Old Changi Hospital
One of the most haunted places in Singapore is a hospital named Old Changi Hospital. This place was constructed years ago to take care of British soldiers. Later Japanese troops took over and used the hospital to house the war prisoners. It is said that the screams and moans of these prisoners can still be heard.
A former soldier once disclosed that they were sent to march through the hospital as one of the punishments. For several years now, the place has remained completely vacated.
Location: ?24 Halton Rd, Singapore 506997, Singapore
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Amber Beacon Tower
While visiting this place, which has found its place in the list of most haunted places in Singapore, some people also claim to have found bloodstains on the steps.
Location: 920 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449875
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Choa Chu Kang Cemetery
There have been several reports from passers-by who claim that ladies try to get into their cars. Some taxi drivers even claimed that passengers traveling to the cemetery vanish when they reach the cemetery. So, if you are looking for a heavy dose of spookiness, find out more details from locals and visit the place.
Location: Chinese Cemetery Path 17, Singapore
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Changi Old Beach House
Changi Old Beach House is the place where the marked incident of the Sook Ching Massacre had taken place. Post this incident, the beach house has turned into a scary place and has found its place in the list of Haunted Places in Singapore.
Those who had visited this place after the incident have reported violence, and have witnessed wailing sound and bloodshed. Some of them have even come out of the place with scars. Those near the place at night have complained of women wailing and also hearing doors opening and shutting non-stop.
Location: Changi, Singapore
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Bukit Brown Cemetery
Another one of the well known scary places in Singapore is Bukit Brown Cemetery where you can find 100,000 traditional Chinese graves dotted in the midst of a beautiful 233ha rainforest. The place also has the 600sqm grave of 19th-century business supremo Ong Sam Leong. Bukit Brown Cemetery is the city’s oldest as well as the largest cemetery and its first grave dates back to 1833.
The cemetery also has graves of many Singaporeans as well and is also a prime spot for nature lovers and birdwatchers, with several endangered species housing in this place. Being an old cemetery and now abandoned, the place has been reported to be haunted and has a spell of spookiness about it.
Location: 36C Lor Halwa, Singapore 298637
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Nee Soon Rubber Estate
One of the scary places in Singapore that are said to be haunted by Pontianaks is Nee Soon Rubber Estate. The rubber plantation covers a vast area around Sembawang, Yishun and Seletar and the area which comes under Sembawang Park is known to be haunted by Pontianaks, the restless female vampire ghosts.
The Pontianak prefer to be on trees and love to remain on the plantation even after the area has been cleared. If you dare to take a night walk through the area, you may find one of them staring at you or even calling out to you.
Location : Sembawang, Singapore
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Neo Tiew Estate
Neo Tiew Estate was once a self-sufficient small town with two four-storey residential slab blacks with shophouses, a playground and a wet market around them. The tiny town was vacated in the early 2000s and gradually turned into ruins and soon rumors of it being haunted began to be known.
An interesting story associated with this place is that a gambler once stuck seven needles in a banana tree and forced the spirits living in the tree to provide him with the luck to win a lottery. He won the lottery but instead of removing the needles, he killed the tree and this angered the spirits. Soon after the place got added to the list of haunted places in Singapore.
Location: 151 Lim Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 719414
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Pasir Ris Tower
Pasir Ris Tower has been infamously named as the suicide tower. The place has a legend of a boy who had the power of sensing and seeing spirits once saw someone on the top of the tower and climbed to the top to get a better look at things. When he reached the top, he was pushed down by someone or something.
Several ghost hunters and locals also made similar claims of sighting people on the tower. As they approached the tower, they got a strange feeling which stopped them from proceeding further. Needless to say, the place appears on the list of scary places in Singapore.
Location: Chinese Cemetery Path 17, Singapore
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German Girl Shrine
The list of Haunted Places in Singapore also includes the small shrine of a German girl with a mysterious story. What is known of the story is that during World War 1, British troops had detained a German family but this girl had escaped but was found dead after a few days.
The story got known and people constructed a shrine of this girl around the 1970s and the girl was symbolized by a female doll that is kept at the altar till date. Local people and also tourists still visit the place and make offerings of make-up and other items to her for good fortune.
Location: Ketam Mountain Bike Park
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You can make a stop at the Bedok Reservoir, one of the scary places in Singapore. Considered as a suicide destination, the reservoir had six suicide cases between 2011 to 2012. The sixth body was found on the morning of an inter-religious blessing ceremony that had been organized to drive away the evil surrounding the area. Since then, the place is known to be haunted by these restless souls who gave their lives here.
In spite of its rumors, the place is frequented by visitors who love spending peaceful time in this spot rich with natural beauty
Location: Bedok Reservoir Road, north of Bedok New Town, Singapore
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Spooner Road used to have two blocks of HDB flats which used to serve as quarters for railway employees and their families. However, in 2011, the flats were converted into smaller units to be rented for short-term use. Soon it came to light that some of the unoccupied flats had attracted spirits to live in.
If you visit this tiny estate, named “The Most Haunted Estate in Singapore”, you will hear stories of paranormal activities faced by the locals such as whispering sounds, shuffling footsteps in the corridor etc.
Location: Spooner Road, Singapore
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Tanglin Hill Brunei Hostel
Another one of the Haunted Places in Singapore, known for strange and weird vibes is Tanglin Hill Brunei Hostel. Lying in a state of ruin lies the hostel which has been abandoned for more than 25 years.
Although nothing violent or deadly was experienced in this hostel, people visiting this place have shared their experience of unusual encounters, weird feelings and experiences such as suddenly seeing a figure standing somewhere. So, if you are faint-hearted but still want to get a dose of paranormal activities, this is the place you can visit.
Location: 40-60 Tanglin Hill, Singapore 248054
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One of the very popular haunted places in Singapore is Tekong. The place is known to be haunted by the spirits of a recruit, a white, long-haired figure, who had his intestines split out next to him and is known to be seen hanging around Jacob’s Ladder.
If you ask anyone of National Service about this tale, they will tell you in great detail their version of the story. There is another pair of ghosts, the grandma and grandson pair, who can often be seen wandering around the bunks at night to bother the recruits who are still awake.
Location: Tekong Island, Singapore
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Haw Par Villa
The Haw Par Villa which mimics the Chinese 10 courts of hell from mythologies, has wax statues that are said to be in fact real humans covered in wax. Even during the day time, the graphic presentation of this place looks rather scary and in the evening, the villa gives an eerie and creepy vibes.
These wax statues of the 10 courts of Hell area have been reported to come to life at night. The guards who watch the place at night claim to hear painful screams coming from that area at night.
Location : 262 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118628
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Old Upper Thomson Road
Drive carefully if you are traveling through Old Upper Thomson Road in Singapore. Not only is the road poorly lit and has a tricky hairpin bend, but they also are known to be haunted by the spirits of drivers who were killed on this road. There was a time between 1961 to 1974 when this road was a part of the original Singapore Grand Prix circuit and was a challenge for every driver.
When accidents and deaths in this circuit became very high, the route was discontinued. Since then, those passing through the road had claimed to have seen the ghost of the drivers killed on the road.
Location: Old Upper Thomson Road, Singapore
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