Have a Spookin' Halloween 2018 in Singapore with these Halloween-themed activities

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Halloween is creeping up fast on us... if you haven't made plans yet, check out our spooktacular list of activities!

Halloween is coming up, and exciting times already, especially for the little ones! Have your figured out your Halloween costumes yet? Wondering where to go for some ‘family’ horror fun? Worry not, we have compiled a list of Spooktacular activities you can engage in with your child this coming Halloween in Singapore! Check out these fun Halloween activity ideas!

Halloween Activity Ideas For The Family: Turn It Up This Halloween!

1. A Spooky Halloween By The Marina

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Halloween activity ideas: Food is the way to our hearts

Come by the marina for a fun-filled spooktacular Saturday evening with family and friends on 27 October!

Delish food, drinks, fang-tastic activities and promotions await on this one-day-only Halloween special! Your little ones will look forward to classic Halloween kid-friendly must-dos such as Trick or Treat!, Pumpkin Decoration and even meeting Quayside Isle’s very own Dracula for some photo-worthy moments!

You’ll surely have a BOO-tiful Halloween at Quayside Isle!

Events and Activities

Trick or Treat!

Dine-in and shout “Trick or Treat!” to receive special candy treats. Look out for these participating outlets: 

  • Blue Lotus – Chinese Eating House (#01-13)
  • Greenwood Fish Market (#01-04/05)
  • Miska Café (#01-07)
  • Mykonos On The Bay (#01-10)
  • Sabio by the Sea, Tapas Bar & Grill (#01-02)
  • SolePomodoro Trattoria Pizzeria (#01-14)
  • Two Chefs Bar (#01-11)

If you’re into Halloween-themed food, head to Greenwood Fish Market and Sabio by the Sea, Tapas Bar & Grill for some delicious food, packed with that extra scare factor.

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Halloween activity ideas: Have a go at these frightening Halloween-inspired dishes and tasty drinks, at Sabio by the Sea, Tapas Bar & Grill. Available from 27 – 28 October 2018!

To make the best out of the evening, come dressed in your spookiest outfit! You’ll even get to receive a complimentary O(yster) + ‘Blood Shot’ at the Greenwood Fish Market

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O(yster) + ‘Blood Shot’ (Freshly shucked oyster accompanied with smoked tomato puree). Available from 27 – 28 October 2018!

Halloween Thrills @ Sentosa Cove

Be part of the spooky adventure by heading down to Quayside Isle, ONE°15 Marina and Sentosa Cove Village.

Visit all 3 pit stops at various locations — excluding the roving Dracula and Frankenstein. Collect 3 stamps on the Halloween Thrills card* for a chance to win prizes at the lucky draw**! 

*The Halloween Thrills card can be collected at Sentosa Cove Village (opposite playground), while stocks last.

**The lucky draw will commence at 8.45PM

Pumpkin Decorating

Show off your crafty side by decorating your very own pumpkin bucket to collect treats. Fastest fingers first as only the first 20 participants will have a go at this Halloween must-do! No minimum spending required.

Venue: Quayside Isle Level 1, next to lift lobby

Time: 7.30pm – 8.30pm

Say Cheese with Dracula*

Only the bravest will survive as Quayside Isle’s very own Dracula roams around the marina. Prove yourself worthy and face your fears by requesting (nicely!) for a picture to earn some ghostbusting points!

Venue: Roving around Quayside Isle/Sentosa Cove boardwalk

Time: 8pm – 9pm

General Event Details: A Halloween Treat

Date: 27 October, Saturday 2018 (treats available from 27 – 28 October 2018)

Venue: Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098375

Telephone: +65 6887 3502 (for customer service assistance between 12.30pm and 8.30pm)

*Shuttle Buses are available all day. For shuttle bus schedules, please click here

For more information on the event, please click here

2. Brick-Or-Treat Halloween Festival 2018

If you’re thinking of stepping into Malaysia for a weekend getaway, why not stop by Legoland Malaysia to experience something different? 

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This Halloween, for the month of October, the streets of LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort and beloved LEGO® will be decked out in their spookiest Halloween garb.

