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(Video) Mysterious Case That Never Got Solved At ‘Boon Siew’s Beach Villa’

Boon Siew’s Beach Villa is actually a disused two-story bungalow by the coast at Shamrock Beach in Batu Ferringhi, Penang. It is located at a bend on Jalan Batu Ferringhi. It was built in 1930 and was the home of the late Tan Sri Loh Boon Siew. The Boon Siew’s Beach Villa affords splendid views, the coast of Tanjung Bungah, and the Pulau Tikus islet.

Its immediate neighbor is Lost Paradise Resort to the south. Within the spacious grounds of the villa are trees as well as a playground with a swing. Today the Boon Siew’s Beach Villa is unoccupied, save for the occasional gardener or caretaker. It looks rather forlorn, not all a happy place, despite the enormous wealth of the man who built it. This is due to the fact that Boon Siew’s eldest son Kah Kheng was found dead in this bungalow in mysterious circumstances.

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According to the posted TikTok video, this serene house in Penang is home to an unsolved murder. The adopted son of a tycoon was found strangled to death. The tycoon is actually Loh Boon Siew. The devastated Boon Siew became reclusive for some time after the ultimate demise of his dearest son. It was the most sensational news in the month of February in 1987.

He was found with hands tied and neck coiled with telephone wires. He was found on the floor of his bedroom with his legs tucked behind his back. His hands were tied with telephone wires while more wires were coiled around his neck. He was believed to be killed between 9.45 pm on 24th February and the early morning of 25th February 1987.

Two suspects were arrested but were released after. The tycoon offered a reward of RM500 thousand for any information. He made the offer in an advertisement in the New Straits Times newspaper in April 1987. Unfortunately, the case remains unsolved.

Sources: TikTok Rei Qua, Facebook Penang Hidden Gems.

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