Overview: Halloween attractions in Singapore 2012

Terror returns this October with several Halloween attractions all over Singapore. Here is a convenient guide to various themed haunts in Singapore for the 2012 Halloween season.

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Universal Studios Singapore presents an elevated sequel to its highly successful Halloween Horrors Nights, promising to be a larger event that is more elaborate and much scarier than before. Sentosa Spooktacular is also making a return with Asian horror-themed haunted trails – but for the first time, it will be held at Fort Siloso. If these two attractions seem too lengthy for you, a smaller haunt, FrightFest 2012 is available at the Singapore Flyer.

Also, various popular night clubs are hosting Halloween-themed events for those who wish to just dance through the night.

It is time again to gather your brave friends (and the gutless ones) for a few nights of fear at these events! I’m sure the memories will last forever.

This entry will be continuously updated when new information is available. Do bookmark this page and check regularly for updates.

Update 23/10/2012

Venture into the House of Dolls in our Halloween Horror Nights 2 – Domains of Fear feature!

Update 22/10/2012

– Read Our review for Museum of Horrors 2012 (SCAPE) and see some photos of the maze!
Tales of Revenge 2012 – The Village (The 13 Cells) has been CANCELED.
– Updated Halloween Horror Nights 2 (USS) information (Event hours now extended to 01:00AM)

Update 20/10/2012

Halloween Horror Nights 2 Review and Trip Report is now online! Take a look at photos of the scare zones and scare actors captured during opening night!

Past updates (Click to expand)

Update 16/10/2012

The third issue of Halloween Horror Nights 2 – Before Dark is now online. Have a more in-depth tour at Halloween Horror Nights 2 (USS) theming in the day, and first looks at the new 2012 HHN2 merchandise available at the park.

Update 15/10/2012

– Added events: Themed events at nightclubs and other smaller events.

Update 07/10/2012

– Added event: The 13 Cells: Tales of Revenge 2012 – The Village
The second issue of Halloween Horror Nights 2 – Before Dark is now available. Take an extended look at Halloween Horror Nights 2 (USS) theming in the day.

Update 02/10/2012

Halloween Horror Nights 2 – Before Dark is now available. Take a very detailed day-time look at various thematic elements for HHN2 (USS).

Update 30/09/2012

– Updated scare zone information for Halloween Horror Nights 2 (USS)
– Added event: Museum of Horrors 2012 – Zombie Outbreak
– Added ticketing locations for all events

Update 18/09/2012

– Added ticketing information for Sentosa Spooktacular

Update 10/09/2012

– Added event: Deadly Ever After
– Added names of Sentosa Spooktacular Haunted trails (there’s one called Deadly Doll Studio… hmm)

Quick Links to attractions and events

Halloween Horror Nights 2 – Universal Studios Singapore (USS)
Sentosa Spooktacular
FrightFest 2012 @ Singapore Flyer
Deadly Ever After (Sentosa 4D Magix, Singapore Cable Car)
Museum of Horrors 2012 (SCAPE)
Others (themed parties and minor haunts)

Halloween Horror Nights 2

Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) returns to Universal Studios Singapore this October with more ambition than last year, promising greater fear-filled experiences with more advanced effects and higher-than-high concepts. We have a new icon: The Puppet Master, and his three partners in crime: Doctor Dementia, The Undertaker and High Priest.

Read all about last year’s event over at my coverage of the inaugural (2011)
USS Halloween Horror Nights in Singapore!

NEW!: Dejiki.com’s Review and Trip Report for Halloween Horror Nights 2 is now online!


Website Link


Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa
Easiest way to get there is by RWS8 bus, or Sentosa Express (get off at Waterfront Station).
Refer to full list of travel directions here.

Scare Zones

  • House of Dolls (Hollywood)
  • Total Lockdown (New York)
  • Bizarre Bazaar (Ancient Egypt)
  • ?
  • ?

