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Halloween fun in Hong Kong

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 Hong Kong this spooky season, with activities for mini ghosts and witches and options for grown-up ghouls who like to scare up a good time. Here’s a selection of what’s on offer:

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Hong Kong Disneyland has a Halloween theme in October

Disneyland Halloween Time

Disneyland transforms from the ‘happiest place on earth’ to the spookiest with Main Street decked out with Halloween decorations and the regular daily parades replaced with special parades featuring Disney villains, such as Maleficent. There will also be a special Maze of Madness and trick-or-treating in the Halloween Time Festival Gardens.

Where: Hong Kong Disneyland

When: Daily, 10.30am-11pm. Until 31 October.

Price: Various

More: hongkongdisneyland.com

Ocean Park Halloween Fest

Ocean Park’s Halloween Fest is back with a huge array of Halloween attractions and activities. This year they have teamed with Sanrio, and are holding Hong Kong’s largest ever Sanrio-themed “HELLO-ween” party. Younger visitors will love the special haunted feast menu items.

Where: Ocean Park Rd, Aberdeen

When: Daily, 10am-6pm. Until 31 October.

Price: Various

More: oceanpark.com.hk

SuperPark Halloween

Indoor activity park SuperPark will have Halloween themed activities during the lead-up to Halloween. Guests will get Halloween-themed stickers and candies, and there will be a regular SuperGhost Challenge. There’s also an Instagram costume comp!

Where: SuperPark Hong Kong, G/F, One SilverSea, 18 Hoi Fai Road, Kowloon (near Olympian City)

When: Until 31 October

More: superpark.com.hk

Amoy Plaza Halloween Haunted Inflatable Wonderland

Amoy Plaza will be transformed into a “Haunted Inflatable Wonderland” until October 31, with fun and exciting giant inflatables awaiting children and grown-ups alike, ready to embark on a bouncy adventure!

Where: Amoy Plaza, 77 Ngau Tau Kok Road, Kowloon Bay

When: Until 31 October

More: amoyplaza.com.hk

Halloween Bash at TokyoLima

Bring the little horrors to TokyoLima for a Halloween bash with a family-friendly Nikkei inspired brunch. The Kid’s Corner features usual favourites such as drawing paper and crayons, a mini basketball hoop and toys galore, as well as a special Halloween face-paint and trick-or-treat station. Put the kids in their spookiest costumes and bring them to TokyoLima to shriek with excitement.

Where: G/F, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central

When: 12pm-2.30pm, 27 October

More: tokyolima.hk

HKIS Annual Pumpkin Festival

The Pumpkin Festival is fun for the entire family with a pumpkin patch (choose and take home your very own pumpkin!), a bouncy castle and slide, games with prizes, a talent show, a used-book fair, Boo-tique shopping, food, and more. Admission is free for this event and complimentary bus transportation is provided to and from the event (note that there is no parking on site at the event).

Where: 700 Reservoir Road (HKIS Middle School), Tai Tam

When: 11am–3pm, 20 October

More: facebook.com

Ophelia’s Mayhem at the Madhouse Halloween Party

Get set for Hong Kong’s most outrageous Halloween party at Ophelia’s. Pull out your best costume and prepare for deadly dancers and live performances, insane freak shows and prizes for the craziest costumes. There will be killer cocktails and cool beats. Free admission for all freaks in costume.

Where: Shop No. 39A, 1/F, The Avenue, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road, Wan Chai

When: From 6pm, 27 October

More: facebook.com

Happy Halloween at Epicland

Indoor family entertainment centre, Epicland, is hosting a special Halloween night with extended opening hours on 27 October. Enjoy themed decorations and trick or treating. Epicland will stay open until 10pm. If you come after 7.30pm entry is free.

Where: Epicland, North Plaza, Discovery Bay

When: Until 10pm, 27 October

More: epiclandhk.com

Dead Not Alive Halloween Party

One of Hong Kong’s biggest Halloween parties, Dead Not Alive, is on again – but this year at a secret location! Expect DJs, dancers, and activities all capped off by celebrity guests.

Where: Secret location

When: From 8pm, 27 October

More: alivenotdead.com

Aqua Scary Mary Poppins Halloween Party

Aqua’s Scary Mary Poppins Halloween Party is set to be a spectacular affair, held on Saturday, 27 October from 10.30pm until late. Join the fun of this theatrical Halloween event. The late night party will have DJs, cocktails and professional make-up artists on hand to create your Day of the Dead style Halloween character of choice.

Where: Aqua Spirit, 29-30/F, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 

When: From 10.30pm, 27 October

More: facebook.com

FRITES Halloween Kids Party

FRITES will host a spooky magic show for Halloween. The kid’s areas in each restaurant will be transformed into fun wonderlands with the show starting at 2pm. Dress up in your favourite Halloween costume for the chance to win the grand prize. There will also be free ice cream and Halloween candies for the kids.

Where: All Frites locations

When: 12pm-5pm, 28 October. Lunch bookings are essential from 12pm.

More: frites.hk

Bookazine Children’s Bookfest

Are you ready to read, listen, get creative and have spooky fun? Then visit the Halloween-themed Bookfest or “Boofest” at Bookazine in Repulse Bay. Little ones can get the chance to meet the Gruffalo, enjoy the outdoor library as well as hands-on crafts while older ones will be on the hunt for Harry Potter characters to win a bag full of surprises or they will get some chills in the haunted house. It’s suitable for ages three to 12.

Where: The Repulse Bay, 109 Repulse Bay Road

When: 2pm–5.30pm, 27 October

More: facebook.com

Hello Harry, Halloween! The Hong Kong Philharmonic Halloween

Dress in your Halloween finest and listen to some of the scariest classical music, including music from Harry Potter and Coco. Alongside conductor Lio Kuok-man, the HKPhil welcomes back Harry Wong. Be transported into the world of witches, goblins, mystery and magic. A classic Halloween not to be missed.

Where: Tsuen Wan Town Hall Auditorium

When: Saturday (8pm) & Sunday (3pm), 27-28 October

More: hkphil.org

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