I live in a HDB flat and it's very physically easy to commit suicide, i.e. just go to one of the upper floors and when nobody's around, just climb over the wall and jump!
And believe it or not, nearly ten years ago, when I was only in my mid-20s, I actually stood behind one of those walls for at least two hours, seriously contemplating jumping and nobody was around during those few hours to stop me; but I just could not bring myself to do it, probably because I was not brave enough and/or my "sixth sense" just told me that it's morally wrong to do such a thing, so that was the last time I ever seriously thought of committing suicide.
Anthony Bourdain's death has certainly made us all more introspective and melancholic. Bottom line is, life is tough. We can only make the best of it. When our time comes (and not by our own hands), we can rest for all eternity