Guide: Halloween attractions in Singapore 2013


The most thrilling season of the year is back! Here is the ultimate guide to all the Halloween haunts, events and parties in Singapore – all for an heart-pumping, fear-filled October!

Halloween Horror Nights 3 (HHN3) will fill Universal Studios Singapore with tormenting haunted houses and unsettling scare zones. The three deadly witches, reunited as vengeful sisters, are this year’s unique Halloween Horror Nights icons.

With a major collaboration with GTH, Sentosa Spooktacular is bringing hauntingly popular Thai horror films to life at the Fort Siloso. Witness the return of evil spirits, malicious curses and other disturbing scenes, right out of the films!

There are also smaller Halloween haunts and themed parties, which will be added to this guide when announced.

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

Last Updated 01 October 2013.

Quick Links to attractions and events

Halloween Horror Nights 3 (HHN3) – Universal Studios Singapore (USS)
Sentosa Spooktacular – Fort Siloso
Minor haunts and less intense events
Nightclub, bar and restaurant events

Halloween Horror Nights 3

With two highly successful years, Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) is back again with a longer season of 10 nights and extended hours from 7PM to 1AM. The park promises nights of harrowing misadventures and fear-stricken experiences with three haunted houses and three scare zones. Instead of a key mastermind and partner icons, this year a triple threat of three vengeful witches will take over the park at night: Daughter of Undead, Maiden of the Opera and Crone of the Forest.

NEW! Read the FULL Halloween Horror Nights 3 review now!



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

  • Attack of the Vampires (New York)
  • Forbidden Forest (Jurassic Park)
  • Convention of Curses (Ancient Egypt)

Haunted houses/mazes

  • Adrift(Stage 28)
  • Songs of Death (Near Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure Queue)
  • Possessions (Waterworld Queue)

Other Attractions

  • Monster Rock: Halloween Edition – A special edition of the show exclusively staged for HHN3!
  • Select Universal Studios Singapore Attractions: Transformers: The Ride, Accelerator, Revenge of the Mummy, Canopy Flyer, Shrek 4D, Enchanted Airways

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 3. This is for the safety and security of the guests and scare actors!

Event Hours

7:00pm ~ 1:00am

Note: During USS Halloween Horror Night event days, the daytime opening hours of the park are switched to a shorter 10:00am ~ 5:30pm. Between 5:30pm to 7:00pm, guests will need to exit the park premises while the park transforms into Halloween Horror Nights mode.

Event Dates

11/10, 12/10
18/10, 19/10
25/10, 26/10
31/10, 01/11, 02/11, 03/11

Peak nights are on 25/10, 26/10, 01/11 and 02/11.

Ticket Prices

Halloween Horror Nights – Event Ticket: $68
Halloween Horror Nights – Event Ticket (Early Bird Promotion): $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.

Early Bird promotion is available from 1 August 2013 till 4 September 2013.

Halloween Horror Nights – Frequent Fear Season Pass Ticket: $118
This pass includes unlimited access to Halloween Horror Nights for six specific off-peak nights:
11/10, 12/10, 18/10, 19/10, 31/10, 03/11

Frequent Fear Pass Registration and Activation is required at the Annual Pass Lobby during HHN3 event night (on first admission).

Stay and Scream Pass (Day ticket upgrade): $50
Day time guests may top up $50 to extend their passes for Halloween Horror Nights 3 admission. Unlike in 2012, HHN3 upgrades may only be purchased for the same day as visit in the day.

Stay and Scream Pass includes priority admission to the park and a single-use express pass to one Haunted House.

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Express

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Express Pass (Early Bird, Off-Peak Nights): $50

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Express Pass (Early Bird, Peak Nights): $60

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Express Pass (Event Night): $50~80

This Express pass is an add-on option (Admission is NOT included) and allows the holder to use the Express line once for each attraction open during Halloween Horror Nights. Day-time Universal Express Passes and Annual Passes cannot be used during Halloween Horror Nights. Express Passes can be purchased from the park during Halloween Horror Nights, although the price may increase to $80.

