As mentioned in the previous post, there was an influx of Chinese following the marriage of their princess to the local Sultan. Trade was already a major player. With the increasing Chinese population at Bukit Cina, there came to be a greater need for facilities such as temples and graveyards. Even the graves of the Singaporean Chinese have similarities such as the wide, circular space at the feed end and text with some artwork at the head side.
Today, this site at Bukit Cina is at the centre of a furious disagreement between the management and local government over unpaid taxes.
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