Haunted houses/mazes

  • Dungeon of Damnation (Stage 28, behind New York)
  • The Insanitarium (Covered queue zone, Waterworld)
  • Death Alley/”Chinatown” (Sting Alley, Water Street, Pier/Harbour, New York)

Other Attractions

  • Universal Studios Singapore Attractions: Transformers: The Ride, Battlestar Galactica: Human, Battlestar Galactica: Cylon, Accelerator, Revenge of the Mummy, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, Canopy Flyer, Shrek 4D, Enchanted Airways, Monster Rock

Food & Beverage outlets open during Halloween Horror Nights

  • Hollywood: Celebrity Cafe & Bakery, Hollywood China Bistro, Mel’s Drive-In
  • New York: KT’s Grill, Loui’s NY Pizza Parlor
  • Sci-Fi City: StarBot Cafe
  • Ancient Egypt: Oasis Spice Cafe
  • The Lost World/Jurassic Park: Discovery Food Court, Fossil Fuels
  • Far Far Away: Goldilocks, Friar’s
  • Madagascar: Marty’s Casa Del Wild, Gloria’s Snack Shack
  • Other food carts all over the park

Unlike the other events where dressing up and wearing masks are allowed and encouraged, do note that costumes and masks are NOT ALLOWED in Halloween Horror Nights 2. This is for the safety and security of the guests and scare actors!

Event Hours

8:00pm ~ 12:00am
8:00PM ~ 01:00AM next day on 25/10, 26/10, 27/10, 28/10

Note: During USS Halloween Horror Night event days, the daytime opening hours of the park are switched to a shorter 10:00am ~ 6:00pm. Between 6:00pm to 8:00pm, guests will need to exit the park premises while the park transforms into Halloween Horror Nights mode.

Event Dates

19/10, 20/10, 21/10
25/10, 26/10, 27/10, 28/10

Ticket Prices

Halloween Horror Nights – Event Ticket: $68
Halloween Horror Nights – Event Ticket (purchase before 1 October 2012): $60
*NOTE: There are no child ticket prices available. This practice has been carried over from both Universal Studios parks in the US. Halloween Horror Night has always been stated as unsuitable for children under 13.

Stay and Scream Pass (Day ticket upgrade): $45
Day tickets purchased on event days can be upgraded to Halloween Horror Nights tickets. However, the upgrade can be used for another night. This means that guests can buy the upgrade and choose to experience HHN2 on another night, instead on the same day.

Universal Studios Singapore Annual Passholders: $45
Present Annual Pass card at park ticketing booths. Each Annual Passholder is entitled to purchase 6 tickets per transaction. The Passholder can enjoy priority access to the park during HHN2, via the VIP gantry at the park entrance.

Resorts World Hotel Guests: $58
Present Hotel Key card at park ticketing booths.

RWS Invites members: $50
Present RWS Invites card at park ticketing booths. Each RWS Invites member is entitled to purchase 6 tickets. The RWS Invites member and their guests can enjoy priority access to the park during HHN2, via the VIP gantry at the park entrance.

Other promotions

Maybank Cards
Special rates are available for holders of certain Maybank cards. Check here for full details.

Student Price
Student Special ($48 tickets) are available, but can only be bought at roadshows or via special bulk orders. Check with your institution or find out which society/club is in charge of the bulk order for more information.

Full-time National Service (NSF) / NSmen (National Servicemen)
NSF/NSmen/Regulars can purchase tickets at $48 by showing their 11B card at any Universal Studios Ticketing Booth. This applies for all services (MINDEF/SAF/RSAF/RSN and SPF/SCDF, etc) as long as you have an 11B card. Each card can be used to purchase 2 tickets.

Halloween Horror Nights Express: $40

This Express pass is an add-on option (Admission is NOT included) and allows the holder to use the Express line for some attractions once. Day-time Universal Express Passes and Superstar Annual Passes cannot be used during Halloween Horror Nights. Express Passes can be purchased from the park during Halloween Horror Nights.

R.I.P Tours (VIP Tours)

Standard Tour Rate per Person: $148
Standard Tour Rate per Person (Book before 1 October 2012): $128
Annual Passholders: $128

Like last year, VIP Tours is available for HHN2. This is the group tour option (from 2 to 12 guests per group) and the tour guide will show guests around the park, tell stories about the attractions, and provide VIP access to attractions. Each tour is 3 hours long and unlike the USS VIP Tours, express access to attractions will not be extended after the RIP Tour.

