Halloween, Get Ready to Meet the Scariest Ghosts in Southeast Asia
The biggest and award-winning Halloween event in Singapore, Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore, will be held again on September 27-October 31, 2019. Visitors can enjoy the experience in five haunted houses, two scare zones, and two gripping shows.
The most awaited ride this year is Curse of the Naga, a haunted house by the record-breaking horror film director in Thailand: Shutter and 4bia. Horror fans in Asia can investigate the mysterious disappearance of teenagers and be careful about meeting Langsuyar and Tuyul at The Chalet Hauntings. This haunted house will present the most complete collection of ghosts from Southeast Asia in one place.
The Curse of the Naga vehicle will take you wandering from the streets of colorful Bangkok City to the village under the curse of the wandering snake spirit. Featuring sophisticated spatial design and astounding special effects.
“We thought hard and long enough to find a way to portray Thai culture and horror stories to Southeast Asia and the world. Together with the creative team from Universal Studios Singapore, we have pushed the limits of creativity to realize the most creepy haunted experiences with unique storylines, dramatic scenes, and original characters, “said film director Gunn Purijitpanya in a release received by Landdisposition.com
Halloween Horror Nights also revive three phobias that are most commonly owned by humans in general: clowns, puppets, and confined spaces. This phobia comes through the Twisted Clown University vehicle, Spirit Dolls, and Hell Block 9. You can buy Halloween Horror Nights 9 tickets at Universal Studios Singapore online at the official website.
Visitors can choose from 16 nights of events (10 nights peak + 6 nights non-peak ). Early bird ticket sales will take place from now until 1 September 2019 at a price of 65 Singapore dollars ( peak night ), 55 Singapore dollars ( non-peak nights ). Regular tickets are available at 70 Singapore dollars for peak nights, and 60 Singapore dollars for non-peak nights.