Halloween events 2022

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 10 Halloween events happening this month, from family-friendly activities to scary-as-heck experiences

1. Navigate a haunted maze at SuperPark

Nothing screams “Halloween!” more than being chased by ghosts around a maze. Horror lovers, that’s what you’ll get at SuperPark’s SuperSpook.

halloween-eventsImage credit: SuperPark Singapore

With 3 different spaces to explore, everyone including kids, kids at heart, and parents can get in on the screams. So here’s the plan: if you’re coming with the little ones, park them at the pumpkin-themed bouncy castle while you’re scared out of your mind at the Haunted Maze.

halloween-eventsImage credit: SuperPark Singapore

There’ll be a deadly marble match, a bloody butcher on the loose, and a terrifying neighbour from the underworld awaiting you. On the off chance that you manage to escape, head straight to the carnival games. Hopefully, the fun noodle toss challenge will wash away any scarring memory of the journey you just had.

halloween-eventsImage credit: SuperPark Singapore

From now till 14th October, you’ll be able to snag free tickets to SuperSpook when you enter SuperPark’s giveaway. All you have to do is follow SuperPark’s Instagram, share a horror story in the comment section, and hashtag #SuperSpook2.

Get tickets to SuperSpook.

Date: 21st-23rd & 28th-30th October 2022.
Entry: $45 (single ticket), $82 (bundle of 2), $160 (bundle of 4)
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-477, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.30am-8pm | Sat-Sun 9am-9pm
Contact: 6239 5360 | SuperPark Singapore website

2. Get spooked at Museum of I Scream

I scream, you scream, we all scream for unlimited ice cream at the Museum of Ice Cream’s Halloween festivity.

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The brightly lit space will be decked out in pink skeletons, Jack-o’-lanterns, and other mildly creepy installations. Stop by the candy cauldrons to solve riddles and score yourself some treats before hitting up the fortune teller for the unveiling of your fate and future.

halloween-eventsImage credit: Museum of Ice Cream

Make sure you do all that with a Graveyard Sundae or an Orange Creamsicle Milkshake in hand.

Get tickets to Museum of Ice Cream.

Date: From 1st-31st October 2022.
Entry: From $40
Address: 100 Loewen Road, Singapore 248837
Opening hours: Thu-Sun 10am-10pm (Closed from Monday to Wednesday)
Contact: Museum of Ice Cream website

3. Hunt for the Pontianak at Halloween Horror Nights

When it comes to Halloween, Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights is a classic. 


If you haven’t been before, this event pretty much tears USS apart and turns it into a series of haunted houses, scare zones, challenges, and puzzles. We’re talking about a killer artist, dozens of starving zombies, the deadly 13th Zodiac, and Pontianaks following you around, jumping out of buildings, and scaring the shizzle out of you.


If solving puzzles in a real battle against the villain is your jam, opt for the laser tag challenge. Just remember, no pushing even if these nightmarish characters might come after you with a fake chainsaw.

Get tickets to Halloween Horror Nights.

Date: From 30th October – 5th November 2022.
Entry: From $68/person
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Opening hours: Wed-Thu 11am-6pm | Fri-Sat 11am-6pm & 7.30pm-12.30am | Sun 11am-6pm (Closed on Monday and Tuesday)
Contact: 6577 8888 | Halloween Horror Nights website

4. Trick or treat with the kids at S.E.A Aquarium

The S.E.A Aquarium is probably one of the least scary attractions on this list. That’s why it’s perfect for families with younger kids who want to get into the Halloween spirit without being freaked out.

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Follow the trick-or-treat trail around the aquarium to uncover candies and marine life secrets. Then, catch the divers in skeleton costumes feeding the manta rays. Don’t forget to grab a free pumpkin belt bucket to store sweets in and take pics with the giant mascots scattered around the aquarium before you leave.

halloween-eventsImage credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Get tickets to the Deep Boo Sea at S.E.A Aquarium.

Date: From 2nd September – 8th November 2022.
Entry: From $41/person
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Opening hours: Fri-Tue 10am-5pm (Closed on Wednesday and Thursday)
Contact:  6577 8888 | S.E.A Aquarium website

5. Go on a ghost cruise on Genting Dream

Pack your bags because we’re taking you on a 3D2N ghost cruise.

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The Genting Dream is about to become synonymous with Halloween fun now that there’s a bevvy of scare zones filled with killer clowns put in place. Expect to see the creepiest of clowns at the Horror Maze, down the corridor, and inside the foam party. Who knows, there might be one waiting in your cabin as well.

That said, there’ll also be a slew of kid-friendly Halloween shows and games, a giant waterpark with 6 insane slides, a 35m zipline, a rockwall, and a rope course.

Get tickets to the Clowning Around Genting Dream cruise.

