99 Door Mansion: Most Haunted Place in Malaysia

Penang, Malaysia

Malaysia’s 99 Door Mansion is an urban explorers dream! An intact gloriously constructed mansion that has been left to decay for decades. It remains surrounded by an overgrown plantation, securing the privacy of the ruin. Yet, many refuse to enter or even approach this abandoned mansion for its dark connections to the supernatural world. The 99 Door Mansion was built during the 1800s by the wealthy Ramsden family. On a chance, this family moved to […]

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Laperal White House: Baguio’s Haunted House

Baguio, Philippines

Ask anyone local to Baguio city about ghosts and one notorious house will creep into the conversation. Known locally as the Laperal White House, this place has gained a reputation for striking fear into the hearts of many. Its existence came about during the 1920s when a well-to-do family decided to build a summer getaway house. The Laperal’s set their sights on Baguio, being the Philippine’s premium Summer getaway, and constructed a majestic pure white […]

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Haunted and Abandoned School: Danau Perdana

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur is a pristine city tainted by a dangerous eyesore that was once a place of learning. The former Danua Perdana School is today closed off, surrounded by a protective fence displaying warnings to those who dare enter. The structural integrity of this abandoned former school is questionable, yet it is the ghostly legends that surround the building which really strike fear into the hearts of many. The SK Danau Perdana was closed down […]

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Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal: Haunted Ruin in Delhi, India

Delhi, India

Lying in a part of Delhi, notably slower paced from the speeding city around it, is a notorious ruin. The Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal is a 14th century abandoned hunting lodge that was constructed by royalty. Today it is engulfed by a serene parkland, though many years ago it was surrounded by a dense forest plentiful in-game and ideal for royal hunting expeditions. The fortress is believed to have been built by King Tughlaq, though […]

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Changi Beach: Massacre, Executions and Haunting

Singapore, Singapore

Changi Beach is an idyllic stretch of white sand, clear water and is dotted with palm trees. While its appearance looks pristine and inviting, its history tells a different story. WWII lead to Singapore becoming occupied by the Japanese. The war was to trigger many terrible events including the Sook Ching Massacre, which was arguably one of the most heinous to occur in Singapore. The name of this massacre literally translates to ‘cleansing purge’ and […]

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The Haunted Malinta Tunnel: War and Ghosts in the Philippines

Corregidor Island, Philippines

Corregidor Island sits off the coast of the Philippines and was a strategic place to hold during WWII. The island was seen as the key to Manila, sitting just within its bay. Resultedly it was fought over by both the US and Japanese military, who both managed to secure the island at differing times. Being a place that was so brutally ravaged by war, Corregidor Island saw mass amounts of bloodshed and death. The island […]

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Old Diplomat Hotel: Most Haunted Place in Baguio

Baguio, Philippines

A haunting and notorious reminder to the dark past that once shrouded the Philippines exists in the form of the Old Diplomat Hotel. This domineering building stands proud as the former Dominican Hill Retreat House, built back in 1913. It was constructed as a place of peace for local friars and nuns to inhabit, but it was destined to become something truly evil. WWII saw the Japanese invade the Philippines and seize Baguio from the […]

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Crag Hotel: Abandoned Film Set in Penang

Penang, Malaysia

Towering over Malaysia on a side of Penang Hill which is rarely visited, sits a withering set of buildings linked to a very rich history. Some of these buildings date back to the late 1800s and have served many functions throughout their lives including a hotel, private residence, a school and even a film set. The site, which is best known as the Crag Hotel, is well hidden and difficult to access due to stray […]

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