See a spirited side of the South Korean capital you won’t find in the tourism brochures on this evening ghost tour in Seoul. Follow your guide on a meandering walk through Seoul’s hidden alleyways and hear tales to send shivers down your spine! Visit Gyeonghuigung Palace, the most haunted place in South Korea, discover hidden secrets in Pimatgol Alley, explore the birthplace of Korean independence at Tapgol Park and more.
Night owls who enjoy the spooky side of their travels won’t want to miss this haunted ghost tour of Kyoto. If you dare, you’ll walk through a little-known side of the city. Get past the tourist traps and walk through tunnels, visit temples, and explore areas where ghost hunters like to play. Hear history and stories that are guaranteed to chill your bones.
Explore the spooky side of Delhi on a private tour that showcases haunted locales with spine-tingling stories. Visit monuments such as the Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb, Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, and the Nicholson Cemetery, and hear from your guide about the rumored ghosts that linger there, spotted both centuries ago and in more recent times.
Explore historic Japanese sites that have been proclaimed to nowadays still be home to ancient spirits that roam about in the area.
A fantastic tour that follows the footprints of legendary and historically known spirits by visiting the place where those spirits are enshrined. Our guide will explain to you their stories and how to pay respect to them. It is an exciting tour that combines history and culture.
Kyoto is a place that once flourished as a capital. There are various legends, including one about Youkai. Enjoy a this tour with the theme of a Youkai!
First buy traditional Kyoto power goods, and the Nishijin design star-shaped red seal book. Let's get power to get rid of the Youkai.
Once equipped, walk around the legendary streets where the Youkai are said to have marched. There are Youkai goods and objects everywhere! For the courage, challenge yourself to the unusual Youkai ramen.
Lastly we will visit a shrine that worshipped famous evil sprits in Japan. Let's enjoy an aspect of Kyoto, just a little different from the average tourist!
Explore the temples of Khajuraho and get out into nature in just one day with this excursion. You may even spot a tiger! Your driver will take you out to the Panna National Park, where you'll spend the morning on a wildlife safari. In the afternoon, you'll head back to Khajuraho to visit its famous medieval temples.
The Ghost Palace Hotel, typically called the PI Bedugul Taman Rekreasi Hotel and Resort, has a rich history to it, but today, weeds and bugs have taken it over.
There are all kinds of stories that envelop the Ghost Palace.
According to one story, the real estate developer was corrupt in his business practices and then cursed. It led to him becoming bankrupt.
According to a second story, the hotel was open to guests and workers who just disappeared one night.
And, it’s them who roam the halls of the hotel. Others seem to think the hotel’s supernatural presence is the result of the spirits of the dead construction workers.
The accuracy of the hotel’s history cannot be officially determined. It’s thought that it was started in the 1990s (best estimate is 1997) and as a pet project of Tommy Suharto, the son of former Indonesian President Suharto.
The yang of the bright and beautiful side of the city's 1200 year history is paralleled by the yin of the macabre, the bizarre and the bloody aspects of the story of Japan's old capital. Starting at Yasaka Shrine we will weave our way south through the back streets of Gion to Kiyomizu Temple, then descending through the Toribeno cemetery, one of the oldest and largest burial grounds dating back to the founding of the city. We pass through the shrine for cutting off bad relationships, stop by a 500 year old haunted candy shop, peek at the well that is said to have been used as a portal to the underworld by a famed Japanese sorcerer, and visit 'the hill of ears' monument.
Although the 'dark' will be highlighted in this experience, I also aim to impart an understanding of Japanese religious and cultural beliefs, and you will end the day with a more intimate understanding of Kyoto and a more balanced and realistic view of one of the world’s most fascinating cultures.
Conquer your fear and visit the most haunted place in India on a 12-hour day trip to Bhangarh Fort from Jaipur. Alongside your guide, you’ll explore the 17th-century ruins and piece together the mystery of why the village was deserted by its residents 300 years ago. See, too, the 1,000-year-old Chand Baori stepwell, famed for its precise and picturesque geometrical pattern. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included on this small-group tour, limited to 12 people.
Spirit is quite popular in Asia as well as in Vietnam. It become one part of Vietnamese Cultures. If you feel interesting about the spirit; particularly, ghost story or ghost discovering. Let us bring you special and interesting activities by siting on the motorbike and enjoy GHOST TOUR.
