Kid-friendly Halloween events in Singapore 2017

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By Felicia Wong   — October 11, 2017

  • 1 / 11 eXplorerkid – Spooktakular Party

    Your kids will love the Spooktakular Party.

    Enter the Dark Room Maze for a “pumpkin” good time.

    There will also be a Best-Dressed Competition, Trick or Treat Parade, and other frightfully fun Halloween-themed carnival games.

    When: Oct 21 and Oct 29, 2017, 2pm – 5pm
    Where: eXplorerkid @ Downtown East / AMK Hub
    Price: $35 (NTUC and eXplorerkid members), $45 (Public)
    Website: www.explorerkid.com

    Related: Kid-friendly things to in Singapore: October 2017

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  • 2 / 11 Quayside Isle – Scares and Thrills

    It’s the time of the year to dust off those scary costumes and get into character.

    Quayside Isle will be transformed into a spooky locale for some light-hearted family fun. Come roam the night with Dracula or visit the Sabio Haunted House.

    Don’t miss the Halloween activities, like pumpkin decorating and face painting. The face painting station is open to all, but the pumpkin decorating activity is valid for the first 15 participants each day.

    When: Oct 28 & 29, 2017, 7pm – 8pm
    Where: Sentosa Cove, Level 1, next to the lift lobby
    Price: Admission is free, limited slots available (first-come first-served basis)
    Website: www.quaysideisle.com

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  • 3 / 11 Singapore Halloween Festival 2017 – Panic in the Park

    Panic in the Park is Singapore’s first run at a water park – it starts at Pasir Ris Park and ends in a music party in Wild Wild Wet.

    The Family Run is a 1.5km route with one scare zone, which is more manageable for your little ones. You’ll end the run with a splash, wading to safety in Wild Wild Wet’s lazy river.

    When: Nov 4, 2017, 4pm – 7pm
    Where: Downtown East
    Price: $45 (NTUC Plus! and nEbO members), $55 (Public), $75 (Family, 1 Adult and 1 Child)
    Website: www.downtowneast.com.sg

    Related: Halloween costumes for kids in Singapore

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  • 4 / 11 VivoCity Kids Club – Halloween Party

    VivoCity is holding its first ever Halloween party, exclusively for VivoCity Kids Club members.

    You can sign your child up as a VivoCity’s Kids Club member at www.vivocity.com.sg/kidsclubregister.

    Stand a chance to win Mapletree vouchers and prizes worth over $800 at the “Pretty Scary” Halloween Costume Contest for kids aged 3 to 6. The contest is open to the first 200 VivoCity Kids Club members.

    30 finalists will be selected to showcase their creative costumes on stage. The judging panel will choose the winners with the best Halloween costumes.

    Members can register online or at the customer service counters on Level 1 and Basement 2. Pre-registration starts Sept 29 and ends Oct 26 or when all 200 vacancies are filled.

    In addition to the contest, members can also look forward to non-stop entertainment and special appearances by costume talents.

    Your kids will love the free popcorn and candy floss, as well as bubble performances, balloon sculpting and interesting photo ops.

    When: Oct 28, 2017, 1pm – 7pm (the Halloween Costume Contest will end at 6.30pm)
    Where: VivoCity’s Play Court, Level 2
    Price: Registration is free
    Website: www.vivocity.com.sg/

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  • 5 / 11 Seletar Mall – Painting pumpkins

    The Seletar Mall is organising a record breaking event and shoppers will have the opportunity to be a part of it.

    Attempt to set a new record in the Singapore Book of Records for the largest number of painted pumpkins with your little ones.

    To be part of the event, approach the registration counter at the Atrium on Level 1.

    You are also encouraged to donate $1 to the Cat Welfare Society when you collect your pumpkins.

    When: Oct 29, 2017, 1.30pm
    Where: Seletar Mall
    Price: Registration is free
    Website: www.theseletarmall.com

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  • 6 / 11 Hello Kitty Café – Halloween menu

    Hello Kitty Orchid Garden introduces seven new limited-edition dishes and beverages each month – and this month’s is Halloween-themed!

    You must try these deathly cute dishes, such as Don’t Chicken Out ($17.90), a chicken salad with sesame ginger soy sauce, and Spooky Stew ($21.50), a creamy chicken and roasted vegetable stew capped with flaky puff pastry.

    Their drinks and desserts are to-die for. Try Conquer the Scary Berry ($17.50), a cheesecake with vanilla gelato and raspberry, or Witch’s Potion ($8.50), a blend of orange juice and rose-infused soda.