RIP Tour Entitlements

• One (1) entry pass to Halloween Horror Nights.
• One (1) RIP Tour credential, lanyard and glow stick.
• VIP access to the select rides and attractions during the tour
• Complimentary refreshments at the VIP reception – choice of coffee, tea or bottled water at the start of the tour.
• One (1) $10 meal voucher for use at any food and beverage carts/outlets in Universal Studios Singapore.
• Opportunity for a private meet and greet and photo session with the characters.
• 10% discount on selected merchandise at Universal Studios Singapore retail outlets.
• 10% discount off total bill at all Universal Studios Singapore F&B outlets.
• Fujifilm one-for-one promotion for photo prints.

Where to buy tickets?

Event Tickets and Express Passes can be purchased at Universal Studios Singapore Ticket booths, or online here.

For Stay and Scream Upgrade: Buy add-on event ticket at ticket booths at the park, Guest Services counter, or HHN ticketing booth at Hollywood zone in the park.

For Annual passholders, RWS Invites Members and RWS Hotel guests: buy discounted ticket booths at the park or Guest Services counter at the park.

For RIP Tours, you can visit the VIP Tours Lobby to make a reservation. Alternatively, call VIP Tour Reservations at 6577 6077 or email rwstours@rwsentosa.com

Sentosa Spooktacular

While I did not attend Sentosa Spooktacular 2011, it was a large event at Imbiah zone, Sentosa. If you’d like to see details of last year’s event, refer to my 2011 Halloween attractions overview.

I did attend the event in 2010 though, which featured indoor scares houses within the buildings of Images of Singapore and Merlion attractions, as well as a harmless ride on the Tiger Sky Tower. The entire Imbiah area in Sentosa is a scare zone and is the only place where photography is allowed, if you wish to take photos with the scare actors. Here is my report of Sentosa Spooktacular in 2010.

However there is a new twist this year. Sentosa Spooktacular 2012 will be held at Fort Siloso. Yet another location at Sentosa that is heavily rumoured to be haunted. The site was significant during World War 2 (as a fort and a camp for prisoners-of-war), but is now a modern military museum. For Sentosa Spooktacular, one of the haunted trails is of course, themed to an army camp.

Information is scarce now as Sentosa is focused on its 40th Anniversary celebration. This section will be updated once new information is available.



Fort Siloso, Siloso Point, Sentosa
Unlike Imbiah zone (which is directly accessible via the Imbiah Sentosa Express station), Fort Siloso is located at the west end of Sentosa island. Getting there is a little more complicated. Refer to full list of travel directions here.

Notable Attractions

5 haunted trails around Fort Siloso

  • Deadly Doll Studio
  • Kem Berhantu (lit. Haunted Camp)
  • The Last Sequel
  • The Land of Lost Souls
  • 碟仙 (Oujia Board)

Event Hours

7:00pm ~ 11:00pm

Event Dates

19/10, 20/10
26/10, 27/10, 28/10

Ticket Prices

Unlike last year’s complicated per-entry ticket model, each Sentosa Spooktacular 2012 ticket provides admission into five haunted trails.
5 Haunted Trails: $48
Tickets are available at $36 as an early bird promotion (applicable from 1 to 15 October 2012, or until 30 percent of tickets are sold).

Fast Pass: $25
Priority Access passes are available for purchase during event nights at the Fort Siloso Ticketing counting. These passes allow guests to skip the normal lines and get into the haunted trails with the shortest waiting time possible.

Kia Gui (Afraid of Ghosts) Pass: $10
This add-on pass can be exchanged for $10 worth of refreshments. This pass cannot be used to access the Haunted Trails.

Other promotions
There are other discounts for Sentosa Islander, SFRA, ISIC, American Association, AREU Union members are available. Refer to event ticketing page for more details.

There are add-on/top-up packages and bundles available for Sentosa Spooktacular 2012, including Deadly Ever After, Segway Rides (between Beach Station and Fort Siloso) and Gogreen After Dark (A Segway night tour). Refer to event ticketing page for more details.

Where to buy tickets?

Visit various Sentosa ticketing counters, or at the Spooktacular website.
For more information, click here

FrightFest 2012 @ Singapore Flyer


The FrightFest 2012 @ Singpapore Flyer is held at the Rainforest area below the giant observation wheel. A single scare zone is staged at this year’s FrightFest, promising a “spectacular movie-themed experience” at The Undead Forest.

