For Buddhists, a funeral marks the beginning of a new journey, in the cycle of life and death. A funeral is an occasion where Buddhist families show their filial piety and love for the deceased by assisting them into the afterlife. Cremation is common for Buddhist funeral in Singapore, which can be held at Mandai Crematorium, Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Crematorium, or Tse Toh Aum Crematorium. Buddhist monks will usually be present to chant the last rites at the funeral. In Singapore, many may be unfamiliar with Buddhist rites and traditions, which is why our funeral advisors, with years of experience, can guide you and help you with the funeral arrangements to ensure a smooth and dignified funeral. 

Shown below are some photos from Buddhist funerals arranged by Casket Fairprice Funeral Services Singapore. For information on our Buddhist Funeral Service Packages, please click here for more details or call us at 6455 9909.

Buddhist Funeral held at parlour

Backdrop of Three Buddhist Sages (佛教三圣)

Canvas Tentage Ivory Series

Backdrop of Big Buddha (大佛) at void deck

Funeral Procession in progress

Monk chanting during encoffining at funeral parlour

Collecting flowers for decorating on casket

Preparing for funeral procession

Decorating casket with flowers

Yellow Tentage Series with Buddhist Wheel backdrop

Yellow Tentage Series with Buddhist Wheel backdrop

Backdrop of Big Buddha (大佛) at parlour

Last rites before leaving for crematorium

Buddhist funeral wake

Decorating casket with paper cranes folded by family

Funeral procession at multi-purpose hall

Monks chanting at multi-purpose hall

Casket flower decoration at funeral parlour

Casket engraved with Buddhist symbols

Dedicated funeral assistant decorating casket

Buddhist Funeral at Mandai Crematorium

Buddhist funeral encoffining in progress

Paper effigy at funeral wake

Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Crematorium

Monk chanting during sea burial

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