Hearts Funeral Funeral Parlour Service
In the vibrant tapestry of Singapore’s multicultural society, the solemn ritual of bidding farewell is a poignant reminder of our shared human experience. Our funeral parlour services are deeply rooted in the city’s rich traditions, seamlessly blending customs from the Malay, Chinese, Indian, and Western heritages. Recognising that each goodbye is as unique as the life it celebrates, we strive to provide dignified, personalized services that honour the deceased and offer comfort to the bereaved.
With a comprehensive range of services, from traditional rites to contemporary memorials, we are committed to guiding families through this challenging time with empathy and expertise. In a city that is ever-evolving, we remain steadfast in our dedication to preserving the sacredness of farewell. In your moments of deepest sorrow, let us stand beside you, offering solace and support in the heart of Singapore.
Your faith in us to commemorate your loved ones is our highest honor.
What Our Funeral Parlour Package Includes
- Transportation of Deceased from Hospital / Home to Wake Location
- Professional Embalming, Make Up Services & Disposal of Water
- Booking of Cremation/Burial Slot (Mandai Only)
- Standard/ Premium Casket
Preparation of Wake
> 24hr Air-Conditioned
> With Tables and Chairs
> Toilet Facilities
> Complimentaary WiFi
> Floral Photo Wreath
> Coffin-Top Floral Arrangement
> Guest Table Floral Arrangement
> Altar Table Floral Arrangement
> 1 Large Photo 10″ X 12″ with Wooden Frame
> 6 Passport Sized Photo
Condolence Donation Book & Guest Book
(Funeral Day Arrangements)
- Funeral Premium Hearse / Flower Hearse
(Subject to Availability)
- Dedicated Guide During Ash Collection
*Premium Items will be charged accordingly
Why Choose Hearts Funeral As Your
Funeral Service Provider
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Frequently Asked Questions About
Our Funeral Parlour Services
Losing a loved one is never easy, on behalf of the entire team, please accept our deepest sympathies.
We provide a comprehensive range of services, from traditional ceremonies to contemporary memorials, tailored to diverse cultural and religious practices.
Our costs vary depending on the specific requirements and services chosen. We can provide a detailed quote upon consultation.
Yes, we offer repatriation services to assist families in bringing their loved ones back to Singapore or sending them abroad.
Yes, we are committed to sustainable practices and provide eco-friendly burial and cremation options.
It’s advisable to contact us as soon as possible so we can guide you through the necessary arrangements and provide immediate support.
Absolutely. We believe each funeral should reflect the individuality of the deceased, and we work closely with families to ensure a personalized experience.
Yes, we offer grief counselling and can connect families with support groups to help navigate the mourning process.
Pre-planning allows individuals to outline their funeral preferences in advance, ensuring their wishes are honored and alleviating some of the burden from loved ones. We can discuss and document your specific desires.
Yes, we can guide families in choosing a suitable resting place in local cemeteries or columbaria based on your preferences and needs.
You will typically need the deceased’s death certificate and identification. Our team can guide you through any additional requirements specific to your circumstances.
Embalming is a procedure carried out to delay decomposition of the body. The bodily fluids are removed, and are replaced with formaldehyde-based chemical solutions that will delay decomposition. It may be necessary, if you select certain arrangements, such as a funeral with viewing, or with an open casket. It is also typically done when the body is to be transported over long distances or across borders.
If you do not want embalming, you may choose an arrangement that does not require viewing. A funeral wake may still be held, as long as the body is placed in a hermetically sealed coffin (without a viewing window), for a period not exceeding 7 days after the death.
Note: Embalming may not be allowed if the deceased passed on due to certain infectious diseases, e.g. COVID-19 disease.