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Report (Permission Visit) Haw Par Villa, Singapore

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by The Lone Groover, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. The Lone Groover

    The Lone Groover 28DL Member
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    Hi! First post here, but I have put these pics up on a couple of other sites as they're so bizarre.

    Haw Par Villa was the brainchild of the inventors and manufacturers of Tiger Balm. Having made their fortunes, they created a theme park based on Confucian philosophy, and its attitude to wrongdoings, and the punishments that were meted out to wrongdoers.It's been abandoned for quite a few years now, and is slowly decaying. Parts of the park are cordoned off, but I managed to get in and snap a few shots. The park grounds are maintained by the authorities (loos, bins, pathways, grass cutting etc) but the exhibits and friezes are slowly falling to pieces. Some of the exhibits are incredibly bloodthirsty and downright gory! Whilst we we exploring, the place wasn't exactly thronging, though there were plenty of visitors, but we were the only Westerners we saw.

    Hoe you enjoy them!

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  2. Leeds(Ex)plorer

    Leeds(Ex)plorer 28DL Regular User
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    Looks like an interesting place this, not sure I'd take the kids though haha
     
  3. mrwhite

    mrwhite 28DL Regular User
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    saw these on another sight, looks very interesting
     
  4. lucan

    lucan 28DL Full Member
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    nice to see the grusome pics , i like this
     
  5. JaneEyre

    JaneEyre The clumsiest explorer in Yorkshire!
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    Strange but nice, something different! Well done
     
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