What are the relocation procedures for niche relocation?
Are you affected by Grave Exhumation to make way for Tengah Air Base expansion?
As announced in the news on 2017, Singapore’s biggest public cemetery, Choa Chu Kang Cemetery, will have its size cut down by a third, from 318 ha to 200 ha. Some 80,500 Chinese and Muslim graves will be exhumed progressively to expand Tengah Air Base, which in turn is to accommodate the relocation of Paya Lebar Air Base from 2030 onward.
If your loved ones’ final resting place has been affected by the grave exhumations and relocations currently going on, Singapore Nirvana Memorial Garden could help. The first thing we can offer you is a final resting place for your loved one’s urn or remains in our Feng Shui Columbarium located at nearby old Choa Chu Kang Road.
Niche relocation procedure differs according to the religion and cultural practices of the deceased. We are respectful of all cultural and religious beliefs and because of this; we work with clergy persons from various religions. If the deceased and his/her family are non-religious, we usually work together with the family to arrange a service or procedure that the deceased would have preferred.