Some attractions at Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa will reopen this week with precautionary measures after being closed as part of COVID-19 restrictions.
Universal Studios Singapore will be tying up with Netflix to recreate scenes from “Stranger Things”. Universal Studios Singapore’s (USS) Halloween Horror Nights returns this year with Asian horror taking centre stage and popular Netflix drama Stranger Things thrown into the mix. With five haunted houses and two scare zones, the annual themed event at Sentosa is amping up the scare factor in its eighth edition, which will run on 18 nights from 27 September to 31 October.
From now till 29 April, step into a 'TrollsTopia' at Universal Studio Singapore. Sing, dance and play along with ’Trolls’ characters, Princess Poppy and Branch, from the 2016 DreamWorks Animation film. Bring out your inner Troll at the 'Trollify Yourself' experience with face paint, temporary tattoos and the Trolls' signature hair-raising wigs. Catch prizes flying in the air while dancing at a glitter-filled party, ‘Glitterpalooza’, or try the virtual reality (VR) games, “VR Troll Art” and “VR Beat Feat”. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
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.
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.
Universal Studios Singapore has been ranked by travel site TripAdvisor as the top Asian amusement park for the fourth year running, with Hong Kong’s Disneyland and Ocean Park coming in at second and third place respectively. USS was also ranked number 17 in TripAdvisor’s world ranking.