The remote village of Trunyan, on the shore of Lake Batur, is known for its pre-Hindu traditions and ancient burial rituals. On this tour, escape the tourist trail with a private guide, cruise out to the historic village by boat and discover the unique way of life of the Trunyan people. After your visit, explore the nearby villages of Kedisan and Penglipuran, admire views of Kintamani Volcano and Mt Batur, and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.
Our local Khmer guides designed this tour. It tells the secrets and histories, myths and legends of Cambodia and Siem Reap. It includes personal stories of life under the Khmer Rouge and after, and personalized connection with locals at the various stops.
Join this typical to see an haunted hotel in Bedugul Bali. Having enough time exploring this abandoned building by yourself. The tour combined to see the most beautiful Ulun Danu Temple and the mesmerising Banyumala waterfall. It enables you to stop at Wanagiri hidden hill where you can make a lot of instagram pictures.
It is so wonderful to discover the Vietnamese spirit by visiting the haunted sights in Saigon in 4 hours by motorbikes. During the tour, your guides will tell you the ghost stories as well as explore specially spirit cultures in magical places such as: Ghost building, burning House, temple along the river, funeral house,…Our tour also show you about local life, local cultures and daily activities; especially experience enjoying Vietnamese local drinks in local areas.
Let us bring you a great experience in the city with joining Vietnamese traffic and cultures like a local.
The old town closes down and is very quiet after 5pm, so you will have it all to yourself on this after-dark tour.
We will tell you some spooky stories as we show you the spots where they actually happened.
Then we will proceed to a lively district to experience the local night life. There are games to play, as well as food and drink. Having introduced you to some comfortable watering holes, we will leave you to enjoy the rest of your evening on the town.
We will see the famous Trunyan graveyard. This sacred site is eerie because of the presence of giant trees. This graveyard is unique because the corpses are left outside deteriorating without smells.
What you will enjoy:
- Trunyan Graveyard Tradition
- Scenic boat ride
- History and indigenous culture
- Unique lunch experience at floating restaurant in the middle of lake Batur
Let your goosebumps be raised! Visit the most haunted place in India- The Bhangarh fort of the 17th century. It is a 12-hour day trip from Jaipur where the guide tells all the mysterious stories of how the village was uninhabited by residents there, 3000 years ago. Also, you get to see a 1000-year old stepwell; a perfect example of a precise and pretty geometrical pattern. The tour is absolutely comfortable with a chauffeur-driven private ac car.
Explore the creepy sites in Singapore with "Ghost Hunting" equipment and hear stories about World War II in Singapore. Visit several "creepy places" including a cemetery and hear creepy tales of Singapore from our guide.
Walk along a bridge in a secluded and quiet hill. Rumours have it that many have lost their lives there. So, if you dare, keep your eyes on the surrounding as we make our way there. At the top of the trail, we’ll share with you the ghastly story of a local war hero.
Next, we’ll take you to a coastal gun battery near a beach, a place where the Japanese possibly massacred thousands of innocent people during the “Sook Ching” operation. There, you’ll learn how the Japanese tried to suss out the spies and the gruesome stories of how they dealt with them.
Our last walk will be down one of the world’s largest Chinese cemetery. It’s estimated to house over 100,000 tombs. During the walk, we’ll share with you some interesting stories of ‘our friends’ there.
Visit the monument dedicated to the tragic My Lai Massacre on a day trip from Hoi An or Da Nang. This site was built to remember the victims from the area who were killed during the Vietnam-American War on March 16, 1968. See a few remnants and learn about its long history from your guide as you explore. Entrance tickets, bottled water, and a light lunch are included.
The small village of Trunyan offers a fascinating glimpse into Balinese history and culture, with its pre-Hindu traditions and beautiful landscapes. With this tour, you can visit the off-the-beaten-path village and stop at the Kintamani Volcano for lunch, followed by a trip to a local plantation to sample the island's famous Luwak coffee, made from beans pre-digested by civets.
Shanghai’s one and only Ghost Tour makes for a unique and memorable evening out in Shanghai and is an absolute must for anybody that wants to understand Chinese superstition or enjoys a good old fashioned fright!
Witness the beauty of Bali’s natural landscapes on a bike and ATV tour of Yeh Gangga and the Haunted Valley, including hotel pick-up and refreshments. Zoom across the rugged jungle terrain on your ATV and admire the passing scenery such as sea cliffs, beaches, and waterfront temples. Then hop on a bicycle and wind your way along dirt trails and river valleys, passing tiered rice plantations, waterfalls, and traditional villages.