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Alternative things to do in Hong Kong this Halloween

It doesn't always have to be a drunken rampage around LKF
Written by
Jenny Leung

If bumping shoulders with hoards of drunk zombies and sexy witches isn't exactly your idea of Halloween fun, we've got you covered. From spending a paw-some day with your pooch to bizarre sci-fi art shows, there's plenty of spooktacular fun to be had!

RECOMMENDED: Prefer to stay at home? You can still turn up the scare factor with some of the scariest movies to watch on Halloween. Or give yourself the chills by reading some of Hong Kong's spookiest tales.

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  • City Life

Cordis Hotel has just launched two killer Halloween-themed staycation packages for October 31! Those with a sweet tooth may give in to their cravings with the hotel's afternoon tea buffet package which includes a one-night stay in a family triple room or two-bedroom, a buffet spread of sweet and spooky desserts, and kid-friendly Halloween activities and game booths. As for those who are seeking for some fun after dark, the 'A Blue Moon Night' staycation package offers a one night's stay for two at the hotel's Superior or Deluxe room, and admission tickets to The Garage Bar's A Blue Moon Night event. Guests are also highly encouraged to dress up for the night as a prize will be given out to whoever has the best costume!

Both packages are available from October 31 to November 1 only and include free access to the hotel's 24-hour fitness centre and outdoor heating swimming pool, 15 percent off the items in the Cordis online store, and 30 percent off at the hotel's restaurants and bars. 

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  • Causeway Bay

While the extreme hype for escape rooms has simmered down over the last few years, Lost Hong Kong strives to update and add regular new challenges to keep things fresh for patrons. There are 14 horrifying themed rooms to choose from, each with varying difficulties and frightening storylines like escaping Alcatraz or surviving a deadly biological virus. So, grab your best thrill-seeking buddies this Halloween and put your puzzle-solving brains to the test – if you dare.

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