Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights, Singapore’s largest and most iconic Halloween event, returns for its ninth edition with first-ever haunted house conceptualised by the directors of blockbuster Thai horror films Shutter and 4bia. Featuring all-new frights across 16 event nights, fans can experience five haunted houses, two scare zones and two live killer shows. It’s time to put your guts to the test as you prepare for an even more immersive scare experience like no other.
Event highlights include:
– The highly-anticipated Curse of the Naga haunted house – an original haunted house, conceptualised by the directors of blockbuster Thai horror films Shutter and 4bia. Fans of Asian horror can investigate the mysterious disappearances of teenagers and expect spine-chilling encounters with their darkest fears.
– We’re also bringing you close-to-heart Asian horror with The Chalet Hauntings where Singaporeans can relive one of the most commonly shared experiences of paranormal sightings in their teenage years. This house will feature the event’s most extensive collection of Southeast Asian ghosts – from the mischievous Toyol to the bloodthirsty Langsuir – in a single house. Not for the faint-hearted, The Chalet Hauntings plays off one’s darkest fears with illusions that will trick the eyes and minds, raising fears and anxieties as guests unravel the mystery behind the disappearance of five teenagers.
– Be prepared to join in a head banging frenzy with Death Fest Live, and rock out to the savage sounds of the Death Trap band. On peak nights, Death Trap will lead a morbid metal procession around the park with specially designed floats, electrifying acts, and culminating in a hardcore music festival bursting with some of the most visually stunning pyrotechnics.
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore
Tickets: Early bird ticket sales will run from now till 1 September at S$65 (peak nights) and S$55 (non-peak nights). Regular tickets are available at S$70 for peak nights and S$60 for non-peak nights.
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When: 27 Sep - 31 Oct 2019,