You and your little explorers can look forward to many fun and educational activities such as Speed Building Challenges as part of the Brick-or-Treat Night Party. Work together and learn through the magic of play!

Also, test your little ones’ problem-solving skills in the Hut Activity Trail, snap away at the Castle of Grim or even catch a glimpse of their favourite LEGO® characters at the daily Monsters’ Parade.

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The whole park will be jam-packed with activities that families can enjoy and learn together. 

Just make sure they come prepared for lots of goodies and prizes giveaway! Participating kids will be rewarded with prizes worth up to SGD165* / RM500 and various brick-or-treat giveaways. Besides, this annual event is kid-friendly, so rest assured mums and dads.

To make the most out of the holiday, families should take advantage of the following promotions:-

Promotion

Details

Brick-or-Treat Party Nights (Fridays & Saturdays | From 5.00pm to 8.00pm)

Special admission ticket at SGD29* / RM88

Exclusive for Premium Pass Holders

(Fridays & Saturdays | 1st – 30th October)

Bring a friend for FREE

FREE admission for Kids (aged 3 – 11)

(From 1st – 30th October)

FREE entry for kids in full Halloween costumes

* Prices may vary based on currency fluctuation

General Event Details: Brick-Or-Treat Halloween Festival 2018

Dates: 1 – 31 October 2018

Venue: Legoland Malaysia Resort

Admission: To purchase your tickets, please click here.

For more information on event highlights, please visit their website here.

If you don’t drive, you can hop onto one of the direct coach transfers offered daily from Singapore flyer and BigBox Jurong East to LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort. Return tickets can be purchased for SGD24++/person from the WTS Travel website.

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A list packed with Halloween activity ideas for maximum fun!

3. BOOHOO Party At Timbre @ Gillman

Wassup! This coming October, there will be a Spooktacular Edition of Super Social Barbeque (SSBBQ) at Timbre @ Gillman. An exciting line-up of activities awaits the kids! 

Happening every Saturday and Sunday from 4pm to 8pm, your younglings will be spoilt for choice from various Halloween-themed activities; face painting, bouncy castle to craft workshops and even a piñata smashing party on the last weekend (27 & 28 of October)!

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Halloween activity ideas for the family. Be there or be square.

Mums and dads, we didn’t forget you! While your little ones are lost in the Halloween fun, you can indulge in some ‘grill and chill’ along with an ice-cold beer! Coupled with live music by Unified on every Saturday and duo Afwan & Gabriell on every Sunday. We’ll take that. 

All you need to do is make a reservation here

Halloween Fun & BOOHOO Bash Party at Timbre @ Gillman!

Event: Super Social Barbeque: Spooktacular Edition

Date: Every Saturday & Sunday in October 2018

Time: 4pm to 8pm

Venue: Timbre @ Gillman, 9A Lock Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108926

For more information, please visit Timbre’s website and / or facebook page.

4. Downtown East x Halloween Town: Yokai Festival

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Halloween activity ideas: Yokai are a class of supernatural beings that are popular in Japanese folklore — usually undetectable in the human realm.

NTUC Downtown East is bringing in spooky fun-filled activities for all ages in the theme of Yokai. 

Channel that inner character of yours: dress up in your unique Halloween costumes and join the Yokai Parade while venturing around Downtown East. You can also look forward to Yokai vs. Humans for a game of tag with the Yokai, or partake in Jewel of The Town where participants race against time and work collaboratively in teams to complete missions and win attractive prizes. 

If you’ve yet to find a suitable costume for your Halloween, head down to the Last Minute Costume Fair, happening on 20th and 21st October. With a selection of attention-grabbing costumes, Halloween partygoers will surely be satisfied.

Above all, you can shop at the Underworld Market – a two-day flea market where treasures await!

Feel that the scares are too much to stomach? There’s an Outdoor Movie Screening of the popular Japanese anime, My Neighbor Totoro. Coupled with free-flow rainbow popcorn, and nachos and cheese, amongst the stars. You’re covered, either way!

