September 29, 2016

Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights


Calling all thrill seekers out there. This is one you wouldn’t want to miss. USS has without fail, outdone itself every single year and this year is no exception. Exploring our innermost sensitive fears and trauma, Halloween Horror Nights touches on terror with a personal touch; bringing to life our local childhood nightmares. We were spooked beyond our wits from the Old Changi Hospital house and the Suicide Forest scare zone (there were dummies and dolls hanging by their necks off trees, how scary!). Not to mention, there’s 5 houses this year instead of the usual 4, so you’ll be glad to note that the queues ought to be considerably shorter this year.
Date: 30 September – 31st October 2016 (selected nights only)

Time: 7.30pm – 12.30am/1.30am

Admission: $65 – $69

Venue: Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa

Tickets available here.


Spooky Seas


This Halloween, we’d like to turn our attention to S.E.A Aquarium’s special spooky take on underwater terrors. Completely suitable for you and your little ones, this might be the perfect alternative to HHN if the younger ones are easily spooked. There’ll be tons of performances, activities, and treasure hunts to keep the whole family entertained.

Date: 1 October – 15 November 2016 (selected nights only)

Time: 10am – 7pm

Admission: $15 – $32

Venue: S.E.A Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa

Tickets available here.

Wicked The Musical


There’s something undeniably charming about the award-winning Broadway and West End musical Wicked which is cause for our endless obsession with it. Discover the retold tale telling of the colourful fantasy world of wizards, witches, sorcery and magic and experience an enchanting story of two unlikely friends – the blonde and popular Glinda and the green-skinned outcast, Elphaba.

Date: 29 September – 20 November 2016 (selected nights only)

Time: 8pm – late

Admission: $55- $230

Venue: Marina Bay Sands

Tickets available here.

Soulscape Festival


With a medley of zen-inducing activities such as yoga, music and dance, you’re up for a good time. The Soulscape Festival celebrates health with a lineup of group practice sessions held and led by professional instructors. What’s more, the festival is held by the calming seas of Sentosa island itself! What can be a better way to unwind after a trying week at work?

Date: 1 October 2016 (selected nights only)

Time: 8pm – late

Admission: $25- $199

Venue: Tanjong Beach, Sentosa

Tickets available here.