Who doesn't love a good Halloween celebration? Well you're in for a treat, as we list some of the biggest and best kid-friendly events heading your way...
It’s the spookiest – and one of our favourite – times of the year… Halloween! Check out these ideas for fang-tastic party food, where to buy the best costumes and our fave family movies. But what about the Halloween-themed attractions and frightful things to do in Singapore? Behold – we’ve rounded up the best Halloween 2022 events for kids and families in Singapore, from kid-friendly food offerings to monstrous parades.
HALLOWEEN EVENTS IN SINGAPORE 2022
Halloween events in Singapore for younger kids
1. heARTS! Keat Hong Halloween Fiesta 2022
Head over in your Halloween best to Keat Hong Community Centre as it is coming back this year with a whole lineup of exciting events for our little-scary friends. Immerse yourselves in an exciting magic show, and sneak into haunted houses or escape rooms to amp up your Halloween spirit. If you want to tap into the gamer inside of you, get behind the consoles for an exciting VR game sesh, arcade game or get a bit competitive with laser tag. If fun is all you want, then simply bounce away at the bouncy castles. Psst, there are best-dressed competitions with exciting prizes to win, so bring on that Halloween energy with your spookiest outfit yet!
heARTS! Keat Hong Halloween Fiesta 2022, 29 October, 7-10pm; Keat Hong Community Centre, Singapore 689687
2. Trick or Thrills at Universal Studios Singapore
Trick or Thrills at Universal Studios Singapore is coming back with a good cackle this year-round, and it’s packed with all that spooky stuff for the kiddos! Your little ghoulies will get a chance to strike a pose alongside Minion Monsters and Gru’s Girls for fun pics for keeps, feast on spooky-licious treats from the Sweet & Sour Squad, and groove to the electrifying performance by Rock N Trolls! Psst, the Sesame Street Fortress of Fun has a surprise awaiting all your curious pumpkins. Don’t forget to go in your Halloween best for a chance to win some spooktacular prizes!
Trick or Thrills, until 6 November, 11am to 6pm; Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
3. Singapore Symphony Orchestra’s Halloween Night
What’s Halloween without haunting wails and ghastly groans? The Singapore Symphony Orchestra will be getting into action this Halloween to produce spine-chilling tunes to give you an eek-tastic time. Sit back and relax (maybe not), and let the pipe organs do all the work as organist Loraine Muthiah stages gloomy gothic tunes for you and the fam, to keep you at the edge of your seats. Did someone hear a howl?
Halloween Night, 29 October 8pm and 30 October 4pm; Victoria Concert Hall, 11 Empress Place, Singapore 179558
4. Deep Boo Sea at S.E.A. Aquarium
This year S.E.A. Aquarium is creeping it real for our little Halloween friends. Take a plunge into the Deep Boo Sea and get all the spooky secrets of Singapore’s first undersea hoods and its mysterious residents. Your little trolls can explore all the undersea alleys along the Trick or Treat Trail to collect sweet treats from underwater creatures and learn about them too! How about a Halloween selfie with S.E.A Aquarium’s three mantas friends, Manja, Mako or Mika? Wear an eerie-sistible costume and show ‘em who’s got the better spook! Psst- there will be skeletons making a deep dive through the hoods at 4.15 pm. Don’t forget to wave at them!
Deep Boo Sea, until 8 November, 10am to 5pm; S.E.A. Aquarium, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
5. Halloween Hunt for Real Bats at Mindful Space
If you’re in for a fun-packed outdoorsy Halloween experience with the fam we know just the place! Mindful Space has an interesting Halloween adventure up its sleeve – bat hunting! Pop over to the Botanic Gardens, where participants can ‘hunt’ for bats using a bat detector. Hear its sounds and see how these winged creatures gather nectar and eat. The littles can also choose to dress up if they want to. Batman or Batwoman, maybe? Appropriate for this occasion.
Halloween Hunt for Real Bats, 28 October, 6.30 to 8pm; Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569
6. Partake in a spooky sweet experience at Museum of I Scream
No tricks, just treats in store here! The Museum of Ice Cream is turning into a haunted town this Halloween season by offering up spooktacular treats and other hair-raising experiences. Enjoy unlimited ice cream while you explore the interactive installations, all dressed up for Halloween. Get a tarot reading by an enigmatic fortune teller, dance to hauntingly familiar hits at the sprinkle pool, and lap up yummy creations by a mad scientist.
