All applicants who wish to visit the military cemetery within Terendak Camp must make contact with the Office of the Defence Advisers Kuala Lumpur (see below) at least 6 weeks prior to the planned date of the visit to be provided with the necessary form(s).

Applicants must provide:

1)     A completed SecurityClearance form; as provided by the Office of the Defence Adviser, and  

2)     A scanned, colour, copy of passport details page for all visitors

Applications will then be submitted to the Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) who require at least 30 days to process any request. The current point of contact at the Office of the Defence Adviser is:

Ms Tina Pan

Office Manager to Defence Adviser Kuala Lumpur

Tel: +603 2078 2533 ext 108


Applicants will be notified once clearance from the MAF has been received.

Terendak Military Cemetery is situated within the perimeter of Terendak Camp, Malacca. The camp was built between 1957 – 1959 and is located on the West coast approximately thirteen miles north of Malacca on the Malacca-Masjid Tanah Road. The first units of the 28th Commonwealth Infantry Brigade moved into Terendak Camp in late 1959. These New Zealand servicemen – who were actively engaged in Borneo during the period of confrontation with Indonesia from 1963 until 1966 – as well as those who fought in the Vietnamese War are among those buried here.

The cemetery is open daily from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

As Terendak Camp is a military base, specific procedures will apply if you wish to visit the cemetery.