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Abandoned Places in Singapore

Choa Chu Kang Cemetery, Keramat Bukit Kasita, Upper Thomson Sec School, Old Changi Hospital, Istana Woodneuk, Keppel Hill Reservoir, Neo Tiew Estate, Chee Guan Chiang House and Many more.

Being a country with major scarcity of land, there are a lot of abandoned places in Singapore. These places are known for their history, haunter stories and some sacred beliefs that have been passed down through generations.  So swirl in your head around the area of Lim Chu Kang and discover the spooky banana tree stories by local people, or discover the forgotten land as you hike your way through the dense forest of Singapore. One will be able to relish the beautiful panoramic views from the hike's peak point.

Among all the abandoned places in Singapore, Syonan Jinja is known as one of the most sacred places with major Japanese history from the era of World War II. There is a lot of history hidden in  these abandoned places such as the famous Old Changi Hospital and its roaming nurse story, and Marsiling Tunnels unfolding the facts of hidden military bunkers.

Here are the list of abandoned places in Singapore:

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01

Syonan Jinja

One of the most holy abandoned places in Singapore, Syonan Jinja was a Shinto shrine built by Japanese troops during World War II. The place was built in a traditional Japanese style with tonnes of stones and trees, laboured by almost 20,000 allied war prisoners. Beside all the efforts the shrine was demolished by the Japanese troops themselves, in fear of desecration by British troops.

There are only some ruins of the shrine left on the 1000-acre large forest land left behind. The place has been closed to the general public and has been declared National Heritage by the government of Singapore.  Still, many locals till today illegally try to explore the ruins in search of the abandoned shrine by exploring through forests of MacRitchie Reservoir.

Highlights- The shrine was a symbol for Shinto culture,  Popular for the famous ‘nurse ghost’ video.

Location-
MacRitchie Reservoir

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02

Old Changi Hospital

One of the most popular abandoned places in Singapore is Old Changi Hospital, a British military camp turned into a general hospital. The place has been remodeled many times throughout history, hence, it contains various rumours about its existence.

The place has been abandoned  by the general public but is  known to be used by ghosts and some satanists performing various demonic activities. The place has 3 rumoured underground torture chambers, it is believed that spirits of those toutured people roam around the hospital till day, thus, it is kept empty for now by the government. But one can still explore and feel this place through an advanced ‘online 360 view’ portal.

Highlights- But, recently the place has been considered for a government project to turn this place into a stargazing observatory.

Location- 24 Halton Road, Singapore 506997, Singapore

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Istana Woodneuk

One of the most tricky abandoned places in Singapore is the palace of Instana Woodneuk. Built in the late 19th century the place has been through tough climatic conditions and yet still stands on its feet perfectly strong. The place was once rebuilt in 1935 and has been abandoned since the attack by Japanese during World War II.

The palace still has all the equipment intact, staircases, tired walls, and even a dreadly chair sitting right in the middle of the stairway. The place is filled with graffiti drawn by local artists, some have impressive messages and some just showcase ceremonial haven for Pagan worship. The place is not open to the public anymore and is punishable by law to enter illegally.

Highlights- A part of the place was used to film the famous ‘Crazy Rich Asian’ movie.

Location- 766 Tyersall Ave, Singapore 257699

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04

Neo Tiew Estate

The spooky list of abandoned places in Singapore is incomplete without Neo Tiew Estate. Built in 1979 the estate is named after the famous businessman Neo Tiew, known for his contribution in the development of the area Lim Chu Kang. The place was vacated after World War II, when the local residents moved to nearby modern cities.

 The small public housing area with 3-storeyed flats and a wet playground, visitors can look through a slice of the estate by taking a serene bus ride through Lim Chu Kang on service 975. This Bus ride will take you past by the estate, with rumoured haunted stories about the angry spirits of the banana tree.

Highlights- The place is currently used for FIBUA (Fighting in Built-Up Areas) training by the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).

Location- Neo Tiew Road Singapore

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05

Keppel Hill Reservoir

From all the abandoned places in Singapore, this hill reservoir was abandoned from the maps of Singapore only. Rediscovered in the year 2014 the place has been taken over by mother nature, offering a one of a lifetime adventurous hiking trip. In the past the place was used to be camped by Japanese troops and was known for the mysterious death of two soldiers.

Since then the place was not used much and was forgotten by the maps of Singapore because of its less coverage  area. Today the place is used for tourists purpose with a special hike taking travelers through Seah Im Carpark, The Hidden Seah Im Bunker, Keppel Hill Reservoir, A Mysterious Japanese Tomb, and Secret scenic spot at Mount Faber.

Highlights- Adventurous 2.8 km hike into the dense forest.

Location- Keppel Hills, Singapore

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06

Tanglin Hill Brunei Hostel

The Tanglin Hill Brunei Hostel is one of the most trespassed abandoned places in Singapore by the locals. The place was built in the 50s for accommodation purposes for Bruneian students in Singapore. The place was a lively dormitory but in 1983 it was closed due to lack of students. The place has been owned by the Bruneian people till date and is forbidden for public visits.

