Halloween – the only time of the year acceptable for grown men and women to dress in costume, is almost upon us. Thanks to the haze, the eternal smog in the Singapore air provides the perfect spooky backdrop to this year’s festivities.
Whether you’re simply visiting Singapore or a current resident with absolutely no Halloween plans, don’t worry – Evolve Daily’s got you covered. Here are 5 Ways To Have The Spookiest Halloween Ever in Singapore:
Get palpitations galore at Halloween Horror Nights
Think you can survive 4 haunted houses, 3 scare zones and unlimited, adrenaline pumping rides? Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights might just be your thing. Be warned – you may never want to take public transportation again: one of this year’s special haunted houses is True Singapore Ghost Stories: The MRT.
Tip: Arrive an hour early to beat the queue. Make sure you wear your favorite running shoes to provide comfort and stability as you run away from all the creatures of the night!
Head to the official website for RWS Halloween Horror Nights and book online here.
Halloween Horror Nights 5 runs on select nights from:
2 – 31 October 2015, 7.30pm to 12.30pm at Universal Studios Singapore.
Halloween Horror Nights 5 runs for all the weekends in October from:
2 – 3 October, 9 October, 11 October, 18 October, 25 October and 29 October, from 7.30pm to 12.30am.
Timings are extended on 10 October, 16 – 17 October, 23 October, 24 October, 30 – 31 October, from 7.30pm to 1.30am.
Make a reservation at a haunted hotel
Are you brave enough to check into the Hendon Hotel? Known as Singapore’s first and only interactive and responsive mystery adventure, one must brave the horrors of the haunted hotel and solve a crime in 75 minutes. Set amidst the former Changi Hospital and Changi Barracks, checking into this hotel is definitely not for the faint of heart.
Tip: This place is perfect for detectives at heart and for those looking for more than your typical haunted house experience.
Visit changirevisited.com for more information.
Rent a costume
Whether you’re trick-or-treating around the neighborhood or attending a Halloween party, looking your spookiest should be at the top of your list. Luckily, Singapore is filled with costume rental shops to cater to your every whim.
Tip: Check out Customade Costume and Merchandise. They have one of the best selections island-wide with over 50,000 costumes and 4,000 accessories.
Check out Customade Costume and Merchandise’s official website for more details.
Visit one of the 5 most haunted places in Singapore
If you’re a true thrill seeker, why not pay one or all of the 5 most haunted places in Singapore a visit? Known to have actual supernatural energy, these haunted hotspots will surely satisfy your curiosity and possibly answer the question: do ghosts truly exist?
Tip: Bring a friend (or two) along for moral support or backup. You’ll definitely need it!
A night at the museum
On October 31, the Asian Civilisations Museum holds its annual ACM After Dark event. For one night only, guests and their children can look forward to activities inspired by the Ten Courts of Hell in Chinese Mythology. With storytellers, treasure hunts and so much more, this will surely be a night to remember!
Tip: Admission is free! Don’t forget to bring the kids along.
For more information, check out the Asian Civilisations Museum’s official website.
So tell us, what’s the first activity on your list?
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