On the border of a little town in Vietnam there is a graveyard.
Hidden behind a labyrinth of streets in An Bang village is Tomb City.
Inching past the muddy farm houses and derelict hotels, the burial site is home to thousands of graves.
In Vietnam, to bury a loved one in tomb filled with splendour is not only a sign of respect but also stands as an unusual hierarchy structure.
With each tomb costing up to $150,000 U.S. dollars, the burial sites are a far cry from an engraved stone and a bunch of flowers.