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Kid-friendly Halloween 2020 Happenings for Fa-boo-lous Fun

You’ve probably heard the news by now. Singapore’s biggest annual scare fest — Universal Studio Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights — has been called off this year. It’s not surprising, given that it’s 2020 after all. But that doesn’t mean that you and your kids can’t dress up in your ghoulish best and go trick-or-treating anyway. Just remember to mask up, observe safe distancing measures, and plan your spooky encounters around these kid-friendly Halloween 2020 happenings.

1. Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Fun For Everyone

Halloween Fun for Everyone at Universal Studios Singapore

No Halloween Horror Nights? No matter. Put on your favourite costumes and take your trick-or-treating to the streets of Universal Studios Singapore. Meet Illumination’s Minion Monsters as they return to Minion Monsters Tricky Treats. Next, embark on the Trail of Treats to collect candies, gummies, and chocolates from Candy Ambassadors. Remember to snap selfies with your favourite characters dressed in their Halloween best and stand to win prizes.

Where Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway
When 17 September – 1 November
How much $66 per adult | $58 per child (promotional prices for SG residents, including Halloween mask for adults and pumpkin bucket for children)
Web www.rwsentosa.com

2. Deep BOO Sea at S.E.A. Aquarium

Deep Boo Sea at S.E.A. Aquarium

Or brave the deep and come face-to-face with some of nature’s scariest-looking fishes in S.E.A. Aquarium. From the menacing wolf-eel to the vampire fish with its fangs, discover what makes each of them amazing. Come in your best costume and stand to win monster prizes. There’ll also be trick-or-treating fun, plus an exciting treasure hunt for lost pearls. Keep your eyes open to take home an extra mystery gift.

Where Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway
When 19 September – 3 November
How much From $32 per adult | $27 per child (promotional prices for SG residents, including Halloween mask for adults and pumpkin bucket for children)
Web www.rwsentosa.com

(See also: A Mega List of Reusable Face Masks for Kids and Adults – Twinning from Head to Toe!)

3. Glow-in-the-Dark Halloween Party

kid-friendly Halloween 2020 with Jolly Confetti

Any slime lovers out there? Sensory play specialist Jolly Confetti is hosting a Halloween-themed party for kids, and parents are welcome too! Expect to be spooked by creepy crawly spiders and Monster Googly Eye Slime. After an afternoon of glow-in-the-dark fun at The Craft Room, partygoers get to bring home their handiwork, including a slime tub and a clay art magnet.

Where #03-11 UE Square, 81 Clemenceau Avenue
When 24 October, 4pm to 5pm
How much $45 per person | $80 for two | $199 for five
Web www.jollyconfetti.com

4. Daddy-Daughter Fluffy Slime Workshop with United Women Singapore *NEW*

Join United Women Singapore’s Male Allies – Father & Daughter Virtual Series this Halloween. It’s a Girls2Pioneers STEM workshop conducted in collaboration with The Lavender Spaceship Project. Recommended for girls aged 8 to 12 years, have fun, learn, and bond with Dad over a morning of hands-on science activity. Sign up by 16 October — spaces are limited, so hurry!

Where Online via Zoom
When 31 October 2020, 10am to 11.30am
How much Free
Web linktr.ee/Unitedwomensingapore

5. ACM After Dark

This annual culture-centric Halloween event for families goes online this year. Go on a trail to uncover ancient stories and secrets of Asian civilisations. Get crafty with a video tutorial, join an exclusive virtual tour, and whip up a specially spooky-inspired bento set. Also tune in to ACM’s Facebook page for a music and drama performance about the fall of Bukit Larangan.

Where Online
When From 31 October 2020
How much Free and ticketed programmes available
Web www.acm.org.sg

(See also: 10 Seriously Unusual Museums in Singapore − Bet You Never Even Knew They Existed!)

