Ready to get spooked out?
Allegedly or really haunted, who knows? That is, until you see something for yourself. Check out some of the spookiest haunted places in Singapore you probably didn’t know about.
This former British hospital has stood vacant for many years and it is a popular place for urban adventurers to explore for paranormal activities in hopes to experience the sightings (and sounds) of the World War II casualties for themselves.
NEXT: Bukit Brown Cemetery →
This old Chinese cemetery has been around since the 1920s, and apparently there have been accounts of female ghosts called pontianaks, believed to be spirits of women who died while pregnant or during childbirth in Malaysian and Indonesian mythology, laughing and shrieking in the dead of night. Yikes.
NEXT: Haw Par Villa →
The Ten Courts of Hell exhibition may be more than a diorama. We’re not saying it comes alive but it does exude an aura of eeriness once the sun sets, according to people. Good thing the theme park closes at 7pm!
NEXT: Pulau Tekong →
Every Singaporean son has or will live on this offshore island at one point of time in their lives as part of their National Service (NS) and they almost often have a creepy story or two to tell of their time here.
NEXT: Fort Canning Hill →
Given the hill’s ancient history dating back to many centuries ago, it is no wonder this place is rife with ghostly encounters. Some joggers and visitors have had those after dark so you might want to limit your visits to daylight hours.
NEXT: East Coast Park →
Legend has it that this hot family destination is the home of a female ghost. Years ago, a female was gang-raped and murdered near this amber beacon tower, and her spirit haunts the place to this day. Joggers have claimed to hear screams for help or spot a female figure near this tower.
NEXT: Bedok Reservoir →
Runners are plenty at Bedok Reservoir, especially at night when it’s breezy and relaxing. As are the ghosts – Bedok Reservoir has seen many chilling deaths over the years, and the spirits of the dead linger.
NEXT: Old Changi Hospital →
The Finder Kids‘ Trick-or-Treat Halloween Hunt at Cluny Court is back for its 2nd edition this year! We’re bringing this spook-tastic holiday to one of our fave malls in Singapore for you and your little ones. Activities include trick-or-treating, glitter tattoos, and more; complete fun challenges to redeem prizes, and win big in the lucky draw. Find out more here, and register here. P.S. NOT haunted, in case you were worried!
NEXT: Old Changi Hospital →
For more Lion City spooky tales, check out Singapore Paranormal Investigators. And if you would like to share your personal experiences related to ghosts, psychic or paranormal activities, the Supernatural Cultural Series might just be what you are looking for. Get more details here!
By Muneerah Bee and Pinky Chng, last updated September 2017
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