Parties, food, drinks, and so much more – check out all the best 2021 Halloween events in Hong Kong!
2021 is still looking different for everyone, but don’t worry – we have a good list of amazing Halloween events in Hong Kong here. Just wanna chill on the 31st? Check out the best brunches in the 852 or hit these bars for a nice tipple. In the mood for adventure or something actually creepy? Explore these haunted places in Hong Kong and be sure to check out the following events. Happy Halloween!
20 spook-tacular things to do for 2021 Halloween in Hong Kong
1. Heebie-Jeebies at Harry’s Kitchen
Trick o’ treat yo’self and your little ones to some spooky cookies and cakes this Halloween! Using low-sugar ingredients, Harry’s Kitchen has come up with five different Halloween recipes that look as good as they taste. From Cookie Hijacker, which are chocolate chip cookies decorated like spiders; to the more challenging Mr Harry’s Malicious Mansion, a gingerbread house beautifully decorated with ghouls and monsters, you and your kids will have a blast at Harry’s Kitchen’s interactive confectionery classes.
Are you a budding baker? Explore your potential at these baking studios in Hong Kong.
Harry’s Kitchen, B245A, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong, p. 5645 1365
2. Halloween at The Mills
Tsuen Wan’s culture and lifestyle hub, The Mills, is hosting a variety of Halloween events for 2021. Fans of Junji Ito can’t miss out on the Immersive Journey of Junji Ito, a fascinating exhibition that’ll bring you into the haunting world of the famous Japanese horror manga artist. If you’re looking for something more child-friendly, The Mills has plenty of Halloween activities, too. From hand-painting for kids, to a costume-making workshop – and even trick or treating across the mall – The Mills will certainly lift your spirits this season.
The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, p. 3979 2300
3. Halloween Steak Rebellion at Steak King
Back by popular demand, Steak King is presenting its Steak Rebellion once again. This time, it’s under the theme Gangs of New York. To kick off the evening, you’ll get to warm up (literally) with whisky and vodka shots at the ice bar. You’ll then enjoy a decadent four-course dinner, featuring Steak King’s famous dry-aged beef, freshly shucked oysters, Iberico ham charcuterie board, and more. These come along with a bottle of wine for each person – this night’s gonna be a crazy (fun) one!
Find out more about the Steak Rebellion.
Steak King, 16A, Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 9095 1817
4. Sugar Street Studio by Haunted Kong at Vie-won-won
This one’s for the ultimate horror fans amongst you! Having relocated from Jordan to Causeway Bay, Haunted Kong has transformed part of its new site (Vie-Won-Won) into Sugar Street Studio. This movie studio is said to be haunted by those who tragically passed away in a fire back in 1994, and is now a 5D Movie Experience Hall for daring and curious visitors. Integrating film with escape rooms and haunted houses, you’ll become one of the horror movie characters yourself. Engage in the plot and find your way out with your teammates. A truly creative and creepy experience perfect for Halloween in Hong Kong!
Vie-won-won, 1/F, Lok Sing Centre, 2-8 Sugar Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 5920 2838
5. Disney Halloween Time at Hong Kong Disneyland
Dress up as your favourite Disney villain and join in on the spook-tacular extravaganza at Hong Kong Disneyland! Donning new Halloween looks, the iconic Disney Villains and the adorable Disney Friends will be roaming the theme park. The giant processional, Mickey’s Halloween Time Street Party, is not to be missed, with Vampirina and Princess Sofia taking part for the first time. For kids who want to go trick-or-treating, head to the special candy stations at the Halloween Time Festival Gardens in Fantasyland during the day. After dusk, Disney Villains such as Maleficent and Cruella de Vil will appear at the Wicked Fun Party Zone in Adventureland. After grabbing a bite at the Halloween BBQ Feast at Karibuni Marketplace, you can watch the musical stage show Let’s Get Wicked, or return to the Halloween Time Festival Gardens to encounter more villains.
Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, p. 3550 3388
6. Halloween Fest 2021 at Ocean Park Hong Kong
Celebrating the 20th edition of its Halloween Fest, Ocean Park has a range of classic and innovative activities for guests to enjoy. First is the 20 Years of Horror exhibition, a showcase of the theme park’s stunning costumes and designs to commemorate its 20th edition of Halloween Fest this year. Then, there’s the Jack O’Lantern’s Kingdom in the Waterfront Plaza, featuring a five-metre-tall Jack O’Lantern King (cue the photos!) and trick-or-treat activities. As you stroll across Old Hong Kong, beware of the Murder Mysteries and the creepy stall owners in the area. Whether you’re looking for thrilling rides at the Summit, or a Supernatural Ghost Tour and other interactive experiences, Ocean Park will not disappoint you this Halloween.
