It’s that time of year again when we dress (the kids) up in ghoulishly cute costumes and go trick-or-treating. Of course, parents with young kids would prefer lots of “Boos” with no “Boo hoo hoos” afterwards. Thankfully, these kid-friendly Halloween events 2019 are designed especially for families looking for a spine-chilling time sans nightmares! Oh, and that’s right—we have not one but two giveaways for you!
Edit: The giveaways might be over, but we’ve updated this list with loads more fun Halloween happenings and promotions, so scroll on down!
*NEW* Happy Halloween at buds by Shangri-La
It’s Happy Halloween time at buds by Shangri-La this month. At 11am and 3.30pm on weekends and public holidays, kids aged six years and up can make Cookies & Cream Bloody Donuts in Bake classes ($58 per child). Other activities include making a Halloween treat bag ($8 per child), Spooky Flying Ghost Cups, temporary ‘scary’ tattoos and trick-or-treating at The Witch’s House. At 5pm daily from 25 to 31 October, kids can also join in the Evening Hallowed Walk for more trick-or-treating around the hotel!
When 19-31 October
Where Tower Wing Lower Lobby, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road
Cost Regular admission applies
*NEW* The Addams Family Halloween Kids Party at Golden Village VivoCity
The kookiest and creepiest family is back to spook up your Halloween. Get to watch The Addams Family a week before anyone else! Come in your spookiest outfits and stand to win KidZania tickets worth $97. There are also $50 Marks and Spencer gift cards and $100 worth of prizes from TimeZone to be won. Each ticket includes a free Spooky Bag and entry to the Halloween activity area for kids. Advanced booking available online now.
When 26 October, 9.45am – 12.30pm (screening at 11am)
Where GV VivoCity, #02-30 VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk
Cost $20 for GV members | $24 for public
*NEW* Brick-Or-Treat at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort
Why not combine a fun Halloween experience with a short getaway over the Causeway? LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort brings back its annual Brick-Or-Treat event, complete with an augmented reality twist. Hunt for LEGO ghosts in an AR game at the Hidden Sides Haunted School Bus that’s parked near the entrance area of the theme park. Expect endless themed activities throughout the whole park. What’s more, children dressed in Halloween costumes enter free when accompanied by an adult with full-priced ticket!
When 1 October – 3 November
Where KidZania Singapore, Palawan Kidz City, Sentosa island
Cost From MYR221 per child | From MYR278 per adult (various promotions available)
1. SpookyTown 2: The Masquerade Hunt at KidZania Singapore
In a spellbinding sequel, expect a night of family-friendly adventures at KidZania Singapore as it transforms into SpookyTown once again. It seems that last year’s explosion was caused by Mayor Fabiola, and she’s now disappeared. Embark on The Masquerade Hunt with three new characters. Activities include sensory walkthroughs, musical performances, ballroom dancing, masquerade mask-making, carnival booths, and themed roleplay. The best-dressed family each night also wins prizes.
When 25-27 October, 1-2 and 8-9 November, 6.30pm – 10pm
Where KidZania Singapore, Palawan Kidz City, Sentosa island
Cost From $43 for adults and children 3 years and up | Free for children 2 years and below
:: GIVEAWAY #1 ::
Win a pair of admission tickets to KidZania Singapore’s SpookyTown 2. We have 2 pairs up for grabs!
How to win:
1. Share this article on Facebook with the hashtags #SpookyTownSG #KidZaniaSG and #SMgiveaway (make sure your share is set to ‘public’)
2. Like our Facebook post, and tag three friends in the comments
3. Sit back and relax. We’ll be in touch if you’ve won!
Closing date: 12 noon on 8 October
2. Halloween Bakes at The Polliwogs @ Suntec City
Bond with your kids through baking and playing at their favourite indoor playground. Organised by Supreme Parents in conjunction with The Polliwogs, this is ideal for tots as young as two years old. Together, you’ll learn to bake and decorate the cutest Halloween cupcakes in a two-hour play-shop. Each child also gets a goodie bag and unlimited play at The Polliwogs! Supreme Parents and The Polliwogs Facebook page followers enjoy 35% off tickets with promo code 35OFF.
When 25 October, 2pm – 4pm or 5pm – 7pm | 28 October, 11am – 1pm or 2pm – 4pm
Where #02-728 Tower 4, Suntec City Mall
Cost $90 per child aged 2-12 years | $30 per adult
(See also: Elliott Visits Waka Waka by The Polliwogs)
3. ACM After Dark 2019
Enter a fantastical world full of creepy creatures in a one-night-only Halloween special at the Asian Civilisations Museum. Inspired by the famous 18th-century Chinese book Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio, there’ll be chilling performances and paranormal talks. While the kids are busy making their own wicked souvenir or having their fortunes drawn by local artists, you can go on an adults-only experiential storytelling in the dark. Be ready to be haunted!
When 26 October, 7pm – 11pm
Where Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place
4. Yokai Festival: Halloween Town at Downtown East
The Yokai return to Downtown East this Halloween. In the day, be drawn into entertaining stage performances and shop the Underground Market. Get your free Yokai mask painting, or spend $30 to customise your unique look, just in time for the Yokai Parade at 7pm before enjoying free popcorn and nachos and cheese at the outdoor moving screening of Spirited Away. Last but certainly not least, bring your soft foam dart blaster to battle it out with the Yokai at Wild Wild Wet!
