Theme Park From Hell: Singapore’s Haw Par Villa

Singapore Paranormal Investigators has everything you need to know about the Haw Par Villa amusement park. Built in 1937, it is dotted with lush gardens and life-size depictions of scenes including the ten levels of hell described in ancient Chinese mythology, torture and dismemberment, humans with the heads of animals, and a women breastfeeding her father-in-law. It has been described as “if Heironymus Bosch built a putt-putt course”. Book your tickets and take your kids for a vacation that will change their lives.

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16 Comments on "Theme Park From Hell: Singapore’s Haw Par Villa"

  1. Anonymous | Aug 12, 2011 at 6:11 pm |

    Child of a singaporean, been here many times. It’s boring after the first go round. Much like the lion island itself.

    although the chinese garden is AMAZING. worthy of repeat visits.

  2. Jin The Ninja | Aug 12, 2011 at 2:11 pm |

    Child of a singaporean, been here many times. It’s boring after the first go round. Much like the lion island itself.

    although the chinese garden is AMAZING. worthy of repeat visits.

    • Well as the child of a non-singaporean who has never been, I must say:
      This is FUCKING AWESOME.
      For some reason the smiling face of an Asian man attached to a crab body is about the most disturbing thing I’ve seen today and I’ve been looking tentacle-rape all damn day.

      • Jin The Ninja | Aug 12, 2011 at 7:51 pm |

        LOL. it WAS cool the FIRST time. i am just very familiar with chinese conceptions of hell, so it wasn’t like a big shocker. it was like chinese ghost story but fiberglass.

        Stay away from the HENTAI! that sh*t fucks a ninja up.

  3. Hadrian999 | Aug 12, 2011 at 10:04 pm |

    we need a six flags over hell in the U.S. it would be awesome

  4. Hadrian999 | Aug 12, 2011 at 6:04 pm |

    we need a six flags over hell in the U.S. it would be awesome

  5. Well as the child of a non-singaporean who has never been, I must say:
    This is FUCKING AWESOME.
    For some reason the smiling face of an Asian man attached to a crab body is about the most disturbing thing I’ve seen today and I’ve been looking tentacle-rape all damn day.

  6. Anonymous | Aug 12, 2011 at 11:51 pm |

    LOL. it WAS cool the FIRST time. i am just very familiar with chinese conceptions of hell, so it wasn’t like a big shocker. it was like chinese ghost story but fiberglass.

  7. How is this different from Detroit?

  8. How is this different from Detroit?

  9. How is this different from Detroit?

  10. I can imagine some fundamentalists tele evangelist doing something similar to scare the children and make them pay 10 % of their future salary when they grow..

  11. Fabian Diaz | Aug 13, 2011 at 1:12 pm |

    I can imagine some fundamentalists tele evangelist doing something similar to scare the children and make them pay 10 % of their future salary when they grow..

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