Museum of I Scream, until 30 October, 10am to 10pm; Museum of Ice Cream, 100 Loewen Road, Singapore 248837
7. Nature Playtime with Halloween at Wildlings
Planning to go down to the woods of Dempsey Hill this Halloween? Well, be prepared for a dark surprise… there are plenty of ghoulish activities the kiddos can get up to! Visit a face painter to spook up your costume, make a magical talisman to ward against evil spirits, mix up a potion in the apothecary, and enjoy a campfire marshmallow. The braver (and older) kiddos can enjoy a special scary movie screening during the evening seshs. All that on top of Wildlings’ usual nature playtime fun!
Nature Playtime with Halloween, 29-30 October, various timings; Wildlings, 27A Loewen Road, Singapore 248839
8. Halloween Party at Crafty Whizz Studio
Enjoy a spooky time at Crafty Whizz Studio on the last weekend of October. Pick up new (non-spooky) skills by making a Halloween stuffed pillow, creating a creepy slimy, and/or designing a Halloween dreamcatcher. Go on a trick-or-treat hunt by searching for a creepy character around Joo Chiat and get your candies! The little tykes can get their face painted too. Dress in your creepy best and win a prize!
Halloween Party 2022, 29-31 October, 10am to 1.30pm and 2 to 5pm; Crafty Whizz Studio, 81 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427725
9. Once Upon a Halloween at The Tiara Society
Remember the villains in your favourite fairy tales? Well, they’ve taken over The Tiara Society once again for Halloween. Go on a spooktacular tour around the haunted playland, indulge in some trick-or-treating, and meet the baddies who have terrorised your beloved princesses and kiddos (maybe even you too!). Psst, there are goodie bags up for grabs too! Don’t miss the call of Halloween night filled with villains, ghosts, witches, and creatures of fright.
Once Upon a Halloween, 28-31 October, various timings; The Tiara Society, #02-02, Coastal Playgrove, 902 East Coast Road, Singapore 449874
10. Halloween storytelling sessions by The Virtual Babysitter
Sit the little ones down for a spooky storytelling sesh by The Virtual Babysitter this Halloween. As the story unfolds, kiddos will embark on a scavenger hunt around the house. Expect lots of moving and grooving, drama games, and a fun way to get into the spooktacular spirit.
Halloween Storytelling Session, 29-30 October, 2 to 3pm and 3 to 4pm; The Virtual Babysitter, online
11. Halloween Carnival at MuzArt East Coast
Get ready for some frightful fun at MuzArt East Coast’s Halloween Carnival. Look out for activities such as carnival games, spooky craft making, trick or treat, and more. Dress in your ghoulish best (or even funniest costume) and you’ll get to win a trophy as well as vouchers worth $60!
Halloween Carnival, 29 and 31 October, 6 to 9pm; MuzArt East Coast, #03-21/22, The Yard, 406 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 428084
12. It’s a Zombie Zoo at Amped Trampoline Park!
What would you do when you discover the zoo animals have turned into zombie? Well, there’s no other choice but to save the zoo! You’re to help the trampoline park by completing challenges and winning games that are facilitated by the zombie animals. Use your wits and strength to overcome the evil that’s taken over the zoo and restore everything to its former glory. Come dressed in your favourite animal costume, impress the zookeeper, and score some extra candy.
Zombie Zoo, 28-30 October, various timings; Amped Trampoline Park, #02-11, 46 Kim Yam Road, Singapore 239351
13. Join the quest to make candies rain from the sky at The Polliwogs
Here’s a creepily unique Halloween experience that we’re sure the littles will enjoy. In this “theatrical Halloween experience”, participants get to join Larry and the Wizard on a magical journey to make candies rain from the sky! Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as it sounds – there are no more ingredients left to make any candy! In order to help them, participants go around the haunted Polliwogs Town and collect the ingredients. There are puzzles to solve and monsters to chase in order to attain the items!
Quest for the Candy Rain Spell, 28 and 29 October, 7.30 to 9.45pm; The Polliwogs, locations at Clarke Quay Central and Vivocity
14. Halloween Brick or Treat Monster Party at Legoland Malaysia
Looking to head further afield for Halloween celebrations? Then hop over the border and check out the haunted delights on offer at Legoland Malaysia at the Halloween Brick or Treat Monster Party! To celebrate the release of the new 4D Movie ‘The Great Monster Chase!’, Legoland is having the ultimate bash with live shows, fantastic LEGO decorations and candy (obvs) all over the park. Get the littlies entering the Monster Disguise costume contest, and psst, the best bit? Kids in full Halloween costumes get free entry to the theme park every Friday to Sunday throughout October 2022. Ghoulishly good!
