Who doesn’t love Halloween? The creepy decorations, tasty treats and, of course, costumes that keep getting more creative each year! Impress everyone with your latest get-up and have a fun day-out (or night-out) with the family at these great Halloween events this spooky season.
For the whole family
When: 29 September to 29 October
At RWS this Halloween, the Sea Witch has awakened and needs the help of Underwater Ocean Protectors. Join Captain Spooks and his team to unravel mysteries, check out exciting game stations, learn interesting facts about marine life, meet the Sea Witch and other cute mascots as well as enjoy gorgeous underwater shows. Also, if your little ones love art, head to the Ocean Gallery and design a tote bag or keep them entertained with colouring sheets. Head to the RWS website for more details.
Halloween Spooktakular Party 2017
When: 21 and 29 October, 2pm to 5pm
Enjoy a day out with the kids at eXplorerkid’s Halloween Spooktakular Party. Take part in the best-dressed competition and other fun Halloween games and activities, and get the little ones excited at the Trick or Treat Parade and Halloween Snack Attack. The event is suitable for children aged five to 12. Register for a spot now! Tickets are priced at $45 and registration ends on 15 October. (Venue to be confirmed.)
When: 27 and 28 October, 3 to 5 November, 7pm to 11pm
Head to KidZania for some family fun this Halloween season. Join Vampi the Vampire for a treasure hunt in the forest, head to The Volcano for storytelling sessions and fuel up with yummy spooky snacks. Little ones will love the carnival games and magic shows. Entry includes a Halloween Fun Pack that comes with a trick-or-treat popcorn bucket, a cape and a secret treasure map of Magic Mummy. Tickets are $45 – grab yours now.
When: 28 October, 7pm to 11pm
Explore the supernatural at the Asian Civilisations Museum’s annual ACM After Dark event. Hear haunting tales in the galleries and pose in your Halloween best at the dress-up booths – you’ll even get to make a spooky souvenir to bring home! Head to the ACM website for more updates. Entry is free.
When: 28 and 29 October
Head to the marina and enjoy great Halloween treats and deals this October. Chomp on a Frankenstein Sandwich at Museo and get ready for a scare at the haunted house at Sabio by the Sea, Tapas Bar & Grill. Design your own pumpkin or catch a photo with Dracula as he prowls the grounds.
When: 28 October, 10.30am to 12pm
Get into the Halloween spirit at this fun baking class at Expat Kitchen. Come decked out in your Halloween best and make spooky spider cookies, graveyard cupcakes and more. After all that baking, head to the craft corner and make cute bat and pumpkin cut-outs. The class costs $55 per child and is suitable for children aged five to ten years. Register for a spot now!
When: 28 to 31 October
Come dressed in your best costume and enjoy a ghastly good time at Snow City’s Halloween In The Snow. Catch a photo with winter Halloween characters (12pm and 4pm), survive a snow blizzard (12pm and 3pm daily) and join a family of snowmen for trick or treating (29 to 31 October). Big and little kids will both love the cool (literally!) magic show (28 and 29 October) and balloon sculpting. Regular admission fees apply. snowcity.com.sg
When: 31 October, 6.30pm to 10.30pm
Brace yourself for a spooky culinary adventure with the family at Edge restaurant’s annual Halloween buffet at Pan Pacific Singapore. From “The Dead Pool” of seafood on ice to the monstrous “Evil Incarnate” carnivore platter and “Mummy’s Womb” chicken roulade, you’ll be in for a terrible treat! Watch the kids dash for the delicious dessert spread, which includes Ghostly Meringue Lemon Tartlets and Gory Eyeball Cake Pops. The buffet costs $88 for adults and $44 for kids aged six to 11. It includes unlimited local beverages, coffee and tea. Reserve a table by calling 6826 8240 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Singapore Halloween Festival @ Downtown East
When: 4 and 5 November
There’s loads of fun to be had with the family at this annual Halloween festival at Downtown East this year. Look forward to a best-dressed costume competition, a thrilling zombie maze challenge, fun carnival games and a wide variety of delicious F&B options. Choose from a one-day, two-day or VIP two-day pass. Tickets from Eventbrite.
