Stay calm and call Flying Home at (65) 6253 0001 for advice immediately. We will advise you what to do next.
Funeral cost varies vastly depending on the number of days of wake, the religious rites required, the type of casket, and of course the needs and wants of the bereaved family and their loved one.
Let us know what you want so we can give a quote, with no obligation.
YES, you can choose not to embalm your loved one. In Singapore, it is not required to embalm a loved one. However, if you would like to allow viewing during the wake, embalming is advisable.
You can choose to post obituary on any of the Singapore newspaper listed here:
English: The Straits Times and The Sunday Times, Today
Chinese: Lianhe Zaobao, Lianhe Wanbao and Shin Min Daily News
Malay: Berita Harian and Berita Minggu
Tamil: Tamil Murasu
Let us know and we will assist you in the liaison with publishers to have the obituaries published.
Yes, we can assist you in hiring professional photographer and videographer to record the funeral.
Photography and videography services are gaining popularity in funerals as they capture the moments of emotions at one of the family’s major event. A meaningful life well-lived is worth memorializing, much like new birth and marriage.
“Capturing moments of emotions that stood still in time.”
You will have to visit the town council of your residential area to book the void deck space. Remember to bring along a copy of your utility bill with your home address to verify that you live in that block.
There are currently 4 funeral parlours that is open for public to rent at Garden of Remembrance, Sin Ming Funeral Parlour, Teochew Funeral Parlour, and Singapore Funeral Parlour.
In Singapore, only Choa Chu Kang Cemetery Complex is still open for burials.
There are 2 government-managed columbaria still available for sale.
You can register the death at any neighbourhood police centre, neighbourhood police post or police division headquarters.
It is a simple and easy 6-steps process.
Make an appointment with our consultants to find out the options and possible arrangements.
Draw up a plan and put it in writing.
Appoint a nominee.
Decide on a payment plan.
A copy of FuneralSure contract and supporting documents will be sent out.
Execution of FuneralSure arrangements upon activation by nominee.
An initial deposit of 20% of the FuneralSure contract sum is required. Payment can be made via various methods. The remaining sum can be paid in 12, 18, 24 or 30 months instalments.
Your initial deposit will be forfeited.
The FuneralSure contract will lapse if full payment is not made.
Alternatively, the nominee can make the remaining payment in full before executing the contract.
The nominee can make the remaining payment in full before executing the contract.
Yes, the FuneralSure contract can be transferred. Such request has to be made in writing and a nominal administrative will be charged for any change. If there is a change in beneficiary or nominee, the parties involved need to be present for the change.
Yes, you can make changes to the contract. Such request has to be made in writing and a nominal administrative cost will be charged for any change.
To stay relevant, we update our packages from time to time.
In the event this is a change in the package, which was signed prior, we will make adjustments based on the value of the package.
If there is any change in product or in the event the product becomes obsolete, we will replace it with a similar product of the same value.
We understand that circumstances and preferences change over time. A request for change in the FuneralSure contract can be made with us anytime.
During the final funeral arrangement, we will execute according to the FuneralSure contract. However, if the family requests for addition or reduction of any product or services, it has to be made through the appointed nominee. Addition of any product or services will incur additional costs. For reduction of product or services, there will be no refund made.
When the time comes, your nominee needs to contact us. We will then take care of the arrangements according to the contract.
A change of nominee can be initiated by the beneficiary.
Ang Chin Moh Funeral Directors is owned by the Ang family for more than 100 years and is currently managed by professional and dynamic 4th generation owners and their team.
All FuneralSure contracts will be fulfilled by a nominated third-party funeral director should the company ceases operation.
For partially paid up contracts, full payment has to be made to the nominated third-party funeral director before fulfilment of the contract.
There are various ways you can handle your loved one’s cremated remains. Typically, Singaporeans choose to place their loved one’s cremated remains in a columbarium. Over the years, there are more families who are opting for sea burial too, where the sea is their loved one’s final resting place. There are other options such as placing the ashes in a beautiful urn and display it at home; keeping some ashes in a small keepsake jewellery; or, transform their ashes into Algordanza Memorial Diamond.
Yes, you are not required to place an urn in a columbarium. You are able to place the urn at home. We recommend you to consider choosing a keepsake urn that looks like an art piece if you would like to have it placed at home. Alternatively, you can choose the sea as the final resting place by performing sea burial with a bio-degradable urn.
After the funeral, there are still other administrative work that needs to be handled.
An Ling (安灵)
An Ling is an act of filial piety by the descendants according to Taoist / Buddhist beliefs.
For An Ling, descendants have to prepare a table to place the tablet, picture, joss pot and daily food offerings in their residence. The offering of joss sticks, drinks and food have to be carried out daily for the next 49 days.
Ji Ling (寄灵)
Ji Ling is the same as An Ling, but just that the tablet, picture, and other items are placed in the temple / monastery / columbarium where the caretakers or monks help to carry out the daily offerings and chanting.
We do not provide Ji Ling Service. You can check with the temple / monastery / columbarium of the niche if such service is offered.
We accept payments in the form of Cash, credit cards, and cheque.
Mount Vernon Columbarium Re-location Programme information can be found on NEA website here.
Funeral Professional is not just a Profession, it’s a Calling.
Ang Chin Moh Funeral Directors aims to attract extraordinary individuals with a strong sense of compassion, sincerity, and empathy to be part of our vision.
If you believe that you have what it takes and want a career that is meaningful and spiritually rewarding in all that you do, take a look at our exciting career opportunities.
Yes, social service organizations do refer us their destitute clients who have no next-of-kin to care and plan for their funeral matters. Please contact us and we will do our best to assist.
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