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Express Unlimited Pass

An Unlimited option of the HHN3 Universal Express Pass is available, but the price has yet to be confirmed.
Only available as part of RIP Tours entitlement.

R.I.P Tours (VIP Tours)

Standard Tour Rate per Person: $198
Early Bird Tour Rate per Person (Book before 5 September): $188

Like the years before, VIP Tours is available for HHN3. This is the group tour option (from 2 to 12 guests per group) and the tour guide will show guests around the park and provide VIP access to all haunted houses and some park attractions, which will be a major time-saver. Tour start at 7pm and last for 3 hours – VIP Tour guests are free to explore the park and enjoy attractions on their own after the tour.

RIP Tour Entitlements

• One (1) entry pass to Halloween Horror Nights.
• One (1) RIP Tour credential, lanyard and glow stick.
• One (1) Halloween Horror Nights Universal Express Unlimited Pass
• VIP access to the select rides and attractions during the tour
• Complimentary refreshments at the VIP reception – choice of beverage 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.

Promotions and Discounts

All Maybank Cardmembers

NEW Online Promotion for ALL Maybank Cardholders

By popular demand and for a limited period only, purchase 3 admission tickets at S$58 each (U.P. S$68) to Halloween Horror Nights® 3 at Universal Studios Singapore® with your Maybank Credit/Debit Card and get 1 free!
Offer valid for online purchases only, while stocks last!

Event Admission
Early Bird Tickets: S$55
Regular Tickets: S$58 (Free HHN3 lanyard^)

Early Bird promotion is valid only for ticket purchases from 1 August 2013 till 4 September 2013.
^Free lanyard redemption is for first 100 Maybank cardmembers per HHN3 event night only.

R.I.P Tour
Maybank Special Rate: $188

In-Park Discounts
Maybank cardmembers can enjoy 10% off dining and retail bill at Universal Studios Singapore, with a minimum purchase of $20. This is valid only during HHN event nights.

Maybank Platinum Visa and eVibes Cardmembers

Between 5 September to 3 November 2013, these card members can enjoy:

– Buy 2 tickets and get 2 tickets free
– Buy 3 Halloween Horror Nights Express Passes and get 1 free

Limited to first 400 redemptions only, with up to 3 redemptions per Cardmember. Valid for online purchases only from 5 September to 3 November 2013. Payment must be made with a Maybank eVibes or Platinum Visa Card.

For more information
For more details and terms and conditions on Maybank promotions, refer to Maybank website.

RWS Invites members

Event Admission Ticket – $54
Frequent Fear Season Pass – $88
RIP Tour – $178

Present RWS Invites card at park ticketing booths or enter your Membership number at the online booking website. RWS Invites Members can purchase 1 RIP Tour ticket at the discounted rate for themselves. They can also purchase up to 6 General Event Admission tickets. As for Frequent Fear Pass, the park only allows each RWS Invites Member to purchase 1 ticket for themselves, although if they purchase via RWS online, they will be able to buy to 6 Frequent Fear Passes.

Universal Studios Singapore Annual Passholders / RWS Attractions Passholders

Event Admission Ticket – $54
Frequent Fear Season Pass – $88
RIP Tour – $178

RWS Attractions Passholders (including Universal Studios Singapore – Student Season Passholders) can purchase 1 Frequent Fear Pass and 1 RIP Tour ticket at the discounted rate for themselves. They can also purchase up to 6 General Event Admission tickets.


Event Admission Ticket (Peak Nights) – $55
Event Admission Ticket (Off-Peak Nights) – $50

Peak nights are on 25/10, 26/10, 01/11 and 02/11. All other nights are deemed off-peak.

Currently, the SAFRA/MINDEF/Home Team promotional rates have been removed from the HHN3 website.


Event Admission Ticket (Peak Nights) – $55
Event Admission Ticket (Off-Peak Nights) – $50
Frequent Fear Season Pass Ticket (for Off-Peak Nights only): $98

Peak nights are on 25/10, 26/10, 01/11 and 02/11. The Frequent Fear Pass is valid for unlimited access to Halloween Horror Nights on six specific off-peak nights:
11/10, 12/10, 18/10, 19/10, 31/10, 03/11

Event Admission Ticket (Open-Dated) – $50
Exclusively available at Cineleisure Roadshow only.