When 26-27 October, 2pm – 10pm
Where Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close
5. Halloween Fun for Everyone at Universal Studios Singapore
The kids love Universal Studios Singapore but are simply too young for its flagship nighttime scare event? You’re in luck! For the first time ever, USS is unveiling family-friendly Halloween fun in broad daylight. Join Illumination’s Minion Monsters in a mini-parade with goodies to grab, watch a musical show of friendship and kindness in Trick or Treat with Sesame Street, and take part in interactive games at the all-new Halloween Carnival with prizes to be won.
When 6 September – 31 October
Where Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa island
Cost Regular admission applies
*NEW* Fat Chap Presents Spooktacular Kids Halloween Party
Bond with your little monsters over workshops where they’ll get to decorate spooky cookies, shake up mocktails and create creepy crawly dirt cakes. Then feast on a not-so-ghastly buffet spread featuring treats like Broken Finger Bao, Skeleton Ribs, Cremated Chicken Wings, Eyeball Cake Pops and an assortment of Scary Monster Chocolate Cupcakes. End the afternoon with a trick-or-treating trail through Suntec City. It’s all happening at Fat Chap this Halloween.
When 26 October, 12noon – 5pm
Where #01-643 Suntec City East Wing, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Cost $35++ per person | Free for children under 4 years (10% discount for groups of 4 pax and up)
*NEW* Trick-or-Treating at Deliveroo Food Market
Popular food delivery service Deliveroo has decked out its biggest and newest Editions site, Deliveroo Food Market, into a ghostly lair where trick-or-treaters can gather for a scare. On two eerie evenings, enjoy free movie screenings: A Quiet Place (25 October) and Ouija: Origin of Evil (31 October), complete with snacks, drinks and a $3 Editions kitchens food voucher. In addition, expect a complimentary surprise trick-or-treat with every order when you pick up your meals in the automated cubbies (while stocks last)!
6. Ha-Glow-een at River Safari with tokidoki
Have you gone on The Quest for the River Gem at River Safari yet? If not, here’s more reason to pop down in October. Besides the chance to collect limited-edition tokidoki x River Safari pins, get up close and personal with mermaids and manatees, and meet life-size sculptures of Memicornos and River Safari’s exclusive tokidoki characters, you can also make your own neon rainbow slime, craft a trick-or-treat bag, and have a glowing good time at Halloween-themed game booths.
When 1-31 October (activities only available on selected days—check website for details)
Where River Safari
Cost Regular admission applies; activities are free except for Manatee Mania Tour
:: GIVEAWAY #2 ::
Three lucky families stand to win an exclusive tokidoki x River Safari ez-link card + admission tickets to the River Safari for 2 adults and 2 children in our Children’s Day giveaway. If you haven’t taken part in it yet, click here to find out how you can be a winner!
7. SuperHalloween at SuperPark Singapore
Muster up courage and face your fears at SuperPark Singapore. Brave souls stand to win prizes too. As Supernatural beings wander around searching for lost souls in the Supernatural Challenge, avoid becoming an ingredient for their potion! Then outwit the Grim Reaper to win some SuperTreats. Remember to come dressed in your Halloween finery and be judged by the council of witches. Limited Halloween Combo and SuperHalloweenDay (31 October) ticketing promotions are available, so hurry!
When 1-31 October, 10am – 9pm (weekdays) and 9am – 9pm (weekends, public holidays and school holidays)
Where #02-477 North Wing, Suntec City Mall
Cost Halloween Combo $88 for 3 Regular Day passes | Get your second ticket free with any purchase of a one-day ticket on 31 October
8. HeadRock VR’s Halloween Fun “Trick or Treat”
Are you game for a spooky VR experience? Then head to HeadRock VR and take advantage of special promotions this October. Go on a ride through a ghost-filled valley, or be a zombie buster trying to survive the apocalypse. These are just some of the thrilling experiences you’ll find this spooky season. Escape the tricks and you may even be rewarded with treats ranging from bubble tea to a spooky photobooth session, and even free rides! Only for players six years old and up.
When 1-31 October, 10am – 8pm
Where #01-38/39 Resorts World Sentosa, 26 Sentosa Gateway
Cost Halloween Fun game ticket at $10++ | Discounts off ride packages apply
9. Power Kids Gym’s Halloween Family Carnival
For its 15th Halloween Family Carnival, Power Kids Gym is prepping for its biggest and most exciting Halloween party to date. Families can look forward to great food and drinks and age-appropriate activities, including special corners for kids, mums and dads. There’ll be a Crazy Haunted Castle, Bouncy Castle, Dance Arena and various games stations. The winners of the scariest, cutest, funniest, most creative and best family costumes also take home mementos of the event.
