The Tomb of Chen Jhong-he (Chinese: 陳中和墓; pinyin: Chén Zhōnghé Mù) is a cemetery of a prominent businessman Chen Jhong-he in Lingya District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Chen Jhong-he was a rose to prominence during the end of Qing Dynasty and early Japanese rule of Taiwan which made him one of the most important entrepreneur and wealthy businessman.
He passed away in 1916 and the construction of his tomb started in 1930. After five years of construction work, the tomb was completed in 1935. The tomb covers an area of 2,235 hectares adopting a Fujian style of tomb construction and combines both Japanese and Western Baroque style from the Japanese rule period.