Halloween in Singapore

So how is Halloween celebrated in Singapore?

Hallowwen falls on the last day of October every year. But in Singapore, it is typically celebrated on the last weekend of the October cos people have to go to work on weekdays.

Halloween seems to be getting increasingly popular in Singapore as can be evidenced by the massive long queues outside popular night clubs from dusk till dawn.

Trick-or-treating is generally unpracticed over here. People treat Halloween more like a costuming day. There are the usual witches, ghosts, skeletons and other (supposedly) scary characters. Then there are also the likes of (sexy) nurses, (sexy) policewomen, anime cosplays and many other (copyrighted) characters from popular culture.

Just to name a few I saw, Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, a ghostbuster, pirates, Harry Potters, a Chinese Emperor, Soldiers, a wrestler, a cow, a penguin, a Scottish football fan in a kilt, lolita, a girl in yutaka and Japanese school uniforms. Surprisingly, some even wore their real school uniform! Singapore school uniforms are very dull looking btw (example). And then we also have the scantily clad girls with devil horns or nekomimi hair band. Oh did I mention all those outfits are very short and revealing? It’s an eye feast. Lots of oppai(s) everywhere! (‘~’)

Most locals lead an monotonous life and Halloween seems like the only opportunity for people to wind down, play dress up (or down) and parade it openly in public without been seen as weirdo.

Ok enough about the costumes, next I want to say something about local night clubs. Most night clubs are so freaking small and you have like so many people crowded in one dark and noisy environment. One cannot even see and hear clearly the person next to you. Maybe it’s just me cos there are always plenty of people queuing outside eager to get in. Most clubs allow free entry to people who come in costume on Halloween. Personally I don’t see the point of waiting hours to get into a club to be packed like sardines. The only good thing about local night clubs though is that smoking is prohibited.

Anyway I actually enjoyed myself more mingling with the people queuing outside to get in. Taking pictures with the cute babes (Can’t turn them down since they asked). ^^;

Last year, the gang and I went to Clarke Quay, another famous spot for clubbers. It was crowded but at least it has an open area to walk around. It was my first trooping in armour. As with last year, I didn’t have a personal photographer to take pictures this year as well so can’t show you all more of the cute girlies out there last night.

When I was out of armour and getting ready to go home, I saw this super hot chick in extremely short skirt and her bursting oppai exposed in 3/4 view. Maybe Lady Luck was giving me a chance cos she actually talked to me! She asked is this the line to wait for taxis. I answered, “I have no idea”. People always say Halloween is the best time to get laid since people can’t blame you for doing crazy stuffs since it’s Halloween afterall! Oh well, maybe next year… Happy Halloween everyone!

Unfortunately nobody invite these 4 lovely girls to their parties. They are indeed very awesome don’ you think?

This post was originally posted in 2009


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28 Responses to Halloween in Singapore

  1. gordon says:

    u are remembered as a merlion? (‘~’)

    • gordon says:

      lol i get it now!

    • Okazaki-san says:

      Heh,reminds me of the time I was forced to drink 2-3 litres of water before a drill.Stomach couldn’t handle it and I literally looked like the Merlion,water gushing out form my mouth for a whole 20-30 seconds.

      Worse is that it was in front of the whole group.

  2. Tiny Red Man says:

    the way to read this post: skip everything and read the canceled part.

  3. phossil says:

    That nurse girl is very pretty. ^^

  4. Radiant says:

    What you need is a bigger codpiece.

  5. Q says:

    Over here in the UK, people simply dress out in Halloween-related costumes and go clubbing/drinking. I just want a break after a long week so clubbing is not a thing for me.

    Btw your crossed out text is such an attention seeker!

  6. Michael Flux says:

    Heh, so to summarize it, nothing all that different from dressing up like you do any other day? :p

  7. kar loke says:

    Well, i looks really fun.

  8. Kairu says:

    Definitely much fun than our Halloween here. ;_;

  9. Kar Loke says:

    i mean ‘It’.

  10. abao says:

    gordon always gets the girls rofl

  11. Chappy says:

    I slept my Halloween away. ~.~
    Friends around me have no habit of celebrating Halloween so it’s another normal day for me. I would like to have a party for this day in the future though. Vodka plus ribena please. Miss the coffee flavored alcohol at my friend’s place.

  12. AK says:

    Sorry I wasn’t there to render my services Gordon. ;_; Got A levels to study.

  13. chun says:

    cute nurse huhu…

  14. polty says:

    very interesting ! though the nurse is most interesting :3

  15. Okazaki-san says:

    Lucky trooper…I spent my halloween at home sleeping…

  16. Persocom says:

    Where I live now there isn’t much in the way of night clubs, but I know that they’re usually pretty busy in the big cities. It’s great that there’s no smoking in them though, it’s been like that here for a long time. People still trick or treat but it’s been on a decline since I was a kid.

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  18. Anime says:

    Wow the girl at the first pic is cute

  19. lynn says:


    I am contacting you on behalf of the Singapore Tourism Board. We chanced upon your photos and are really interested to use one of them on our Facebook page (facebook.com/yoursingapore). We will, of course, give you credit in the post. Do you want us to include http://www.gordonator.com in the credits?

    Looking forward to hearing from you!


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