Tuck into deliciously spooky bites and book a staycation while Illumination’s Minion Monsters return to Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium dares you to plunge into the Deep Boo Sea
This Halloween season, gather your family, round up your best friends and bring your significant other to enjoy new, refreshed and exhilarating spook-tastic experiences as you eat, play and stay across Resorts World Sentosa (RWS). From exciting trick-or-treating activities and hunting down lost pearls, to the much-needed respite of a staycation and delectable Halloween-themed treats and cuisine, you will be spoilt for choice with exciting programmes and offerings.
As a SG Clean accredited destination resort, RWS ensures that all programmes and offerings are organised with enhanced safe management measures, including safe distancing rules and enhanced sanitisation and disinfection protocols, according to the Singapore Government’s directives.
Halloween-themed bites at Pizzeria and Malaysian Food Street
Whet your appetite for fright this Halloween at RWS’ Malaysian Food Street and Pizzeria before heading over to Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium.
Popular Malaysian Food Street beckons with mouth-watering scary eats boasting local flavours available from 17 September to 31 October 2020. The Nasi Hantu is a savoury kampung-style prawn fried rice complete with good “wok hei”, smoky chicken satay drizzled in peanut sauce and a fried egg shaped like a skull. Little ones would love the Spooky Cookies, a fun cheeky treat of five adorable “ghosties” cookies in four locally-inspired flavours – Gula Melaka, Chocolate Chip, Coconut Pandan and Vanilla Butter.
Malaysian Food Street’s Spooky Cookies
From 2 to 31 October 2020, our family-friendly Pizzeria will be whipping up Insta-worthy Halloween pizzas, pastas and cocktails that are scarily tasty. Begin with the Watcher, a fresh green spinach tagliatelle tucked underneath a rich and tantalising beef Bolognese sauce, topped with creamy mini mozzarella cheese with a drop of squid ink “eyeballs” staring back at you as you devour them. For an eerie dish that allows you to indulge in your zombie fantasies, go for BRAAAINS!, a squid ink dough pizza layered with piquant tomato sauce that resembles red gore and splatter, topped with black olives, buffalo mozzarella cheese and “brains” that are actually juicy beef meatballs.
Other deliciously spine-chilling creations include Mummy Mia – a crispy bruschetta topped with tomato sauce, mushrooms, olives and “wrapped” with provolone cheese, and Web of Lies – a sweet spider web pizza topped with blueberry compote, vanilla sauce, rainbow sprinkles and mini marshmallows. Don’t leave before firing up your spirit with Fiery Lick, a wicked drink made with jalapeños, vodka and cranberries.
Enjoy a special promotional price of S$138++/ S$119++ for RWS members (U.P. S$161) when you order the Family Fright Bundle which includes Mummy Mia, Watcher, BRAAAINS!, The Blob – a soft and creamy dessert of a moss green mousse-like semifreddo, two beers and two sodas.
Stretch, Unwind and Indulge in a Halloween Sleepover
Plan a Halloween sleepover at RWS with our popular staycation packages available until 16 October 2020. As affordable as S$328, these attractive packages feature overnight stay in one of our thematic luxury hotels, complimentary breakfasts and parking, attraction passes and dining credits. Pick from Hotel Michael that exudes art-gallery ambience, eco-luxurious Equarius Hotel or Beach Villas set in a secluded tropical sanctuary. Beyond our staycation packages, for the epitome of indulgence, check into our lavish all-suite Crockfords Tower, Ocean Suites for the mesmerising underwater experience, or TreeTop Lofts tucked away in the canopy of native trees. There is no better time than now to stretch, unwind and indulge in a relaxing RWS getaway, just a hop away from the city.
Scary Good Times Await at Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Fun for Everyone
Embark on a trick-or-treat adventure around Universal Studios Singapore and enjoy meet-and-greet experiences with popular characters
A top favourite that debuted last year, Minion Monsters Tricky Treats returns to Universal Studios Singapore with FrankenBob, Stuart Mummy, and Kevin Dracula taking centre stage with their eye-catching costumes. Fans of Illumination’s irresistibly mischievous Minion Monsters will be able to commemorate the trio’s once-a-year appearance with lots of wefies.
