Talking about simulated Haunted/Scary Houses

Scary Houses in Karachi, there are only few that fall under the spotlight.  “XD Haunted Adventure” at Bounce Karachi, Ocean Mall is one of them.


It is an intense, immersive, and interactive experience and may be the best haunted house you’ve ever experienced in Pakistan. The environment is legitimately spooky and intimidating as expected from a venue of such sort. There is even a warning sign at the entrance stating the significance of known and unanticipated risks that could result in physical or emotional injury. The actors are incredibly creative and creepy to talk to. Teenagers and even young adults could have a wonderful time if they are in a group.


The inside looks to be a large, grungy warehouse. While the exterior of the attraction isn’t anything special, things improve dramatically once you get inside. One of their greatest strength lies in  the attention to the detail in their scenes. We were definitely impressed by the amount of eye candy we saw throughout the visit. XD Haunted Adventure doesn’t follow a specific theme though. Each scene is unique, making every room its own nightmare that you must pass through. One of the most unique aspects of the tour is itsunpredictability. You never know what could happen next since the cast was given pretty much free rein to do whatever they want, though never in any sort of dangerous and inappropriate way.



The staff managing the setting is competent and displays professional behavior. Definitely a great place with reasonable pricing to experience an enjoyable and entertaining break with your family and friends.


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