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The best party shops in Singapore for decorations, tricks, gifts and more

We’ve given you a great guide to finding fancy dress shops and costume rentals, but what about if you’re hosting a themed party at home? Well, you’ll need all sorts of scary/funny/dramatic tat to decorate your pad, of course! Whether you’re after tricks, treats, gifts or more, these party shops in Singapore should stock enough to transform your Halloween bash, birthday bash or themed event…

Make decorating your bash a piece of cake!
Make decorating your bash a piece of cake!

Daiso (no site)
How can you argue with a store where everything is $2? From decorations, pumpkin treat holders to an array of cheap and easy toys to use as treats for those kids who come knocking.
Daiso has seven stores in Singapore, including Vivo City, #03-06, 6376 8065

Groovy Gifts
This shop sells plenty of decorative fare, from skulls and eyeballs to spiders and frogs. But best of all are the tricks and gags on offer, including prank tape, fart bombs, squirt rings and cockroaches.
Cluny Court, #02-03, 501 Bukit Timah Road, 6875 0430

Red Carousel
This store’s full of adorable party supplies, from printed tableware to confetti and paper lanterns. They’ve even got craft tools and baking ware if you fancy a from-the-heart DIY touch.

Red Carousel
Red Carousel

Party City
The outlets in both Holland Village and Raffles City stock everything you could need for a spooky party, including table covers, cups, plates and plenty of tricks.

Spotlight
Well known as a crafty mecca, Spotlight sells all manner of decorations, fancy dress, table dressings and all the arts and crafts materials you could ever want or need.
Plaza Singapura, Level 5, 68 Orchard Road.

Toys R Us
Pick up your costumes, masks, make-up and other props here.
Various locations including Tampines Mall, VivoCity and Paragon.

For more helpful tips head to our living in Singapore section.

 

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