Bukit Brown cemetery, the largest Chinese cemetery outside China, is known for its huge collection of ornate, well-preserved tombstones, including those flanked by imposing statues of Sikh guards.
But it was a pop of colour from decorative tiles depicting pastoral scenes such as a Dutch windmill and European mountains that caught Heidi Sarna's eye while she was cycling through the cemetery last year.
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