Ticketed walking tour exploring ‘spookiest’ spots in Changi to take place every Thursday and Saturday from Apr 6

The tour will cover Changi's urban legends, Singapore's overlapping folklores and Asian supernatural logic.

Maisy Phua

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Published: 4 April 2023, 12:10 PM

Walk with Hantu: Changi, a tour of the “spookiest spots” in Changi, will return from Apr 6. The ticketed walking tour will take place every Thursday and Saturday from 7.30pm to 10.30pm.

The tour is organised by Supernatural Confessions, a self-funded platform that aims to provide a safe environment and community for people to share their paranormal experiences.

Beginning at the ferry terminal and ending at the rear gates of old Changi Hospital, the tour will traverse abandoned buildings and locations where supernatural encounters allegedly took place.


Participants can look forward to learning various grandmother’s tales, urban legends and even stories of the hosts’ own paranormal encounters. PHOTO CREDIT: SUPERNATURAL CONFESSIONS


The guided tour will cover sites like the coastal kampong, British military buildings and the old Changi Hospital, sharing on Changi’s urban legends, Singapore’s overlapping folklores and Asian supernatural logic.


Attendees will also be encouraged to share their memories of Changi, discuss the spiritual lore, and share their own supernatural stories. PHOTO CREDIT: SUPERNATURAL CONFESSIONS


Participants are required to be of moderate fitness. Tickets are priced at $85 per participant or $300 for a group of four.

Upon signing up, participants will be instructed on what to bring, wear and the location to meet.

As a minimum pax of six is required for the tour to commence, if a tour has been cancelled, an alternative date will be offered. If there are no alternative dates available, a full refund will be issued.

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