6. Halloween “Try Not to Be Scared” Challenge for Kids

kid-friendly Halloween 2020 with Republic of Singapore Yacht Club

The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club invites families to celebrate Halloween with them from home. But only if your kids are brave enough to make it through all their horror videos without getting scared! If you dare, register your team by 23 October to participate in the kid-friendly Halloween 2020 online challenge. There are goodies up for grabs!

Where Google Meet
When 31 October, 3pm to 4.30pm
How much Free
Web www.rsyc.org.sg

7. Deliveroo x PizzaExpress Halloween Pizza

To celebrate the spookiest time of year, Deliveroo has partnered with PizzaExpress to create the Eensy Weensy Spider (Classic) Pizza. It’s topped with pepperoni, black olives, and cherry tomatoes arranged to resemble a creepy critter. Each order of the limited-edition Halloween Pizza comes in a Ouija-styled box complete with letters, numbers and action words. Sounds like a perfect night in with family and friends!

Where Deliveroo
When 27 to 31 October
How much $23.54
Web PizzaExpress Scotts Square | PizzaExpress Deliveroo Editions Tanjong Katong | PizzaExpress Holland Village

8. Devilishly Delicious Halloween a La Carte Buffet Dinner

Creep over to The Line for unlimited servings of 88+ thrilling dishes on All Hallows Eve. The culinary team will be whipping up a frightfully fun dinner feast for the whole family. Gruesome highlights range from plant-based starter “Eye See You” to a lobster burger named “King Dragon”. Complete your feast with creepily crafted desserts such as “Haunted Forest” and “Spooky Backyard”.

Or takeaway a range of adorably spooky artisanal treats from 12 to 31 October at Shophouse by Shangri-La. Meet the Joker and the Zombie, edible piñatas with goodies buried within. Others include French pastry confections Satan, Frankenstein, and Illuminati, cake pops Spider, Witch, and Mummy, Pumpkin chocolate pralines, and more. Pre-order here from 9 October.

Where Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road
When 31 October, 6pm to 10pm
How much $88++ per adult | $44 per child aged 6-11 years | Free for children under 6 years
Web www.shangri-la.com/singapore

(See also: 12 Family-friendly Hotels in Singapore for Staycations 2020)

9. Netflix and Chills 2020

Netflix and Chills 2020

Thrills, frights, and Halloween delights are heading to Netflix this spooky season. Whether you’re a diehard horror fanatic or prefer fewer tricks, there’s a treat or two for every soul. Family-friendly highlights include StarBeam: Halloween Hero and Super Monsters: Dia de los Monsters, available from 6 and 9 October respectively. Ideal for #stayhome kid-friendly Halloween 2020 fun, simply stream, scream, repeat!

Where Netflix
When Ongoing
How much Included in your Netflix subscription
Web www.netflix.com

10. Shopee Spook-tacular Halloween Sale

From now to 31 October, light up your Halloween exclusive vouchers and top deals that won’t burn a hole in your pocket. The Shopee Spook-tacular Halloween Sale is where you’ll find Harry Potter costumes for kids and adults, princess dresses for your little princesses, spiderman costumes for the boys, and even cute dino costumes for your furbaby. You can also shop for Halloween balloon decorations, pumpkin fairy lights, and handmade Halloween candy for your little trick-or-treaters.

Where Shopee online
When Till 31 October
How much Varies
Web www.shopee.sg

11. M&S Tasty Tricks and Sweet Treats

Complete your Halloween party with Marks & Spencer’s hair-raising food range. It includes monstrous mains such as The One Eyed Monsterella pizza, and petrifying party snacks like grisly Chocolate Severed Fingers and cheesy Vampire Fangs. Also find a range of shocking sharing boxes from tubs of Fruity Gruesome Sweets to a box of 40 Monstrous Milk Chocolate Treats. If you and the kids are looking to carve your own Jack-o’-lantern, options include Munchkin Pumpkins, Ghost Pumpkins, and more.

Where All M&S Foodhalls islandwide and via M&S Singapore app
When From October, while stock last
How much Varies
Web www.marksandspencer.com/sg

Featured image: Shophouse by Shangri-La

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