Cremation After Death: Here’s What You Should Know

The Choa Chu Kang Cemetery Complex is the only place you can bury a loved one in Singapore across various religions. However, burial periods are restricted to only 15 years before the graves get exhumed. For some families, they choose cremation instead where the...

5 Popular Flowers For Funerals And What They Represent

In times of grieving, funeral flowers can have a deep impact on the bereaved and lets them know that your heart and thoughts are with them. When making funeral arrangements, it is common to include flower arrangements in the wake or funeral home to honour and offer...

How Funeral Directors Can Help In Your Last Farewell

Losing a loved one is hard, and funeral services can be instrumental in easing this difficult time; to honour the deceased and help the family members carry on. Making funeral arrangements can be tough on anyone while they’re dealing with grief and loss, thus funeral...

Tips On How To Speak To Loved Ones About End Of Life Wishes

Conversations about end-of-life decisions and pre-death planning of funeral arrangements are personal and delicate. When begun, it is rarely ever completed in one sitting. Thus, it is important to take your time and weigh your considerations with much thought. When...

Tips On How To Select The Right Cremation Urn

Making funeral arrangements can be an overwhelming process. The bereaved have to deal with their emotions and grief, but also make several important decisions such as finding a good funeral director in Singapore to help in the funeral procedures and advise on the...

Four Ways To Help A Grieving Loved One And Provide Support

When someone close to you suffers a loss, you may be confused about how to help them. The bereaved often undergo a mix of intense emotions and may feel alone during this period of time. It is understandable that you may feel worried when offering support because you...

Discover The Truth Behind These 4 Cremation Myths

In Singapore, cremation is becoming a more popular disposition method. This is due to many reasons, including the acceptance of cremation by many religions and personal preference. As it is growing in popularity, one would expect that many people are knowledgeable...

Guide On What To Do When A Loved One Passes Away Abroad

The death of a loved one is a devastating experience, especially when this happens in a foreign land. You may not be aware of the protocol to follow in order to repatriate the remains back home before engaging in the necessary funeral services. Fortunately, the...

Tips On Planning A Non-Religious Funeral

Non-religious funeral services in Singapore are commonly offered where the deceased had no particular religious inclines and did not practice any specific type of formal religion. But the requirement in saying your last farewell in an honourable way remains the same...