USS’ Halloween Horror Nights back to scare Singapore with new haunted houses this year

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore is back to scare Singapore shitless for its 10th edition next month.

From Sept. 30 to Nov. 5, brave through three haunted houses and two scare zones, take part in a laser-tag challenge and indulge in a horror-themed dining experience.

The frightful event’s haunted houses, which is one of its main highlights, will pay tribute to some of the scariest moments accumulated over the past editions and stem from fictional but creepy backstories. This includes stepping into the mind of the Killustrator, a demented artist featured in previous years; a zombie apocalypse-themed house where you can blend in and transform into a mutant zombie; and a mysterious mansion once inhabited by Southeast Asia’s then-richest tycoon.

The scare zones feature a twist on the 12 Dark Zodiacs and a livestream challenge to hunt and trap the Pontianak. 

If those are not enough, try the laser tag where teams of five are required to solve twisted puzzles to escape from blood-thirsty villains.

There’s also a Monsters & Manifestations experience where guests can go on a tour and snap ghastly photos and watch a spooky performance.

Recharge with horror-themed meals in their Séance Supper but try not to scream when their spirit medium conjures ghosts midway.

The event will run through 19 nights with tickets priced from S$68 (US$49) per guest on non-peak nights.

Ticket bundles are also available with four tickets from S$338 (US$246).

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