Asia’s Most Hauntingly Spectacular Halloween Bashes

While Halloween isn’t traditionally part of Chinese culture, on October 31, you can expect some of the most extravagant and wild costume parties across Asia. Join the ghoulish festivities, explore haunted houses and savour deliciously eerie treats.

Universal Studios Singapore

For the first-time ever, The Weeknd, globally acclaimed artist known for his groundbreaking music, has collaborated with Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights for a haunted house experience inspired by his albums ‘After Hours’ and ‘Dawn FM.’

The enhanced haunted house, titled “The Weeknd: After Hours Til Dawn Nightmare,” will feature five brand-new rooms inspired by The Weeknd’s fifth studio album, ‘Dawn FM.’ The artist is celebrated for his provocative lyrics, innovative sounds, and ominous undertones in his music. He recently achieved recognition from Guinness World Records as the most popular artist globally, with the most monthly listeners on Spotify, and was the first artist to reach 100 million monthly listeners on the platform.

Shanghai Disney Resort Halloween

Disney parks around the world celebrate Halloween, and Shanghai Disney Resort is no exception. You can expect special decorations, character meet-and-greets in Halloween costumes and themed shows. Fun for everyone.

Hong Kong Halloween Street Party

Lan Kwai Fong, famous for its eccentric and often outrageous celebrations, doesn’t hold back on Halloween night either. The area becomes a bustling hub with both road and sidewalk traffic, as people in elaborate costumes flock to Lan Kwai Fong’s narrow winding streets.

The bars and eateries along the street go all out with Halloween-themed parties, offering enticing drink and food specials to attract partygoers. While some renowned nightclubs like Volar and Rula Bula did not survive the pandemic, Dragon-i has reopened and is set for a grand party this Halloween.


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