Dark tourism: Should you visit places with creepy and violent past in Malaysia?


A visitor looking out the window at Kellie's Castle, one of the most popular dark tourist spots in Malaysia. - Bernama

Zamari Muhyi was roaming the abandoned halls of the infamous Kellie’s Castle when he suddenly stopped dead in his tracks and flashed a grim expression.

“This is the most anticipated part of the tour. I’m bringing you to one of the spookiest locations in this castle, ” said Zamari, the managing director of Kellie’s Castle, motioning to the flight of spiral staircase leading up to the first floor.

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