Calling all ghoulish die-hards. Halloween is fast approaching and if you’ve yet to plan anything for the upcoming spookfest then it’s about time you should. The celebration, which falls on October 31st every year, will be a little different this year than most years for obvious reasons (read: Covid-19). And while we didn’t get the chance to celebrate Halloween as we usually do back in 2020, there are a few places in Singapore that are creeping it real this year ’round.
Miss celebrating Halloween at Zouk? Who doesn’t? While we can’t party like we used to before, we can still celebrate Halloween at one of our favourite nightspots this weekend. For their theme this year, Zouk has unveiled a spooky-themed celebration aptly titled Deadtime Stories that’s reminiscent of your favourite childhood fairy tales with a terrifying twist. Indulge in your favourite tipples at Capital Kitchen with your friends, or catch your favourite films over at Zouk Cinema Club. Adding on to the hair-raising experience this Halloween, be sure to swing by RedTail too to fuel up and munch on your favourite treats.
Dates: Oct 29 to Oct 30,
Venue: Zouk Singapore
Selfie studios have been all the rage lately and if you’re planning to bring your boo out this Halloween, then you should definitely pop by 123ChiCha for a one-of-a-kind Halloween photoshoot experience that you won’t forget. As part of the 6-hour session, you’ll get to enjoy makeup and styling services, with unlimited access to all themed rooms and costumes within the given timeframe. To top it all off, snacks and beverages will also be provided as Halloween treats.
Date: Oct 30
Time: 6pm to 12am
Venue: 123 ChiCha, 110 Lor 23 Victory Center #03-07 Singapore 388410
Price: $153.75 per pax
Looking for something fun and new to spice up your weekend? Consider attending a Glow-In-The-Dark Neon Art Jamming Session hosted by Motion Art Space. Here, you’ll get to try your hands at pendulum and spin painting to create your own masterpiece to bring home. The session will last for about two hours, and you’ll get to play around with different glow-in-the-dark neon paints.
Dates: Oct 29 to Oct 31
Venue: Motion Art Space, 36A Arab Street (Level 2), Singapore, Singapore 199735, Singapore
Price: From $62 to $71
Unlike other years, Halloween Horror Nights will be returning this year as an exhibition. This Halloween, the spookfest continues at Resorts World Sentosa with a slew of frighteningly fabulous activities. While there are no haunted houses and roaming scare actors, visitors will still get to experience the fun and frights of Halloween over at USS.
Happening from now till November 7, 2021, you can enjoy spooktacular festivities including the debut of the first-ever Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition, trick-or-treating with the park’s very own candy ambassadors which include the likes of Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Gru’s Girls and a new appearance of Illumination’s Wolfman Minion along with the other Minion Monsters, and new Halloween meet-and-greets over at Universal Monsters Scream Alley where you’ll meet The Wolfman, Dracula, Frankenstein, and Bride of Frankenstein.
Dates: Now till 7 November 2021
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa
Price: From $69 onwards
Following the success of its horror-mystery theatrical gameplay Murder at Mandai Camp, Sight Lines Entertainment will be bringing back its interactive virtual escape room experience with a new mystery for you to solve. This year, the escape room will present the Murder at Old Changi Hospital.
Otherwise known as one of the spookiest locations in Singapore, this new mystery might just be what nightmares are really made of. Happening from 8 October to 7 November 2021, every Friday to Sunday at 8.30pm and 10.00pm, grab friends and participate in this spooky event, of which audiences who are able to identify the culprit will stand a chance to win the Grand Prize draw featuring a 2 Day 1 Night Luxurious Stay at Shangri-La Singapore’s Valley Wing (valued at S$1,500++).
Dates: 8 October to 7 November 2021, every Friday to Sunday at 8.30pm and 10.00pm
Hosted on (Website): TheFutureStage.com
Price: From $45 onwards
This year, SuperPark Singapore will celebrate Halloween with its first SuperSpook Halloween Themed Sessions. Transforming its largest all-in-one indoor activity park into the spookiest town, the concept of the event will be based on the historical spinoff of the British Occupation in Singapore. Here, you can fully immerse yourself in three hair-raising scare zones, alongside other themed play areas like the spooky Devil’s Bend, Haunted Playground, and the Horror Maze.
Dates: 22nd, 23rd & 24th October 2021, 29th, 30th & 31st October 2021
Venue: SuperPark Singapore, 3 Temasek Blvd, Suntec City Mall, Tower 1 #02-477, (North Wing), Singapore 038983
Price: From $39.90 onwards