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11 Halloween 2019 Events In Singapore – Horror Escape Room, Zombie Movie Marathon, & Costume Parties

Halloween events in Singapore 2019

Image adapted from (clockwise from top-left): CÉ LA VI Singapore, @superloco_customshouse, @zedtownsg, TheSmartLocal

It’s not October if you’re gonna keep spooky season all hushed. Halloween in Singapore is all about dressing up, plucking up the courage to visit haunted houses, or simply having a horror movie marathon.

From wild costume parties at clubs to a real-life zombie battle with Nerf guns, there’s a wide range of Halloween events happening this year.

If you need some fashion inspo to nab that best dressed title, check out these articles:

1. Dirty Circus at CÉ LA VI

Costume party with fire breathers and contortionists

Image credit: CÉ LA VI Singapore

CÉ LA VI is back with another eccentric Halloween party titled Dirty Circus and it’ll feature fire breathers, exotic dancers and contortionists from the iconic Cirque Le Soir. It’ll be like a scene from The Greatest Showman but darker and more fantastical. And with booze!

Image credit: CÉ LA VI Singapore

Date: 26th October 2019
Time: 10PM till late
Venue: CÉ LA VI, 1 Bayfront Avenue Hotel, Tower 3, Level 57 Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Singapore 018971
Price: From $28, including 1 premium pour | Complimentary entry for guests arriving in costume before midnight
Dress code: Costume/fancy dress

2. Zedtown Asia: Battle for Singapore

Real-life zombie shooting experience

Image credit: @zedtownsg

You’ll be experiencing a real-life “zombie apocalypse” at Zedtown Asia’s Battle for Singapore. In this fight for survival, you’ll be running around the National Stadium with your friends and family, and even strangers, armed with Nerf guns to shoot down zombies in real life.

Image credit: @zedtownsg

If you get caught however, you will have to turn into a zombie and involves being caked in zombie makeup. But zombie or not, the first 100 ticket holders who present their tickets at Zouk on 26 October 2019 will get complimentary access to Zouk’s Halloween Party. 

Zedtown Asia: Battle for Singapore
Date: 26th October 2019
Time: 12PM or 6.30PM
Venue: National Stadium
Price: From $40


Horror-themed escape room with jump scares from pontianaks

Image credit: Kursed

If costumes aren’t enough to make your Halloween evening, an escape session at KURSED might be able to give you the thrill you seek with jump scares waiting for you at every corner of the haunted house, along with riddles and missions to complete.

You’ll still be racing against time to escape a locked room but this time, it’ll be a hair-raising event when you encounter figures from Malay ghostlore like the pontianak and pocong.

Date: 16th October 2019 – 10th November 2019
Time: Starts at 8PM with slots every half hour
Venue: 10A Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099008
Price: $52 (Wed & Thu) | $58 (Fri, Sat, Sun)

4. Horrorthon: Zombieland Marathon at Golden Village

Movie marathon with free-flow popcorn

Image credit: Golden Village

Zombies have become a mainstay for anything horror-related. This Halloween, Golden Village is inviting everyone to Zombieland marathon, which includes the current Zombieland movie as well as the second edition Zombieland: Double Tap one week ahead of everyone else in Singapore. There’s gonna be free-flow popcorn so you won’t get hungry through the night!

If you’re among the first 100 to do a walk-in purchase of Horrorthon, you’ll receive an exclusive Zombieland: Double Tap t-shirt. 

Horrorthon: Zombieland Marathon
Date: 26th October 2019
Time: 7PM-11.20PM (break at 9PM-9.20PM)
Venue: GV Plaza and GV Yishun
Price: $26 (GV Movie Club Member) | $28 (Public)

5. Halloween Fun Trick or Treat at HeadRock VR

Virtual reality games with zombies and ghosts

HeadRock VR’s giving Halloween scares a new twist with their virtual reality rooms. From only $10, you’ll get to bust zombies, ride through a simulated ghost-filled valley and treat yourself to sweets and bubble tea after the heart-stopping scares. 

But if not everyone in your gang can handle the spook, they have 11 different attractions spread across 3 zones that aren’t all horror-related. You can take it easy jumping through the jungle like Tarzan at their Jump Jump station or try out archery at their Robin Hood station. 

Read our article on HeadRock VR here.

Date: 1st – 31st October 2019
Time: 10AM-8PM
Venue: 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-38/39, Singapore 098138
Price: $10 for Halloween Fun Game Ticket. For full list of prices, visit here.

6. USS Halloween Horror Nights

Haunted houses at Universal Studios

It’s a Halloween ritual for many of us to visit Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights for a good scare. This year, you can expect regional horror icons like the langsuir, naga and orang minyak amongst many other classic vengeful spirits.

If clowns freak the daylights out of you, the Twisted Clown University is where you’d want to be. It’s a whole house of clowns but not the funny ones – these are the evil ones that lurk in your nightmares. 

There’ll be a total of 5 haunted houses to explore but if you need a break, there’ll be a chilling performance to catch and a street of more lighthearted carnival games.

Read our article on this year’s Halloween Horror Nights here.

