What’s The Scene This Halloween?

So many spooky events and so little time. Grab your little monsters, superheroes, fairies and witches and make your way to one of these thrilling kids Halloween events around town. Whether you want to add in a little learning along the way, put a healthy twist in the mix or just enjoy some all out scary fun, there’s something on the table for everyone!



If you’re in the mood to have a THRILLER moment come Halloween, Luminous Dance Academy has something up your alley. Head over to K & J Butchery on Tanglin Road dressed in your Halloween best and get ready for an evening filled with spooky dance performances, endless trick or treating and plenty of food and drinks. Look out for prize giveaways in the raffle and costume competition. Be prepared to have a SPOOKtacular time!

When: 20 October, 7pm

Where: K&J Butchery and Bistro, 1 St.Martins Drive, Singapore 257988 (Entrance along Tanglin road)

Cost: $30/pax



Boogie with the kids at the Halloween Celebration Dance party inclusive of crafts, games and more for the whole family. The day will consist of an array of activities including, Apple Bobbing, Mask Making, Candy Bag Design, Face Painting, Scary Piñata, Electronic Games, Hair Braiding, Tattoo Stations, Balloon Twisting, Candy Stations, DJ Dance Party and much much more! Put on your finest costume, your boogie shoes and the biggest smiles you got, to enjoy a fun dance floor and make new friends. A Special Children’s Food menu and Drinks will be available for purchase throughout the event, Come Hungry! All activities and games are free of charge.

When: 27 October, 12-5pm

Where: PONG SINGAPORE, Clark Quay, 3B River Valley Road #01-17, The Foundry

Cost: $30/Child (incl. of popcorn), $40/adult (incl. of drink)

Family packages: Family of 4 ($125), Family of 5 ($135), Family of 6 ($150)



Face your fears on all levels and go all the way. Have the fright of your life with your friends and family this halloween at AIRZONE. The world’s first indoor suspended net playground! Creepy crawlies have taken up residency at AIRZONE, how many can you see and will you survive this Halloween?

Where: Airzone, City Square

Cost: $20/person



Traditionally Halloween is about wearing your desired costume and heading out for some candy collection. But who’s to say you can’t add in a bit more fun or a lot more for that matter? HomeTeamNS promises a night of fun-filled Halloween-themed activities for the entire family. There will be mask painting, Casper-themed treasure hunts, tarot-card reading sessions and even a horror movie screening. So get ready to scream and shout and let it ALL out!

When: 20 October, 7-10pm

Where: Swimming Pool, HomeTeamNS

Cost: $10/Adult, $5/Child



Celebrate this Halloween at Downtown East with supernatural beings known as the Yokai. Watch out for exciting performances and activities by Japanese anime characters including the Onmyojis. Show off your costume at the Best Dressed booth to collect instant prizes. Gather your friends and battle it out in an action-packed thrilling and fun game of Yokai vs. Humans. Test yourself against the clock as you explore the Jewel of Halloween Town aiming to complete the required missions. Take a stroll in the Underworld Market and pick up a souvenir. Finally, take a breather to watch an outdoor movie screening.

When: 27-28 October, 2-8pm

Where: Downtown East



Join Dandelion Book’s Halloween-themed interactive storytelling & craft session this October! We will read 《小不点和三个丑八怪》together, an entertaining read with loads of adventure and thrill! Then, let your little ones get creative by designing their very own Halloween capes and bags, before embarking on an exciting Trick or Treat walking trail exploring Bras Basah Complex! Every participant will receive a Dandelion story pack.

When: 27 October 2018, 1.30 – 3.00pm

Where: Maha Yu Yi Book Store @ Bras Basah Complex Level 3

Cost: $30/parent-child pair



Get your little ghosts, goblins and witches together for a fun time in the kitchen. Kids will get to hone their creative skills by mixing and measuring, stirring and decorating. After the 1.5 hour baking session, the little participants will get to enjoy devouring their hard work as they feast on spooky treats with names like Severed Finger Cookies, Oozing Brain Cupcakes, Mummified Sausages and Jack ‘O’ Lantern Crunch Balls.  There will even be a little craft corner for when the kids have some free time. Be sure to dress up to really get yourself into the Halloween spirit!

When: 27 October

Where: Expat Kitchen

Cost: $55



OctoBOO is a 2-day event on 20-21 October, where kids (3-10 years old) will be encouraged to let out their inner monsters and rage through all the fun and exciting Halloween-themed activities. Kids will collect candy each time they visit an activity booth and at the end they may win rewards for a BIG treat! Top 3 best dressed will get to walk away with incredible prizes. There will be complimentary popcorn and bouncy castles too! Be sure to register soon because there are limited slots available!

When: 20-21 October

Where: City of Tomorrow

Cost: FREE



Sentosa Cove is usually a picture perfect scene of beautiful yachts and scenic beauty but get ready for mayhem this Halloween! Watch out who you greet, for Frankenstein and Count Dracula will be luring around amongst you. Dress yourself with care, for the winner of the Best Dressed costume competition gets to walk away with a prize. Head over to the spooky photo booth so you can have a memento for later.

When: 27 October, 7-11pm

Where: Sentosa Cove

Cost: FREE



Whoever thinks one can’t have an exciting time at museums has clearly not been to Asian Civilisations Museum After Dark. Be prepared for an eventful night complete with thrilling performances, scary story sessions, and paranormal movie time for starters. Take care putting together your scary costume for the top 3 best dressed get to claim a mystery prize. Parents don’t worry, throughout all this fun, kids will be learning about natural elements and their special link to supernatural beliefs and ancient traditions.

When: 27 October, 7-11pm

Where: Asian Civilisations Museum

Cost: FREE