Most creepiest places in Asia you can visit

Most creepiest places in Asia you can visit
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If you find the Singapore-based Halloween attractions too mild, then these six creepy attractions overseas might just send chills down your spine.

Once built for fun and relaxation, there are a few resorts out there which have seen its glory days end, and became abandoned and derelict.

According to Skyscanner, the Hachijo Royal Hotel in Japan is one such location. This resort stands in a semi-tropical island located in the south of Tokyo and was once promoted as the "Hawaii of Japan".

The attraction didn't managed to have a strong hold on the local tourists as people started to head out of the country to have a vacation.

Due to the warm climate, the abandoned resort started to deteriorate and Skyscanner reported that the locals believe the site is haunted.

Other than creepy holiday stays, there are also other sites which are touted as some of the most scariest places in Asia.

Just the name of Gonjiam Psychiatric Hospital in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea is creepy enough to scare any brave soul. The hospital was operational until 1995 and has since been closed down.

Located in the middle of a secluded Forest, Skyscanner said stepping into the premises is like going into the set of a horror film. Rusty bed frames, vandalised walls and decaying machines can be found throughout the building.

Legend has it, according to Skyscanner, that Gonjiam shut down due to its patients dying mysteriously.

Bangkok is known as a hot tourist spot for many Singapore travellers - but right smack in the heart of the city lies a haunted apartment building.

The building was meant to be a 49-storey luxurious apartment but due to the Asian financial crisis in the late 1990s, it was never completed.

Dubbed the "Ghost Tower", Zuji said that even locals don't venture inside, though photo enthusiasts have been known to enter the building to capture the panoramic views of the city at the top floors.

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