It is only one mile from the
town of Taiping and is in two
sections as the road runs through
the centre. It was created after the
end of the war to serve
those who died in the surrounding
battlefields when the Japanese were
defeated. Numerous other
graves were removed from various temporary
sites and transferred to this
permanent site after the war.
It is on a flat level site with a forest of trees covering the hills to the east and south.
The total number of burials is 866
and they are marked with the white
upright headstones. There are flower
borders filled with colourful shrubs,
gardenia and scarlet hibiscus.
Both the two separate sections have their own entrance and one is the Christian section.. This has an avenue of trees between the graves that leads towards the Cross of Sacrifice.