FrightFest 2012 is produced with the Singapore Polytechnic (SP) project team, made up of students reading their Diploma in Integrated Events & Project Management. For those who were in the loop with what happened last year, SP students have been part of Night Safari’s Halloween Horrors events until its shocking cancellation in 2011.


Singapore Flyer

Event Hours:

7:30pm ~ 10:30pm

Event Dates:

Category B (Non-Peak)
12/10, 13/10, 14/10,
19/10, 20/10, 21/10,

Category A (Peak)
26/10, 27/10, 28/10

Ticket Prices: Package (The Undead Forest + Singapore Flight)

This package includes one ride on the Singapore Flyer.
Note: For some reason, only Adult ticket options are available.

Category B (Non-Peak)
$42 – Adult

Category A (Peak)
$45 – Adult

Ticket Prices – The Undead Forest only

This option does not include a ride on the Singapore Flyer.

Category B (Non-Peak)
$22 $25 – Adult
$15 – Child (3-12 years old)

Category A (Peak)
$25 $28 – Adult
$18 – Child (3-12 years old)

From 1st to 14th September, Category B adult tickets for select dates can be purchased with 30% off, meaning it’ll be just $17.50 per ticket.
Edit: This offer has been extended
For full details, visit the FrightFest 2012 website.

Where to buy tickets?

Tickets can be bought at the Singapore Flyer or online here.

Deadly Ever After

Website Link

Deadly Ever After is a collaboration between Sentosa 4D Magix and Singapore Cable Car. The event is also produced with Singapore Polytechnic (SP) students. It will take place at the entrance of Sentosa 4D Magix and end at the Singapore Cable Car museum. To make the experience more unique, guests will travel to Sentosa from Harbourfront via cable car (included in admission) before stepping into the creepy haunt that awaits them at the other side…

Get into the Halloween spirit this October with “Deadly Ever After”, a haunted trail combining old Chinese superstitions and the wrath of a Chinese ghost, that will set to mortify the bravest of hearts.

Discover the horrors of a match made in hell where an innocent young lady, Ah Ling, was forced into a Chinese ghost marriage with a dead man. When it was later found that Ah Ling was mysteriously pregnant with the child of her dead husband, she went insane and the real haunting journey starts.


Sentosa 4D Magix and Singapore Cable Car Museum
(However, event actually starts at Harbourfront Tower 2 Cable Car Station)

Event Hours:

7:00pm ~ 11:00pm

Event Dates:

19/10, 20/10
26/10, 27/10, 28/10

Ticket Prices

Premium Package
$28 per person
Admission ticket includes Deadly Ever After Haunted Trail admission and 1-way ride to Sentosa (from Harbourfront Tower 2 Cable Car station)
From now till 7 October, an early bird discount is available. Tickets can be bought at $24 each at the Harbourfront Cable Car station.

Basic Admission
S$17 per person
Admission ticket includes Deadly Ever After Haunted Trail admission only.

Sentosa Spooktacular 2 + Deadly Ever After COMBO
For a $8.50 top-up, Sentosa Spooktacular 2 ticket holders can access the haunted trail of Deadly Ever After. Refer to this page for details.

Where to buy tickets?

Premium Package and Basic Admission tickets can be purchased online here

Museum of Horrors 2012 – Zombie Outbreak

Website Link

The Museum of Horrors returns again with 4D effects, promising an intense zombie outbreak experience. Like its previous installments, Museum of Horrors is still the only walkthrough attraction that operates in the day (and every day) during the Halloween season.

Scared shrieks waft from the eerie paths that crisscross *SCAPE’s warehouse of unspeakable horrors. As feared, biochemist Dr Decay may have gone a step too far in desperately finding a cure for his wife, Mary, who is suffering from a strange disease. Treading through the transformed facility, Halloween revellers now enter a secret laboratory housing a horde of zombies. Try to make it out of the zombie outbreak alive before it spirals downwards into a widespread, uncontainable epidemic. With 4D effects guaranteed to ignite all senses and fill the evening with spine-tingling chills, never let carefully built-up guards down just when safety is presumed to be at its highest. Tread carefully, and come prepared for that one final terrifying twist at the end of the experience.


