Have you boo-ked your Halloween activities yet? Whether you’re big or small, there are plenty of tricks and treats to be found in HK this spooky season. From theme park parties to workshops – and even events for your pooches, here’s a selection of what’s on offer this Halloween in Hong Kong!
Let’s Get Wicked Again at Hong Kong Disneyland
Halloween returns to Hong Kong Disneyland with more tricks and treats than ever. Join the fun (and scares), along with iconic villains from classic Disney stories, with street parties, meet-and-greets, party zones and a musical show, “Let’s Get Wicked”. Also, look out for a special rate on combined Halloween and Christmas tickets.
Until 31 October
Ocean Park Halloween Fest
Walk through the giant pumpkin arch at Ocean Park and the fun begins! This year’s Halloween celebrations invite visitors to “Unlock The Halloween Parkaverse”, with haunted attractions and virtual games with different-themed challenges around the Park. The party will be packed with Halloween Fest attractions, shows and performances, photo opps with an array of ghosts and ghouls, Halloween-themed glamping and more – all within a supernatural utopia where real and virtual worlds collide. Look out for the spirits from hell as the gates to the underworld open at 6.30pm each event day! Find the full schedule of dates and ticketing info on the website.
Until 31 October
180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen
Doggy Halloween at Stazione Novella
Soho wine bar Stazione Novella is pampering the pooches this year, with the return of its annual Doggy Halloween event. Find a fab costume for your furry friend (you can’t go wrong with an Ewok…) and you’ll enjoy a coffee or Aperol Spritz on the house. Plus, all four-legged participants receive a house-made puppy treat. There’s a prize for best-dressed dog too. (Tag your photos with #StazzyPooch!)
30 October, 11am-2pm
52-56 Staunton Street, Soho
Halloween at The Mills
Arts and heritage space The Mills has a bunch of stuff going on for Halloween this year, including trick-or-treating on 29 and 30 October – just bring a Halloween-themed bag to join the fun – plus an Instagram competition with great prizes, tattoo stickers to redeem, and more.
Until 31 October
45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan
Brave the Haunted Harbour…
How about Halloween aboard Aqua Luna, one of the last red-sail Chinese junk boats in Hong Kong? On 29 to 31 October, the boat will transform into a “floating ship of terrors” for a night like no other. With cruises departing on the hour from 5.30pm from Central, guests will get a Halloween-themed cocktail once on board, and enjoy spooky tunes as they sail the dark waters of Victoria Harbour. Tickets are HK$400 including a cocktail; add $100 for free-flow drinks including prosecco, house wine, beer, soft drinks and juices. Children ride for $300:;add $100 for free-flow soft drinks or juices. Spaces are limited!
29, 30 and 31 October, 5.30-8.30pm
Central Pier 9, Victoria Harbour
Halloween Baking Workshops
I Love Babycakes are running a series of Halloween-themed Baking Workshops on 23, 30 and 31 October at their Wan Chai kitchen. The 2.5-hour workshops are priced from HK$700 and group and corporate private classes can also be arranged.
15 Lung On Street, Wan Chai
BOO! Night at Relish
Don your Halloween costume and head to Relish’s rooftop venue for a movie-themed Halloween party on 28 October. Tickets (HK$380) include movie screening, a welcome cocktail and free-flow food and drinks all night, plus prizes for the best costume. For those still wanting to party, you can celebrate the spooky season until the early hours at the After Party.
22D Yally Industrial Building, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang
Pokémon Hong Kong Gold Coast Halloween Party
Hong Kong Gold Coast is celebrating Halloween with a series of Pokémon-themed activities, including carnival games, competitions, workshops and more. Snap a photo with Pikachu and friends, take the Pokémon challenge and complete the missions to take home Halloween candy. There’ll also be a Halloween Market featuring festive goodies and crafts and various Halloween-themed packages and events at the Gold Coast Hotel.
For more information, visit bit.ly/3Cd5Zep.
1/F, Hong Kong Gold Coast Piazza
Spooky Chills @ Discovery Bay
Halloween celebrations kick off in Discovery Bay from 21 October with a fun-filled lineup of events and activities for all the family. Highlights include:
27 to 30 October: Spooky Moonlit Movies on the Beach – Tai Pak Beach will transform into an open-air theatre presenting spooky movies four nights in a row. moonlit-movies.com
21 to 31 October, Lost in Halloween Escape Room – LOST HK will be launching pop-up features incorporating puzzles and challenges and two Halloween-themed escape rooms “Carnival of The Muertos” and “The Night of Pumpkin Village” with choreographed sound effects, lighting and props. visitdiscoverybay.com
29 October: Spooky Halloween Skating Fun – Discovery Bay Ice Rink puts its own spin on Halloween with a Spooky Neon Ice Party. Get spooky makeup from professional painters and join the party on the rinks with the DJ and glowing neon lights. dbicerink.com
30 October: Spooky Halloween Night Market – Combining haunted vibes and European style, DB’s Halloween market will feature an array of Halloween-themed goods from over 60 vendors, plus Spooky Face or Arm Painting, candy giveaways and photo opps wth scary characters. handmadehongkong.com
21 to 31 October: Best Spooky Costume Competition – Upload a photo of you in your spooky outfit to @VisitDiscoveryBay Facebook or Instagram between 21 and 31 October for the chance to win Best Costume and tickets to Lost Escape Room, Moonlit Movies on the Beach or Discovery Bay Ice Rink. facebook.com/
21 to 31 October: “Spooky Pumpkin Party” Decorations – Halloween pumpkin decorations will be seen at every corner of DB, creating the perfect spooky photo opps. On 30 October you can get also get free candies from DB Plaza merchants and enjoy special discounts and privileges.
DB Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island
Also… don’t miss our other features on things to do this Halloween in Hong Kong so you can:
Watch a Halloween horror movie
Host a Halloween trivia night
Throw a Halloween party