Understanding The Difference Between Coffins And Caskets

When you are making funeral arrangements for your loved one, you might find yourself having to decide between a coffin or a casket. It is the centerpiece of a funeral to provide a comfortable resting place for the body, and choosing one is a basic part of funeral...

Guide To Understanding Buddhist Funeral Customs & Traditions

Approximately 1/3 of the population in Singapore practices Buddhism. Aside from incorporating the religious beliefs and practices in their daily lives, this also extends to funeral services when a Buddhist person passes away. There are specific funeral rites and...

Funeral Etiquette: 4 Things To Know About Attending A Wake

A common concern one may usually find themselves being unsure about is understanding the proper etiquette that’s expected when attending a funeral wake. Questions like what to wear, how to behave and the general do’s and don’ts are often asked – and knowing them will...

Choosing Funeral Homes: Finding the Right Fit for You

Whether you’re in need to enlist the help of a funeral director quickly or planning ahead for your funeral arrangements, there are many funeral home options available today. It is important to choose one that will meet your individual needs and desires. They can ease...

Ways You Can Save Money on Funeral Planning Expenses

Funerals can cost more than what people expect. With many factors to consider for the funeral arrangement, including burial fees, transport, flowers and the wake, costs can gradually increase. This potentially places the bereaved family under financial pressure,...

Reasons Why You Should Be Planning Ahead For Your Funeral

The emotional strain that comes with arranging a funeral within hours of losing a loved one is challenging to bear. That’s why pre-planning your funeral arrangements relieves your loved ones from the pressures of decision-making at a time of grievance and emotional...

Quick Tips To Understand Proper Funeral Etiquette & Manners

When attending a funeral, there are various cultural and religious practices, associated with funeral services in Singapore, that you may not be aware of. As you are at the funeral to express your condolences and show respect to the deceased’s family members, it would...

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...