Halloween Brick or Treat Monster Party, selected dates until 6 November, 10am to 6pm; Legoland Malaysia Resort, 7 Jalan Legoland, Bandar Medini Iskandar Malaysia, 79250 Iskandar Puteri, Johor
Halloween events in Singapore for teens and older
15. Halloween Horror Nights 10 at Universal Studios Singapore
The highly anticipated Halloween event is back in Singapore this year, and it’s spooktacular! Come face to face with the crazed Killustrator as he watches his creations torment you, take a peek into the secret bunker and lab of the Special Forces against the dead, or check into the Hospitality of Horror hotel to meet the bloodthirsty mistress. That’s not all – immerse yourselves in the two scare zones. If gaming’s your thing, then how about a laser tag experience with the villains of Heinous Harbour? It’s hard to say if you will be hungry after all these experiences. But just in case, the horror-themed supper caters to all those hunger fangs on the lurch. Plus, catch some exciting performances backstage by the Monstrous Graveyard and more. Although there’s no age limit, the event is more suitable for kids over 16 years old.
Halloween Horror Nights, selected nights until 5 November, 7.30pm to 12.30am; Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
16. Get SuperSpook(ed) at SuperPark Singapore!
Experience a spine-chilling Halloween-themed session over at SuperPark Singapore. Uncover the crimes at Uncle Sup’s store at the Haunted Maze, confront the lonely kid at the deserted playground of Heartland Horror or take a sneak peek into the bloody kitchen of The Butcher… if you can stomach that kind of thing! Best save this for the older kids – it’s recommended for ages 13 and up.
SuperSpook 2022, 28-30 October, 5.30 to 7.30pm and 8 to 10pm; SuperPark Singapore, #02-477, Suntec City Tower 1, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
17. Halloween Xtravaganza at X-SCAP8
Singapore’s latest indoor playground is turning into a horror extravaganza this spooky season. X-scap8’s first-ever Halloween Xtravaganza features four horror attractions that are defo not for the faint of heart! First, try to peel a red apple (without breaking the skin) in the Smash Lab engulfed in darkness. Then, test your courage, agility, and strength at the Slasher House Obstacle Course. See if you are strong (and brave) enough to scale three levels and avoid the looming spirits at the rope course. You can also take part in a spine-chilling magic show. Dress up and stand to win attractive prizes.
Halloween Xtravaganza, 28-31 October, 7 to 10.30pm; X-SCAP8, #07-02, Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
18. Party it up at the Hell Museum
Imagine dancing up a storm in the 10 Courts of Hell. Yes, you read that right! Dress up in your scariest and pay homage to the Hell Museum’s anniversary at this aural electronics party. Unravel the mysteries behind the myths that you knew and be prepared to defy time. Ghouls, it’s time to party…
Midnight Shift with Special Guest [Mord Records], 28 October, 10pm; Hell Museum, Haw Par Villa, 262 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118628
19. Watch a curated selection of spooky films at The Projector
This one’s for all the horror movie fans out there: cult classics are being show at The Projector in celebration of the spooky season. Catch the restored versions of The Lost Boys and Poltergeist, learn revenge and black magic with Indonesian horror queen Suzanna, and join in the fun with The Glory Hoes and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Psst, dress up for any of the screenings and stand to win prizes!
Halloweenie, selected dates until 6 Nov, various timings; The Projector, locations at Golden Mile Tower and Picturehouse
Halloween events in Singapore for all the family
20. Harrowing Halloween 2 at Singapore Discovery Centre
If you really want to get spooked, check out the happenings over at Singapore Discovery Centre this October. There are a host of spine-chilling activities such as the Haunted House and Permanent Exhibits Gallery: After Dark Tour to check out. As well as exploring the spooktacular attractions (if you dare!), don’t forget to get your Halloween-themed temporary tattoos and complimentary glowstick, so you look the part too. (Note: Some activities are suitable for ages 13 and above only.)
Harrowing Halloween 2, selected dates until 30 October, 7 to 11pm; Singapore Discovery Centre, 510 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638365
21. Halloween Night Luge at the Skyline Luge
Night luge, but make it spooky… There are two special Halloween-themed nights of fun to be had, with frights aplenty! Psst, be sure to come in fancy dress and stand the chance of winning an annual play pass. Now that’s what we’re talking about!
