Universal Studios Singapore – Halloween Horror Nights 2015

Halloween Horror Nights is an annual event that occurs at all Universal Studios across the globe. Universal Studios remains operational during the day and transitions to Halloween Horror Nights at night. The event features haunted houses, scare zones and live entertainments.

Here is a glimpse of the Singapore event that happened over entire October (weekends).

A single entry costs ~55S$ depending on kind of pass you choose. My entry ticket included entry to all five scare zones and best rides of USS (Battle Star, Transformer etc). Was it crowded? believe me, there was a waiting queue of 90 mins for two scare zones and 45 mins for other scare zones. I reached there 30 mins before entry started so was able to get inside couple of scare zones quickly. Waiting time for rides wasn’t much, but if you have already taken the rides earlier (like me) they wont be of much interest to you as well. Since it was a horror event setup in dark, i didn’t click pictures inside haunted houses.

Well nothing much to write about the event, let pictures do the talking.


Let’s set the mood before entering


I like her Tattoo.


Some blood bags? Anyone?


Entry queue


One of the Haunted house based on local Singapore setup


A Spooky “Blood Sucking” Nurse


Another Chinese ghost


Best makeup artist of the show


The dark moon rises

** How was your Halloween ? I would love to know **

8 thoughts on “Universal Studios Singapore – Halloween Horror Nights 2015

  1. Andapo

    The first photo when I clicked on the link itself scared me. I am sure the man in the photo is you, looks like the photo in the about me page, some resemblance… well I don’t like ghosts these days, but this is not about it but would like to tell the reason, they seem to be evil and unhappy and it’s not they we fear but the harm they can do… and do we need ghosts in our world where humans have enough evil… but I suppose in Haloween ghosts are fun loving party souls… if kIds come trekker treating are we to give them toffess or money, some kids came in the flat for it and I did not open the door because I had no chocolates or toffes to give them so kept them ringing and banging the door until they went… anyway… suppose we should join the party next time(: and make wolfy noises, or would one preper the noise the mask guy makes like wolf when he sees girls… kidding.

    1. Ankur Post author

      Yeah that’s me in first photo. I was able to scare a few ghosts as well in event 😉
      I don’t not know if ghosts exists or not but human being are certainly much more evil than ghosts. They have ability to deceive people which ghosts do not have. Humans can cause you more mental damage and still make fool of you.
      So yes, we do not need ghosts at all. We already have some many humans around us which exceed ghostly acts by leaps and bounds.
      I never knew kids celebrated Halloween in India also this year. Why won’t they, everyone is following western things these days. But this is inevitable i guess. So best option is to ride the tide and flow with time.

      1. Andapo

        he…he…he… human explanation… so if the humans who are worst than ghosts when they become ghosts will be exponentialy terrible(: … ok enjoy yourself so Singapore will have Dipawali too?

        1. Ankur Post author

          Yeah we will have good Deepwali. Singapore has too many Indians. Deepawali is even a national holiday in Singapore.

    1. Ankur Post author

      This year Halloween was celebrated in much of Asia as well. You have aptly put, this world is getting smaller.
      Asians love to follow western culture/festivals… There were a few private events/parties in Singapore but i did not see any kids on street.

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