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The Haunted Amber Court: Ghosts of Malaysia

The Haunted Amber Court: Ghosts of Malaysia

Amber Court, Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands is a sought after retreat for those in Malaysia. Being situated on the peak of Mount Ulu Kali, it provides visitors with sweeping views, as well as a world-class casino, resort and theme parks. However, there is a darker side to this tourist destination, as it is home to one of the most haunted buildings in the country, known as Amber Court.

Haunted Amber Court Malaysia.
Looking up at one of the most haunted places in Malaysia.

Ghosts of Amber Court

Amber Court is a towering, though dilapidated, apartment complex hidden within the Malaysian mountainside. Just a short drive from the popular Genting Highlands resort it is mainly used as housing for staff who keep the casinos running.

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The eerie ghost towers of Amber Court in the Genting Highlands.

Over the years many have reported having paranormal encounters within the building. One of the most common forms of activity is to sight the apparition of a ghostly woman walking around the complex before disappearing into nothingness.

Security guards at the building have also seen and felt unnatural sensations around the building, especially in its lower levels and underground car park. This is likely the reason why security dislike having to monitor these particular areas of Amber Court, claiming they are too scary.

Haunted Amber Court building.
Mist enveloping the mountainside haunted building, Amber Court.

Coincidentally and rather fittingly, Amber Court was also used as the setting for a horror movie named ‘Haunted Hotel.’ Supposedly, some of the cast members on this project actually had paranormal experiences within the building during the filming. It caused them to fear Amber Court and adds more weight to the building’s haunted reputation.

Visiting the Haunted Amber Court

Amber Court is a residential apartment complex that is not able to be visited by the general public. It is also patrolled by security who don’t allow visitors entry to the building. The complex lies just a short drive from the majority of attractions in the Genting Highlands areas.

Amber Court haunted apartment complex.
Looking down at the haunted Amber Court apartment complex.

If you enjoyed this article, you may also like to learn about other haunted places in Malaysia such as the 99 Doors Mansion.

Thanks for reading!

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Comments (17)

  • henriquegouveia01

    Posted by henriquegouveia01 on January 12, 2021

    wow.
    I thought it was abandoned at first, but people actually sleep there.
    no way I would stand a night in a place looking like this lol

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on January 28, 2021

      I know, right? The Amber Court has a creepy vibe to it, especially being in the misty clouds.

  • mj

    Posted by mj on February 9, 2021

    what room did they lock off at the amber court hotel and what building was it in

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on February 10, 2021

      I don’t recall, sorry.

  • isa

    Posted by isa on March 23, 2021

    what is scary info abot the hotel what scares people away is it worse than the biltmore hotel? can you inform me?

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on April 2, 2021

      Hi Isa! Thanks for reading. There are many spooky stories about the Amber Court Hotel, yet people actually live inside the building. It is also hard to compare it to the Biltmore Hotel, as each of the buildings have their own history and folklore. Hope this helps!

  • Buddy

    Posted by Buddy on May 14, 2021

    I would stay there

  • Sean

    Posted by Sean on July 8, 2021

    When I was young I stayed there before and my mum said she heard children laughing and screaming in that hotel and I was in another room I saw something that walked past the bed I will never stay there again

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on July 10, 2021

      Wow! Thank you so much for sharing, Sean! That is so interesting.

  • Bob from Melbourne

    Posted by Bob from Melbourne on July 28, 2021

    What a horrible, dirty looking, evil place!
    I’d stay there 👀

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on August 10, 2021

      I would say it’s hauntingly beautiful. Thanks for reading.

  • Tan

    Posted by Tan on August 21, 2021

    I heard if you stay there, you might have a chance to find your soulmate

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on August 24, 2021

      Thanks for reading.

  • Garfield

    Posted by Garfield on August 24, 2021

    15 to 20 years back eventually i and a group of my friends have stayed there before. We drove 2 cars from Singapore to Genting Highlands, as it was a sudden road trip decision, we did not book any hotel in advance only to realise upon reaching that all hotel rooms were fully booked. We were told by 1 of the local to try our luck at this hotel and so we did. We managed to get a room on the 13th floor. It was like a apartment with a kitchen , living room and 2 bedroom. The apartment was full of moths. Something happen that night that creep the 7 of us which made us almost shit in our pants. We eventually check out the next day and head back to Singapore. I will never ever stay in that place again…

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on August 24, 2021

      Wow, that’s cool, thanks for sharing. Unfortunately at the time I visited the place was not able to be booked. I would have loved to stay there.

  • Randy

    Posted by Randy on August 24, 2021

    Your story isn’t accurate. The general public is allowed to stay here. It’s a hotel and an apartment complex. There’s even a Youtube video from the Free Documentary channel.

      Amy

      Posted by Amy on August 24, 2021

      During my visit in 2019, it definitely was not open to the public, and was not operating as a hotel – I was refused entry. It was a private appartment complex offering long term accomodation for workers at Genting Highland only. Members of the public were not permitted. Maybe things have changed since? Either way, I can only write about my experience.

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