Asia doesn’t disappoint if you are interested in reading on some of the haunted locations that can be found throughout this continent. There are plenty of sites that can be explored throughout various countries, such as Korea, Malaysia, Fiji, Bangladesh, Indonesia, as well as Indonesia. Below you will find a variety of tales dealing with ghosts and other odd occurrences.
In South Korea, you will encounter a motel referred to as “CF.” Here, the night brings strange events, such as room lights turning on by themselves, as well as the occurrence of odd phone calls that spook out the guests. It has been documented that guests have experienced the sound of their room doors opening on their own.
The Parliament House located in Suva, Fiji, has a recording of a ghost that was captured by one of their security cameras. The ghost so frightened the Prime Minister that he ordered an exorcism to be performed during 1997. Tokyo is the location where a young boy is said to create a stir and rise in poltergeist activity within a neighborhood. A mountain area in Tokyo offers tales of a ghost, who has a reputation of kidnapping young children. It is believed that in China, there are a husband and wife couple that enter private homes and disturb the sleep, birthing and lovemaking acts of the occupants.
Kuala Lumpur, which can be found in Malaysia, offers a variety of haunted locations. One of the more affluent neighborhoods is called Bukit (Hill) Tunku, which produces a feeling of unease. It is said that a ghost on a motorcycle can be spotted in the area. The Poliklinik Cheras in Cheres, which was a government hospital in Kuala Lumpur, is known for its ghost of a patient who died on the premises. The Genting Highlands Resort is a popular resort and casino that can be found on the top of a hill. It is also a site where many suicides have been committed. Some claim to have seen a man jumping from the rooftop of the hotel. The unsettling spirits within the hotel are so strong that some rooms are not booked, no matter how high the demand is for accommodations.
In Bangladesh, the Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka, is the location where reports have surfaced regarding the ghost of a man who has the head and feet of a horse. Sometimes visions of a congregation praying can be sighted at 3am, when no prayer times are held. Throughout the canals, marshes and riverbanks of Jajira in Shariatpur is the site of an odd occurrence. Red fire balls that resemble the size of a tennis ball have been spotted. The term “fire devil” has been given to apparitions that display this feature.
In Indonesia, Jakarta is the location where a young lady was raped on the Ancol Bridge, where she was then killed. It is said that her ghost can be seen wandering about at night. The old Jeruk Purut Cemetery is where you may catch a glimpse of the headless priest who roams about the area with his dog, who never left his side. The copy room on the 13th floor at the Tarumanagara University in Jakarta is home to a spirit whose head can be seen floating in the air.
Afghanistan’s Tajikistan border, located in the Hindu Kush Mountains is where you will find what is referred to as the “Ail,” which are unknown entities that resemble women. When left alone, they will not cause trouble, but when provoked, they can become quite violent.