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Singapore: Creepy Tales of World War II and Cemetery Tour4 Reviews
Explore the creepiest places in Singapore at night with a guide and ghost hunting equipment. Hear spooky stories about World War II and visit several creepy places, including a Chinese cemetery with over 100,000 tombs, on a tour not for the faint-hearted.
- Explore spooky places in Singapore at night with a guide
- Hear about the horrors of World War II in Singapore
- Walk around a cemetery with candles and ghost hunting equipment
- Test your courage in the dark in creepy places with a battlefield background
- Prepare yourself for what you will hear, feel, and probably see on this tour
DescriptionBegin the night on a hill where one of the last and fiercest battles of World War II went down. To get there is no easy feat and you’ll have to walk along a bridge on a secluded and quiet hill. Rumor has it that many have lost their lives there. If you dare, keep your eyes on the surroundings as you make your way there. At the top of the trail, your guide will share the ghastly story of a local war hero with you. Next, head to a coastal-defence gun near a beach, a place where the Japanese possibly massacred thousands of innocent people during the Sook Ching operation. To get to the site, you’ll have to walk in complete darkness. Be sure to keep close, keep your head down, and don’t call anyone by name. Once there, learn how the Japanese tried to suss out the spies and the gruesome stories of how they dealt with them. The last walk will be down one of the world's largest Chinese cemeteries. It’s estimated to house over 100,000 tombs and has been abandoned since its closure in 1973. During the walk, see the difference between a Hokkien and a Teochew tombstone, the Paupers’ Section, and hear some interesting stories about those buried there.
IncludesTransport between creepy locations Professional guide Candles and torches
- This tour is not for the faint-hearted or people who are afraid of the dark