    When: Oct 1 – 31, 2017, 24 hours daily
    Where: Hello Kitty Orchid Garden, Arrival Hall Central #01-22, Terminal 3, Singapore Changi Airport
    Price: Main Courses ($17.90 – $24.50), Desserts and drinks ($8.50 – $17.50)
    Website: www.HelloKittyOrchidGarden.com

    Related: What to do when your child is afraid of Halloween

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  • 7 / 11 Jamie’s Italian – Halloween Specials

    Jamie’s Italian will be spooking guests with its delicious limited-time only Halloween Specials.

    Try the Pumpkin Arancini ($15.95++) – you’ll love the fried balls of pumpkin risotto with cheese fondue and parmesan.

    For the fearless, an eerie “blood splatter” Beetroot Risotto ($25.95++) (pictured) awaits! It’s made with creamy Carnaroli rice, beetroot, rocket and feta.

    Lastly, not for the faint-hearted, the homemade Giant Meatball served with braised kale and white beans ($28.95++) will raise some hairs.

    These creatively spooky dishes will be available all day.

    When: Oct 27 – 31, 2017
    Where: Vivocity / Forum Shopping Mall
    Price: $15.95++ – $28.95++
    Website: www.jamieoliver.com/italian/singapore/

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  • 8 / 11 Conrad Centennial Singapore – Halloween Sunday Brunch

    Spook yourself out at Oscar’s Halloween Sunday Brunch. Highlights include the Frightful BBQ station with Bloody Steaks and Creepy Lobsters.

    There’s also a Kids Corner with movie screenings and pumpkin painting. Your little ones will love the Trick or Treat candies.

    When: Oct 29, 2017, 12.30pm – 3.30pm
    Where: Oscar’s
    Price for Adult: $108++ / S$138++ with free flow of Sparkling Wine, House Wines, Halloween G&T Bar, Draft Beers / $178++ with free flow of Champagne, Premium wine pairing, Halloween G&T Bar, Craft Beers
    Price for Child: $54++ (6-12 years old) / $27++ (3-5 years old)
    Website: www.connoisseur.sg/halloween-sunday-brunch

    Related: Child-friendly Halloween events in Singapore

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  • 9 / 11 Changi City Point – Kidzania

    If your kids love role-playing at the indoor kid-sized city at Sentosa, they’ll be thrilled to hear that a Halloween-themed Kidzania will be making its way to Changi City Point this October.

    In addition to trying out the various professions such as a dentist and firefighter, children will also get to prepare spookalicious meals when they take on the Chef jacket.

    Or, if junior prefers a more challenging Halloween celebration, let him participate in the Amazing race challenge.

    He will complete tasks such as dressing up as a mummy and spot the ghost, and stand to win attractive prizes.

    When: Oct 16 – 22, 2017, 12pm – 9pm. Halloween Amazing Race challenge; Oct 28 – 29, 2017, 12pm
    Where: Kidzania, Changi City Point
    Website: changicitypoint.fraserscentrepointmalls.com/

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  • 10 / 11 SEA Aquarium

    Gear the kids up for some spooky fun at the SEA Aquarium this Halloween season.

    With three interactive activities span across the aquarium, the little ones will have lots of fun exploring and learning about sharks, corals and more.

    Participate in all three of the Ocean Protectors Stations, and he will walk away with an exclusive SEA Aquarium badge.

    There will also be a story telling session on sea creatures by the Sea Witch, and an interactive dive presentation by the Underwater Protectors – who will be clad in Halloween costumes as they reveal disturbing facts on ocean plastic pollution.

    While you’re there, don’t forget to snap a shot with Mai the Mantra Ray and the SEA Aquarium’s latest Hammerhead Shark mascot, as well.

    When: Sept 29 – Oct 29, 2017
    Where: SEA Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa
    Price: Regular admission charges apply. Ticket costs $24 per child (aged four to 12 years old) and $34 per adult. Kids enjoy 50 per cent off admission for the entire month of Oct; only for Singapore residents aged 12 and below.
    Website: www.rwsentosa.com/SEAAquarium

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  • 11 / 11 Universal Studios Singapore

    Who says Halloween is too scary for the little ones?

    Make this season fun for them by heading down to the Universal Studios Singapore from now till Nov 4.

    Besides its usual range of activities and award-winning attractions, kids can look forward to its new Halloween show – Trick or Treat with Sesame Street.

