9 things to do on Halloween weekend (Oct 30-Nov 1)

Here’s where — and how — to get your scare fix for Halloween

Boo! If you’re not already busy getting scared silly at one of the freaky haunted houses this year, here’s where else you can enjoy Halloween without so much of the horror.

To eat

1. MEATliquor’s Duxton Hell feast

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Get ready to boogie with the ghouls at MEATliquor’s Halloween party, Duxton Hell, on Oct 31, from 10pm to 4am.

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Visitors will be entertained by projection mapping and 3D imagery, as the restaurant gets transformed into a macabre den, complete with veteran DJ Stephen Day spinning a mishmash of beats.

Other highlights includes a line-up of delicious burgers and specially crafted cocktails such as Nelson’s Blood and the infamous House Grog.

More information here.

2. Free Guzman y Gomez burritos

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It’s not everyday that we hear of yummy food being given out for free — but when it happens, you can bet we’re first in the queue.

Mexican outlet Guzman y Gomez is opening their third outlet in Singapore at The Star Vista and they’re inviting everyone down for free freshly made-to-order burritos and burrito bowls on Oct 31.

Be there or be hungry, we say.

More information here.

3. Have a zichar feast….in Tuas

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If you need a breather from the weekend crowds, why not head to a quieter part of Singapore for a zichar feast?

Eating house and cafe by day, Third Place is a dining concept in Tuas that transforms into a zichar restaurant at night.

Dishes like the beautifully braised and fragrant Beancurd with Hon-Shimeji Mushroom will be worth your journey.

More information here.

To see

1. Meet a real-life tomb ‘raider’

The first public Chinese Cemetery (Bukit Brown Chinese Cemetery) was established only in 1922 – almost a century after Sir Stamford Raffles founded modern Singapore in 1819.

What happened between that time, and what delayed the development of the public Chinese cemetery? Find out the lost history of Singapore’s cemeteries and take your Halloween to the next dimension!

More information here.

2. Catch a horror movie marathon

Too timid to experience horror stories come alive in 4D, but still want a good scare? Then stick to the movie screen and go on a horror movie marathon. This weekend, the screenings will be at Suntec City (Oct 30) and Yishun (Oct 31).

More information here.

3. Visit the mega Hello Kitty carnival

Hello Kitty lovers, you don’t want to miss this. Hello Kitty Go Around!! is the first-ever Kitty carnival held outside Hong Kong. It’s so highly-anticipated that even the name of the carnival, with all its exclamation marks, can’t contain its excitement.

You’ll have a whale of a time at this old-school cool carnival, featuring Papa’s Reading Room, the Apple Temple and Save the Goldfish, among many other attractions.

More information here.

To do

1. Have a pirate party

It’s a pirate’s life for those who pop by The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill on Oct 31. Dance with Tiki girls, and drink from the cauldron of Pelican’s pirates. From 8pm to 10pm, you can enjoy free-flow of Pelican’s Pirate Punch, a cocktail created with Cruzan Black Strap Rum.

More information here.

2. Take the kids on a fairy tale night ride

Back for the second year running, Safari Boo at River Safari presents a fascinating night with fairy tale characters, interactive discovery stations, and up-close encounters with furry monsters at twilight. Best part: kids under 12 years can enter for free!

More information here.

3. Race away from hordes of zombies

All hell breaks loose as Race the Dead 2015 unchains 10 times more zombies into the playing field for the ultimate survival challenge. Missions like survival checkpoints and new obstacle elements will be introduced. Non-participants can also get tickets to join survivors at Halorave Afterparty.

More information here.

By Pamela Chow and Samantha Francis

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