Embark on a trick-or-treat adventure around the park and enjoy a series of meet-and-greet experiences with popular characters from iconic movies including classic Universal Monsters: Dracula, Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein; Gru and his family from Illumination’s Despicable Me and Minions films; the DreamWorks Animation cast of characters from the Madagascar films and, Puss In Boots, including Kitty Softpaws; Sesame Street friends, a ferocious Jurassic World Velociraptor and more. Keeping in theme with Halloween festivities, all characters will be decked out in Halloween costumes, perfect for the ‘Gram. During the meet-and-greets, look out for our Candy Ambassadors, donned with distinctive orange aprons or pumpkin hats, who will hand you a delightful assortment of free candies, gummies, and chocolates.
Those waiting to sink their teeth into delicious food can get their fix with exclusive themed refreshments such as the Halloween Monster Burger and Mummified Corn Dog, available at selected food and beverage outlets. The ravenous can quench their insatiable thirst with the Shimmery Halloween Quencher, available at Loui’s NY Pizza Parlor.
Dive into the Deep Boo Sea at S.E.A. Aquarium
Come face to face with sea monsters of the Deep Boo Sea and search for missing pearls in S.E.A. Aquarium
This Halloween, scares come from the deep as S.E.A. Aquarium dares you to take a plunge into the Deep Boo Sea. Meet some of nature’s scariest-looking marine animals and search for lost pearls in a fun treasure photo hunt. Families will come face-to-face with animals such as the Japanese warbonnet, recognised by the prominent Indian chieftain’s headdress-like cirri on top of its head, and the menacing wolf eel, known for its voracious appetite which can rival the mythical “werewolf”.
Treasure hunters can keep their eyes peeled and go on a photo Hunt for the Lost Pearls hidden within five habitats in the aquarium. Intrepid guests can solve riddles and uncover the lost pearls to win a mystery gift. As you dive deeper to hunt for the lost pearls, get “entangled” in the tentacles of Kai the Kraken at a photo wall display and snap a wefie.
Dress to Impress and Win Prizes, or Go Trick-or-Treating with Free Pumpkin Bucket
For the first time at both attractions, guests can flaunt their creativity and join in the Halloween tradition by dressing up in their spooky best. The most creatively-dressed will stand to win weekly prizes when they post on Instagram, a photo of themselves in their costume taken at Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium or Resorts World Sentosa, tag and follow @RWSentosa, and include the hash-tag #HalloweenFunatRWS. One best dressed adult and child will also be spotted and selected each day at Universal Studios Singapore and awarded attractive prizes on the spot.
Getting everyone in the mood for trick-or-treating at both Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium, all adult and child ticket purchases to both attractions will respectively receive an exclusive and complimentary Halloween face mask and pumpkin bucket. Get ready to fill the bright orange bucket with delectable treats and sweets from Candy Ambassadors at the various meet-and-greets points along the Trail of Treats in Universal Studios Singapore and designated photo points in S.E.A. Aquarium.
Editor’s Note: Universal Studios Singapore has made the difficult decision not to hold Halloween Horror Nights this year in order to focus on operations and events during our regular hours.
Staying Safe While Having Fun at Resorts World Sentosa
Ensuring everyone has a safe and enjoyable time at Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium, both attractions have implemented a suite of stringent safe management measures anchored on our three principles of Safe Entry, Safe Experience and Safe Environment.
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At Universal Studios Singapore, guests are required to adhere to safe distancing floor markers and maintain a distance of 2.5 metres apart when standing in line for character meet-and-greet. When taking wefies, guests will keep 1 metre or more away from the characters. At S.E.A. Aquarium, prominent queue markers are placed in front of all habitats to ensure safe distancing. All viewing panels, photo walls and railings are wiped down and disinfected hourly. At both parks, Candy Ambassadors will wear gloves and masks, and hand out individually-packed candies to guests using claw grabbers, while maintaining a safe distance from guests.
Roving Safe Distancing Ambassadors are deployed at both attractions to enforce the safe management measures. Antimicrobial coating, effective in eliminating viruses and bacteria, is extensively applied at all high-touch points in both attractions such as turnstiles, queue lines, seats and harnesses of all ride vehicles. This is supplemented with hourly wipe-downs using industrial grade disinfectant to provide guests with assurance and peace of mind.
Photos credit: Resorts World Sentosa
Trick or Treat? Halloween is on 31 October and we have compiled a list of Halloween Parties and Events in Singapore 2020 just for you.
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