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Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore

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Have you ever heard about the Japanese ghost story “Yotsuya Kaidan” or of “Lady Oiwa”?

If yes, then imagine this: you’re stepping back in time to Japan’s Edo period, inside an abandoned house you see a lady with her disfigured-pale-scary-ghostly face, who returns from the dead to seek revenge after being poisoned by her unfaithful husband and… okay, let’s stop right here. No spoilers!

If the story above has awakened the thrill-seeker or the curious cat in you, then Southeast Asia’s largest and most intense Halloween event at Universal Studios Singapore™ is the best place to get repeated adrenaline rushes!

Every year from September to October, guests from around the world visit Universal Studios Singapore™ in search of a good scare. And the scares you get will certainly not be half-baked, be prepared for a really good shock, meant only for the bravest of souls.

On its 8th year, the event will bring back the Zombie Laser Tag experience that proved to be a hit when it debuted in 2017. Along with a plethora of original content from Asian-themed horrors to Western scare acts, the event aims to raise the bar in creating a truly immersive, one-of-a-kind horror experience for you.

This year, the event runs for 18 select nights from 27 September to 31 October.  There are several haunted attractions – 5 haunted houses, 3 killer shows, and 2 scare zones; which will provide many photo opportunities with scare-actors – that you can participate in together with your family and friends.

You can also enjoy the theme park’s top rides at night, such as TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Revenge Of The Mummy®, Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs CYLON™ and many more!

It is definitely an event you don’t want to miss, especially for the horror film buffs, thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies! Book your tickets now at!

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