Hakka Funeral Services Singapore

We carefully select and curate our Hakka Funeral package to include:


  • Assistance in Death Certificate Reporting & Transfer service
  • Services Team for Hakka Funeral Procession (1 Team)
  • Pre-brief by Funeral director
  • Setup of tentage
  • Donation collection box

Casket Services

  • 4-sided casket (Crematable)
  • Embalming & Make-up for Taoist funeral


  • Toyota Glass Hearse Rental (1 Trip for Taoist funeral)
  • Rental of 40 seater Coach

HDB tentage

  • Carpet Tiles & Curtains for Casket Area
  • 1 Set of Hakka Funeral Front Arch (一幅三门四桩)
  • Hakka Priest Services: Encoffinment (1 Priest) , Final Night ( Xiao tan)   (3 Priest) , Funeral Procession (1 Priest)
  • Teochew Shan Tang
  • Photo Enlargement and Framing
  • Floral Photo Wreath
  • Setup and rental of Tentage
  • U Shape Tentage & 1 Canvas Set, 3 Canvas Pieces
  • 10 Round Tables + 100 Chairs
  • 15 Square Tables
  • 6 Fans
  • Wiring and Lighting Services and Rental

Funeral home

  • Kong Meng San memorial – excluded


  • Fruits & Vegetarian Food Offerings
  • Taoist Funeral Large Lanterns (2 Pairs)
  • Taoist Funeral Golden Boys and Jade Maidens
  • 6ft Paper House
  • Burning tray
  • Metal Cage for Paper House
  • Taoist Funeral Altar Flowers
  • Heaven & Earth blankets
  • Incense sticks
  • Paper offerings

Mobile toilet

  • Porta John – excluded


  • Buffet catering
  • Snacks and drinks
  • Chef + Cooking space setup – excluded


  • Mandai Cremation (Location changes subjected to Extra charges)
  • Ash collection


Items are customisable based on specific requirements of our clients for our Hakka funeral packages. We designed our Hakka funeral service adequately to fulfill the needs of most clients.

Hakka funeral rites

Hakka funeral services differ from ordinary Taoist ones as the altars are different. Additionally, scriptures recited by monks are done in Hakka, with slight variations to meaning.

Otherwise, a Hokkien funeral service is not that different from an ordinary Chinese funeral. In certain Hakka communities, they re-enact mythological stories as part of their funeral rites.

For a detailed overview of Chinese funerary practices, click on our Taoist funeral services page to find out more.

You can also take a look at our Buddhist funeral services page as well.

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