Where to buy tickets?

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

For students, MINDEF, SAFRA and Home Team cardholders, present your ID card at Universal Studios Singapore ticket booths to purchase tickets at the special rates.

For Stay and Scream Upgrade: Buy add-on event ticket at ticket booths at the park, Guest Services counter, or HHN ticketing booths 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. RWS Invites Members may also order online with their membership card number.

For RIP Tours, you can visit the Universal Studios Singapore VIP Tours Lobby to make a reservation. Alternatively, call VIP Tour Reservations at 6577 6077 or email

Sentosa Spooktacular

Sentosa Spooktacular 2013 will be held at Fort Siloso once again, taking advantage of the creepy and purportedly haunted venue. This year, a major collaboration with Thai movie production studios GTH will allow the most fearsome Thai horrors to be unleashed on Sentosa island.

Be prepared to relive the unsettling scenes and escape from the vengeful characters from horror hits such as Coming Soon, Shutter, Body, Dorm and Pee Mak.

NEW! Read the FULL Sentosa Spooktacular 2013 review now!



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

  • Coming Soon
  • Shutter
  • Pee Mak
  • Body
  • Dorm

Sentosa Spooktacular 2013 map

Event Hours

7:00pm ~ 11:00pm*
Last entry to Fort Siloso at 9:30pm

*In case of long waiting time, the event organisers will extend event hours (at their discretion) so that guests may have more time to experience more Haunted Trails.

Event Dates

18/10 (Preview Night / Sold Out)
20/10 (Extra Night!)
25/10, 26/10
31/10, 01/11, 02/11

Ticket Prices

5 Haunted Trails – Advance Purchase
[Available to buy between 1 July to 15 October]

5 Haunted Trails – Standard Purchase
[Available to buy between 16 October to 2 November]

5 Haunted Trails – Islander Discount
[Available to buy between 1 July to 15 October]

Fast Pass: $26.60
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: $16.60
This add-on pass can be exchanged for $10 worth of refreshments. This pass cannot be used to access the Haunted Trails.

Where to buy tickets?

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

Minor Haunts

For an event to be classified as a haunt, it must have at least three different haunted houses or scare zones. Anything less than that will be classified as a “minor haunt” in my guide.

Race the Dead – 5KM Zombie Obstacle Run


5km race, with zombies, obstacle courses and surprises.
Finisher’s bragging rights for surviving the race with “lives” remaining

Event Hours
8:00AM ~ 8:00PM
Note: actual experience varies, as this is a race.
First wave flag off at 10:00AM; last wave at 4:00PM. Waves are at 5 minute intervals.
Participants will need to select a wave time slot during registration.

Event Dates
26 & 27 October 2013
Day 1 (26th October) is sold out. Only Day 2 (27th October) is available.

Ticket Prices
$79.90 per race participant

As this is a themed race, pre-registration is required. Participants will also need to be physically fit to complete the 5km course.

Fright Nites

Sentosa 4D Magix, Imbiah Area at Sentosa

“Trapped” Haunted House

Event Hours
7:00PM ~ 11:00PM

Event Dates
4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 & 27 October 2013

Ticket Prices
$26.90 per guest

Museum of Horrors IV: The Twins

Event website

SCAPE building

An indoor, elaborate haunted house. Check out a review of last year’s event here.

Event Hours
6:00PM ~ 11:00PM (18-30 October 2013)
6:00PM ~ 12:00AM (31 October 2013)

Event Dates
18 to 31 October 2013

Ticket Prices
$20 per guest
$17 per guest (For students only)

Night of the Living Dead

Bugis Street

A spine-chilling walkthrough haunt built around Bugis Street Shopping Complex.

