July 27, 2016
The highly-anticipated Halloween Horror Nights by Universal Studios Singapore is back yet again for it’s sixth round, and this time with all-new hellish scare acts that has both local and Western influences. From realistic haunted houses and scare zones to a live-procession of the deceased and thrilling rides, you’ll definitely have one hell of a time there.
The award-winning Halloween event held at Resorts World Sentosa will unleash the nightmarish supernatural creatures and the theme park will be turned into a terrifying land where mayhem breaks loose. When darkness comes, Lady Death will rule the night and awaken the dead – unleashing horrifying spirits and the denizens of the dark.
Watch as your greatest nightmares come alive with five haunted houses, two scare zones and two spectacular live shows – each featuring different supernatural elements and creatures. Get ready for local influences with distinctive places such as the well-known Old Changi Hospital and a bloody massacre at an everyday hawker centre. Other key places include a Salem Witch House, Suicide Forest and an eerie inn set in colourful old Shanghai. Frequent Halloween Nights goers, you’ll definitely be glad to know that Jack’s Recurring Nightmare Circus is back again to put up a spectacular live show that features freaky creatures, world-class aerialists, acrobats and contortionists, bound to stun and scare you at the same time.
As if the thrilling shows and houses aren’t enough, the park’s exciting rides and attractions will still be running. So you’ll still be able to enjoy attractions such as the famous Battlestar Galactica, TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle and Revenge of the Mummy. We’re pretty sure that these rides will be a good break between the scare acts, and plus, it’d definitely be an exciting experience riding the Battlestar Galactic at night, for a change.
Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights, from 30 September, early bird tickets $51 and $56, available now till 28 Aug, purchase at Universal Studios Singapore ticket booths and at halloweenhorrornights.com.
Images courtesy of Universal Studios Singapore.