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The best Halloween events in Singapore

Halloween is not cancelled. Do the Thriller – with safe distancing – at the spookiest theme parks, escape rooms, hotels, and more

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Cheryl Sekkappan
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Got your Halloween costume ready to debut to the world but have yet to fill your scary schedule? We've got your spine-tingling back. The annual scare-fest Halloween Horror Nights is back as a chilling exhibition, and other places including Universal Studios Singapore, SuperPark Singapore, and ArtScience Museum are rolling out Halloween-themed events with safety measures in place. From scary virtual escape room activities to spooktacular staycations, put your game face on for some hair-raising chills and thrills in Singapore. 

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Trick or treat

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  • Sentosa

Horror junkies, brace yourselves for Universal Studios Singapore's (USS) Halloween Horror Nights, which is back after taking a year off in 2020. This time, instead of the usual haunted houses and scare zones, get ready for a spooky behind-the-scenes look at the past nine years of the annual scare-fest, go trick-or-treating about the park, or indulge in jump scares and ghastly meals after dark.

Running from now till November 7, Halloween Horror Nights has been refashioned as an exhibition. Learn about what it takes to put together this award-winning showcase. Told through terrifying displays, gruesome props, deadly facts and a line-up of the scare night's scariest icons, this exhibition is still not for the faint of heart – USS warns that it may be too intense for those under 16. 

 

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  • Raffles Place

Get drawn into the eerie halls of Old Changi Hospital to piece together physical evidence and puzzles to solve a chilling murder mystery. Through 360 video footage, flashbacks and an interactive choose-your-own-adventure format, Murder at Old Changi Hospital is just the virtual escape room activity to dial up the horror this Halloween. Written by award-winning playwright Chong Tze Chien, Murder at Old Changi Hospital invites you to take on the role of paranormal investigators to uncover the events leading up to the murder of a young canteen worker and the disappearance of four Commandos associated with the victim in 1996.

If the augmented reality (AR) and spatial audio surround sound are not enough for you, you can sign-up for the live theatre escape game experience The Secret Agent VIP Experience that's available only during the Halloween weekend. There's a superb grand prize up for grabs too – a luxurious 2D1N stay at Shangri-La Singapore's Valley Wing. 

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  • City Hall

Get ready for some super spooky fun at SuperPark Singapore this Halloween. Singapore's largest indoor activity park is transforming its space into a terrifying themed zone, with eerie decorations and a chilling cast of characters inspired by the British Occupation of Singapore. From October 22 to 31, head down for SuperSpook Halloween Themed Nights to battle your fears as you fight to escape a haunted Horror Maze, attempt to navigate the treacherous Devil's Bend, and face hair-raising experiences in the Haunted Playground. Look out for dramatically costumed characters like The Nun, the Killer Bride and the Wicked Witch, who'll be glad to stop for a we-fie – if you dare. Otherwise, jump and slide at more than 20 sports-centric activities within the SuperPark, which will also be fully decked out in Halloween regalia. Early bird ticket sales are ongoing from now till September 30. 

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  • Rochor

Have a mystical Halloween at Andaz Singapore, which is launching its first ever Halloween package in collaboration with The Moon bookstore and Klook. The package comes complete with one night's stay in a themed room, tarot card reading and crystal pairing session. Enjoy stellar views of the city while sleeping alongside an edible graveyard of worm-infested dirt pots, severed witches' fingers and other gory treats. Prepare your burning questions for Pearlyn Siew, a tarot card reader from The Moon, who will conduct a 15 minute tarot card reading session either virtually or at The Moon's cosy Chinatown shophouse. You get to take home a crystal that'll help you manifest either clarity, self-care, or growth and expansion. Going at $460 nett per room per night for two people, the Andaz Halloween package also includes complimentary breakfast for two and $50 worth of bar and dining credit. 

Get your spook on

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