Event Hours
11:00PM – 2:00AM
(Last Admission at 1:45AM)

Event Dates
31/10, 01/11, 02/11

Ticket Prices
Standard – $36
Student – $27
Early Bird (Purchase before 13 Oct 2013) – $25

Where to buy tickets
– City Tours Visitor Information at Bugis Street (Unit: CYFL 1)
– Bugis Street Management Office (#03-01)

Singapore Zombie Walk

Event website

The Cathay

Being part of a zombie horde

Event Hours
7:30PM ~ Late

Event Dates
26 October 2013

Ticket Prices
No charges for this experience. However, registration is required. This event is capped at 500 participants only.

Halloween Cursed Studio 2013

Event website

30B Smith Street #03-00
Singapore 058944

Singapore’s FIRST mission-based Haunted House

Event Hours
7:30PM ~ 11:00PM

Event Dates
20, 25, 26, 27, 30 & 31 October 2013

Ticket Prices
Standard – $48
Express Tix (Skip regular queue) – $10

Events that are less intense and may be suitable for younger audience

Most Halloween events are catered towards adults. However, there are some events that are less intense and may be suitable for the younger audiences. The main target audience is still teenagers. Do exercise caution as these events may still be frightening for young children. Adult supervision is strongly recommended.

Escape To ‘Hell’oween – Horror Creeps Within

Event website

Downtown East – D’ Marquee

“Maze of Terror” Haunted House
“Walking Dead” Parade
“Flame of Terror Show”
Fortune Telling Booths and Movie Screening

Event Hours
6:00PM ~ 11:00PM

Event Dates
25 & 26 October 2013

Ticket Prices
$18 per guest (as of 15 September 2013)

Discounts are available for nEbO Plus! and NTUC Plus! members. For more details, please refer to the Event website.

ACM After Dark: Mystic Asia

Facebook event page

Asian Civilizations Museum

“Be thrilled by activities and performances inspired by the objects from the galleries and Asian folklore. Enjoy a ghostly movie screening, hear haunting tales in the galleries, and make your own spooky souvenir to take home.”

Event Hours
7:00PM till 11:00PM.

Event Dates
26 October 2013

Ticket Prices
Free Admission

Themed events at nightclubs, bars and restaurants

Halloween Special @ Supply & Demand

(Restaurant Event)
Esplanade Mall #01-13

25 October 2013
A Fun-Filled Halloween Party under the Stars.

26 October 2013
Chill-Out At our Rooftop Bar With Our Favorite Horror Fest

More details here.

Zouk – The Silver Scream: Zouk Halloween 2013

26 October 2013, 9pm~Late
Admission: $35 (Non-members), $28 (Members). Includes 2 drinks.
*Free and priority entry for guests in full costume (priority given to those dressed as Horror Movie characters)

Zouk – The Great TGIW: Superheroes Halloween Special

30 October 2013, 9pm~Late
Admission: $25 (Non-members), Ladies enter free. Includes 2 drinks for paying customers.

More details here for Zouk Halloween events.

The White Rabbit presents PLANET HALLOWEEN

26 October 2013, 9pm~Late

More details here.

The Vault – The Asylum feat. Shut the Funk Up #2

26 October 2013, 10pm~Late

More details here.

Wave House Sentosa – Zombieland

26 October 2013, 9pm~Late
Doors open at 8pm

Admission: $48 (Advance Purchase: 1-25 October), $58 (Event Day Purchase, 26 October)

More details here.

kyō – Halloween Special

26 October 2013, 10pm~Late

More details here.

kyō – Harajuku Halloween

31 October 2013, 10pm~Late

More details here.

More information will be added when available.

This entry will be updated when new information is available. Do bookmark this page and check regularly for updates.
Also, if you know something that I haven’t posted (or if you are a publicist for an event), please send me a message or leave a comment so that I can update this entry.

Halloween Horror Nights 3 promotional materials © 2013 Universal Studios Singapore and Resorts World at Sentosa.
Sentosa Spooktacular promotional materials © 2013 Sentosa Leisure Management & GMM Tai Hub Co. Ltd

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47 Responses to Guide: Halloween attractions in Singapore 2013

  1. sharluo August 17, 2013 at 5:34 pm #

    hi, can I know if unisim students will also be entitled to the student rate for the horror night upon shoing their student cArd??

