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10 Halloween Events In Singapore For Those Who Wanna Get Spooked But Not By Actual Hantus

Halloween events 2023

Whether it’s to binge on horror films or munch on trick-or-treat hauls, Halloween is something we look forward to for experiences that are out of the norm. To get into the mood of the spooky season, we’ve sussed out Halloween events happening in Singapore, from family-friendly activities to scary-as-heck experiences. 

1. Whizz down a haunted Luge track

 Halloween Night LugeImage credit: Skyline Luge Singapore via Facebook

If you’ve had nightmares about getting chased by ghosts, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, at Halloween Night Luge, you’ll be suffering the same fate – but at least you’ll get to ride the Luge for a quicker escape from the ghostly demons. Navigate your way through the track as quickly – and safely – as you can, to avoid a nasty encounter with the hantus

Get your tickets for the Halloween Night Luge.

Rates: From $32.40Venue: 1 Imbiah Road, Singapore 099692Date: 21st & 28th October 2023Time: 7pm-8pm | 8pm-9pmContact: Skyline Luge website 

2. Survive a spooky schoolground at Singapore Discovery Centre

 Harrowing HalloweenImage credit: Singapore Discovery Centre 

Ever wondered what school is like after hours? Singapore Discovery Centre’s Harrowing Halloween shows you just how scary it can be. With haunted houses and immersive scare zones, this academically-themed event will have you running out of school before the night ends. 

There’ll also be spooky carnival games and food trucks at the Parade Square, and short horror films showing at the Auditorium. Fun fact: these films are locally produced by Singapore Polytechnic students! 

Get your tickets for the Harrowing Halloween.

Rates: $24/paxVenue: 510 Upper Jurong, Singapore 638365Date: 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th, 28th & 29th October 2023Time: 7pm-11pmContact: 6792 6188 | Singapore Discovery Centre website

3. Face your fears at an interactive haunted house at Downtown East

Halloween Scream Fest 3There are free photo booths here too.Image credit: Klook 

Think of Downtown East and Wild Wild Wet probably comes to mind. This October, D’Marquee is adding 1 more activity to the list: Halloween Scream Fest 3. Back with its 3rd installment, this interactive indoor haunted house is where your nightly terrors come to life – and you’ll have to find ways to escape them.  

Score tickets to the Halloween Scream Fest 3.

Rates: $48/paxVenue: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599Date: 26th-29th October 2023Time: 10.30am-10pmContact: Halloween Scream Fest 3 website 

4. Visit The Weeknd & All Of Us Are Dead haunted houses at USS

 Halloween Horror Nights 2023

We can’t forget about the fan-favourite Halloween Horror Nights 2023. If you haven’t booked your tickets yet, let this be your sign. There’ll be a total of 5 haunted houses, 3 scare zones, and 2 shows – and this year’s event features a uniquely terrifying The Weeknd nightclub and Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead zombie-themed haunted house.

Get your tickets for Halloween Horror Nights 2023.

Rates: From $79/paxVenue: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269Date: 29th Sept-4th November 2023Time: 7.30pm-12.30am (non-peak) | 7.30pm-1.30am (peak)Contact: Halloween Horror Nights 2023 website 

5. Bring the little ones to a Halloween carnival & night market

 Farm FrightsImage credit: City Sprouts

While Halloween may err on the scarier side, it doesn’t mean the kiddos are to be excluded from the festivities. Farm Frights by City Sprouts is a kid-friendly event you can bring your children to – entry is FOC as well! Activities include face painting, treasure hunts, magic shows, and giving a scarecrow a fun make-over. 

Book your slot for Farm Frights.

Venue: 102 Henderson Rd, Singapore 159562Date: 28th October 2023Time: 5pm-9pmContact: 6468 6772 | City Sprouts website 

6. Explore a cursed mall before it closes in 2024

REST.IN.PEACE CentreImage credit: via Instagram

In case you haven’t heard the news, the beloved Peace Centre will be closing its doors next year. This October, to commemorate its final hours, the REST.IN.PEACE Centre event will allow participants to roam around the mall at night. 

An entire floor will be transformed into a giant haunted house, with scare actors and realistic props that’ll give you the screaming-meemies. You have 15 minutes to escape the place – or else. You can also scan the hidden QR codes placed around the area and complete challenges to win prizes like real gold that’s worth a whopping $888. 

Get your tickets to REST.IN.PEACE Centre.

Rates: From $23Venue: 1 Sophia Road, Singapore 228149Date: 13th-29th October 2023 (Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays only)Time: 3pm-9pmContact: Peace Centre Facebook

7. Party your fears away at Zouk

A Night To Die ForZouk, before the horrors.Image credit: Zouk Singapore via Facebook

Combining party and panic is A Night To Die For at Zouk Singapore. The event features 3 escape rooms where you’ll have to solve ghoulish murder mysteries – whether you’re sober or not. Prizes include a pair of ZoukOut tickets with VIP access, a 1D1N stay at Regis Hotel, and Don Julio bottles. 

Get your tickets for A Night To Die For.

Venue: 3C River Valley Road, #01-05 to #02-06, Singapore 179022Date: 27th-28th October 2023Time: 10pm till lateContact: Zouk website

8. Listen to haunting melodies at a candlelit musical

 Candlelight Halloween NightImage adapted from: Candlelight Concerts by Fever via Facebook

Candlelight Halloween Night is a calmer option for the faint hearted – or is it? The musical will take place at CHIJMES, where the entire hall will be filled with candles and pumpkins. Sacrificial ritual vibes much? Decorations aside, the performers will showcase tunes from classic Tim Burton films such as Addams Family and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Get your tickets for Candlelight Halloween Night

Rates: From $39/paxVenue: 30 Victoria Street, #01-28 CHIJMES, Singapore 187996Date: 31st October 2023Time: 7pm-8pmContact: Tayo Station website 

9. Win prizes at The Polliwogs’ Halloween Party

The Polliwogs Halloween PartyLast year’s event.Image adapted from: @helloimcandyce via Instagram

The Polliwogs’ Halloween Party is back at VivoCity, where kids can run wild and chase monsters in the play area. There’ll also be Halloween-themed challenges and puzzles to complete, as well as photo ops with the adorable Polliwogs mascots. BTW, there’s a lucky draw to join with prizes worth up to $1,000. 

Join the Halloween Party.

Rates: From $12/paxVenue: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-12 VivoCity, Singapore 098585Date: 28th October 2023Contact: The Polliwogs website 

10. Play Halloween-themed carnival games at Tayo Station

Tayo-weenImage adapted from: @_elycopter & @jewelsse via Instagram

Tayo Station’s Tayo-ween is where you’ll want to flex your kid’s Halloween costume, as there’s a best dressed competition with prizes that include a Tayo Station Lite Membership (worth $38). Aside from that, there are various game booths for children to win candies. Games include a mysterious tic-tac-toe, rock paper scissors with a twist, and a memory card game.  

Book your tickets for Tayo-ween

Rates: From $31.90 for 1 child (under 12 years old) and 1 adultVenue: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3 E!Hub, Downtown East, Singapore 519599Date: 28th-29th October 2023Contact: Tayo Station website 

Halloween events in Singapore

Whether you’re looking forward to dressing up as your favourite monsters and characters for a day, or simply anticipating loading up on candy, Halloween gives us plenty to do. Get into the spooky mood with these events that are both family-friendly and downright frightening.

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Cover image adapted from: City Sprouts, Skyline Luge Singapore via FacebookThis article contains partial partnership content. A portion of this content may contain referral links to products. However, all opinions are ours.


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