Halloween in Singapore: 12 Fun Things to Do This October

Halloween in Singapore: 12 Fun Things to Do This October

Expect spine-tingling chills and wickedly good times!

Boo! It’s the month of October, which means Halloween is just around the corner. So, we have compiled a list of Halloween-related activities for you. Whether you’re looking for a night out with friends or a family-friendly event — always keep calm and creep on! Without further ado, here are the top things to do for Halloween in Singapore.

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Experience the best Halloween events in Singapore

1. Party the night away at Cherry Discotheque

Cherry Discotheque - Halloween events in Singapore

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Kicking off our list of Halloween events in Singapore — Cherry Discotheque is holding a Halloween party: High Spirits: Fireball Presents Cherry Underworld. Fireball (a mixture of Canadian whisky, cinnamon flavouring and sweeteners) fanatics and party enthusiasts will definitely love this! 

There is a special bundle of two Fireball whisky bottles priced at S$400. Besides enjoying the Fireball-infused concoctions, you will get to try their fig cake, Fireball affogato, and even Fireball-infused gelato. However, do note that the gelatos are only available for a limited period of time. 

This Halloween party in Singapore will take place on 27 and 28 Oct 2023, with ticket prices starting at S$25 (inclusive of one complimentary drink).  There are also prizes to be won if you participate in the best-dressed competition and show high involvement on TikTok!

2. Enjoy a spooktacular fun day at CQ @ Clarke Quay

The iconic Halloween Party at CQ @ Clarke Quay is back with a bang! On 28 Oct 2023, from 1pm till late, you can don your spookiest costumes and indulge yourself in a full day of fun and thrills. From heart-pumping activities to games and live performances — you are in for a hauntingly good time! You will even have the chance to win attractive prizes and dining vouchers. Definitely a Halloween party in Singapore you shouldn’t miss!

3. Step into a world of nightmares at Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Studios Singapore

Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Studios Singapore

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South East Asia’s most iconic scare fest returns with new thrills and is back to full scale. Halloween Horror Nights 11 at Universal Studios Singapore is happening until 4 Nov 2023. Expect five terrifying haunted houses, three scare zones, live shows, and even a multi-sensory dining experience. 

In collaboration with Netflix’s hit zombie series, All of Us Are Dead, the haunted house is designed to take fans along the students’ perilous journey as they fight for their lives after a zombie outbreak in their high school. This zombie apocalypse mock-up marks the first world’s horror attraction inspired by the series, so it’s a must-visit if you’re looking for exciting Halloween events in Singapore! 

Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Studios Singapore

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Another interesting haunted house you can expect is the Rebirth of the Matriarch. This one takes guests inside a family home, where a deadly ritual is being conducted to bring The Matriarch back to life. One of the scare zones is the Dead Man’s Wharf. This brings visitors face-to-face with fearsome Chinese pirate Madame Dragon and her motley crew. Click here to know what other activities and attractions they have in store for you! 

Tickets are priced at S$89 for peak nights and S$79 for non-peak nights. Do note that this Halloween event is not recommended for children under the age of 13. Also, no costumes or costume masks are allowed. 

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4. Get spooked at D’Marquee’s Halloween Scream Fest

D’Marquee Downtown East is hosting an all-new Halloween Scream Fest, organised by The Vault Singapore. For the daredevils and thrill seekers, put your courage to the test at one of the spookiest haunted house shows in Singapore!

From 26 to 29 Oct 2023, prepare to confront your deepest fears as you enter a world where nightmares come to life at Built From Ground Up. This immersive and interactive haunted house experience has three scare zones, modelled after Singapore’s HDB blocks and each featuring a different home. After you complete your adventure through the abyss, head over to capture memories of your experience at the free photo booth on stage!

5. Spend a spine-chilling night at Singapore Discovery Centre

In its third annual scarefest, Singapore Discovery Centre presents Harrowing Halloween 3! This year’s event theme is inspired by Singapore schools. So, expect some eerie classrooms, club rooms, spooky corridors, students, and many more! It also features a haunted house, a haunted maze, an interactive scare zone, a chill-out zone, an XD ride, short films at the auditorium, and craft activities. Ticket prices start from S$35. 

Scare yourself silly at this Halloween event in Singapore from 20 Sep to 29 Oct 2023. Doors are open from 7pm till 11pm!

6. Purchase your tickets to hell at Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa

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Not one to miss out on Halloween events in Singapore, Haw Par Villa is celebrating this spooky season with How Ror Villa 2! The 86-year-old attraction is opening its Hell’s Museum till midnight from 27 to 29 Oct 2023. For as low as S$20 per adult, the infamous 10 courts of hell will allow visitors to experience the afterlife shrouded in darkness. 

You will get to discover the concepts behind the graphic representations of sins and punishments in hell. If you are looking for an eye-opening experience and a (sort of literal) hell of a time, this is something you shouldn’t miss when spending Halloween in Singapore!