 But, many curious explorers trespassed the fences and went on their own trip. One can find graffiti art covering the halls of the dormitory and others have also seen some supernatural activities such as scattering moving sounds of objects, strange footsteps noises, etc. Many hantu hunters have been inside the place in search of evidence.

Highlights- Abandoned hostel with graffiti art and photographic corners.

Location- 7A Tanglin Hill, Singapore 248042

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Jurong Railway Line singapore

A railway track in the list of abandoned places in Singapore is something unique. Discover a railway track that has been forgotten by the country since the 1990s, here one can roam around and capture the beautiful aesthetic areas, created by mother nature. The place has three major photographic spots, which can be used for professional nature photography.

 For some countryside vibes one can choose a walk in the pretty Sunset Way Railway Tracks , which is also one of the original tracks used for good exchange between Singapore and Malaysia. Another spot includes some light hiking through the Truss Bridge leading to deserted tunnels of Clementi Road, making it one of the most exciting parts of the whole Jurong Railway trip.

Highlights- hike around Sunset Way Railway Tracks, Truss Bridge, and abandoned tunnel near Clementi Road.

Location- 48 Sunset Way, Singapore 597074

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08

Cashin House

One of the  most beautiful abandoned places of Singapore is Cashin House, built in 1906 by Henry Cashin also known as the Pier. The house was used for trading purposes and was later used as a weekend getaway by Howard Edmund Cashin till the year 2009. Since then the place has been abandoned and was recently declared that it may be becoming a part of the Lim Chu Kang Nature Park project.

The place has an amazing ambiance with starry night sky and high tide waves splashing at the bottom of the pier. The resort-like house has all the modern amenities. 

Highlights- Soon to open as a part of Lim Chu Kang Park for the public eye.

Location- Lim Chu Kang, Singapore

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09

Chee Guan Chiang House

One of the most devious abandoned places in Singapore is the Chee Guan Chiang House, built in the 1930s. The grand bungalow has been rotting in one of the most developed areas of the town. The place has been ignored between the legal battles that continued from the 1960s to 2008.

It has all the modern amenities and is designed by the famous architect Ho Kwong Yew, known for his art deco style architecture. The bungalow is owned by Lee Tat, and is restricted for the public eye. Still, there have been many trespassing on the property.

Highlights-  The place has been restored by the government and is not opened for the common public.

Location- 25 Grange Road, Chee Guan Chiang House, Singapore.

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10

Upper Thomson Sec School

One of the most sly abandoned places in Singapore is the Upper Thomson Sec. School, where thousands of students have lived their school life. The school was converted into Stellar institute but it was soon closed in the year 1997. The building has been abandoned since then and has gained itself many spirited stories, as the road on which it is situated is known for its haunting adventure.

 To recover the image of the school many alumni came forward and shared their experiences on a facebook page. But an abandoned building with a street history of ghost stories is more likely to fall for the trap of being called a haunted place.

Highlights- The building is open for the public to explore as there are no barriers installed.

Location- 821 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 787104

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Former Criminal Investigation Department (CID) HQ

One of the most thrilling abandoned places in Singapore is the Former Criminal Investigation Department (CID) HQ, which has been vacant since 1996. The former five-storey building has been a major tourist attraction and was considered by many event companies for hosting various events like halloween parties, etc.

An empty space always has its own haunted rumours and this building is no exception. Many say that the ground level cellular jail has been hearing screaming voices of the criminals who committed suicide. Some also say that one of the investigating officers shot himself on the third floor of the building, and his spirit still protects that corridor.  The place has been handed over to companies that are majoring in arts and sculptures.

Highlights- Rumoured to be haunted by ghosts of former criminals ,Open for the public to explore the abandoned building.

Location- Former Criminal Investigation Department (CID) HQ, Singapore

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12

Keramat Bukit Kasita

Keramat Bukit Kasita is one of the few places in Singapore that represent the pre-colonial history of the country. The sacred place is said to be holding around 200 tombs where around 50 devotees every month from around Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia come and pay their respects.

 Historians have been debating about the existence of the oldest tomb dating back to 1721, if it really belongs to that era or not. Visitors come here for meditation purposes as well, it is believed that if you meditate here there are higher chances of one to attain enlightenment.

Highlights- A sacred hill providing evidence of the Malay royalty.

Location-  532 Kampong Bahru Rd 099456 Singapore

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Choa Chu Kang Cemetery

The only working cemetery in Singapore is Choa Chu Kang Cemetery, which was opened in 1974. The Government of Singapore took away the land of the previous two cemeteries known as Orchard and Thomson Road cemetery, and the remains were transferred to Choa Chu Kang cemetery.

