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Nirvana Singapore 富贵山庄
Fu Gui Shan Zhuang 

About Us

Established in 2009, Nirvana Memorial Garden(富贵山庄新加坡) is part of Malaysia Nirvana Asia Group, a world-class, full-fledged bereavement care provider.

 

Through the deeply rooted Chinese funeral service industry, Nirvana Singapore enriches the fine quality of the Chinese bereavement culture through continuing the tradition of honour and reverence of ancestors by their descendants.

At Nirvana Singapore, you can always expect a professional, detailed, comprehensive and well-acclaimed, one-stop-worry-free funeral services. We aspire to constantly keep improving, innovating and raising our standards of service as a leader in the industry in Singapore.

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Erica Chua 蔡姗姗

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With the announcement of Tengah Air Base expansion – my family found out that my grandmother’s grave was among the 80,000 to be exhumed.

 

During the search, we were deciding between the options of privatized columbarium, temples and government-owned – the government-owned option was something my dad was more keen on. However, my brother suggested that we take a tour of private columbarium before committing to a choice. After some research, we came across one option that all of us agreed and as a good fit – Nirvana Memorial Garden.

 

As we stepped into Nirvana Memorial Garden, the serene environment set us all at ease. We were ushed around the facilities by a patience and caring lady guide, Ms Xu who answered all our questions. After learning more about the history of Nirvana Memorial Garden, Ms Xu shared with us the importance of Afterlife Pre-planning and how many were not aware of this.

 

Afterlife planning allows us teo choose our final resting place, the way our funeral should be done – without stressing our loved ones financially and mentally. Sometimes, these stresses cause families to fall out when they are confronted with the various arrangement options, all due to lack of planning beforehand.

 

This leads me to reflect deeply on how rarely we think of making these preparations beforehand, discussing end-of-life plans and options with our family, while we are still healthy. It is difficult for anyone to make good choices when things happen, without the faintest idea of how, where to start, and what preferences our loved ones may have.

 

This inspired me as my calling – increase everyone’s awareness of how important afterlife pre-planning is, and more importantly – to care, prepare and support during these tough times of afterlife arrangement.