Choa Chu Kang Cemetery

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A view of Choa Chu Kang Chinese Cemetery in June 2007

Choa Chu Kang Cemetery Complex (or Chua Chu Kang Cemetery) (Chinese: 蔡厝港坟场 Malay: Kawasan Perkuburan Choa Chu Kang) is the biggest cemetery in Singapore. Located in the west of the island in close proximity to the Tengah Air Base and at the confluence of the Old Choa Chu Kang Road, Lim Chu Kang Road and Jalan Bahar, it comprises the Chinese, Christian, Ahmadiyya Jama'at, Muslim, Parsi, Bahá'í, Jewish, Hindu and Lawn cemeteries. It is currently the only burial cemetery to remain in operation.

Also within its grounds, are several columbaria, including the state-run Choa Chu Kang Columbarium, and two private facilities, namely The Garden of Remembrance, a Christian columbarium and Ji Le Memorial Park, a Buddhist facility.

SMRT Services 172 and 975 passes through Choa Chu Kang Cemetery everyday, whereas 405 is the only service that operates during festive periods only.

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Coordinates: 1°22′42″N 103°41′29″E / 1.37822°N 103.69137°E / 1.37822; 103.69137