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3) Haw Par Villa and the Ten Courts of Hell

Haw Par Villa Singapore Theme Park

Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa, named after the two Aw brothers, Boon Haw and Boon Par, opened its doors to the public in 1937. It cost more than a million dollars to build at that time.

It is a tastefully landscaped garden, not only grand in architecture and meticulously planned, but is also rich in educational value.

Within the park are the Gods of Happiness, Wealth & Longevity, the Eight Immortals, Virtues and Vices, Saga of the Immortals, Pavilion and Pagoda, Pond of Legacy, Hua Song Museum, Madam White Snake, Journey to the West, The Ten Courts of Hell, Aw Family Memorials and the Haw Par House.

Ten Courts of Hell Haw Par Villa Singapore

Ten Courts of Hell in Haw Par Villa

The Ten Courts of Hell is part of the attraction at Haw Par Villa, the theme park in Singapore. Through a display of Chinese mythology, visitors learn about life after death. Its primary objective is to instil traditional values through Chinese folklore. Due to the graphic nature of the exhibits here, visitors’ discretion and parental guidance are advised.

Haw Par Villa
Visiting Hours: 9am – 7pm daily

The Ten Courts of Hell
Visiting hours: 9am – 6pm daily

How to get there?:
The nearest MRT Station is Haw Par Villa (Circle Line). Haw Par Villa is just steps away from the MRT Station.

Add: 262, Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118628.
Tel (Enquiry/Feedback): 6872 2780
Tel (Emergency): 6872 4909
Email: lawrence.nacj@jurong.com
Admission: Free

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