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Halloween Horror Nights @ Universal Studios Singapore Is Back In 2023 With 3 New Haunted Houses

Halloween Horror Nights @ Universal Studios Singapore Is Back In 2023 With 3 New Haunted Houses

Lifestyle Activities & Events
By Karmen on 17 Jul 2023
Digital Editor

Love the thrill of getting spooked? You're probably awaiting news of this year's Halloween Horror Nights, and it's finally here! Over 18 event nights from 29 September to 4 November 2023, Universal Studios Singapore will be home to Halloween Horror Nights 11. This spine-chilling event will have five haunted houses, three scare zones, two live shows and a multi-sensory dining experience.


Haunted Houses

This horror fest will feature five haunted houses including the previously unveiled haunted house inspired by Netflix's All of Us Are Dead.

Those who attended the very first edition of Halloween Horror Nights will remember The Matriach in the Rebirth of the Matriarch haunted house. Guests will enter the family home and witness a deadly ritual to bring her back to life.

Rebirth of the Matriarch haunted housePhoto from Resorts World Sentosa

Next is DIYU: Descent into Hell, which puts Chinese mythology centre stage as guests face King Yama's judgement and punishment for their earthly sins.

DIYU- Descent into Hell haunted housePhoto from Resorts World Sentosa

Finally, there is a Grimm Encounters haunted house. Visitors will experience a twisted take of the Pied Piper story where his sinister tunes corrupt everyone's favourite fairy tales.


Grimm Encounters haunted housePhoto from Resorts World Sentosa

The fifth immersive haunted house will be revealed soon!

Scare Zones

To round up the night with more frights, head to the three scare zones scattered across the theme park.

Dead Man's Wharf brings visitors face to face with the legendary pirate Madame Dragon, a real-life historical figure, and her crew. Visitors will also meet The Hacker, a destructive A.I. being who reigns over a cyber-hellscape. After that, venture in The Cursed Kiramam, an Indian village where its inhabitants exist in a state of perpetual torment.

Live Shows

There will be two shows playing every night. Judgement Day is the night's grand opening Scaremony, and The Hacker: Game Over is about a destructive A.I corrupting her victims' games.

Multi-Sensory Dining Experience


Fancy a horror-themed dining experience too? Join King Yama's Feast in Die-ning in Hell. While feasting on a three-course meal, diners will enjoy performances by King Yama's demons. Each course is themed after a gruesome torture by fire, blade and blood.

During event nights, Die-ning in Hell is served at the Hollywood China Arcade over three 80-minute sessions: 6pm, 7.45pm or 9.20pm. It is available with a $128 top up to a Halloween Horror Nights 11 admission ticket.

Die-ning in Hell is also available to guests during non-event nights on Mondays and Tuesdays, from 2 to 31 October. There are two sessions per day, at 5.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets for the dining experience are available at $148.

Halloween Horror Nights 11 Tickets

Early bird tickets (from now till 17 August):
Peak nights - $89  
Non-peak nights - $79

Guests will receive a limited-edition Halloween Horror Nights souvenir, $5 F&B voucher, $5 retail voucher and interactive LED wristband with each ticket purchase.

Book tickets to Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights here ->

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