Woman Ghost in First World Hotel
First World Hotel is considered as part of the group of resorts known as the “City of Entertainment” but also known by some as the most haunted place in the country.
First World Hotel is the largest hotel in Malaysia together with 5 sister hotels is owned by Genting Highlands Resort founded by the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong. Paranormal incidences are common in First World Hotel that as a premier casino resort that are a lot of gambling related suicides had occurred over the years.
The famous First World Hotel in Genting Higlands
I encountered many real life stories of people in Genting Highlands having smelt of Chinese incense, of talk about toilet lights turning on at nights by it selves and of water from bathroom tap running by themselves.
However Haslimah witnessed a ghastly apparition during her stay at First World Hotel in Genting Highlands.
Haslimah, a housewife, have booked 2 rooms at the hotel for 2 days and 3 nights for seven people. They spent the rest of the day at the arcade and the theme park. They then had dinner and Haslimah and her Indonesian maid, Nana, had just given her baby son a bath and were playing with him at the living room. The 3 year old boy was distracted and waved happily at something at the window of the living room. When Haslimah turned to look at the living room window she was totally dumbfounded and shock to see a woman looking at them from the outside window….on the 17th floor! Yeek! Haslimah’s maid, Nana, also saw the nightmarish scene and she was desperate and she futilely waving her arm with the baby’s feeding bottle to fend off the thing from the window. Haslimah saw that the ‘woman’ on the outside of the window, was actually floating in the air. The ‘woman’ had long black hair and her complexion was very pale, practically white as if someone with make-up on. The gusting wind and swirling fog and mist partially cover the outside terrifying scene.
Haslimah’s husband by now has seen the petrifying apparition hurriedly grabbed the baby and his wife. Whereas Haslimah’s old uncle quickly said the “azan” (prayers for Muslim followers) at the same time trying to hold back Haslimah’s aunty. Frightened by the prayers or by the commotion, the ghostly woman slowly floated away.
Haslimah and family member was so shocked by that episode that they left the lights on that they huddled together the rest of the night together. They checked out early next morning and vowed to never come back.