Halloween Horror Nights 11 is back in full force with 5 haunted houses & 3 scare zones

Universal Studios Singapore‘s much anticipated Halloween Horror Nights is back this year! Halloween Horror Nights 11 returns in full force in 2023, boasting 5 haunted houses, 3 scare zones, 2 new shows and a full-fledged immersive dining experience. The event will take place from 29 Sep to 4 Nov 2023.

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Compared to Halloween Horror Nights 10 last year, which only had 3 haunted houses, 2 scare zones and 1 new show, this year’s event seems like it will be returning to its pre-pandemic operations.

The Haunted Houses

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The most notable haunted house to look forward to is the All of Us Are Dead house, in collaboration with Netflix — fans of this hit zombie apocalypse series can look forward to being fully immersed in the horrors presented in the K-Drama.

Wondering what other houses there are to explore at Halloween Horror Nights 11? Rebirth of the Matriarch presents a bit of a throwback to the very first Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore, in which visitors will be able to experience as a deadly ritual is conducted to bring The Matriarch back to life.

DIYU: Descent into Hell, on the other hand, puts a frightening twist on Chinese mythology as visitors face King Yama’s judgment and punishment for their sins on Earth. As someone who is obsessed with Haw Par Villa’s Ten Courts of Hell, I’m super excited for this one.

Fairy tale lovers, on the other hand, can look forward to Grimm Encounters, a warped take on the tale of the Pied Piper. Expect sinister twists on your favourite fairy tales in this haunted house.

The fifth and final immersive haunted house has yet to be announced, so keep your eyes peeled for Universal Studios Singapore’s announcement.

The Scare Zones

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Traverse through the dark streets of Universal Studios Singapore and be immersed in 3 new scare zones, such as Dead Man’s Wharf, an attraction centred around the real-life historical Chinese pirate, Madame Dragon.

Worried that Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) will one day overtake all humans? Live out your nightmare at The Hacker, where a destructive A.I. being reigns supreme over a horrifying cyber-hellscape.

Finally, wander through The Cursed Kiramam, an Indian village cursed by the gods, and witness if the villagers are able to escape their impending doom.

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Live Shows & Immersive Dinners

This year, Judgement Day is the night’s opening Scaremony, where an unfortunate soul attempts to escape King Yama’s final judgement.

The Hacker: Game Over is the second live show of the night, in which the destructive A.I. attempts to hack her way out of the virtual world.

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Have a scary feast with Halloween Horror Nights 11’s multi-sensory dining experience, Die-ning in Hell. This sumptuous 3-course meal includes chilling performances by King Yama’s terrifying demons while you eat.

Die-ning in Hell is served at the Hollywood China Arcade, with three 80-minute sessions each night at 6pm, 7.45pm or 9.20pm. If you have a Halloween Horror Nights 11 ticket, you’ll have to top up S$128 to experience this.

Visitors of Universal Studios Singapore on non-event nights can also enjoy Die-ning in Hell for S$148 from 2 to 31 Oct 2023, at either 5.30pm or 7.30pm.

Universal Studios Singapore Halloween Horror Nights 11 will run across 18 nights, with 10 peak nights and 8 non-peak nights. Tickets go on sale on 18 Aug 2023, with peak night tickets costing S$89 while non-peak night tickets cost S$79. Each ticket includes a S$5 Halloween Horror Nights food & beverage voucher, a S$5 retail voucher and an interactive LED wristband.

Early bird tickets, on the other hand, will on be sale from now until 17 Aug 2023, at the same prices and with the same vouchers and wristband, as well as an additional limited-edition Halloween Horror Nights souvenir.

Aside from the regular tickets offered for the event, you may opt to go for The Frights for Four bundle, which includes 4 tickets and perks like early entry to the park at 4pm and a Halloween Horror Nights set meal. The Halloween Horror Nights R.I.P. Tour, on the other hand, allows guests to enjoy a guided V.I.P. experience, skip queues at haunted houses and rides, meet-and-greets with Halloween Horror Nights 11 characters, and experience Die-ning in Hell.

Find more information and purchase your tickets here.

Halloween Horror Nights 11 may not be suitable for young children under the age of 13 due to frightening imagery. Take note that costumes and costume masks are not allowed during the event days.

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Universal Studios Singapore

8 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098269

Universal Studios Singapore

8 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098269

Telephone: +65 6577 8888
Operating Hours: 7.30pm - 12.30am (Non-peak), 7.30pm - 1.30am (Peak)
Telephone: +65 6577 8888

Operating Hours: 7.30pm - 12.30am (Non-peak), 7.30pm - 1.30am (Peak)
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