Halloween offerings: Strange and spooky fun

The Asian Civilisations Museum's Halloween activities (top) include movie screenings and a spooky trail. Halloween Horror Nights returns to Universal Studios Singapore with a Stranger Things-themed haunted house (above).
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The Asian Civilisations Museum's Halloween activities (top) include movie screenings and a spooky trail. Halloween Horror Nights returns to Universal Studios Singapore with a Stranger Things-themed haunted house (above).
The Asian Civilisations Museum's Halloween activities (above) include movie screenings and a spooky trail.PHOTO: ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM
The Asian Civilisations Museum's Halloween activities (top) include movie screenings and a spooky trail. Halloween Horror Nights returns to Universal Studios Singapore with a Stranger Things-themed haunted house (above).
Halloween Horror Nights returns to Universal Studios Singapore with a Stranger Things-themed haunted house (above).PHOTO: UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE
Cirque Le Soir performers from London will take over Ce La Vi on Oct 27. Zouk's Halloween party, Boogie Wonderland, has a 1970s theme.
Cirque Le Soir performers from London will take over Ce La Vi on Oct 27.PHOTO: CE LA VI SINGAPORE
Cirque Le Soir performers from London will take over Ce La Vi on Oct 27. Zouk's Halloween party, Boogie Wonderland, has a 1970s theme.
Zouk's Halloween party, Boogie Wonderland, has a 1970s theme.PHOTO: ZOUK SINGAPORE

Halloween offerings this year run the gamut from a Stranger Things-themed haunted house in Universal Studios Singapore to an Egyptian, Art Deco-themed bash at a chapel-turned-restaurant. For family-friendly fun, there is zombie laser tag in town. Or head to the Asian Civilisations Museum to learn about Asian folklore's link to modern-day superstitions. Anjali Raguraman rounds them up

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 20, 2018, with the headline 'Strange and spooky fun'. Print Edition | Subscribe