Halloween Night Luge, 27-30 October, 7 to 8.15pm and 8.15 to 9.30pm; Skyline Luge, 45 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099003
22. All aboard (or not) the Royal Albatross Ghost Ship Cruise!
How about setting sail and celebrating Halloween aboard the Royal Albatross? Enjoy a five-course dinner with Halloween-themed dishes as you voyage into the spooky ‘Sentosa triangle’. If you’re feeling brave, ask the crew “who is held below” and be led into the captain’s haunted cabin… enter if you dare… Psst – got a hound at home who’d like to get in on the spooky goings-on? Good news, there’s also a Howl-oween Dog Cruise taking place only on 31 October to enjoy!
Ghost Ship Cruise, 28-31 October, 6.30pm; Royal Albatross, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
23. Halloween Carnival and Night Market at City Sprouts
Something wicked this way comes at City Sprout! The social enterprise is hosting a themed carnival and night market at its premises this Halloween. Tour the horror-themed urban farm, put your hands in some creepy crawlies, enjoy farm-to-table potions, and have a psychic read your fortune. Purchase a Fright Pass or Festival Pass to spookify your experience even further.
Halloween Carnival and Night Market, 29 October, 5 to 9pm; City Sprouts, 102 Henderson Road, Singapore 159562
24. Episode The Halloween Experience at Gardens by the Bay
You’ve seen GBTB decked out for all kinds of festivities… so how about a Halloween-themed GBTB? Well, now you can! Celebrate the spooky season at the biggest outdoor festival at The Meadow. Explore IG-worthy horror spots, savour tasty treats at the food trucks (halal, too!), and enjoy the various entertainment on offer. Day one, for ages 18 and above, features refreshing beer and a cool line-up of EDM and hip-hop acts. Day two is a family-friendly affair filled with entertaining roving acts including stilt walkers, fairy jugglers, balloon sculptors, and more. Plus, plenty of exciting and interactive activities for the fam to take part in.
Episode The Halloween Experience, 29 October from 3pm and 30 October from 12pm; Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
25. The first ghostly drive-thru at Golden Mile Tower
What’s a “momok”, you ask? It’s Malay slang for ghost. This new, innovative attraction might just be something that you should hit up this Halloween! Join Singapore’s first momok drive-thru, where you’ll be greeted by “local celebrity ghouls” (you know who they are…). No vehicle? No problem – you can also experience this as a walk-through! There’s a mini bazaar where you can get your tummy filled after the scares, a photobooth to capture spooky snaps, and merch for purchase. Psst, there might even be an additional haunted house to visit… stay tuned for updates.
Singapore’s First Momok Drive-Thru, 27-31 October, 7pm to 3am; Level 6, Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road, Singapore 199589
26. Go on a frightful cruise with Genting Dream
If a ghost cruise is something that intrigues you, then read on… Genting Dream is transforming into a floating house of horrors that’ll defo keep you up all night. The cabins are set to terrify and thrill you with an unforgettable stay. Meanwhile, there are killer clowns roaming on deck, a horror maze where no one can hear you scream, and terrifyingly good dishes (and cocktails) to calm you down after all that excitement. The kids get a chance to participate too – there are activities all ready for them in the Main Lobby.
Clowning Around, until 2 November; Resort World Cruises, book online
27. Enjoy a chilling evening at Haw Par Villa
If thumping beats is not your thing, perhaps the sounds from two violins, a viola, and a cello are more up your alley. On 29 October, enjoy a chilling evening at Haw Par Villa as a string quartet performs chilling classical renditions of popular hits befitting the Halloween season. This experience includes entry to the Hell’s Museum, which you can explore after the performance. Don’t forget to bring mats so that you can sit down and enjoy the candlelight concert.
Candlelight Halloween: A Chilling Evening at Haw Par Villa, 29 October, 9pm; Haw Par Villa, 262 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118628
28. Dangerously delicious afternoon tea from Tablescape
Tablescape‘s popular afternoon tea set now comes in a Halloween version ($78++) for your kids to host their own Halloween party at home! Watch the kids go ga-ga over the monster cake pop with caramel and pumpkin and the dress-me-up D.I.Y. cupcakes set, which allows them to create and decorate their own chocolate cupcakes. Classic faves such as its chocolate hazelnut eclairs are also included, all decorated for Halloween. This set comes with a themed midnight black cover shade if you’re intending to get it as takeaway or delivery.
Stay tuned for the latest updates and events happening in Singapore this Halloween 2022!