The place accepts all religious sections of the cemetery.  Chinese, Christian, Ahmadiyya Jama'at, Muslim, Parsi, Bahá?í, Jewish, Hindu, and Lawn are some of the cemerteries inlcuded in this space. The place does not welcome any visitors for a leisure trip.

Highlights- Only working cemetery of Singapore

Location- Singapore Downtown, Central, Singapore

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14

Singapore Quarry Wetland

One of the most beautiful abandoned places in Singapore is the famous Singapore Quarry Wetland, where visitors can enjoy and have a relaxed time. This is the only abandoned place where one can find peace, as the place offers a serene walk through the boardwalk by the lake. While enjoying your walk one can discover marine life  in the lake, which includes local fishes and sweet little turtles. 

Not many people know about this place, so to reach here one should consider some local residents' help, as the place is a little tricky to reach. For all the influencers wanting to show something sacred on their social media, this is surely a right place for visit.

Highlights- small picnic spot by the wetland.

Location- Singapore Quarry Wetland, Singapore

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15

Marsiling Tunnels — World War II

The most exciting abandoned places in Singapore is this amazing hidden Marsiling tunnel. The place is known for its adventurous hike surrounded by all types of crawlers. Visitors can explore the whole area with guided tours and a full gear set-up as hikers have to do some heavy duty while exploring the place.

 One will come across the hidden bunkers, which were once used as storage rooms for oil supplies, but were left empty after the country's independence.   Always remember to put on your headlights as the bunkers down have no source of light and are filled with poisonous insects and reptiles.

Highlights- one of the most adventurous hike within the Marsiling Tunnels

Location- Admiralty Rd W, Singapore

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  1. Which are the historical abandoned places in Singapore?

    1. Istana Woodneuk- The palace of Istana Woodneuk is one of the most historical abandoned places in Singapore. This palace was built for the fourth wife of the Sultan of Johor, and is still owned by the former royal family, and has been abandoned for over 50 years now. The rustic vibes of the palace gives chills to its visitors, decorated with deteroid amenities such as staircase and wooden chairs. 

    2. Syonan Jhinja -
    The famous Shinto shrine is one of the most religious and historic abandoned places in Singapore. The place was an important symbol for Japanese troops fighting in World War II. The place has been declared as National Heritage by the government of Singapore.

    3. Marsiling Tunnels- World War II- 
    A  ride into the past of Singapore in the Marsiling Tunnel, where one can hike through their way into the adventurous tunnels and hidden bunkers. Follow the history of their pitch black bunkers, and trails as you walk through the railway of the past, and know more about the contribution of Singapore in World War II as you climb down the tunnels of history.

    4. Neo Tiew Estate-
    The famous estate has been a remembrance for all the historical development one man can do for the community. The place has been converted into FIBUA (Fighting in Built-Up Areas) training by the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).

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  2. Which are the best hidden places in Singapore?

    1. Singapore Quarry Wetland- Singapore Quarry Wetland is one of the best hidden gems of the country. This place has only been discovered by some local residents and is unknown to the general public. Tourits should use the help of locals to reach here as the route is not clear on online platforms. Hidden in the rural forest of the country, it provides a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere, where one can enjoy boardwalks by the lake and spot fishes and turtles. 

    2. Raffles Marina Lighthouse-
    Singapore’s rare lighthouse sighting can be found at Raffles Marina Lighthouse. This place is not crowded as it has kept itself very hidden from the general public eye. The curiosity of a local person led him towards this lighthouse. The place offers peaceful sightings with colorful sunset sky by the lake witnessing Tuas Second Link bridge beside it.

    3. Istana Woodneuk-
    One of the most haunted and hidden places in Singapore, Istana Woodneuk is known for its spooky and rustic vibes. It is filled with graffiti arts and is decorated with ancient items. The place is not open for the general public eye. 

    4. Marsiling Tunnels- World War II-
    The famous historic Marsiling Tunnels- World War II invites you to explore the hidden underground bunker used by the Japanese military during World War II. The place offers adventurous hikes and solid history facts of colonial Singapore.

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  3. How to reach Singapore?

    By Air- The main airport of Singapore is Changi Airport, connecting all the international flights with numerous countries. This airport connects flights from  New York, London, Shanghai, Paris, Sydney, Delhi, and many more. Singapore has regular traffic coming in from  Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and North America. 

    By Road-
    Connecting the island of Malaysia and mainland of Asia there are two Singapore causeways to provide a by road travel experience. Regular buses are also operated by SBS and Causeway Link. 

    By Train- 
    Singapore is well connected through railway tracks with Malaysia, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur, and an extended route track with Bangkok. The Eastern and Oriental Express are the two luxury trains connecting Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. 

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    December- June is the best time to visit Singapore, as during this time the place has consistent little showers of rain, making the weather pleasant and scenic. 
    If you enjoy the dry season with the least amount of rain, the lowest humidity, and the most sunshine, then one should visit Singapore between February- April.

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