Free Bukit Brown Chinese Cemetery DIY Tour PDF Print E-mail
Written by Charles Goh   
Tuesday, 14 June 2011 12:28
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"Come down to see the rich cultural and historical heritage of Bukit Brown where many of our Singapore pioneers and forefathers from the late 19th century to the early 20th century are buried here.

Once we removed Bukit Brown and turn it completely into an urban concrete jungle, we will have lost that integral part that bind us to our roots and is irreplaceable

Only if we remember our roots from whence we came, can we really love the country and the people that nurture us to what we are today."
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Public Information
Date: 19 & 26 June, 2011
Time: From 8:30am to 11:30am
Location: Start Point at the Gates of Bukit Brown.
Nearest Bus Stop is opposite SICC, Lornie Road. Bus Stop Number 41149 (Bus service no. 52, 74, 93, 157, 165, 855)
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Please sign the Peition to save Bukit Brown here.
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We are looking for volunteers who can help out in the early morning of both Sundays (around 7am), if you wish to help out, do contact me at the above Hp or email.
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Our effort to bring awareness to Bukit Brown is featured in Straits Times Saturday 18 June 2011.
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Read the news in our forums.
For the next 2 Sundays (19 & 26 Jun), the Asia Paranormal Investigators (API) will be holding an free unguided tour of Bukit Brown Chinese Cemetery, where notable tombs will be hung with placards describing the person buried below and his/her notable achievements and contribution to Singapore’s history. Tombs of specific significance other than historical relating to Chinese customs, mythology, fengshui will also be highlighted.

There will be signs and directional tapes aiding the interested Explorer on this trail to discover Singapore’s history by trekking through the hills of Bukit Brown, Singapore only Living Museum.

You may explore on your own or purchase a map showing the locations of each tombs on that day.

For more enquries, please call 98788669 or email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Last Updated on Monday, 19 March 2012 01:20