Halloween traditions originated from the ancient Celtic harvest festivals and even until today, Halloween activities such as trick-or-treating, attending Halloween costume parties, playing pranks, visiting haunted attractions, telling scary stories as well as watching horror films is still a hit. We have rounded up a list of Halloween themed events and parties for both the young and old.
For the first time ever, Resorts World Genting will be opening its doors for you on 31 October. Halloween will not be the same again as Resorts World Genting lets you through the Train to Busan Horror House experience, a horror house inspired by South Korea’s highest-grossing movie, Train to Busan.
Broken up into several parts, each experience will be uniquely horrifying. Starting from busy, neon-lit Seoul, enter a ravaged train station before walking through two horror houses. The best part of all? You can move to Base Camp at the end of the horror house to take part in Halloween action-packed activities either as a survivor or zombie.
Address: Genting Highlands, 69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia
Halloween is just about to get scarier as the annual event, Halloween Horror Nights, which is in its 9th year, brings you five haunted houses, two scare zones and two horror shows.
With the likes of Halloween Horror Nights’ flagship haunted house, Curse of the Naga, bringing you to the streets of Bangkok and face to face with the Serpentine Spirit as well as The Chalet Hauntings, which has the highest number of Southeast Asian ghosts in a house, you will definitely be in for a horror treat.
Address: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269
River Safari partners up with Tokidoki to bring you and your children a month-long of Halloween fun. Happening in October during the weekends only, The Quest for The Hidden Gem is an immersive experience for children as they get to go on the River Gem Trail and take part in games and activities like crafting their own Trick-or-Treat bag or making slime as well as watch mermaid performances.
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Celebrate Halloween and rediscover horror in ways you would never imagine with a "Hantu" and Hauntings after-hours tour and an immersive story sharing by local authors and librarians. Come with your friends and be prepared for a night at the library filled with so many unknown lurking in the dark.
Happening on 25 and 26 October 2019, there will be various activities and 45-min horror tours for you to experience. You must be at least 15 years old. Borrow four books or e-books during the month of October 2019 to gain entry.
Address: National Library Singapore,100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
If you’re planning to visit Sentosa and Halloween Horror Nights is just too much horror for your kids, hop over to Kidzania Singapore for family-friendly Halloween event, SpookyTown.
Embark on a hunt around Mayor Fabiola’s mansion for clues as your quest to find her is on to ensure she makes an appearance at SpookyTown’s annual Masquerade Ball. This child-friendly Halloween party allows you to take part in a ballroom dancing class or scale the height of fright for candies this Halloween.
Address: 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, 098008
Be treated this Halloween at LAVO with LAVO’s Executive Chef Brendan Jennings bringing you desserts such as Strawberry Cauldron (macerated strawberries with fresh ginger, lemongrass and vanilla), Oreo Gravel (chocolate praline tart covered with crumbled oreo cookies) and Brain Bites (vanilla panna cotta with raspberry bavarois) 57 storeys high.
Available from 21 to 31 October, Lavo’s Halloween dessert platter is priced at $18++. For reservations, email [email protected] or call +65 6688 8591.
Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, tower 1, Singapore 018956
Are you an angel or the devil? Whoever you are or choose to be, reunite this Halloween weekend at Chimi’s over a few drinks as you put your differences aside for a night full of reconnection.
Be sure to try their Agwaverde bombs with the latest Coconut Redbull for just $15. Happy hour starts from 3 pm to 7 pm. With music from the 80s to the 2000s, groove to the beats as both Heaven and Hell meets on Earth for Halloween-y good time.
Address: 1 Marina Boulevard #01-01 S018989
*After Dark: Scary Movie Screenings - Deliveroo Food Market
There are so many ways to celebrate Halloween and one of them is to watch horror movies and scare yourself silly. This Halloween, Deliveroo presents *After Dark: Scary Movie Screenings at Deliveroo Food Market. You can choose to watch A Quiet Place happening on 25 October or Ouija: Origin of Evil happening on 31 October.
These Halloween movie screenings come with complimentary snacks, drinks and a $3 voucher to enjoy food from the Editions kitchens. You can also enjoy a complimentary surprise trick or treat with every order when they pick up their meals in the automated cubbies (while stocks last) between 21-31 October 2019.
Address: 29 Media Cir
Immerse yourself in a jungle full of dolls this Halloween as Get Juiced transforms into Island of the Dolls, based on an island in Mexico that is filled with hundreds of horror dolls with severed limbs and decapitated heads to ward off the spirit of a little girl who drowned on the island.
From 25 to 27 October, party amongst your newly-found little horror friends as they hang from up above, watching you. Dress in your best Halloween costume for complimentary entry. Download the Get Juiced app for $5 drinks all night long.
Address: 3E River Valley Rd, #02-01 Clarke Quay, Singapore 179024
Don on your witch costumes as you join “The Qult” at MARQUEE Nightclub on 26th October and at AVENUE Lounge on 31st October this Halloween. With spooky and spine-tingling music inviting you to the dance floor, party the night away as you usher in witching hour, toasting and celebrating with your friends and witches.
The best dressed party-revellers stand a chance to win attractive prizes, including a staycation and Marina Bay Sands. Get your tickets here today at www.marqueesingapore.com.
Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
The ghoulish, creepy and horror are scaling scary heights this Halloween at Bar Rogue on 25 and 26 October, with a Rogue Grossery Store where the Rogue Ripper awaits you. Enter the cold room where the Rouge Ripper presents his freshest cut meats on display.
Brave the night in the cold room as the Rogue Ripper looks for his next victim. With the Abominable Monster on the prowl as well, you are in for a sordid and macabre of Halloween surprises.
Dress up this Halloween to receive complimentary entry and the best-dressed winner stands to win a 1.5-litre Bottle of Grey Goose Magnum or a one-night stay at Swissôtel The Stamford with breakfast for two and a bottle of Grey Goose (700ml), a safe place far away from the Ripper.
Address: Level 71, 72 Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road Singapore 178882