The Internet has been flooded with videos of awesome costumes for tonight or tomorrow, depending on your level of commitment to Halloween.
Such as this one:
Or maybe this is even cooler:
You get the gist. But after you’re all dressed up, where’re you gonna head to, to get your freak out? Here’s where we are checking out.
1. Halloween Horror Nights Volume 5
The theme for this year is the Blood Moon, and the various haunted spots at Universal Studios Singapore are following that theme to terrify its audiences. Expect to see plenty of unexpected treats, and beer is amply available at the theme park.
2. Changi Revisited – Hendon Horrors
The fictional Hendon Hotel, residing at the former Changi Hospital which was a roaming ground for all of us as kids interested in spooking ourselves, is somewhere between a scare-fest and mystery experience. Think less Scooby-Doo, more “who killed the butler”. It’s a great experience for a bit of dress up as Dick Tracy or Sherlock, and taking part in an interactive night of fun.
3. Halloween Parties
We’ll be alternating between the Sofitel So PoolHouse 2015 party, themed “Blood Sports”, and an apparently Dante-themed “Paradise Found” party at The White Rabbit. Drinks definitely go well with face paint. Meanwhile the Rakes club is transforming its space into the Black Widow’s Lair. Prepare for a sticky atmosphere.
4. Cartier‘s Étourdissant Cartier exhibition
Maybe drinks and dressing up as Edward Snowden are not your thing. In that case, the Étourdissant Cartier exhibition offers 600 bejewelled objects for your admiration. Check out more information on the event here.
5. Hermès Leather Forever Exhibtion in Singapore
For the first time, the French maison is bringing part of its private museum to Singapore. A two-museum, river-spanning exhibition at Asian Civilisations Museum and ArtScience Museum offers a perspective of vintage objects that they have collected over the years, Hermès creations, and the crafting of leather. Check out the five special Kellydoll bags in particular, that are specially created one for each decade of Singapore’s jubilee, and which are unique pieces.