Ocean Park Hong Kong, 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, p. 3923 2323
7. October Beer Tasting Workshop: OktoberHalloweenFest at HK Brewcraft
Halloween vs Oktoberfest? Why not both! Combining the two most popular October festivals together, HK Brewcraft is presenting its October beer tasting workshop with a Halloween twist. Dressed in Halloween costumes, the Brew Crew will guide you through six different festive beers. If you come dressed up, as well, you’ll get a special 10% off that day’s beer purchases. Plus, the team has prepared a little prize for the best costume of the night, too, so get your creative juices flowing!
Find out more about OktoberHalloweenFest.
HK Brewcraft, 4/F, 15 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 5925 2739
8. Haunted Halloween Cruise on Aqua Luna
Sail along the spooky waters of Victoria Harbour for Halloween aboard Hong Kong’s iconic junk boat – Aqua Luna. For two consecutive evenings, the boat will be transformed into a floating house of horrors with ghouls and pirates; and of course, you’re invited to dress up, too! This Haunted Halloween Cruise will also feature a special cocktail, the Hocus Pocus, which is a concoction of gin, blue curaçao, lemon juice, and soda water. If you have your little ones onboard, as well, they can try the Monster Mash mocktail. Wanna drink to your heart’s content? Simply add $100 to enjoy a free-flow of prosecco, wine, beer, and soft drinks throughout your hour-long adventure.
Find out more about Aqua Luna.
9. Doggy Halloween at Stazione Novella
It’s time to grab a costume for your four-legged pals as Stazione Novella’s Doggy Halloween returns this season! Have a coffee or Aperol Spritz on the house from 11am and stay for early aperitivo from noon. Your pups won’t be left out either – they’ll all receive a house-made treat, and the best-dressed pooch will even get a special surprise.
Stazione Novella, Ming Hing House, 52-56 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2559 0559
10. Wickedly delicious treats at 1966 Baking Alliance
If you haven’t checked out Central Market yet, here’s the reason to do so right now: 1966 Baking Alliance has released the adorable Halloween edition of its M.A.D doughnuts! Spot the minion-inspired Bananarama and cookie-monster-like Matcha & Red Bean, Blueberry, and Berrylicious doughnuts. Using only natural flavours and colourings, along with a muffin-doughnut recipe that keeps these goodies fluffy and relatively healthy, these are the perfect treats to share with your loved ones. Or, you can try 1966’s new Pumpkin Swiss Roll, which comprises a light sponge made with pumpkin and charcoal, creating the Halloween colours of orange and black.
1966 Baking Alliance, Shop 246B, 2/F, Central Market, 93 Queen’s Road Central and 80 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2371 6350
11. Trick or Treat Thursday at Hjem
Halloween’s all about trick o’treating, so what’s better than heading to Hjem for the family-friendly Trick or Treat Thursday to spoil your inner child? For $250 per person, you’ll get to enjoy a Nordic Candy Buffet, which features a mouth-watering selection of special sweets reminiscent of childhood in Northern Europe: Daim, liquorice, Swedish Fish, Bilar, and more. Moreover, you’ll get to indulge in a two-hour free-flow session for wines or a non-alcoholic free-flow (for $150 per person). And while you’re there, don’t miss out on Hjem’s themed cocktail, The Lingonbloody, which is made with aquavit, lingonberry, citrus, malbec, and candy garnish.
Hjem, 161 Hollywood Road, Tai Ping Shan, Hong Kong, p. 2362 9193
12. Halloween cake at Butter Cake Shop Landmark
From October 25, Chef Karys Logue is adding some adorable mini-meringue ghosts atop Butter Cake Shop’s classic Triple Chocolate Cake. Perfectly balanced on the luscious dark chocolate buttercream, these little ghouls will make the cake even more delicious and photogenic than it already is. Exclusively available by the slice ($90) at Butter’s pop-up at Landmark, be sure to grab this treat in time for Halloween.
Butter Cake Shop Landmark, Shop 239, 2/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
13. Deadly Masquerade Party at The Dispensary
Come through to The Dispensary’s Deadly Masquerade Party with your best Halloween disguise. With free entry and live DJ music from 8pm till late, you can show off your extravagant masquerade costumes while sipping on the bar’s spooktacular cocktails, including the seasonal Bloody Vanitas ($148) which is only available between October 25 and 31. This concoction comprises chilli-infused Jose Cuervo Blanco Tequila, Alipús Mezcal, rose syrup, grapefruit juice, and lime. It’s also presented with a haunting frozen skull made from grapefruit, and is garnished with rambutan and a dried black rose petal – an absolute stunner for the ’gram!
The Dispensary, Shop 01, 1/F, Block 01, Police Headquarters, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2848 3088
14. Halloween at Candour, a new bar-lounge in Soho
Candour, one of the latest newcomers to the Soho neighbourhood, is making its debut with a bang as it celebrates Halloween with two consecutive themed nights this month. For those who are curious about this new bar and lounge on Peel Street, head to Candour’s Boo-Tang Clan on October 29 and Cirque du Freak on October 30. Expect hearty food, creative cocktails, an eclectic mix of hip-hop with DJs live on the decks, and some wacky good vibes.
