Following negative feedback from netizens, the Chinese New Year Dog Circus 2018 show scheduled for February 2018 has been cancelled.
Scaring people is serious business in Singapore, with the country already seeing a host of Halloween-related events slated for the weeks leading up to 31 October. But very few have seen the intricate preparations behind some of these scare events.
Various food items that will be featured at The GREAT Food Festival. Food lovers are in for a treat as Singapore’s biggest ever gourmet event, The GREAT Food Festival (TGFF), will take place next month from 21 to 24 September. The festival, which will take place over an area of over 215,000 square feet, is a collaboration between Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) and Savour Events, an international gourmet festival curator.
If you happen to be waiting at a bus stop in Bugis Village or Clarke Quay over the next few weeks, you might come across a “memorial wall” erected for the “victims” of the “Southpoint Mall collapse”. There was no such collapse in Singapore on “17 August” and the structure is just a gimmick to promote this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 7 at Universal Studios Singapore (USS).
Universal Studios Singapore’s popular scare festival, Halloween Horror Nights, will be returning from 29 September to 29 October, and it will feature a zombie laser tag experience among its new lineup of shows, scare zones and haunted houses.
The musical features Hayley and Jayley Woo taking turns to play Cutie Chef in different months. Other stars include Ko Eun Hee (Sexy Chef), Woo Young Wook (Green Chef), and Lee Sung Min (Iron Chef). Adapted from the Korean production “CHEF”, the performance sees two groups of chefs racing against each other to create a dish — chilli crab and bibimbap.