    • Dejiki August 19, 2013 at 3:41 pm #

      As long as you have a valid student ID, you can buy Halloween Horror Nights 3 tickets at the student discount.

  2. Katrina August 23, 2013 at 4:31 pm #

    Hi, it says the event hour is 7pm – 1am.. does that mean we need to be there 7pm sharp? or we can go in even after 7pm? It will be my first time to try this event. Would really appreciate your response.


    • Dejiki August 24, 2013 at 9:30 am #

      Hi Katrina,

      For Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights 3, the park will open only from 7pm, so you can go into the park anytime after that.

  3. Bobby August 28, 2013 at 3:19 pm #

    Hey Dejiki,

    Do you foresee long waiting time for the Express queue with the Universal Express Unlimited Pass available for purchase?


    • Dejiki August 28, 2013 at 3:29 pm #

      It is hard to say. However, because the way USS operates express queue (an arbitrary alternating-group technique) is different from capacity-allocation concepts like Disney’s Fastpass, it is very likely that the normal queue will be most affected by the Unlimited Pass product, and not the express lane.

  4. Kesia September 4, 2013 at 9:54 am #

    Just wanted some ticket advice.
    I’m planning on visiting the park in Oct. and I wanted to do HHN3 as well as the park. What tickets should I buy?
    – I want the most time as I could possibly have in the regular theme park, but I know it closes early on the days when there is HHN3.
    -Would it make sense to get the discounted ticket for people who are already in the park and just want to stay later for HHN3?
    – IS HHN3 only on Fri/Sat, and all the other weekdays it’s regular park hours?
    -Should I just go to USS on the weekday like I originally planned, then buy a separate ticket for HHN3?

    Whats your best advice? Awesome blog btw, very helpful!!!

    • Dejiki September 4, 2013 at 9:31 pm #

      Hi Kesia,

      – Getting a Stay and Scream ticket is cheaper. However, you have to make sure that you have enough energy to last through a full day (10AM-1AM next day) at the park.

      – Yes, during other days (some Sundays and other weekdays), the park is open from 10AM-7PM.

      – If you want to have a more manageable and relaxing time at the parks, I would suggest going to HHN3 on a different night. Having everything on one day is very exhausting.

  5. Antonio September 5, 2013 at 2:13 pm #

    Hi Dejiki!
    Thank you for your guide! I will be visiting Singapore on October 31st to Nov 3rd, I was planning o go to halloween horror nights on November 1st.
    -Should I wait to buy the stay and scream pass or do you think the event could get fully booked?

    -I am still looking for affordable hotels around and Sentosa is very expensive compared to the hotels in Singapore. I am concerned though with the transport to get back to the main city after the event is over. Do you know what is the best way to go back to Singapore afterwards?

    Thank you so much!!!

  6. Aeris September 7, 2013 at 4:28 pm #

    Hello! May I know under 13 years old can go for the Halloween? Cuz there stated it was unsuitable for child age under 13. So I wanted to know whether age under 13 can go or cannot go. 🙂

    • Dejiki September 7, 2013 at 8:14 pm #

      Hi Aeris,

      If you’re talking about Halloween Horror Nights 3 at Universal Studios Singapore:
      Due to the intensely frightening atmosphere in the park and its attractions, the park recommends that children under 13 should not attend. However, they do not restrict young guests from attending. Adult supervision is strongly advised.

  7. Anton September 11, 2013 at 6:16 am #

    Hi Dejiki!

    Do you think tickets will be sold out for the nights of November 1st or 2nd. I want to buy in the park the stay and scream extension because its cheaper but at the same time I am afraid that if I wait until them, the event may be fully booked.

    • Anton September 24, 2013 at 9:22 pm #

      Any advice on this please?

      • Dejiki September 24, 2013 at 9:28 pm #

        Hi Anton,

        Unfortunately there is no way to predict if a particular night would be sold out. To be safe, I’d advise that you buy Event Night tickets separately so that admission to HHN3 will be guaranteed.

