Check out these theme parks in Peninsular Malaysia if you’re game for some Halloween fun.
Halloween Party at Resorts World Genting
Head up to Resorts World Genting for Halloween-themed tasty treats, fun parades and exciting shows at SkyTropolis Indoor Theme Park, SkyAvenue and Starlight Carnival.
The resort has gotten a scary festive makeover to get guests into the Halloween mood.
The highlight of RWG’s Halloween Party is the Train To Busan Horror House which is set to take place from Oct 31 to Jan 1, 2020. Navigate through horror houses, zombie-ravaged train stations and abandoned convenience stores to complete your mission – to enter Busan.
Apart from that, you can find terrifying treats like the Witch’s Finger, Bloody Brain Cupcake and Popcorn Halloween Bucket at Skytropolis. For substantial ghostly grub, themed delights like Sushi Monsters, Baby Ghost Busters, Monster Bone, Ghost Pumpkin Pies and Mummy Wraps can also be found.
Be entertained by Genting Studios’ spine-tingling, bone-chilling production of Spookadily at SkyAvenue, or join in the Halloween Parade or Dance Show featuring Michael Jackson’s Thriller and other spooky songs.
Nights of Fright 7 at Sunway Lagoon
Until early November, you can experience eight haunted houses, one haunted theatre, two scare zones, 11 thrill rides, and two stage shows at Nights of Fright 7, Sunway Lagoon’s popular “festival of fear”.
At the Asylum Studios Hollywood, experience the “jawsome” attraction of Sharknado Alive!, a walk-through themed attraction based on the famous films.
Meanwhile, your creepiest nightmares will come to life at the Animalium, a house inhabited by “zombie animals”. They’re trying to escape, so look out for them.
Spend time with your favourite horror movie icons at the Horrorwood Studios where you might come face-to-face with Ghost Face, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhies, Michael Myers, Pennywise and others. If those don’t interest you, well check out the long abandoned Hotel Deville, which offers rooms with ghoulish guests.
Blood.Shed, inspired by gory movies like Saw and Wolf Creek, takes you through a remote and abandoned cluster of sheds where many young tourists were captured, tortured and left to die.
There’s also The House of Voodoo, where you can learn about the origins of voodoo practices.
Malaysian myths and ghouls are not left out too; check out Scarytales Theatre which revolves around bomoh practices and beliefs.
Brick-or-Treat 2019 at Legoland Malaysia
From now until early November, spooktacular shows and fun Halloween activities invade Legoland Malaysia in Johor.
The park’s Miniland is overrun with ghosts and guests can use the Lego Hidden Side app to find and catch them all.
If you’re going with your kids, dress them up in the best Halloween costumes for a chance to get free entry tickets to the park.
The winner of the best costume also stands a chance to win an exclusive Lego Hidden Side set.
Other highlights at the theme park includes Hidden Side Haunted School Bus, Hidden Side Ghost Hunt, a meet-and-greet with Hidden Side characters Jack and Parker and special building activities.