Best time to go to Singapore

Halloween 2020

Spooky attractions and fun family activities throughout October

Halloween in Singapore 2020 - Best Time
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Gabriel Teo

Singapore loves Halloween. You will see plenty of black and orange decorations at local supermarkets and shopping malls, an abundance of costumes for the holidays, and a ton of various fun activities throughout October.

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios (September 27–October 31, 2019)

Universal Studios Singapore is the epicentre of local Halloween celebrations. A huge theme park is located on Sentosa Island, offering seven themed zones. Only during the first two months of autumn Universal Studios Singapore host chilling Halloween Horror Nights. A special scary attraction features five haunted houses, two scare zones, exclusive shows and a Halloween carnival. Haunted Houses have Asian themes. Curse of the Naga takes visitors from the colourful streets of Bangkok to the jungles of Thailand to be lost under the spell of the Naga, a snake spirit. Twisted Clown University features remorseless clowns that train the next generation of comedic killers. Hell Block 9 tells the story of ruthless wardens that torture them and leave them for dead. These attractions are not meant for children.

Halloween Fun For Everyone at Universal Studios (September 6–October 31, 2019)

Along with genuinely terrifying rides and haunted houses, Universal Studios Singapore hosts a family-friendly program called Halloween Fun For Everyone. During September and October, the USS hosts plenty of joyful activities like Minion Monsters mini-parade with goodies at Minion Monsters Tricky Treats, or a musical show about friendship and kindness in Trick or Treat with Sesame Street. All-new Halloween Carnival offers interactive games and rides.

ACM After Dark in Asian Civilisations Museum (October 26, 2019)

ACM After Dark in Asian Civilisations Museum is a Halloween event for adults and children. It hosts chilling performances, paranormal panel discussions, spooky tales by local storytellers, and much more. Some attractions were inspired by the famous Chinese book Strange Tales dating back to the 18th century. Meet some of its fantasy creatures and make your own wicked characters.

Super Halloween at SuperPark (October 1–31, 2019)

Halloween at SuperPark is the spookiest kids zone located in all-in-one indoor activity park with three themed areas that offer over 20 fun activities for all ages. Only during October SuperPark becomes a fantasy-land welcoming supernatural guests from the underworld and monsters of all kinds. Kids are encouraged to wear costumes and participate in the SuperDressed Instagram contest. Kids can also win some SuperTreats after dark at the Halloween Zone where the Grim Reaper lies.

Other Celebrations

In addition to large festivals at theme parks, there are many small-scale celebrations throughout the island city, like WisWonder Fun-nival Weekends Halloween Special at Wisteria Mall and Halloween Trick Or Treat at Woodlands Woodgrove. At this neighbourhood, many residents decorate their houses and open the gates for kids to give out candies.