Date: From 16th October – 2nd November 2022.
Entry: From $80/cabin
Contact: 800 852 8188 | Resort World Cruise website

6. Meet the monsters at USS’s Trick or Thrills

If you can’t fathom conjuring the dead and running from zombies at USS’s Halloween Horror Nights, the daytime version called Trick or Thrills is for you.


There are no gory scenes and scary creatures here. Instead, this family-friendly affair is going to be all about the funky musicals, the colourful costumes, and the endless photo ops. Let the kids run after the Minions, grab lollipops from the Sweet and Sour Squad, and hunt down the Madagascar crew while you strut your head-turning Halloween stuff around.


Just make sure you’ll be in your best costume because there are sweet prizes up for grabs for those who win the Best Dressed Contest.

Get tickets to USS’s Trick or Thrills.

Date: From 7th September – 6th November 2022.
Entry: From $58/person
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Opening hours: Wed-Thu 11am-6pm | Fri-Sat 11am-6pm & 7.30pm-12.30am | Sun 11am-6pm (Closed on Monday and Tuesday)
Contact: 6577 8888 | Trick or Thrills website

7. Brace yourself at SG’s first momok drive-thru

This brand new and unique attraction is going to be one of the scariest haunts this year.

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At SG’s first momok drive-through haunted house, you’ll have the option of either driving or walking with your crew. The horrorville is set to be on the haunted stretch of Kampong Wak Hassan, which will be ultra-themed and full of jump scares to maximise your fear.


By the way, Pontianaks and Pocongs might not even be the scariest stuff you’ll encounter. There’s the snakey queue around the food trucks that might trigger real terror.

Get tickets to SG’s first momok drive-thru.

Date: From 27th-31st October 2022.
Entry: From $25.17
Address: Kampong Wak Hassan
Opening hours: 7pm-3am
Contact: SG’s first momok drive-thru Facebook

8. Have a feast on the Royal Albatross ghost ship

Not all ghost cruises are the same. Some throw you into the deep end of a clown pool, while others – like the Royal Albatross – treat you to a fancy schmancy 5-course dinner on a haunted vessel.

halloween-eventsImage credit: @royalalbatross

For 2.5 hours, you can feast to the fullest on Halloween-themed dishes like smoked salmon, pumpkin soup, and barramundi. Don’t forget to check out the spooky salon onboard where creepy creatures await.

halloween-dog-cruiseImage credit: @dogcruise.sg

There’s also a dog-friendly version of the ship that sets sail on 31st October, so if you want to bring your furry friend, now’s your chance. Dress them to the nine to be crowned Best Dressed and leave the kibbles at home because there’s a chef-approved meal onboard for them.

Get tickets to the Ghost Ship.

Date: From 27th-31st October 2022.
Entry: $225/person
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Contact: 9350 7475 | Royal Albatross website

9. Gather with witches & wizards at HometeamNS

When Halloween rolls around, the clubhouse at HometeamNS Balestier comes to life.

hometeamns-balestierImage credit: @hometeamns

There’ll be a wand-making workshop, multiple wizarding game booths helmed by the witches, and of course, a haunted dungeon. Make sure you follow the theme to the T and dress in your best wizard and witch costumes.

hometeamns-balestierLots of arts and crafts to keep the kids busy.
Image credit: @hometeamns

For other neighbourhoods, check with the nearby HometeamNS and see what event it has in store for you. We hear HomeTeamNS Khatib is putting together a spooky scavenger hunt, a bouncy castle, and a host of carnival games.

Get tickets to the HometeamNS Balestier Halloween.

Date: From 29th-30th October 2022
Entry: From $5
Address: 31 Ah Hood road, Singapore 329979
Opening hours: 9am-9pm, Daily
Contact: HometeamNS Balestier website

10. Board a haunted flight at Singapore Discovery Centre

A haunted aircraft, creepy crawlies, a layover on a mysterious island, and a cult of collectors. Yep, the freaks are coming out to play at the Singapore Discovery Centre’s Harrowing Halloween 2.

harrowing-halloweenImage credit: @yukagi.cos

Enjoy this Halloween bash with the help of themed food, drinks, and games at the Departure Hall prior to boarding the haunted Flight 013. After that, hit up the Transit Lounge for some free tattoos and crafts, a short horror movie screening, and a thrilling game of Black Lake Laser Battlefield. 

Don’t forget to check out the after-dark interactive exhibition to learn about Chinese superstitions and taboos while you’re there. 

Get tickets to Singapore Discovery Centre’s Harrowing Halloween 2.

Date: 1st, 7th-8th, 14th-15th, 21st-22nd, 28th-30th October 2022.
Entry: From $20
Address: 510 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638365
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7pm-11pm | Sat-Sun 11am-8pm
Contact: 6792 6188 | Singapore Discovery Centre’s 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 SuperPark Singapore, Museum of Ice Cream.
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