    Sing and dance along with the Sesame Street friends Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Count von Count and more as they go trick and treating in this musical extravaganza. Children will learn about friendship and kindness in the process.

    When: Now till Nov 4, 2017
    Where: Universal Studios Singapore, Pantages Hollywood Theatre
    Price: Regular admission charges apply. Ticket costs $56 per child (aged four to 12 years old) and $76 per adult.
    Website: www.rwsentosa.com/UniversalStudiosSingapore

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eXplorerkid – Spooktakular Party Your kids will love the Spooktakular Party. Enter the Dark Room Maze for a “pumpkin” good time. There will also be a Best-Dressed Competition, Trick or Treat Parade, and other frightfully fun Halloween-themed carnival games. When: Oct 21 and Oct 29, 2017, 2pm – 5pm Where: eXplorerkid @ Downtown East / AMK Hub Price: $35 (NTUC and eXplorerkid members), $45 (Public) Website: www.explorerkid.com Related: Kid-friendly things to in Singapore: October 2017 Quayside Isle – Scares and Thrills It’s the time of the year to dust off those scary costumes and get into character. Quayside Isle will be transformed into a spooky locale for some light-hearted family fun. Come roam the night with Dracula or visit the Sabio Haunted House. Don’t miss the Halloween activities, like pumpkin decorating and face painting. The face painting station is open to all, but the pumpkin decorating activity is valid for the first 15 participants each day. When: Oct 28 & 29, 2017, 7pm – 8pm Where: Sentosa Cove, Level 1, next to the lift lobby Price: Admission is free, limited slots available (first-come first-served basis) Website: www.quaysideisle.com Singapore Halloween Festival 2017 – Panic in the Park Panic in the Park is Singapore’s first run at a water park – it starts at Pasir Ris Park and ends in a music party in Wild Wild Wet. The Family Run is a 1.5km route with one scare zone, which is more manageable for your little ones. You’ll end the run with a splash, wading to safety in Wild Wild Wet’s lazy river. When: Nov 4, 2017, 4pm – 7pm Where: Downtown East Price: $45 (NTUC Plus! and nEbO members), $55 (Public), $75 (Family, 1 Adult and 1 Child) Website: www.downtowneast.com.sg Related: Halloween costumes for kids in Singapore VivoCity Kids Club – Halloween Party VivoCity is holding its first ever Halloween party, exclusively for VivoCity Kids Club members. You can sign your child up as a VivoCity’s Kids Club member at www.vivocity.com.sg/kidsclubregister. Stand a chance to win Mapletree vouchers and prizes worth over $800 at the “Pretty Scary” Halloween Costume Contest for kids aged 3 to 6. The contest is open to the first 200 VivoCity Kids Club members. 30 finalists will be selected to showcase their creative costumes on stage. The judging panel will choose the winners with the best Halloween costumes. Members can register online or at the customer service counters on Level 1 and Basement 2. Pre-registration starts Sept 29 and ends Oct 26 or when all 200 vacancies are filled. In addition to the contest, members can also look forward to non-stop entertainment and special appearances by costume talents. Your kids will love the free popcorn and candy floss, as well as bubble performances, balloon sculpting and interesting photo ops. When: Oct 28, 2017, 1pm – 7pm (the Halloween Costume Contest will end at 6.30pm) Where: VivoCity’s Play Court, Level 2 Price: Registration is free Website: www.vivocity.com.sg/ Seletar Mall – Painting pumpkins The Seletar Mall is organising a record breaking event and shoppers will have the opportunity to be a part of it. Attempt to set a new record in the Singapore Book of Records for the largest number of painted pumpkins with your little ones. To be part of the event, approach the registration counter at the Atrium on Level 1. You are also encouraged to donate $1 to the Cat Welfare Society when you collect your pumpkins. When: Oct 29, 2017, 1.30pm Where: Seletar Mall Price: Registration is free Website: www.theseletarmall.com Hello Kitty Café – Halloween menu Hello Kitty Orchid Garden introduces seven new limited-edition dishes and beverages each month – and this month’s is Halloween-themed! You must try these deathly cute dishes, such as Don’t Chicken Out ($17.90), a chicken salad with sesame ginger soy sauce, and Spooky Stew ($21.50), a creamy chicken and roasted vegetable stew capped with flaky puff pastry. Their drinks and desserts are to-die for. Try Conquer the Scary Berry ($17.50), a cheesecake with vanilla gelato and raspberry, or Witch’s Potion ($8.50), a