Activities to try in Singapore: Explore Singapore's creepy side after dark

Participants taking part in a tour called The Creepy Tales of Singapore. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - Most Chinese avoid cemeteries during the Hungry Ghost Festival, a time Taoists believe the gates of the netherworld open and spirits are free to roam among the living.

But business partners Jasmine Tan, 51, and Stanley Foo, 43, who run local company Oriental Travel and Tours, spent almost every day during this period - August and September - walking around cemeteries while planning a tour called The Creepy Tales of Singapore.

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