The ninth edition of Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights will run from 27 September till 31 October 2019. This round, the houses are going to be inspired by Thai horror movies which are renowned for their ability to scare Singaporeans all too well.
This immersive scare experience will feature five haunted houses, two scare zones and two killer shows. Besides that, guests can also enjoy many of the theme park’s exciting rides and attractions at USS.
Check out what to expect for this year’s Halloween Horror Night’s houses below, which are jointly produced with Thai horror film-makers.
Curse of Naga
Fans of Asian horror films can look forward to Curse of Naga, which transport guests from the colourful streets of Bangkok to a lost village that is under the spell of the Naga, a snake spirit. This haunted house is brought to us from the directors of blockbuster Thai horror films “Shutter” and “4bia”.
Twisted Clown University
Enter Twisted Clown University, an abandoned carnival ground and experience how clowns train to become your biggest fear as you come to face with these red-nosed freaks. Not a funfair anymore huh?
Enter an abandoned village inhabited only by silent dolls that watch your every move.
The Chalet Hauntings
Encounters your darkest fears in The Chalet Hauntings – the house which will feature the most extensive collection of Southeast Asian ghosts, including the mischievous Toyol and the bloodthirsty Langsuir.
This house’s illusions will trick minds and raise anxieties as guests unravel the mystery behind the disappearance of five teenagers.
Hell Block 9
Visit Hell Block 9, filled with screaming prisoners and merciless prison guards. On peak nights, Death Trap will lead a never-before-seen death metal procession around the park with specially designed floats and hardcore music. Afterwards, visit Dead End, the domain of the dead to witness some truly bizarre funeral rites.
You can purchase your tickets to Halloween Horror Nights 9 here. Hurry up because early bird sales end on 1 September 2019!
Early bird: S$55 (non-peak nights) & S$65 (peak nights)
Regular price: S$60 (non-peak nights) & S$70 (peak nights)
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