blend of orange juice and rose-infused soda. When: Oct 1 – 31, 2017, 24 hours daily Where: Hello Kitty Orchid Garden, Arrival Hall Central #01-22, Terminal 3, Singapore Changi Airport Price: Main Courses ($17.90 – $24.50), Desserts and drinks ($8.50 – $17.50) Website: www.HelloKittyOrchidGarden.com Related: What to do when your child is afraid of Halloween Jamie’s Italian – Halloween Specials Jamie’s Italian will be spooking guests with its delicious limited-time only Halloween Specials. Try the Pumpkin Arancini ($15.95++) – you’ll love the fried balls of pumpkin risotto with cheese fondue and parmesan. For the fearless, an eerie “blood splatter” Beetroot Risotto ($25.95++) (pictured) awaits! It’s made with creamy Carnaroli rice, beetroot, rocket and feta. Lastly, not for the faint-hearted, the homemade Giant Meatball served with braised kale and white beans ($28.95++) will raise some hairs. These creatively spooky dishes will be available all day. When: Oct 27 – 31, 2017 Where: Vivocity / Forum Shopping Mall Price: $15.95++ – $28.95++ Website: www.jamieoliver.com/italian/singapore/ Conrad Centennial Singapore – Halloween Sunday Brunch Spook yourself out at Oscar’s Halloween Sunday Brunch. Highlights include the Frightful BBQ station with Bloody Steaks and Creepy Lobsters. There’s also a Kids Corner with movie screenings and pumpkin painting. Your little ones will love the Trick or Treat candies. When: Oct 29, 2017, 12.30pm – 3.30pm Where: Oscar’s Price for Adult: $108++ / S$138++ with free flow of Sparkling Wine, House Wines, Halloween G&T Bar, Draft Beers / $178++ with free flow of Champagne, Premium wine pairing, Halloween G&T Bar, Craft Beers Price for Child: $54++ (6-12 years old) / $27++ (3-5 years old) Website: www.connoisseur.sg/halloween-sunday-brunch Related: Child-friendly Halloween events in Singapore Changi City Point – Kidzania If your kids love role-playing at the indoor kid-sized city at Sentosa, they’ll be thrilled to hear that a Halloween-themed Kidzania will be making its way to Changi City Point this October. In addition to trying out the various professions such as a dentist and firefighter, children will also get to prepare spookalicious meals when they take on the Chef jacket. Or, if junior prefers a more challenging Halloween celebration, let him participate in the Amazing race challenge. He will complete tasks such as dressing up as a mummy and spot the ghost, and stand to win attractive prizes. When: Oct 16 – 22, 2017, 12pm – 9pm. Halloween Amazing Race challenge; Oct 28 – 29, 2017, 12pm Where: Kidzania, Changi City Point Website: changicitypoint.fraserscentrepointmalls.com/ SEA Aquarium Gear the kids up for some spooky fun at the SEA Aquarium this Halloween season. With three interactive activities span across the aquarium, the little ones will have lots of fun exploring and learning about sharks, corals and more. Participate in all three of the Ocean Protectors Stations, and he will walk away with an exclusive SEA Aquarium badge. There will also be a story telling session on sea creatures by the Sea Witch, and an interactive dive presentation by the Underwater Protectors – who will be clad in Halloween costumes as they reveal disturbing facts on ocean plastic pollution. While you’re there, don’t forget to snap a shot with Mai the Mantra Ray and the SEA Aquarium’s latest Hammerhead Shark mascot, as well. When: Sept 29 – Oct 29, 2017 Where: SEA Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa Price: Regular admission charges apply. Ticket costs $24 per child (aged four to 12 years old) and $34 per adult. Kids enjoy 50 per cent off admission for the entire month of Oct; only for Singapore residents aged 12 and below. Website: www.rwsentosa.com/SEAAquarium Universal Studios Singapore Who says Halloween is too scary for the little ones? Make this season fun for them by heading down to the Universal Studios Singapore from now till Nov 4. Besides its usual range of activities and award-winning attractions, kids can look forward to its new Halloween show – Trick or Treat with Sesame Street. Sing and dance along with the Sesame Street friends Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Count von Count and more as they go trick and treating in this musical extravaganza. Children will learn about friendship and kindness in the process. When: Now till Nov 4, 2017 Where: Universal Studios Singapore, Pantages Hollywood Theatre Price: Regular admission charges apply. Ticket costs $56 per child (aged four to 12 years old) and $76 per adult. Website: www.rwsentosa.com/UniversalStudiosSingapore

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