Kulai memorial park launches new columbarium

An artist’s impression of the new urn compartment block, Si Qin Yuan, at Perpetual Memorial Park in Kulai, Johor.

Perpetual Memorial Park in Kulai, Johor, is launching a new columbarium known as Si Qin Yuan.

In Chinese, the name means “Memorable Reunion of the Beloved”.

The four blocks will be completed by Jan 30 and it is the final phase of an annexe near the only temple at the memorial park.

According to the memorial park’s management, cremation is increasingly preferred and thus Si Qin Yuan offers an option for permanent memorialisation.

“Single or companion units are available within the high-quality natural black granite stone.

“The area is laid with luxurious floor finishes and natural granite pillars.

“Additionally, the design mixes traditional and contemporary elements with northwest-southeast facing for optimal good feng shui,” said the park’s management.

The block is also designed with good air circulation in mind.

Si Qin Yuan has a generous 6.1m-wide centre courtyard between blocks for ease of prayers and rituals.

“The conducive environment will ensure family members and friends of the deceased can gather in comfort while honouring the departed.”

The management said the first 100 units of the urn compartments would be open for pre-booking this month.

Priced from RM13,888 onwards, there is an early-bird discount of up to 30% and referral of 10% on top of the discount.

RM100 will be donated to the perpetual care charity fund with each urn compartment sold.

For details, visit www.perpetual.com.my/, facebook.com/PerpetualMemorialParkBerhad or call 1700-828-993.

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