Late last year we explored the abandoned waterpark "Ho Thuy Tien" near Hue, Vietnam. This place has been fairly well documented by UE and backpackers before, so to mix things up a bit we decided to predominately explore the park via bicycle- and we're talking about the old school one speed bicycle variety with a basket … Continue reading Waterpark
Tongui town - This abandoned street was built in 2011 as a 'bar street' development. Six years later and the place is a ghost town, abandoned in central Beijing, there was a mixture of themes used in this European style town including Italian and Swiss. It is unknown whether this site will ever be used … Continue reading Tonghui Town – Abandoned Swiss town in Beijing.
Erskine college built in 1905 is due for demolition this year and any day now the demolition crews will move in. Urbex Central decided to take one more visit back before it is gone forever, come say goodbye to one of Wellington's most famous abandoned, 'haunted' whatever you want to call it, buildings.
"Black Palace" (Damnak Sla Khmao) was a little summer palace of King Sihanouk, abandoned sometime in the late 1960's or early 1970's. It's located on Bokor Hill Station in southern Cambodia. The "Palace" itself is not on a grand scale, but the overall spectacular location and many outer buildings must have been fairly impressive in … Continue reading Black Palace
Having had this closed down and dilapidated cement works on the radar for a couple of years, the urbexcentral crew alongside wildboyzue (UK) finally got to take a visit! As we drove the long drive to this location, we had mixed feelings of defeat and curiosity from earlier exploration attempts but we were determined … Continue reading Abandoned Cement Works, South Island, New Zealand.
This large (by NZ standards) purpose built former tertiary institute expired at around the same time this Kodak Ektar 64T film did. And just like this 35mm expired film, it is apparently getting another lease of life. There are new owners and supposedly new occupants- but the only life we saw were some homies running their dogs (who tried to … Continue reading Expired
Exploring the ruin of the French colonial era Bokor Casino Hotel in Cambodia recently. The Casino was fought over by the invading/liberating Vietnamese army and the murderous Khmer Rouge from 1979 onwards. Due to it's strategic place and size on Bokor plateau it was invaluable to either side to gain an advantage over the other. … Continue reading Casino Rouge