  8. Samantha September 13, 2013 at 7:13 pm #

    Let me know if there are children’s Halloween parties available in 2013

    • Dejiki September 16, 2013 at 8:17 pm #

      Hi Samantha,

      You can take a look at the “less intense events” section towards the lower half of the events listing. The two events at Downtown East and Asian Civilizations Museum (ACM) cater to teenagers and children (but may still be scary for young children). I would suggest checking the one at ACM out.

  9. Nicholas Yong September 16, 2013 at 8:21 pm #

    Thanks for the shout out on the Singapore Zombie Walk! We’ll be releasing more details on the event in the coming weeks, especially about our giveaways and the festival that will be held at The Cathay in conjunction with the walk. =)

  10. Smurftie September 18, 2013 at 12:27 pm #

    hi dejiki

    when u b gg for the HHN3 tis yr? hoping to hear from yr review so i can plan my route.. hve booked ticket on 19 oct. but worried of the crowd. thank you.

    • Dejiki September 19, 2013 at 9:50 am #

      Hi Smurftie,

      My review and guide posts will be up sometime after the first weekend (11 and 12 October).

      • Shireen September 20, 2013 at 6:47 pm #

        Hey Dejiki,

        I’ll be going on the 19th too so will eagerly wait for your reviews 🙂

  11. smurftie September 19, 2013 at 10:37 am #

    hi dejiki

    Great. Shall keep a look out for it. Thank you. 🙂

  12. unknown September 21, 2013 at 7:50 pm #

    how old must you be to go?

    • Dejiki September 22, 2013 at 10:40 am #

      Which event are you referring to?

  13. Junnie September 22, 2013 at 10:32 pm #

    Hi Dejiki,

    Thanks for the effort to put all the information together! It’s really useful!

    Just one question on the Spooktacular:

    There is one category of ticket under ” 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).”

    What does this means? We have chance to get a even cheaper ticket that covers all 5 locations from 1-15 oct?

    Appreciate your clarification!

    • Dejiki September 22, 2013 at 10:38 pm #

      Hi Junnie,

      My Apologies, but that promotion was from 2012 and was accidentally included in this post. Right now the early bird promotion price is $56.60 (Promotion valid till 15 October).

  14. Joe September 23, 2013 at 6:57 pm #

    Hi Dejiki,

    Thanks for all the information!

    Just one query. I previously joined as a RWS member and they gave me 2 passes. I used one and am currently holding on to the other normal one day pass. The pass only expires JAN next year. Can i upgrade this normal day pass to a Halloween Horror Night 3 pass? Or must I buy another separate pass to go for the event?

    • Dejiki September 23, 2013 at 7:02 pm #

      Hi Joe,

      Unless the rules have changed, that pass cannot be directly upgraded into a Halloween Horror Nights 3 event ticket. If you use it to visit the park during the day (when HHN3 is held later that night), I believe you can then top-up for the Stay-and-Scream option. It’ll be best to contact RWS Invites directly as sometimes they might bend the rules. 🙂

  15. Ellis September 26, 2013 at 1:50 am #

    Hi, i’m new to this event therefor not quite sure what i’m expecting from this event. but it sure sound interesting so I bought the ticket with my student id anyway. Questions are: should i bring along my student id when entering the HHN3. Or is it already a different ticket with the regular one..? And do we just wandering in the park by walking even inside the haunted house? And also we can ride some of the ride from uss? Many Thx for replying me.

    • Dejiki September 26, 2013 at 11:16 am #

      Hi Ellis,

      The HHN3 tickets you bought can only be used to enter the park during HHN3 event nights. Student ID will not be checked at the park entrance.

      Halloween Horror Nights is a special night-time event that takes place in the park. There are few things to take note of:
      – Three areas of the park are converted into scare zones, where you can experience themed open areas. You can freely walk around these areas.
      – Three haunted houses are available at the park – these are enclosed “houses” with a specific route to walk around. You will need to wait in line for your turn to enter these houses.
      – Certain rides and shows (that are available in the day) will also be open throughout the night.

