HONG KONG HINDU AND SIKH CREMATION MEMORIAL
|Country||China, (including Hong Kong)|
|Total identified casualties||8 Find these records|
|Casualties from||First World War|
The cemetery is located behind the Hindu Temple at 1B Wong Nei Chong Road, on the opposite side from the Happy Valley Racecourse. Climb the stairs past the Hindu Temple and continue to the top terrace of the burial ground, where the large granite obelisk memorial can be found.
Throughout the First World War, Hong Kong was garrisoned by local defence and Commonwealth forces, including units of Indian infantry. This memorial takes the form of a white granite obelisk bearing the names of eight Indian soldiers whose remains were cremated in accordance with their religion.