The Thai-Chinese ware cemetery is a stark contrast to the Allied cemetery right next to it. Unlike the well manicured uniformity of the western graveyard, the Thai-Chinese cemetery is a mix of styles, from pure Chinese graves in round mounds to more Thai styled small chedi reliquaries. Aside from the almost haphazard layout, the Chinese graveyard is also much less well kept that the Allied cemetery. It also seems to be much less visited.
Very little information is available about the graveyard. There are no signs or any indication of how many are interred here, although around 100,000 local conscripts died in the construction of the death railway.