Halloween Town: Yokai Festival Event Details

Last Minute Costume Fair

Date: 20 & 21 October 2018, Saturday and Sunday

Time: 2pm onwards

Venue: E!Avenue Level 1 and Level 2

Halloween Town: Yokai Festival

Date: 27 & 28 October 2018, Saturday and Sunday

Time: 2pm – 8pm

Venue: E!Avenue, Downtown East

Highlights

Yokai Parade

Date: 27 October 2018, Saturday

Time: 6.30pm onwards

Venue: Downtown East

Outdoor Movie Screening

Date: 27 October 2018

Time: 7.30pm onwards

Venue: Outside D’Marquee

Yokai vs. Human

Date: 27 October 2018, Saturday

Time: 8 – 10pm

Venue: Wild Wild Wet

Free entry but pre-registration required. Register now, here.

Jewel of the Town

Date: 28 October 2018, Sunday

Time: 4 –5pm

Venue: Market Square

General Event Details

Date: 27 & 28 October 2018

Time: 2pm – 8pm

Venue: NTUC Downtown East

For more information on the event, please visit Downtown’s East website here.

5. Have a Terror-fic Halloween at Hougang Mall!

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With Halloween just around the corner, heartland mall Hougang Mall is holding a series of creepily exciting activities for the whole family from 26 to 28 October! Are you ready to turn it up?

From a 3D haunted house experience to Halloween-themed bento box workshops, balloon sculpture sessions and DIY Halloween keychain workshops, a slew of activities for both the young and young at heart will get to enjoy a terror-fic time at their friendly neighbourhood mall!

If you’re an AMperkz member, you get even more amazing treats, when you spend at the mall! Gold members get double the rewards*!

Just one thing to note, children aged 12 and below are advised to be accompanied by an adult.

*Terms and conditions apply

Some of the activities shoppers can look forward to are:

  • Circus of Horrors, a 3D haunted maze hosted by a circus troupe who perished in a huge fire five years ago 
    • 26 October, 6 – 9pm
    • 27 – 28 October, 1 – 9pm
    • Min. spend of $20 to enter the maze / min. $10 for AMperkz members
    • Bonus: Children below 15 years old enter for free!
  • Spooky Bento Workshop where budding chefs can try their hand at making Halloween Bentos
    • 27 – 28 October
    • 1 – 3 pm
    • *AMperkz members can spend $20 in a maximum of two same-day receipts to participate. Limited to the first 20 members each day, on a first-come-first-served basis
  • Do or Doom Workshop hosted by the National Library Board where artists-in-training can make their own Halloween bags to store treats.
    • 28 October, 2 – 5pm
    • *To participate, shoppers just have to borrow four items from the mall’s Cheng San Public Library and present their loan receipts dated 28 October.

Have a Terror-fic Halloween at Hougang Mall Event Details

Date: 26 to 28 October 2018

Venue: Hougang Mall (90 Hougang Avenue 10, Singapore 538766)

For a complete list of activities and timings for the event, please visit here.

6. SpookyTown 2018

The inaugural Halloween event, SpookyTown: The Lost Carnival, will get your little ones set to unravel the truth behind a mysterious town incident while driving into a slew of family-friendly fun and games at KidZania! Definitely one of the coolest Halloween activity ideas for the family.

For 8 select nights from 26 October to 6 November, you and your kids can look forward to an evening of spooks and thrills. Halloween-themed activities from a haunted house, Halloween parades, storytelling sessions, trick-or-treats, and more. Come dressed and decked in your best Halloween outfits and you may walk away with attractive prizes! 

Are you brave enough to uncover the truth of The Lost Carnival?

SpookyTown: The Lost Carnival

Date: 26 – 28 Oct, 2 – 6 Nov 2018

Time: 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: KidZania Singapore

Admission: 

  • Advanced purchase (until 3pm on Event Day): S$43
  • Onsite purchase (walk-in): S$48

For more information on SpookyTown, please visit the website here

7. Get spooked with the kids at ACM After Dark 2018: The Elements

The Asian Civilisations Museum is back this year, bringing everyone exciting programmes and activities as part of their well-loved annual Halloween event. Awaken the elements in you with riveting themes like Tranquil Earth, Mysterious Water, Blazing Fire and Roaring Air — discover how they are linked to supernatural beliefs and ancient traditions.

