Hey guys, it's finally October. My favorite month through out the year and that also means that Halloween is just around the corner. A very good news for you folks out there who are going to visit Universal Studios Singapore this month.
Halloween Horror Nights is back again in Universal Studios Singapore for the third time after it was first launch back in the year 2011. The region’s largest and most elaborate Halloween event will return this year with even more thrills and frights set amid original storylines.
A spooky decoration upon entering Blackbox Publika.
|Mr. Scott D. Peterson, Producer for the Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights 3 presenting the slideshow preview.|
Ms. Andrea Teo, Vice President of Entertainment at Resorts World Sentosa, said: “Halloween Horror Nights has garnered a strong following since it started, and we will get fans to come back for more by bringing horror closer to heart. In fact, we are introducing more Asian scare elements this year, which local and regional visitors can identify with. Coupled with more event nights and longer hours stretching beyond midnight, this installment of Halloween Horror Nights will be a fright fest like no other.”
“Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore has grown to be synonymous with original sets that immerse guests in intricate horror encounters. From creative set design and props to costumes and make-up, the creative team behind this blockbuster production has taken past installments into account and is ready to up the scare ante even more,” added Ms. Teo, who is also the Executive Producer of Halloween Horror Nights 3.
|Previous year's theme. 2011 - The Director & 2012 - The Puppet Master.|
A seasonal Monster Rock Show special will also debut at the theme park this October, with new song and dance presentations specially choreographed for Halloween. Monster Rock Halloween Edition will be staged on event nights, and other selected rides and attractions will also be operating, including TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle and Shrek 4-D Adventure.
Fear will reign as thrill seekers navigate a journey through three intricate haunted houses and three other immersive scare zones. The spine-chilling line-up of houses includes a ghostly voyage aboard Adrift in New York zone; and in the Lost World zone, a bloodbath massacre trail at the Chinese Opera Academy amidst Songs of Death, as well as the cursed house of Possessions, where spirits of the owner’s collections take over the dilapidated home.
Three vengeful sisters take centrestage at Halloween Horror Nights 3 – banished witches reincarnated and reunited as the Daughter of the Undead, the Maiden of the Opera and the Crone of the Forest – promising to unleash their reign of terror over 10 full nights of horror in October and November.
Halloween Horror Nights 3 runs for 10 nights over four weekends, from 11 – 12 October, 18 – 19 October, 25 – 26 October and 31 October to 3 November 2013, from 7pm to 1am each evening. The theme park will close earlier on event nights at 5.30pm during this period.
Early-bird special tickets, priced at S$60 (usual price S$68), will be available from 1 August onwards. To enhance the experience of the scare fest, guests can choose to skip the lines with the premiere experience of a R.I.P Tour, escorted by a personal guide. The limited R.I.P Tour packages are available at S$198, on a first-come-first-served basis.
A special Frequent Fear Season Pass will also be introduced. Pass holders can revisit the event as many times as they like, on six of the 10 event nights (except 25, 26 Oct and 1, 2 Nov) at a price of S$118. Special pricing is also available for Resorts World Sentosa hotel guests, corporate and bulk purchases, Universal Studios Singapore Annual Pass holders and daytime theme park guests. RWS INVITES members enjoy an exclusive ticket price of S$54, as well as a priority admission into the park.
Halloween Horror Nights is a separately ticketed event and is not included with regular day admission to the theme park. Daytime theme park guests who desire to visit Halloween Horror Nights 3 on the same evening as their visit may choose to upgrade their daytime admission tickets.
Halloween Horror Nights may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children below the age of 13. No costumes, masks or face painting are allowed. Due to the event’s popularity, tickets are expected to sell out and should be purchased in advance.
Check out the teaser video of USS's Halloween Horror Nights 3 below:-
So what do you think? Are brave enough to experience this horrifying event?
The Maiden of The Opera, Daughter of The Undead and The Crone of The Forest are all summoned to bring horror and mayhem to haunt visitors at Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights.
For more info about Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights 3, check out their microsite at http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com.sg
.: Peace Out :.