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The Sassy Mama Guide to Halloween in HK
Halloween is a monstrously magical time for Hong Kong city kids—as long as you know what to do and where to go. Here’s the Sassy Mama lowdown on what you need to know to have the best Halloween in HK, including the best places to get super-scary costumes, to trick-or-treat and other ghastly goodness.
Disneyland’s Haunted Halloween sees the clash of evil on Main St, Graves Academy, the Cursed Jungle and Revenge of the Headless Horseman! There’s also happenings in Adventureland, the Party Zone and Space Mountain. Also check out the Ghost Galaxy in Tomorrowland. Every Thursday – Sunday from 4 – 28 October. And of course on 31 October.
SCREAM at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is now a dark and abandoned asylum, with live performers and wax monsters. The best thing is that with every purchase of a regular-priced admission ticket throughout the event period, visitors will be given spooky make-up sessions or stickers. Now til 31 October.
Ocean Park’s Halloween Bash is one of the spookiest Halloween parties in town, with 14 freaky shows filled with scares from the underworld… including a 5D journey and a flick of all the ghostly legends of Hong Kong. Now til 31 October.
The Lan Kwai Fong Halloween Street Party is one of the most fun places for Halloween partying. Not for the faint hearted or very young kids but your tweens and teens will love the sights. Go early and head home before the mayhem starts. Enter the Lan Kwai Fong Halloween photo-taking competition, but get ready for the one way system which means it’ll be slow going from place to place. On 31 October.
Wisekids in Cyberport has face painting, crafts, cave adventures and balloon ghost-making! Plus there will be games and a dress up competition for the whole family on Sunday 28th October. Babies under 2 years old go from 11am to 12:30pm while kids above 2 years old go from 4pm to 5:30pm. The cost is $280, which includes one child and two adults.
Call (852) 2989 6298 or email playroom@wisekidstoys.
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel has a Halloween Trick or Dance Party – there will be a devilish tea buffet, balloon twisting, photo corner, a catwalk contest, face painting and lucky draw. For those who want a complete Halloween getaway check out the Gold Coast Hallo Package – which includes a one night’s accommodation in a Deluxe Balcony Seaview Room, a complimentary Magician Kit and three admission tickets to the Trick or Dance Tea Party. On 28 October.
Address: Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, 1 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, Tuen Mun. For reservations, please call (852) 2452 8662.
Halloween celebrations at the Avenue of Stars sees costumed families heading to the streets to watch ghost riders from the Black Boxer Club on their freaky bikes. On 26 – 28 & 31 October.
Discovery Bay’s Double Scary Night is fun for the whole family! There will be a Fluorescent Ghost Party in DB North Plaza complete with a spooky bouncy castle and lots of game booths. Little ones will love the pumpkin patch and costume photo-taking corner… and if you are coming from Central, hop on the free Dine ‘N Ride Ferry on your way back from DB. And there’s also a Free Shuttle Bus between the two plazas to make it an easy night out. On 31 October.
Freak Out at Frites – join Frites Quarry Bay for lunch this Halloween! You and the kids will have a shriektastic time! There will be a Spooky magic show (3-4pm), gory games and creepy competitions (4-6pm) and a lucky draw with instant prizes. The kiddos can indulge in a special Halloween menu. Lunch bookings are essential! On 28 October.
Address: G/F Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Island East, Hong Kong. For reservations, please call (852) 2250 5188.
Frankenweenie at Times Square
Brace yourselves for a seriously spooky exhibition… the kiddos will love it! With Halloween just around the corner, Times Square has undergone an electrifying transformation into a pet cemetery. This world exclusive is a limited time only large scale recreation of a key setting in director Tim Burton and Disney’s latest 3D motion picture event, Frankenweenie. Now til 31 October.
Halloween Party at Palm Beach
We hope you’ve been costume shopping with the kiddos, mama! Get dressed in your spookiest gear and celebrate Halloween on a beach. For one night only, party the night away at the Palm Beach Halloween bash in Lantau Island. There will be a trick or treat for the kids, BBQ sharing and lots of creepy surprises! On 27 October.
Trick-or-Beach Halloween Party
Boo! RockABaby is calling all goblin families to come and haunt Deep Water Bay Beach this Halloween. Put on your amazing family costumes and go to enjoy the creep-tastic music, dance, food, goodie bags and more. There will be a best family costume contest, loads of group games and arts & crafts. Get ready to boogie on the beach! On 28 October.
Book Talk’s Halloween Costume Party
Better start costume shopping for the kids, mama… that is, if you haven’t already! Book Talk is inviting you and the family to their fun Halloween Costume Party. Book Talk is a small playgroup-style learning environment where the kiddos learn through stories and a whole lot of books! There will be plenty of fun stuff… A special Halloween storytelling session, best costume awards, a trick or treat village and much more. Snacks and drinks will be provided. On 28 October.