Absolutely loved it there, so many unusual statues and areas to see. Ended up having some great photos!
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The 10 Courts of Hell are gruesome. Elsewhere there are animal, religious and other statues. Quite a mix! Easy access from MRT. Paintwork could do with a new coat.
This is a free admission sightseeing place and very unusual. We didn't have any preconceived ideas about it, but had been told it was worth visiting. It is hard to describe, but it is one of a kind, with scenes from Chinese history set up...More
This is a run down free theme park with over 1000+ sculptures. It feels very 1980's. Some images are disturbing and not recommended for kids. Some sculptures are very "dark". I am glad I saw it, but came out a little confused on what I...More
Once it was a very famous tourist attraction place and theme park like 10+ years ago. I remember during that time , entry ticket is not cheap. Its is not free entry and less people visit. Some people feel a bit scary and it talks...More
I loved Haw Par Villa. The crazy tableaux depicting chinese legends. Easy to get to and lovely for a gentle stroll or picnic,
Set aside the free entrance, this place is full of amazement and it is hilarious. There is literally no other places like this on earth. Starting with the battle hill scripture with bunnies and weasels, one must naturally suspect if the builders were high on...More
My grandma brought me here and sat me on a boat ride through the 10 Courts of Hell in this place, eons ago. Too bad the boat ride was removed, but the sculptures were kept. Instead, this is now more of a quirky place for...More
Having grown up in Singapore I remember haw par villa as a must see attraction before all the new jazzy stuff came to town. It's a shame that the water ride no longer exists and that it is beginning to look a little tired. However,...More
This public, bizarre park also called, Tiger Balm Gardens. If interested in Chinese legends , the place to go. Access MRT: Haw Par Villa station, Open daily from 9am to 7pm. Free entrance Access MRT: Haw Par Villa station, Open daily from 9am to 7pm....More