The spots listed below are some of the gorgeous places in Kuala Lumpur, however there might be possibilities that spirits are still roaming around these areas.
1. Victoria’s Institution
This school has been around for about 118 years now. During the Japanese Occupation, many British soldiers and locals were brutally tortured to death in the basement and some older buildings on the campus.
2. Highland Towers
Back in 1992, one of three-blocks collapsed which killed 48 people. Everything was left the same way since the incident.
The stories surrounding the Highland Towers are also featured prominently in sites dedicated to the paranormal like HungZai.com, ghostmsia.blogspot.com and The Paranormal Life (adamvai.blogspot.com) by social media ghost hunter Adam Vai. According to theshadowlands.net website, many have claimed that the place is haunted and voices could be heard at night
3. Kajang High School
Similar to V.I (Victoria’s Institution), Kajang HighSchool was occupied by the Japanese for the same reason.
An underground tunnel was discovered in 1971 at SMK Tinggi Kajang, better known as Kajang High School. The secret tunnel was built during the Japanese invasion and is believed to connect to other schools in the area too.
According to former students, the school is also famous for ‘ghost sightings’ due to its close proximity to a cemetery and it being the oldest school in Kajang.
4. Abandoned Bungalows in Bangsar
This is in the list because we have been hearing stories of a few haunted houses/bungalows in Bangsar. The most common folk tale story is the guard who went bonkers and murdered the kids and dumped them into the water tank.
5. Poliklinik Cheras
No one basically dares to go and check out this place. It was a government hospital that was left as it is. Based on stories told, people see “not normal people” walking around the area in the middle of the night.
6. Heritage Hotel
This hotel here is located right above the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station. It’s one of the oldest colonial buildings in Kuala Lumpur as well. There are many haunted stories that “features” this hotel and one of them is the most famous Lamborghini accident in Malaysia history. So why not check this hotel out yourself as it’s still in business.
7. Pudu Jail
This is the place where bad guys were thrown in long time ago. Based on sources, many have seen “not normal people” disappear after turning corners and voices coming from cells.
8. St. Johns Institution
This is another school similar to V.I (Victoria’s Institution). If you were to study the buildings of this school, you could draw yourself a horrifying plot
9. Karak Highway
The Karak Highway that connects Kuala Lumpur to Genting Highlands is one of the creepiest highways in Malaysia. Its dark, long, windy and accident-prone roads have attracted a host of ghost stories that send shivers down the spine of motorists who drive by.
Karak Highway was first built in 1970 and first opened to the public in 1977. This highway connects Kuala Lumpur to Karak and about 60.0 km away. This highway has a pair of tunnels in the famous resort of Genting Highlands. Among the most popular is an accident on January 20, 1990, in which 17 people were killed, including 11 people when FRU member suffered collision between a vehicle with a truck, a bus and 10 cars.