Haunted Chinese Graveyard Kuala Lumpur

Have you heard about the haunted Chinese graveyard in Kuala Lumpur, along Jalan Ulu Kelang?

Rumor has it that, people who used to drive by along that vicinity, have seen lonely ‘figures’ hanging around.

Those who live around Kuala Lumpur area, should know the legendary Jalan Ulu Kelang.

Besides the tragic Highland Towers tragedy in December 1993, this road is notorious for its rush hour bumper-to-bumper traffic jams almost every weekday.

haunted chinese graveyard Kuala Lumpur

But, not that many KL folks who use to travel or rather crawl along Jalan Ulu Kelang, Ampang, know that there is this said to be a haunted Chinese graveyard nearby.

Chinese cemetery KLChinese Graveyard Taman Pinggiran Ukay

This Chinese graveyard is hidden away on a deserted hill-slope along Jalan Pinggiran of Taman Pinggiran Ukay, Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

If you are traveling from Zoo Negara Malaysia towards the city direction, it is after Taman Ukay Perdana.

The junction turning in to Taman Pinggiran Ukay is after the Shell petrol kiosk and just before the Esso petrol station.

From the Jalan Ulu Kelang, you can only see the jungle hilly slope next to the Esso petrol station.

The deserted graveyard is right behind this hilly jungle.

The cemetery is on a steep hill slope along Jalan Pinggiran and facing Jalan Pinggiran 3 and 4.

At night that part of the road is rather dark and quiet.

I came to know about this ‘haunted’ Chinese cemetery in Kuala Lumpur is because I was involved in local TV dramas.

We used that graveyard as our shooting location for a couple of times now.

horror tv show location

In year 2011, we were there to shoot a scene for a horror TV drama.

As usual that place was rather deserted, gloomy and eerily quiet, even there are elegant-looking double storey link houses around that area.

I have heard that this Chinese cemetery at Taman Pinggiran Ukay is also one of those haunted places of Kuala Lumpur.

Well, true or not, I am not too sure.

All this time, we did not have any strange encounter or weird experience when we were there shooting our TV dramas.

So the next time, when you are caught in the traffic jam along Jalan Ulu Kelang, turn into that lonely road leading to the so-called haunted Chinese graveyard of Kuala Lumpur.

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