Halloween Horror Nights 9
Date: until 31st October 2019
Time: 7.30PM-12.30AM
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Price: From $55. Full list of prices here.

7. Halloween Night Skate 2019

Costume skate trail across Orchard

Image credit: Skateline Skateschool Singapore

For the faint-hearted who still want to be a part of the fun without the jump scares, Halloween Night Skate 2019 will bring you through the Halloween celebrations across Orchard, on wheels. While decked in your costume, you’ll be skating a grand distance of 12km starting from The Cathay all the way to ION, with some stopovers including the Singapore Flyer, Clarke Quay and SMU’s tunnel.

Image credit: Skateline Skateschool Singapore

You will need to bring your own skates, and possess some basic roller skating or rollerblading ability to join.

Halloween Night Skate 2019
Date: 26th October 2019
Time: 7.30PM
Start point: The Cathay Theatre
Price: Free

8. Dia De Los Muertos 2019 at Lucha Loco

Mexican Day of the Dead celebration with pinatas

A Day of the Dead worship shrine
Image credit: @luchaloco

Lucha Loco, together with the Mexican Association of Singapore, is celebrating the Day of the Dead with a weekend fiesta that you don’t want to flake on if you’re looking for an authentic Mexican experience. You’ll get sugar skull face paint and the opportunity to bash a giant skull pinata, all while sipping special concoctions including your own DIY Margaritas.

Image credit: luchaloco

You will want to come dressed to the nines ‘cos they’ve got attractive prizes like dining vouchers and a bottle of Espolon Reposado tequila for more after-party fun. There will also be a performance by a La Catrina drag queen. 

Image credit: @superloco_customshouse

If you already have plans on the day of Lucha Loco, you can also catch the fiesta at Super Loco Customs House, another Mexican restaurant and bar under The Loco Group. It’ll be the same sort of experience but with a view of the Singapore River and the Marina Bay Sands.

Image credit: @superloco_customshouse

Lucha Loco
Date: 26th October 2019
Time: 9PM-late
Venue: 15 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089598
Price: Free admission
Dress code: Dapper as Death and Beautifully Deceased

Super Loco Customs House
Date: 25th October 2019
Time: 9PM-12AM
Venue: 70 Collyer Quay, #01-04 Customs House, Singapore 049323
Price: Free admission

9. Cathay Horror Haunt: Asian Dark Hour – The Revenge of the Unsettled

Pop-up haunted houses with Asian ghosts

Image credit: The Cathay

It won’t be a regular visit to the movies if you’re heading to The Cathay or Cineleisure Orchard this month. They’re celebrating Halloween with Cathay Horror Haunt: Asian Dark Hour – The Revenge of the Unsettled, where you’ll meet Sadako, Pontianaks and Chinese vampires in their pop-up haunted houses.

Image credit: @prys.cylla

Anyone can enter these haunted houses, all you have to do is to spend a minimum of $5 within the mall and you’ll get to experience the scenes from iconic horror movies come to life as you walk through the haunted houses. Otherwise, you can also enter by paying $10 per person. 

Image credit: The Cathay

Horror Haunt: Asian Dark Hour – The Revenge of the Unsettled
Date: 16th – 27th October 2019
Time: Full list of timings here.
Venue: The Cathay, Handy Rd, Former Cathay Building, Singapore 229233 | Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Rd, Singapore 239695
Price: Present a minimum $5 same-day spending receipt per person or pay $10 per person

10. ACM After Dark: Tales From Beyond

Fortune telling, chilling performances, and panel talks about the paranormal

Image credit: @acm_sg

The Asian Civilisations Museum is opening their doors after hours to invite everyone into a fantastical world filled with ghosts, immortals and demons – a scene inspired by the Chinese book, Strange Tales. What’ll happen within the doors include chilling performances and panel talks about the paranormal.

Image credit: @acm_sg

Specially for Halloween, there’ll also be an adults-only immersive storytelling in the dark. You’ll also be able to make your own souvenirs like pipe cleaner spiders at their craft workshop or get your fortune read by a fortune teller. 

ACM After Dark: Tales From Beyond
Date: 26th October 2019
Time: 7PM-11PM
Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
Price: Free

11. The Qult at Marquee Nightclub

Costume party at Singapore’s largest club

Marquee, the new kid on the block which also happens to be the largest nightclub in Singapore, is presenting their first ever Halloween party this year: The Qult. You can expect a Las Vegas kind of extra with 3 levels of partying and a whole ferris wheel within the club itself. 

You’ll want to out-dress everyone because the best dressed will stand a chance to win prizes worth up to $14,000. Also, if you’re amongst the first 100 guests to arrive in full costume before 11PM, you’ll get to join the party for free.

Halloween 2019: The QULT
Date: 26th October 2019
Time: 10PM till late
Venue: 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-67, Singapore 018956
Price: $48

Halloween events and parties 2019

Aside from the eerie vibes of Halloween, dressing up as someone else’s nightmare can be a lot of fun especially when you’re with friends. Send shudders up your spine by chasing actual zombies in real life or a virtual reality simulation. No matter which event you settle for, it’s sure to be a good spook fest.

If Halloween’s not your cup of tea, you can also check out other events happening this October here.

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