Top 9 Most Haunted Places in Asia

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I stumbled upon these places while I was searching for some haunted places to blog about and guess what? Malaysia actually made it to the top 9 most haunted places in Asia! Take a wild guess on what’s the place before reading is on and see for yourself if you have guessed correctly.

While these places are not chronically arranged, if you are a trill seeker, perhaps you might one to drop by on one of these top most haunted places in Asia if you are visiting the said country

Tao Dan Public Park in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam
This park is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young man looking for his lover. Many years ago, a couple was attached in this area and the man was killed while the girlfriend was repeatedly raped

Lipe Island, Thailand
Lipe Island is located in the Andaman sea and is a habitat for an ethnic group called Chao-Le who are also known as the “Gypsies of the Sea”. The Chao-Le still strongly cling on the animist beliefs and believe that their island is full of rowdy spirits called ha-too. Tourists there claim that they feel the presence of invisible forces and the residents there are said to appease the spirits with offerings of cupcakes and cold strawberry fizzy drinks. Perhaps you may want to drop by and feel some for yourself

Mount Everest
This tallest mountain is also known to be haunted by the ghost of a climber Andrew Irvine who died in his attempt to reach the top in 1924. His spirit still visits the tents of other climbers giving them confidence in their ascent.

Tuen Mun Road, Hong Kong
This is a highway that records a terrible number of road accidents since 1978. Drivers that were involved in the road accident would claim that they saw ghosts who would suddenly appear in front of their cars causing them to violently swerve to avoid hitting them

Yu Shan Fan Dian in Chengde, China
Yu Shan Fan Dian is built in Chengde, the north of Beijing which boasts a 220 hotel rooms located beside the Yangtze River which is popular for summer holidays. The ghost of the empress Dowager Cixi is said to be sighted by guests where she would be tending her former gardens. These sightings usually occur both inside the hotel and on one of the balconies

Bhangarh Fortin Rajasthan, India
This fort is said to be the most haunted places in India. Legend has it that a tantrick placed a curse on the area with death without rebirth. I’m not too sure if this is true or not, perhaps someone could verify for me that it is said that authorities have banned everyone from staying inside the fort after sunset.

Manila Film Center in Pasay City, Philippines
Manila Film Center is said to be rushed into construction to meet the deadline for a film festival back in the 1980’s. Due to that an accident happened and claimed lives of several construction workers. It is said that the contractors poured concrete over the remains in order to stick to the schedule. Today, you can hear strange voices throughout the Film Center and so far, none of the attempts to appease the spirits have succeeded.

Old Changi Hospital, Singapore
I’m sure you have read of this under Most Haunted Places in Singapore and needless to say, this Old Changi Hospital is known as a military hospital before it was closed down. The morgue is said to be the popular spot for sightings of headless ghost or feetless ghosts.

Last by not least,

Victoria Institution in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia
Our very own famous haunted school which used to be a torture chamber for captured soldiers and civilians during the Japanese Occupation in World War II. Many have claimed to see ghosts sighted both day and night and it is common to have violet possessions among students recorded. Calling all Ex or current Victoria Students, care to rebuke or reconfirm this statement?

Source from http://blog.asiahotels.com/nine-haunted-places-in-asia/

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