roaming around, but if you could look past that, it was an incredible experience. Ensure you go to the right gate - the safest is to use the South entrance which is open every day of the week, the North entrance is only open on Sundays when all the mourners come to visit (and it is incredibly busy). Both entrances are close to LRT stops - LRT was very easy to navigate and gave an interesting view to the city as we passed. We got a guide at the front gate - 800 Pesos for an hour tour. June was great, he gave us some interpretation of the symbols and was helpful in showing us the highlights, but didn't really know much about the people interned there. We did however get a behind the scenes view to the crematorium, which was incredible.
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