Photos and videos of Kopi-O's gravestone and his grave were provided by a Mothership.sg reader who personally visited the grave.
Following Kopi-O's death on Feb. 3, he was buried on the offshore island at an undisclosed location.
Details of his grave were scant, as Kopi-O's owner had requested for space to mourn privately.
Close to a week after Kopi-O's passing, Mothership.sg understands that the dog's owner is allowing the public to visit the final resting place.
Owner allows public visits
To get to Kopi-O's final resting place, visitors have to look for a taxi driver on Pulau Ubin, who goes by the name Ah Koh.
Ah Koh drives a van, which has the PU160 plate number, and he would be the designated driver to bring visitors there.
Kopi-O's final resting place beside the water
Kopi-O's final resting place is beside a water body, according to a video showing its location.
Kopi-O was known to have no qualms immersing himself in puddles of water or in the sea, as he was an outgoing dog who stuck by his human companions.
Following Kopi-O's death, he was buried promptly by his owner and other Ubin residents in an unadorned grave.
On Feb. 9, the Mothership.sg reader provided an update about a gravestone being made for Kopi-O and brought to the island.
A private ritual was held, which included offering meat and incense to Kopi-O.
The official birth and death dates indicate that Kopi-O was about two years and four months old -- six days shy of being two years and five months old.
Background on Kopi-O's death
Kopi-O, who has a legal owner, was a community dog on Pulau Ubin.
He died after he was believed to have been involved in a hit-and-run accident with a taxi on Feb. 3, 2021.
Island residents were so desperate to save Kopi-O that they brought him to a vet on mainland Singapore, but to no avail.
Kopi-O's reputation as the friendliest dog on the island was well-earned.
He left a lasting impression on many of the island's visitors, who became enamoured by his disarming and loving ways as he made friends with everyone and hiked long distances.
Following Kopi-O's passing and as news of his demise made it online, tributes poured in with Ubin visitors sharing photos and videos of Kopi-O, as well as commending him for being human-friendly, loyal and accommodating.
Kopi-O is survived by two siblings, Teh-O and Teh-C.
Following his burial, Kopi-O's brother Teh-O, was spotted mourning him atop his sibling's grave.
All media via Mothership.sg reader