      • Ellis September 26, 2013 at 12:27 pm #

        Hi, thanks for replying.
        What is the different between scare zones and haunted house? And will the souvenir shops also open during HHN3? Will they sell the halloween souvenir as well?. Planning to get both halloween souvenir and uss souvenir too. Thx

        • Dejiki September 26, 2013 at 4:35 pm #

          Hi Ellis,

          Scare zones are open spaces that you can walk around freely – they are basically built around the outdoor streets and spaces of the park. Haunted Houses are enclosed attractions where only a limited number of people may enter at a time (hence you will need to queue). It is an intense walkthrough attraction that takes place in very dark and cramped spaces. You will only be able to walk in one direction through a Haunted House (start to end).

          Yes, HHN items will be sold around the park, along with USS merchandise.

  16. Bat October 2, 2013 at 9:37 pm #


    If I want to go to USS in the morning and HHH3 at night, I have to buy separate tickets, is it?

    • Dejiki October 3, 2013 at 9:58 pm #

      Yes, although you can purchase a day ticket first, then buy the “Stay and Scream” add-on when you are at the park for $50. It is cheaper than buying separately.

  17. Vincci October 4, 2013 at 3:06 pm #

    Hi, thanks for your website, it clarifies all the ticket pricing for USS halloween event. I gotta check with you though, how do you get to know the USS annual passholder ticket pricing? Because I searched on their website and I don’t see such promotion going on

    • Dejiki October 4, 2013 at 3:11 pm #

      Hi Vincci,

      If you go to the HHN3 Ticketing Page (, you will see the USS Annual Passholder prices in the second category “Cardholder Specials”. USS Annual Passes are now consolidated under the RWS Attractions Annual / Season Pass programme.

      • Vincci October 4, 2013 at 5:25 pm #

        I see, i’ve been searching at the rws website all this time! no wonder I couldn’t find it hahah. Thanks a lot! Btw just for your info, I received an email from rws yesterday, the student season passholders can get the student price at $50 on off-peak nights 😀

        • Vincci October 6, 2013 at 2:51 pm #

          Hi Dejiki, bad news for student season passholders 🙁 they are considered as students and thus can’t purchase another 6 more tickets at membership price. Guess my friend will have to buy it at general public price $68 =\

          • Dejiki October 6, 2013 at 7:26 pm #

            Have you checked out the roadshow at Cineleisure? They are selling Student tickets for $50 each (open-dated for any off-peak nights), but I’m not sure about purchase limits.

            • Vincci October 6, 2013 at 9:21 pm #

              Yes, I am aware of the roadshow at cineleisure. Unfortunately I can only buy it for myself. What I wanted was to get 2 tickets @$50 but they only allowed me to get one (my friend isn’t a student anymore)

  18. Ellis October 7, 2013 at 12:12 pm #

    Hi (again) dejiki,
    Do you know how many minutes will it be inside each haunted house? And i assume that we will enter in group ,right? how many people in a group, will it be just our group(of 5-6 people) or will we be group with others to reach maximum number?

    • Dejiki October 7, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

      Hi Ellis,

      The park crew will try to regulate the flow of guests into Haunted Houses in the most optimal way possible. It is flexible and dynamic, sometimes they divide and release guests in small groups of 2~6 people, and sometimes they may also form a larger group of 10+ people. The average duration of each Haunted House experience is about 3 to 7 minutes – it is entirely dependent on your own walking speed and the other guests inside the haunted house.

  19. Kityee October 12, 2013 at 10:36 am #

    May I know if shops will be open during the Halloween night at USS?

    • Dejiki October 12, 2013 at 10:41 am #

      Hi Kityee,

      Yes, some shops are open in the park during HHN3. Every zone, EXCEPT The Lost World / Jurassic Park, has a shop open throughout the night.

      • Kityee October 12, 2013 at 9:37 pm #

        Do you know whether the Celebrity Cafe and Bakery will be open?

  20. Antho October 14, 2013 at 10:50 am #

    Hi Dejiki,

    I’m not Singapore residence and would like to go to HHN3 in USS.
    What I wanna ask is, how about the public transport from Sentosa to Singapore downtown after 1am?


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