SCAPE Warehouse (2nd Floor)
2 Orchard Link

Event Hours:

Weekdays: 6:00pm ~ 11:00pm
Weekends: 6:00pm ~ 12:00am

Event Dates:

18/10, 19/10, 20/10, 21/10,
22/10, 23/10, 24/10, 25/10,
26/10, 27/10, 28/10, 29/10,
30/10, 31/10

Ticket Prices

$22 per person

$25 per person

Where to buy tickets?

Tickets can be purchased on-site at SCAPE. Refer to this page for a map to SCAPE.

The 13 Cells: Tales of Revenge 2012 – The Village

Website Link


This event has been canceled. If you bought tickets for this event, you will receive a refund from the the organisers.

Dear customers, due to a series of feedback on the grounds of religious sensitivity on the venue ground the Halloween event is held, the event will be canceled. Full refunds will be made to all customers in 7-10 working days. We apologize for all inconvenience caused.

Archived information for reference (Click to expand)

The 13 Cells return again this year, touting itself as the “Most Haunted” horror house in Singapore.


House of the Undead @ Punggol “Mysterious Track 23”
Free shuttle bus pick up and drop off at Punggol MRT Station from 7:00pm to 12:00am (every 20mins)

Event Hours:

7:00pm ~ 12:00am

Event Dates:

19/10, 20/10, 21/10, 
25/10, 26/10, 27/10, 28/10

Ticket Prices

$48 per person

Where to buy tickets?

Admission tickets can be purchased online here
Tickets can be purchased on-site at SCAPE. Refer to this page for a map to SCAPE.

Themed events at nightclubs and bars

Here are some Halloween-themed events in nightclubs and bars for those who prefer to party the night away. This list is not exhaustive, there are certainly more events I’ve yet to list here.

The Zouk Doll House: Halloween 2012

27 October 2012, 9pm~Late
Admission: $35 (Non-members), $28 (Members). Includes 2 drinks.
*Free and priority entry for guests in full costume (priority given to Dolls)

TGIW: Trick or Treat? – Zouk

31 October 2012, 9pm~Late
Admission: $25 (Non-members), Ladies enter free. Includes 2 drinks for paying customers.

More details here for Zouk Halloween events

Beer Market and the Kingdom of Crystal Skulls

27th October 2012, 9pm~Late
Admission: Free (Beer Market members), $10 (Non-members, with 1 bottle of EKU Beer). Many other options available, see website for details.

More details here

The Superstition Ball – The White Rabbit

27 October 2012, 9pm~Late

More details here

Hotel Halloweird – The Butter Factory

27 October 2012, 10pm~Late
Admission: Varies, refer to event page for details.

More details here

Chamber Of The Damned – Zirca

27 October 2012, 10pm~Late
Admission: Varies, refer to event page for details.

More details here

Other events

If you are not ready to club or face the major haunts, these events may be more suitable for you.

Fright Night! – Asian Civilisations Museum

27 October 2012, 7pm~12am
Free admission from 5pm to Asian Civilisations Museum

Highlights: Supernatural Gallery Trail, Live performances, Film screening, some educational experiences/installations presented by Singapore Paranormal Investigators (SPI).

More details here

Escape to “Hell”oween – D’Marquee at Downtown East

27 October 2012, 6pm~10pm
Admission: $15 (Public), $10 (Plus! member), $5 (nEbO Plus! Member)

Highlights: Maze of Terror, Dead Men Walking parade, Dance Party, Fortune telling and photo booths

More details here

Once again, I will update this entry when new information is available. Do bookmark this page and check regularly for updates.
Also, if you know something that I haven’t posted, please send me a message or leave a comment so that I can update this entry.

Halloween Horror Nights 2 promotional materials © 2012 Universal Studios, Resorts World Sentosa.
Sentosa Spooktacular image © 2012 Sentosa Leisure Management.
FrightFest 2012 image © 2012 Singapore Flyer Pte Ltd.
Deadly Ever After image © 2012 Sentosa4DMagix, Mount Faber Leisure Group Pte Ltd.
Museum of Horrors 2012 image © 2012 Movie Mania Singapore.
13 Cells image © 2012 The 13 Cells.


