1. Old Changi Hospital – Singapore
Considered the most haunted spot in Asia, this was once a military hospital. The morgue is particularly a hot spot for ghost sightings (most of time the apparitions are headless). Recently, plans have been drawn out to convert the area into a spa resort…I probably wouldn’t go, even if someone paid me.
2. Lipe Island – Thailand
Lipe Island is inhabited by the Chao-Le, an ethnic group, nicknamed the “Gypsies of the Sea”. They believe that their island is full of rowdy spirits and tourists who visit this island claim that they can feel the presence of invisible forces during their stay. Residents are apparently able to appease these spirits with offerings of cupcakes and cold strawberry softdrinks.
3. Tao Dan Public Park – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
This park is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young man who is looking for his lover. Years ago, a couple was attacked in the area. The man was killed.
4. Victoria Institution, KL, Malaysia (A School)
- This place used to be a torture chamber for captured soldiers and civilians by the Japanese during WWII. Apparitions are occasionally sighted during both day and night. Violent possessions among the students have been recorded.
5. Manila Film Center – Pasay City, Phillipines.
Back in the 80s, this building was rushed into construction in order to meet the deadline for a film festival. An accident occured which claimed the lives of several construction workers. The contractors had concrete poured over their remains in order to stick to the schedule. Today, strange voices are heard throughout the film center. Attempts to appease the spirits have yet succeeded.
6. Yu Shan Fan Dian – Chengde, China
The ghost of a woman wearing an empress outfit from the ancient times (speculated to be the Dowager Empress Cixi) was reportedly sighted by guests tending to her former gardens.
7. Tuen Mun Road – Hong Kong (This kind of freaks me out, because I live in Tuen Mun.)
This road is known for a high death toll that is attributed to ghosts who wander about the area. Apparently they pop out of nowhere, causing numerous accidents.
8. Mount Everest
The ghost of climber Andrew Irvine, who died in his attempt to reach the top back in 1924 appears in the tents of other climbers, giving them confidence in their ascent.
9. Bhangarh Fort – Rajasthan, India
This fort is claimed to be the most haunted place in India. Legend has it that tantrik placed a curse on the area with death without rebirth. Regardless of whether this is true or not, authorities have banned everyone from staying inside this fort after sunset.
Do you have what it takes to explore these haunted place? If you’re a thrill-seeking tourist, try and test your bravado with these spectral sites. Just make sure nothing follows you home from your trip.
More horrible places can be found here: http://blog.ningin.com/2009/10/30/ningin-halloween-special-travel-guide-to-scary-asia/