When: Until 29 October, from 7.30pm (14 selected nights)
Do you have what it takes for Universal Studio’s annual Halloween scare-fest? Back for its seventh edition, you’ll meet flesh-eating zombies, vengeful spirits and more. Get an adrenaline rush as you navigate through the haunted houses and scare zones. Play a game of Zombie Tag and brave the Happy Horror Days area, which conjures up a twisted representations of our favourite annual holidays. Regular rides and attractions in the park will also be opened till late, and tickets start from $55. For adults and children above 13 years.
When: Until 29 October
This Halloween season, take part this thrilling virtual reality competition at Bugis+. To take part, present a receipt with a minimum spending of $20 at either Bugis Junction or Bugis+. Step into the shoes of detectives travelling through time hot on the heels of Dr Virago, a time-travelling mad scientist, and stop him in his bid to spark off a zombie apocalypse.
When: 27 and 28 October, from 10pm
Come by the Kilo Lounge for their special Halloween event this October. Navigate through a haunted asylum and avoid the clutches of the evil creatures. If you’re lucky, you might just make it out alive!
When: 28 October, from 10pm
Drop by Canvas and party all night at their Netflix-themed Halloween party. Come dressed according to the theme and get free entry! Groove to your favourite throwback hits and look out for giveaways throughout the night.
CÉ LA VI x Cirque Le Soir Halloween Party
When: 28 October, from 10pm
Party-goers will be enthralled by sword swallowers, bizarre clowns, bold contortionists and exotic dancers at CÉ LA VI this Halloween season, along with tunes by resident DJs all night. Be sure to drop by the Halloween makeover booth for some extra fun! Pre-sale tickets go for $48 (including a glass of premium pour). Call 6508 2188 or email email@example.com for reservations.
When: 28 October, 7.30pm to 9pm
Returning for its fourth year, the Aileron Wellness annual Halloween Bootcamp will have you pushing your limits and facing your fears as you embark on hair-raising and challenging feats in order to solve the mysterious disappearance of six-year-old Ian Lark. From spider web crawls to pumpkin push-ups, get ready for frighteningly good workout. Tickets are $48, with discounts available for groups.
When: 28 October, from 8pm
Dive into a frightening post-apocalyptic world at Clarke Quay’s annual Halloween fiesta. Navigate your way through streets of scavengers and witness evil experiments at the Clarke Quay Science Laboratory (Read Bridge). Enjoy contemporary beats from local band OK.READY! and don’t miss a spooky photo op at the various scare zones. Also, get into the Halloween spirit with a creepy makeover by face painters and airbrush artists. While you’re there, drop by outlets such as Harry’s, Attica and Talay Thai for special Halloween deals and parties!
When: 28 October, from 10pm
Set in a creepy hospital, 1-Altitude’s annual Halloween party promises to be a wild and spine-chilling night. Come dressed in your spooky best and enjoy complimentary entry! Tickets include one house pour and a special Halloween cocktail. Drop by Ward 63 (1-Altitude) and dance along to tunes by DJs Leonard T and Jack T, or head to Ward 61 (Altimate) for beats by AOS Collective and emcee Mr Boo. Tickets are $35 and $45 respectively. For reservations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit 1-altitude.com.
When: 31 October
Come decked out in your mullet wigs and trucker hats for this trailer park themed Halloween Party. Enjoy Trick-Or-Treat shots, drinks specials and take part in the epic costume contest. Dig into hearty American comfort food such as corndogs and meatloaf sandwiches and be well-entertained by a Donald Trump impersonator.
Soak in the Halloween atmosphere by checking out our guide to celebrating Halloween this year!