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Haunted is no longer creepy. Many programs exploring haunted tours are increasingly popular from day to day. In fact, many people deliberately go to the anger location to prove whether the ghost really exists. Or maybe exploring a haunted place provides its own mystery sensation for horror lovers. Urban areas cannot be separated from haunted areas. Jakarta is one of the cities with many Dutch buildings and is included in haunted buildings. Let’s explore.

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

It was built during the era of President Soeharto’s, which presented Indonesia in a mini version complete with traditional houses from each province. Behind the beauty of the Taman Mini Indonesia Indah when seen in bright times, is also famous for its awesomeness. The guards often see strange apparitions, either in the bridge or in the museum.

It is said that some children had swum in the lake area at the Taman Mini Indonesia Indah but were not seen anymore and even their bodies did not return to the surface. So, do you dare to enjoy a haunted atmosphere or maybe see a ghost appearance at Taman Mini?

Bapennas Building

The building that has been occupied since the 18th century is known and trusted where the Freemasonry sect performed various strange rituals. The old-fashioned nuances of the Bapennas building further add to the haunting impression that some people believe. Considering that the Bapennas building is still used for activities during the day, it will be difficult to prove the awesomeness of this building at night.

Taman Prasasti

Taman Prasasti is one of the tombs that are considered haunted. The inscription park is a tomb of Dutch heritage that is also filled with angel statues almost in every corner. In fact, almost all the relics of the Dutch colonial era always kept a million mystery stories. The tomb is not a reasonable recreational destination, but doing a proof of a ghost can be a sensation in itself.

Maritime Museum

The scary story of the nautical museum is one that is heard from this ancient building. Residents or museum guards often tell of strange phenomena that occur, both in buildings and on the beach near the museum. Sometimes the sound of people crying, the sound of people laughing or Dutch figures. Do you dare to test your courage at the Maritime Museum?

Syahbandar Tower

Still, in the Bahari museum area, a 3-story building is often associated with a variety of terrible things. Have an underground prison up to a mysterious tunnel. According to sources, often heard the pounding of a soldier’s foot that makes the hair goosebumps at night. Dare to explore Shahbandar Tower at night?