15 Responses to Overview: Halloween attractions in Singapore 2012

  1. Luke September 1, 2012 at 2:17 pm #

    Hey Dejiki!
    Great overview of the attractions!
    However, you just made me more afraid of going to HHN2! The hospital haunt is going to scare the hell out of me!!!!

    T T

    • Dejiki September 1, 2012 at 2:21 pm #

      Hi Luke,

      Thanks for commenting.

      I know how you feel – I’ve been to another heavily themed scare maze before that is hospital themed. Even actual hospitals (the older ones) can get creepy to walk at night!

      Talking about hospital haunts… Have you heard of the Haunted Hospital at Fuji-Q Highlands? It had the world record holder for the longest walkthrough haunted maze (not sure if it’s still the longest) because it takes about 30-40 minutes to get to the end. The rooms are very dark and guests get a dim flashlight (which is quite useless) for the first half!

      • Luke September 1, 2012 at 4:25 pm #

        Yes I have heard of that.
        However I skipped Fuji-Q when I visited Japan in June, since it is more of an amusement park than a theme park.
        But my friends in Japan have been to the hospital haunt and proved its extreme horror.

        I don’t think I can ever survive that… Japan is famous for creepy stuff…

        When I visited USJ, there was a temporary Mummy haunt. I walked straight back the the entrance after getting scared by the third scare actor… and exited the maze immediately.
        T T

  2. Melvin September 15, 2012 at 1:12 pm #

    Can i ask this year, how sure are u
    that the scare actors are not allowed to touch guests? It appears this
    is a very important factor to my friends who are going. Thanks!

    • Dejiki September 15, 2012 at 5:29 pm #

      Hi Melvin,

      Scare actors are trained create an experience for guests through their performance. Generally, Universal has very strict guidelines on what sort of actions scare actors can do. The most important rule is for them to get close to guests and scare them, but NEVER touch guests unaware.

      At times, guests may wish to take photos with scare actors and some scare actors may pose with guests – there might be contact (such as having their arm around a guest’s shoulder, like a friendly group photo; or grabbing a guest’s head like a typical monster/villain photo) but the guest is already aware and hence this form of contact is acceptable.

      For some scare mazes, scare actors may “touch” guests using props, but the action of “touching” highly limited (no such thing as groping or grabbing).

      That said, accidents do happen but rest assured that any sort of unaware contact with guests are unintentional. Even if guests are aware, scare actors will NOT touch guests in ways that are socially unacceptable.

      It is far more common for guests to touch scare actors (either intentionally or as a natural reaction to shock).

  3. Natasha September 28, 2012 at 5:23 pm #

    can i ask? is it okay to wear school uniforms there? thanks

    • Dejiki September 28, 2012 at 5:30 pm #

      Hi Natasha, which Halloween attraction are you referring to?

  4. JT September 29, 2012 at 9:51 pm #


    Are we allowed to dress up for deadly ever after?

    • Dejiki September 30, 2012 at 5:22 pm #

      Hi JT,

      Costumes are only explicitly banned at Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights. The other events do not have guidelines for costumes, and usually some of their guests make the effort to dress up.

  5. xyz October 18, 2012 at 4:31 pm #

    What are the transportation changes like on the nights of HHN2@USS on sentosa? Sentosa express stops operating at midnight as usual?

    • Dejiki October 18, 2012 at 5:34 pm #

      For public transportation into Sentosa:

      1. Sentosa Broadwalk – $1
      2. RWS8 Bus – $2
      3. Sentosa Express – $3.50

      Trip out of Sentosa via these 3 ways are free.

      Yes, Sentosa Express will stop operating at Midnight. But I believe there will be a long queue for Sentosa Express so they may extend hours. However, usually after USS closes, the queue for Sentosa Express and RWS8 are extremely long. I would suggest walking out to Vivocity via Broadwalk.

  6. Sam October 21, 2012 at 1:57 am #

    Do u know any Halloween party that is for 13 years old and above that can wear costume..???

    • Dejiki October 22, 2012 at 9:24 pm #

      Hi Sam,

      You might want to take a look at the “Escape to “Hell”oween” event at Downtown East.

  7. nadiah October 22, 2012 at 6:25 pm #

    Really curious if an adult must come with us (15 year olds) into sentosa spooktacular…. we can’t enter by ourselves?

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