Haw Par Villa Singapore – The bizarre Amusement Park

Haw Par Villa Singapore – The bizarre Amusement Park

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Probably every child dreams of visiting Disney, meeting Mickey and Co., and spending a day full of fairy tales and adventures. Wouldn’t it be amazing to combine that with learning something useful for their lives? For Instance, learning about what punishment it will receive in his afterlife for every sin it commited while being alive? 
Luckily, the Chinese Culture has thought about that and included valuable lessons into their tales and folklore. 
So, if you want your child to learn in a fun way (and traumatize it for life), Haw Par Villa Singapore is the place to go! 😉

But even for people traveling without kids, this amusement park can be a welcome diversion from other theme parks around the world due to its bizarre statues and figures. 

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Entrance Fee

Believe it or not, the entrance to Haw Par Villa is free of charge. It was never easier to bring sleepless nights to your youngsters.

How to get to Haw Par Villa?

The probably easiest way is to go by MRT (Metro). The exit of the Haw Par Villa Station on the Circle line is directly next to the entrance of the park.  

How much time to spend there?

For a whole tour through the park, you might need around 1 1/2 – 2 hours.

Haw Par Villa History

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Haw Par Villa Singapore I Amusement Park I Bizarre I Creepy I Southeast Asia I vickiviajaIs the Haw Par Villa Haunted?

Several security guards of the Haw Par Villa reported that the place comes to life at night.
Some of them even claim that the statues shown are actually dead humans covered in wax.
There are even guards leaving little presents for the statues, such as food and cigarettes in order to keep them from attacking them.
Whether those are actual opinions or just a marketing trick is left to your imagination. 😉

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1 thought on Haw Par Villa Singapore – The bizarre Amusement Park

  1. This is the weirdest thing I have ever seen. Seems like a great way to spend 2 hours. It would probably be a good idea to go with a local who actually knows all the story to get a better understanding of Chinese folklore.

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