We've found the best Halloween events in Hong Kong, 2019 to freak and creep out young and old alike - bahahahahahahahahaha!
Whether you’re looking for creepy brunches in Hong Kong to enjoy with your crew, or on the hunt for things to do with the kids this Halloween, we’ve found the best Halloween events in Hong Kong, 2019 that will bring the spook. It’s time to get your freak on!
Get down and creepy this Halloween at East, where both Feast and Sugar will be ghoulishly bringing the freaks on. On 31 October, the buffet counter at Feast will be filled with freaky treats like Almond Finger Cookies and Black Cat Chocolate Caramel chiffon. There will be a face-painting workshop, a dress-up party and even a photo booth for you to get some shots of the whole family. The Halloween semi-buffet dinner will run from 26 October- 1 November at $498 Monday-Friday and $528 Friday-Sunday, with children under 12 enjoying 50% off.
Meanwhile, upstairs at Sugar, plenty of spooky snacks and creepy cocktails await, inspired by people’s worst nightmares. From 28 October to 2 November, enjoy a Brain Haemorrhage or a Sugar Elm Street alongside themed snacks like Halloween Pumpkin Pizza and Fish Stick Fingers.
East, 29 Tai Koo Shing Road, Tai Koo Shing, Hong Kong
Buenos Aires Polo Club – Rock Club: I Put a Spell on You
From 10pm til witching hour on 31 October, you can enjoy a special Halloween edition of the Buenos Aires Polo Club Rock Club. Come in your best costume (with a prize for best dressed!) and get down with creepy rocktail in hand.
Buenos Aires Polo Club, 7F, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2321 8681
Ocean Park Halloween Fest is back in 2019, with park-wide spooks in store for the whole family. With six haunted zones around the park, each one carries a unique theme and includes actors, lighting and creepy acoustic effects that will bring the thrills. Guests can attend a séance with a ghost medium at Hong Kong Hauntgrounds, a phantom housing estate and playground that tells the urban legends of abandoned public housing estates of the 70s and 80s. Another zone inspired by local urban legends is The Old Street of Hungry Ghosts, where creepy supernatural things can occur from the alleyways to the restrooms – yikes! The Later you stay, the bigger the scares this year, and at 8:44pm the 20:44 – Hell Invades Parade will see Ambassadors of Hell escorting a coffin to the waterfront.
Grab your tickets here.
Ocean Park, 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
The 80s brunch party at TokyoLima on Saturday 26th will have an eerie theme: Nightmare on Elm Street. Mysterious decorations, freaky tunes and bloody libations will be the order of the day, with guests of all ages encouraged to dress-up and enjoy the haunted house-like vibes. Running from 12-2:30pm, brunch will set you back just $398, and an additional $180 for free-flow.
TokyoLima, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
La Vache! TST – Halloween Le Disco Brunch
On Saturday, 26 October, La Vache! TST will be hosting a special Halloween edition of their infamous Disco Brunch. Complete with a dress-up contest and a DJ spinning all the tunes you need t get down, enjoy food, fun and frights for $488 p/p + 10% service.
La Vache! TST, 12 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
The Addams Family Halloween at Aqua
Head over to Aqua Spirit on Thursday the 31st of October where the bar will be transformed into a haunting house of horrors inspired by the mysterious and spooky Addams Family. There will be guest appearances from the likes of Morticia and Gomez as well as dance performances by the family, and pro makeup artists will be on hand to creep your look out even further. Enjoy a welcome glass of Veuve Clicquot Champagne on arrival with top-ups being served by Gomez and Uncle Fester throughout the rest of the night. Costumes highly encouraged!
Grab your tickets from Eventbrite, starting at just $200 before 15 October.
Aqua Spirit, 29/30F, One Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3427 2288
Disney Halloween Time at Disneyland
Enjoy Disney Halloween Time every day until October 31 at Disneyland. Spooky music and decorations abound throughout the park, changing and evolving throughout the day to keep you on your toes. Sing and dance with Mickey Mouse and friends at Mickey’s Halloween Time Street Party, where guests are invited to wear costumes to party and rock throughout the streets.
A new 25-minute musical has been created for the occasion too. Let’s Get Wicked is the world’s first to feature performances from five iconic Disney villains: Ursula, Cruella de Vil and more! On top of all this fun, there will be special Halloween-themed souvenirs and more than 40 tasty treats to keep things creepy, including Wizard Pumpkin Cups and Halloween Oreo Puddings at the Main Street Bakery.
Get your tickets for Disney Halloween Time.
Stazione Novella – Doggy Halloween
We love the way Stazione Novella does a little something special for the pooch in your life every Halloween. On Saturday, November 3, dress up your doggo and enjoy an espresso (or an espresso martini) on the house. All puppers who rock a frock will receive a homemade pupperoni treat and the best dressed doggo will win a surprise. Sounds woof-tastic!
Stazione Novella, 52-56 Staunton Street, SoHo, Hong Kong