Because I have been to Arlington Cemetery recently, this is the same kind of place, so I want to see it. There were only two of us, very neat and comfortable places. Those are foreigners, it is estimated that no relatives and friends will come to see, but there are special people to take care of, but also planted flowers, giving a very peaceful feeling. It's near the Shuangxi Valley Wetland.
The Cranzie Martyrs Monument is located on Woodland Road in northern Singapore. It is a war monument for the victims of World War II. It represents three branches of military service. Monuments include war tombs, Memorial walls and cemeteries. It's worthwhile to visit this place on a trip to Singapore.
The Cranzie Martyrs Monument was built to commemorate more than 4,000 British soldiers who died fighting to defend Singapore during World War II. The pagoda is a symbol of the cemetery. The lawn of the cemetery is particularly beautiful, with white crosses arranged inside.
Near the coastal bay, the tall white monument stands out and can be seen from afar.
The Kranz Martyrs Monument was built for soldiers who died in the war to defend Singapore during World War II. They came from many countries. They could hardly see the introduction of Chinese people. It was better to understand that Singapore and Europe and the United States were better.
The location is remote, but it's within walking distance of Cranzie Metro Station. Many tourists from Commonwealth countries come back here to remember, and occasionally Japanese tourists come to visit. The park also houses the graves of Singapore's first and second presidents.