AttractionsThrill seekers can rejoice as Universal Studios Singapore's Halloween Horror Nights return with frights galore.

Even the ghouls are returning to Singapore

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Singapore's most anticipated Halloween event is back at Universal Studios with haunted houses, zombies and scare zones, a laser-tag challenge, macabre dining and more.
Singapore's most anticipated Halloween event is back at Universal Studios with haunted houses, zombies and scare zones, a laser-tag challenge, macabre dining and more. Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Halloween Horror Nights is back at Universal Studios Singapore for its 10th edition, with frightful new experiences from 30 September to 5 November.

Thrill seeking visitors can explore three haunted houses, two scare zones, a laser-tag challenge, macabre dining and the 'Monsters & Manifestations' experience.

Demented artist 'Killustrator' returns to terrify fans with their worst nightmares. Zombie apocalypse fanatics can undergo a drastic transformation to become part of a special forces to fight zombies in 'Operation: Dead Force.' Those seeking a sinister staycation can flock to the 'Hospitality of Horror' and tour a luxury mansion swathed in secrets.

Fans can also immerse themselves in two spine-chilling scare zones, the twisted 'Dark Zodiac,' or join in a livestream challenge to to hunt (or be hunted) by Southeast Asia’s vicious Pontianak.

Other exciting attractions, available for additional fees, include an escape room-style laser tag challenge, a macabre 'Die-ning with the Dead' experience, a tour with The Keeper for ghastly snaps perfect for the 'Gram, or the ultimate R.I.P. Tour, which includes all of the above.

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