7. Relive the gruesome ’60s at Orchard Gateway

From 14 to 31 Oct 2023, discover hair-raising thrills as Orchard Gateway and The Blue Pocket present Gateway to Hell: Reliving the Gruesome 60s

As the first Halloween extravaganza at Orchard Gateway, you will witness the mall being transformed into a ghastly 1960s-themed haunted mansion. It will feature six select zones, a virtual reality room, and a photo booth to capture the occasion. The goal is to stop a demonic schoolgirl’s rampage in our realm. To do so, participants must travel through amazingly detailed settings and meet unsettling characters. 

Family-friendly activities for Halloween in Singapore

8. Kickstart the Halloween fun with your kids at Anchorpoint Mall

Anchorpoint Mall

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The newly renovated Anchorpoint Mall will be holding its first Pumpkin Treat on 21, 22, 28, and 29 Oct 2023. Children aged 3 to 12 can participate in a pumpkin maze and ball pit filled with hidden treats, Halloween face painting, jack-o’-lantern crafts, and a costume contest. What’s better is that it is free! 

Stores have also come together to celebrate Halloween 2023 with scarily delicious seasonal treats from Fang Patisseries, Overbrød’s, and Anagram. You can also refer to Anchorpoint’s trick-or-treat map and explore the mall’s new full line-up of shops.

9. Have a spook feast at 7th Heaven KTV and Cafe

On 31 Oct 2023 at 7pm, 7th Heaven KTV and Cafe is holding their Halloween Spookylicious Night. At just S$16++ for kids aged 6 to 12, and S$38++ for adults, families can get together to celebrate this spooky occasion. Dive into a whole night of fun with live music performances, tarot readings, a free-flow buffet, and a best-dressed competition! 

There will be a Halloween menu special that includes spooky snacks, cocktails and mocktails for the kids. You can also enjoy the entertainment facilities, including a karaoke system, pool table, football channel, game consoles, dice, as well as card and board games!

10. Check out the spooky farm carnival at City Sprouts, Tiong Bahru

As more Halloween events in Singapore kick off, City Sprouts, an urban farm in Tiong Bahru is hosting Farm Frights: Halloween Carnival & Night Market. Kids can create their own spookalicious cookies, transform into their favourite characters with face painting, watch a captivating magic show, and many more! Besides that, kids can also show off their best Halloween costume at the Best Dressed Competition and embark on a Ghost Lollipop Scavenger Hunt. Despite it being a kids-centric event, there is also a night market for parents to keep their hungry tummies satisfied.

This family-friendly Halloween party in Singapore will be held on 28 Oct 2023, from 5pm to 9pm. Do take note that entry is free, but there are ticketed activities.

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11. Catch the eerie melodies at Victoria Concert Hall

Droom, dread, and D minor! This Halloween, the Singapore Symphony Chorus puts on A Haunted Halloween Hymn concert at the Victoria Concert Hall. With the songs of Dan Forrest, Wojciech Kilar, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and more — organist Loraine Muthiah will send tingles down your spine. Paired with the chilling interiors of Victoria Concert Hall and the ghastly groans from the pipe organ, it’s an otherworldly experience that will haunt your dreams!

This concert will take place on 28 Oct 2023 at 7.30pm, and 29 Oct 2023 at 4pm. Tickets are priced at S$10. For the scariest, most impressive dressed concert-goer, you will get the chance to win Singapore Symphony Orchestra merchandise! 

12. Organise your very own Halloween party

Own Halloween party

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What better way to celebrate Halloween 2023 in Singapore than by hosting your very own Halloween party? First and foremost, you have to decide on the theme of the party. Some themes to consider include zombies, mummies, and pumpkins. Once you have decided on your theme, it would be easier to determine how you want to decorate the venue, and what kind of costumes your guests should wear. 

Secondly, carefully select the venue. Whether it’s a haunted house, your own home, or an outdoor space, it is important to set the eerie atmosphere you want to create. Next, make a guest list and send out the invites, depending on how many people you wish to have. Now, here comes the fun part: Plan what kind of food, drinks, and games you’ll have at your party! 

As you organise your very own Halloween party, let your imagination run wild and have a ghoulishly fun night!

Also read: 12 Best Places to Celebrate Halloween Around the World

Halloween events in Singapore have become spooktacular affairs in recent years. Although this holiday is not traditionally celebrated in this part of the world, it’s always a wonderful time to get together with family and/or friends! So, there you have it: the top fun things to do this Halloween in Singapore! 

We hope you have an absolutely fang-tastic time! Let us know how much fun you had on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

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Anthea Wong
Anthea Wong

Anthea loves adventures, so much so that she will plunge into the unimaginable depths of different cultures and traditions when she is travelling. Besides tasting different cuisines, witnessing stunning landscapes, and meeting fascinating people — she enjoys documenting her experiences, too.