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Halloween Activity Ideas: Image courtesy of Asian Civilisations Museum

What’s more, expect spooky and thrilling performances that are not to be missed out on; movie screening that everyone loves; paranormal talks that’ll get you all fidgety, and fiery activities on this free family-friendly evening. Engage in listening to some haunting tales by the river and even make your own souvenir to bring home! All suitable for young and older children.

The museum will be transformed into a spooky jungle for a one-night-only extravaganza with ghosts and ghouls from Thailand, Malaysia, Japan and India roaming the grounds freely, a passage of hot coals, human barbecue pit, a water vortex, and a creepy well ala Japanese horror film The Ring.

Bonus: Mystery prizes await the 3 best-dressed ghostly visitors!

 
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Halloween Activity Ideas: Image courtesy of Asian Civilisations Museum

ACM After Dark 2018: The Elements

Date: 27 October 2018

Time: Activities from 7 – 11pm / Museum opens until 12 midnight

Download their programme schedule here

Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum

Admission is free for all.

For more information on programmes and detailed timings, please visit their website here.

8. Halloween Horror Nights™ 8 (not suitable for young kids)

We know we’ve said that this may be too intense for young kids… but if your children are above 13, absolutely love and are up to tackling the scares, this is a good place for some exhilarating Halloween action! 

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Halloween Activity Ideas: Oh, the thrills!

You’ll get to experience the strongest line-up 5 haunted houses, 3 killer shows, 2 scare zones to a zombie laser tag*. AND, for the first time ever, Halloween Horror Nights takes you inside the mysterious world of Netflix’s Stranger Things. 

Countless scares. Infinite action. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Halloween Horror Nights™ 8 Event Details

Date: Now to 31 October (select nights)

Admission:

  • Non-peak: Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday
    • 11, 14, 18, 21, 25, 28, 31 October
    • (RWS Published Price: $58)
  • Peak: Friday & Saturday
    • 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 October
    • (RWS Published Price: $68)

Book your tickets here!

*No costumes or masks allowed.

For more details about the event, please visit their website here.

Other Halloween Activity Ideas: Dining and snacks

If Halloween-themed activities and events are not your cup of tea, we have here more options for you!

Plaza Singapura is offering spook-takular yet delectable dining and snacks varieties created specially for the upcoming Halloween!

From Eggs ‘n Things’ frighteningly delectable menu, Morozoff’s Jack-O-Lantern assorted candies, to Marks and Spencer’s petrified pumpkin chocolates, it’ll be more than sugar, spice and all things nice! 

9. Eggs ‘N Things

You can only expect to taste the best here. They make use of quality ingredients with fresh fruits, organic beef, hormone-free chicken and home-made sauces with no added colouring, flavouring and preservatives. Besides, prices are reasonable, so why not?

The Halloween menu are priced between $9.80 to $20.90.

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Overflowing Elua Cheese Burger ($20.90)

The classic cheese burger gets a fresh pin with devilish flavours, comprising of black charcoal bun, 100% flame-grilled beef, sundried tomato prawns and scrambled egg, and covered in two types of gruesome bloody melted cheese.

It also comes with a side of all-time favourite sweet potato fries.

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Bleeding Pancakes with Pumpkin Whipped Cream ($18.90)

A 4-pc stack of black, charcoal pancakes with hidden, awe-inducing mixed berries blood pool. Covered in charcoal white chocolate and pumpkin whipped cream for a delightful party-in-your-mouth experience.

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Spiced Pumpkin Milkshake ($9.80)

Deliciously indulgent combination of homemade honey roasted pumpkin, cinnamon, Oreo cookies and coconut ice cream with Hokkaido milk, served with an eerie skull chocolate.