When 2 November, 4.30pm – 9pm
Where Skylight Atrium, UE Square
Cost $30 per child aged 2-12 years | $20 per adult
*NEW* Spooktacular Halloween Dinner at Melt Café
Melt Café presents a spooktacular Halloween dinner replete with treats not for the faint-hearted. Dive in to ‘The Mysterious Dead Sea’ with a bounty of seafood or sink your fangs into premium sashimi at ‘The Surgery Room’. While ‘Slaughter House’ features Slow Roasted Bone-in Prime Ribs and a Tandoori Whole Lamb, ‘Eighteen Levels of Hell’ offers delights such as Salted Egg Prawns. Be haunted by sweets such as Brain and Worms Rote Grutze Mix Berries with Diplomat Cream, ‘Ogre Eye Ball’ Clementine Orange Marmalade Cheese Cake, and Pistachio Madeleines shaped like fingers.
When 1-2 November, 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Where Mandarin Oriental Singapore, 5 Raffles Avenue
Cost From $98++ per adult | $40++ per child aged 7-12 years
10. A Harrowing Hell-oween at Edge
Acclaimed buffet restaurant Edge serves up a harrowing experience this Halloween. As horror movie characters such as The Nun and Annabelle beckon you in, partake in sacrifices from nightmarish rituals. Think Demonic Nun (beef tartare), Corpse on Stretcher (house-made sausages and pork ribs on Guéridon Trolley), Dead Body (suckling pig) and more. Hannibal Lecter will also be on hand to offer some Coffin (tiramisu cake) and Krendler’s Brain (strawberry cake) at the spine-chilling morgue.
When 2 November, 6.30pm – 10.30pm | 3 November, 12noon – 3.30pm
Where Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore
Cost From $98++ per adult | From $49++ per child aged 6-12 years
*NEW* Play Peek-a-BOO with Starbucks
Enter Starbucks’ newest scarers in town: The Midnight Chocolate Frapp-BOO-Ccino and Franken Green Frapp-BOO-Ccino. Combining green tea with decadent chocolate, finished with a too-cute-to-spook ghost-shaped chocolate, every sip guarantees a bewitching experience. Pair it with quirky cakes that capture the chilling essence of the season, and take home un-BOO-lievably adorable cups, bottles, and other merchandise featuring wide-eyed black cats and pumpkins.
When From 9 October, while stocks last
Where Starbucks outlets islandwide
11. A Fa-Boo-lous Halloween with Cold Stone Creamery
Planning to throw your own Halloween party for your kids and your friends’ and neighbours’ kids? Then you’ve got to check out Cold Stone Creamery’s new ice cream character cakes. Trick ‘n’ Troll through the night with friendly Trolls or have a Despicably good time with the adorable Minions. Pick from 12 different designs and nine yummy flavours such as Daddy’s Mojo and Peanut Butter Playground.
When 14 September – 31 October
Where #B1-K13 Waterway Point | #02-K1 VivoCity | #01-01 HillV2 | online
Cost From $65nett | Mastercard cardholders enjoy 15% off listed prices
Halloween Events 2019 Just for the Big Kids
12. Halloween Horror Nights 9 at Universal Studios Singapore
The region’s most iconic scare event returns with five haunted houses, two scare zones and two killer shows. Taking centrestage is Curse of the Naga, the first regional collaboration with directors of Thai horror films Shutter and 4bia. Adding on to the list of ever-popular Asian-inspired horrors is The Chalet Hauntings, along with haunted houses themed after twisted clowns and creepy dolls, plus a never-before-seen morbid death metal procession.
When Select nights 27 September – 31 October, 7.30pm – 1.30am (peak nights) and 7.30pm – 12.30am (non-peak nights)
Where Universal Studios Singapore, Sentosa island
Cost From $60 per person (various discounts and bundled packages available)
13. The Curse of the Crow on the Royal Albatross
It’s All Hallows Eve in 1930 and a royal sailing party casts off the coast of the Island of Death. After the captain orders the death of a crow that interrupted his speech, the revelry continues. The crew later discovers the crow’s body missing. It follows that the ship too went missing and the fate of those onboard has been unknown since. Board the Royal Albatross for a one-night-only cruise that retraces the route taken that fateful night. Wine, dine, and dance the night away…if you dare.
When 31 October, 8pm – 12midnight
Where Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa island
Cost From $390 for 2 pax
Cerebral Singapore, in collaboration with Mega Adventure Singapore, and actor, playwright and director Jonathan Lim, brings Halloween thrill-seekers new nightmares. Deep inside a hilltop forest on Pulau Blakang Mati sits a kampung abandoned by all but the island’s oldest pontianak. Getting in is easy…but will she let you out? This hybrid adventure combines the race-against-time escape room experience with twisted thematic scares of a haunted house. Participants must be 16 years and above.
When 16 October – 10 November, 8pm – 10.30pm (Wed & Thu), 8pm – 11pm (Fri – Sun)
Where “Somewhere on Pulau Belakang Mati”, Sentosa island
Cost $52 per person (Wed & Thu) | $58 per person (Fri – Sun)
Of course, we can’t go trick-or-treating without freakishly awesome costumes. You’ll find lots of screaming Halloween deals over on Shopee, so why not start there? Click here for even more ideas on where to shop for the spooky season. Have a fang-tastic time, folks!