Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition

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Halloween Horror Nights
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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. 

For something a little sweeter (and less lightly to give you the chills), embark on Trick or Thrills, a trick-or-treating adventure down the freshly returned Trail of Treats at USS. Collect delectable confectioneries from Candy Ambassadors and meet Illumination's Wolfman Minion as well as other Minion Monsters along the way. Don't miss out on the new Minion Monsters Bites food cart with Minions-inspired sweet treats, and a Halloween meet-and-greet with the characters of Sesame Street, Kung Fu Panda and more. 

As day turns to night, the monsters emerge from the fog at Universal Monsters Scream Alley. On Friday and Saturdays especially, keep your eyes peeled for The Wolfman, Dracula, Frankenstein and his bride. Guests can also dine with the dead – so to speak – at DIEning With The Dead, a special three or four-course gourmet meal complete with drinks and a side of the ghastly. 

Ready for the chills and fun at USS this Halloween? Get more information and your tickets (from $69) at rwsentosa.com



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