Where: Plaza Singapura

Unit No: #03-79/83

10. Morozoff

Hailing from Japan, Morozoff is known for its exquisite flavour and quality. They have introduced a range of Halloween delights so don’t forget to check them out! Prices range between $10 to $23. 

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Meet ‘n Treat Cat Pouch ($23)

A black cat pouch consisting of assorted candies. Purrfect!

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Jack O Lantern Orange ($18)

A Jack-O-Lantern orange bucket consisting of assorted candies. Your little ones will love it!

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Surprise Chocolate Box containing assorted chocolates ($15)

“Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” — Forrest Gump. Halloween activity ideas? What better way to spend this Halloween? 

Where: Plaza Singapura

Unit No: #01-61

11. Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer celebrates Halloween with Count Colin and His Spooky Halloween Treats with a variety of boo-tifully packaged snacks, prices are ranged between $5.90 to $14.90.

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4 Spooky Milk Chocolate Lollies you can choose from ($5.90 each)

MMM.. should we say more?

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Net of Petrified Pumpkins ($7.90)

Get your hands on some solid white chocolates spheres to sweeten up the Halloween party, pronto!

Halloween Activity Ideas

Ghostly Mini Bites ($11.50)

A box of chocolate covered crispy caramel bites with ghostly sprinkles. Mhmm, beware they don’t actually get stolen because they’re just too good.

Where: Plaza Singapura

Unit No: #02-16, 02-20, 03-11, 03-32

Or… Just Chill At Home & Let The Goodies Come To You With foodpanda

foodpanda is excited to share some delightful options for you to indulge in comfort food this All Hallows’ Eve.

With no tricks, just treats, Foodpanda makes the ideal partner-in-crime – throw on a horror movie, huddle under the sheets with bae and wait for the doorbell to ring.

With more than 6,000 restaurants to choose from, there is a treat for everyone on foodpanda this Spook-tober.  

12. Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream

Keep up with the spirit of Halloween with a brain-freezing treat from Ben & Jerry’s.

It’s now delivering island-wide AND going for a deal of 2 pints for $21.90, how can you say no to a pint or two of Urban Bourbon or The Tonight Dough?

13. Starbucks’ Seasonal Treats

Halloween Activity Ideas

Halloween Activity Ideas: chill and let awesome goodies keep you company

Play the part of the ultimate millennial and spice up your day with seasonal treats from Starbucks. With baked goodies like the Peek-A-Boo Lemon Drizzle Cake and the Spooktacular Raspberry Drizzle Red Velvet Cake, and of course the cult-favourite Pumpkin Spice Latte, anyone will be able to pass off as a modern zombie.

14. WingZone

If you’re craving something savoury instead, WingZone’s got you covered! From their signature chicken wings to burgers and even wraps, it’s time for a great feast. You deserve it!

Halloween Activity Ideas

Halloween Activity Ideas: the best horror flick comfort food you can find.

 Not just that, with any order of $35 or more, WingZone is offering their rendition of a Halloween snack – the final missing ingredient for your Witch’s Brew, the Blackened Voodoo Wedge Fries.

15. foodpanda’s Other Eerie-sistable free delivery deals

As the saying goes, the best things in life are free, and for the whole of Spook-tober, selected vendors on foodpanda are offering FREE delivery!

Treat yourself to hearty delights from the likes of the following: 

  • Park Bench Deli
  • Lucha Loco
  • JollibeeHarry’s
  • Twelve Cupcakes.

And if you’re just kicking it back and enjoying an evening at home at your squad, let TigerNow brew up some of the finest joy juice – delivering ice-cold beers until till 3am.

If you haven’t checked out foodpanda yet, visit their website here! Don’t forget to download the app too. Lots of lovely surprise await! 

Well… there you go! It’s un(spook)en, but these Halloween activity ideas and delightful foods will surely get the family’s adrenaline up and pumping, making the memories of spending time with each other more impactful.

(The list is still under compilation so please do check back again.)

Note: All details are correct as at the time of publishing. Readers are advised to check with the various event organisers for the most updated schedules.

Also READ: 13 Adorable mother and son Halloween costumes

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