Halloween Events In Singapore 2016

Whether you want some spooky scares, devilish drinks or just a little Halloween candy, here are some cool activities to check out this year.

1. Halloween Horror Nights 6

Halloween Horror Nights really needs no introduction, and the 6th edition of the annual scare fest promises more spooky fun for those who dare to venture in. Brought to you by Universal Studios Singapore, this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 6 will feature Singapore-inspired themes, such as Old Changi Hospital, haunted hawkers and more. The number of haunted houses has also been increased from 4 to 5 this year, so fans can look forward to a night of chills, thrills and more.

Dates: Every Thursday to Sunday, until 31 October 2016. For more details, see here.
Time: 7.30pm – 12.30am
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore
Admission: From $65. See here for details.

halloween-horror-nights-6(Source: Universal Studios Singapore)

2. Battle Royale: Halloween 2016

This Halloween, everyone’s favourite bar in Orchard Road pays homage to the greatest fighters that ever existed. Head down to OverEasy Orchard – conveniently located at Liat Towers, if we may add – for an evening of good food, killer beats and of course, plenty of booze. The most badass costume of the night will also win a 4D3N stay at the gorgeous Amala Villas in Ubud, Bali, so now would be the time to get some kickass costume ideas

Date: Saturday, 29 October 2016
Time: 10pm till late
Venue: OverEasy Orchard, Liat Towers #01-01
Admission: Free

overeasy-halloween(Source: OverEasy Orchard)

3. Kinkilicious: Halloween Edition

Kickstart your Halloween celebrations at open-air bar Kinki, where Djs DuriO and A/K/A SOUNDS will be spinning a range of beats throughout the night. Besides good deals on booze (that’s always good right?), there will also be makeup artists there to give your face a skull makeover. Oh, and have we mentioned how you’ll also get an amazing view of the Marina Bay skyline?

Date: Saturday, 29 October 2016
Time: 6pm till late
Venue: Kinki Rooftop Bar, Customs House #03-02
Admission: Free

kinki-bar-halloween(Source: kinki Facebook)

4. Singapore Halloween Festival 2016

Singapore’s first ever all-day Halloween festival kicks off at Fort Canning Park this year, with 12 hours of family-friendly Halloween fun. This year’s theme is Thriller In The Park, so visitors can expect giant picnics, day dancing with live music, a zombie maze and a pop-up flea market. 

Date: Saturday, 29 October 2016
Time:  11am – 11pm
Venue: Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park
Admission: From $20. Children under 12 enter for free. See here for details.

thriller-in-the-park-singapore-halloween-festival-2016(Source: Singapore Halloween Festival Facebook)

5. Museum of Horrors VI – The Doll Factory

This Halloween, *SCAPE will transform its Ground Theatre into an ominous doll factory full of deranged dolls – which, lets face it, are way scarier than zombies or vampires. In its sixth edition this year, Museum of Horrors is somewhat of a horror house and museum experience, with seven chambers of themed rooms and scare actors ready to shock the living daylights out of you. This year’s theme is adapted from a true story (or so they say), with the horror house featuring the personal collection of a deranged doll master – including dolls made from…humans (cue gasps).

Dates: Selected nights between 26 October to 2 November 2016.
Time: 7pm – 10pm
Venue: *SCAPE, The Ground Theatre
Admission: From $15. See here for details.

museum-of-horrors-the-doll-factory(Source: Museum Of Horrors Facebook)

6. Halloween in the Tropics: Vampire Night

For one night only, Bar Canary turns into a Halloween haven, as the rooftop bar gets decked out in tricks and treats. Indulge in devilish drinks, do a Dracula dance-off or try your hand at Trick-or-Treat Beer Pong – because sometimes, even vampires need to have fun you know?

Dates: Saturday, 29 October 2016
Time: 7pm till late
Venue: Bar Canary, Grand Park Orchard, Level 4
Admission: Free, but call 6603 8855 for table reservations.

bar-canary-halloween(Source: Bar Canary Facebook)

7. Trick-or-Treating at Woodlands Woodgrove

Trick-or-treating may not be common in Singapore, but the good folks at Woodgrove have made an event out of it for all to enjoy. The privately-funded event (from security to road block permits) has become something of a tradition amongst the residents at Woodgrove in Woodlands, but all are welcome to join in the festivities. In fact, the event sees thousands of visitors every year, ranging from the young to old. Just be sure to respect private property when you’re there.

Date: 31 October 2016
Time:  6pm – 8pm, or until the candy runs out
Venue: Along Woodgrove Avenue. See here for a map of the exact location.
Admission: Free

trick-or-treat-woodlands-grove(Source: teammak.wordpress.com)

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