Lim Chu Kang is a place renowned for its farms and cemeteries, with Singapore’s largest cemetery in the area. Founded in the early 1900s by Neo Tiew, a Chinese immigrant, Lim Chu Kang was formerly known as Ama Keng Village. After the founding of the village, Neo Tiew established Kay Wah School, now known as Qihua Primary. He also commissioned the construction of the Kay Wah Temple, which still exists today.
During the Second World War, the Japanese surprised the British by invading Singapore via the Causeway. Located near the Causeway, it is in Lim Chu Kang that several of the fiercest and bloodiest battles were fought, resulting in tens of thousands of deaths. As a result, there now exists a highly guarded military base in Lim Chu Kang. A plague can be found in this area giving an account of the history as well as commemorating the soldiers.
Go green in Lim Chu Kang as it is a place that boasts ecotourism. Here are some notable places to go when visiting Lim Chu Kang:
Lim Chu Kang has numerous cemeteries catering to the burial of people of different faiths including:
There is a bus station at Lim Chu Kang for transportation convenience.