Candour, G/F, 65-65A Peel Street, Soho, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, p. 2362 8100
15. Spooktacular Halloween packages at The Langham
The Langham is offering a Spooktacular Halloween Staycation Package (from $1,848 per room per night) for those who want to immerse themselves in the Halloween spirit – with a luxurious touch. The package includes a daily buffet breakfast, plus two tickets to the Coffin Homes haunted escape room at Sugar Street Studio (yep, the same one we mentioned near the beginning of this list). Calm your nerves afterwards by digging into a Halloween-themed set dinner for two at Main St. Deli. You’ll find Spooky Chicken Tacos, Bloody Finger Hot Dogs, Pork Ribs and Sausages, Zombie Eyeball Bavarois, and Graveyard Cupcakes. Then, complement these with Halloween-themed cocktails for two at Artesian. You can also opt for only the Spooktacular Halloween Dinner and Cocktails from $508 per set (for two persons).
Please note that the package and the dinner set are only available on 22-23 and 29-31 October 2021. Find out more about the Spooktacular Halloween packages at The Langham.
The Langham, 8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2375 1133
16. Halloween at Island Shangri-La
Island Shangri-La is launching various special experiences for Halloween in Hong Kong this year, one of which is transforming its Waterside Terrace into a Halloween Pumpkin Patch, with family-friendly festive pumpkin carving sessions (from $488 for two adults and one child). Apart from carving and decorating your own jack-o’-lanterns, these workshops also include canapés, burgers, hot dogs, a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, plus a complimentary glass of sparkling wine for adult guests.
In addition, there’s a trick-or-treat experience for families staying in the hotel on October 30, during which children can look for treats at the designated candy stations around the hotel. You can attend both of these exciting events – and enjoy a daily breakfast for the family, plus Halloween-themed amenities – by booking the Spook-tacular Family Staycation Package.
Furthermore, Island Shangri-La is offering a range of Halloween-exclusive menus and rewards at its restaurants: Lobster Bar and Grill, Cafe TOO, and Lobby Lounge. Find out more about Halloween at Island Shangri-La.
Island Shangri-La, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2877 3838
17. Spooky But Sweet Halloween Staycation at The Mira Hong Kong
Enjoy a Spooky But Sweet Halloween Staycation (from $1,150 per room per night) at The Mira over the All Hallows’ Eve weekend! Begin your experience with the Spooky Afternoon Tea Buffet, where you’ll get to sample Halloween-themed savoury and sweet finger foods. Try the Coffin-shaped Roasted Chicken Sandwiches, Cheesy Pumpkin Velouté, and Mummy Naan Pizza. Then, satisfy your dessert cravings with the creatively decorated Chocolate Ganache Truffle Eyeballs, a freshly baked Pumpkin Cinnamon Tart, Tombstone Chocolate Pudding Cup, and Peppermint & White Chocolate Velvet Vampire Bites. The staycation package also includes a buffet breakfast for two at Yamm, as well as access to MiraSpa and the Halloween activity zone in the hotel. At an extra charge, you can also challenge yourself to the Mystery Invitation Escape Room, a scenario curated by Lost HK and located in a “secret section” of The Mira. Sounds mysterious indeed!
The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2368 1111
18. Halloween Escape Staycation at Gold Coast Hotel
More escape rooms and Halloween staycation shenanigans incoming! Test your wit and creativity at the Gold Coast Hotel’s family-friendly Halloween Escape Game ($100 per person), which involves finding hidden clues and solving puzzles to break free from two rooms – “The Enchanted Forest & the Seven Golden Eggs” and “Captain Kidd”. To enjoy the ultimate Halloween experience at this seaside resort, book yourself in for the Halloween Escape Staycation (from $1,130 per room per night). This package includes accommodation in a Deluxe Seaview Room, breakfast for two adults, entry to the Halloween Escape Game, and other fantastic privileges.
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, 1 Castle Peak Road, Hong Kong, p. 2452 8888
19. Second-hand Halloween costume swap with Retykle
Got some outgrown Halloween costumes sitting in your kids’ wardrobe? Until October 29, you can bring these pieces to Retykle’s studio in Wong Chuk Hang and swap them for new ones, so that they can be given a second life. Spooky and sustainable, this is the perfect way to contribute to the environment and circular fashion this season by keeping old (but well maintained) Halloween costumes out of landfills. And even if you don’t have costumes to swap, you can still purchase them for $50 at the store.
Are you a fan of eco-friendly fashion? We are, too! Here’s our guide to shopping sustainable fashion in Hong Kong.
Retykle, Unit 8B, Sing Teck Factory Building, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 3594 6533
20. Netflix & Thrill at Roji
Calling all Netflix binge-watchers (that’s us included)! LKF’s hottest Japanese drinking den, Roji, is hosting Netflix & Thrill on October 30. With bone-rattling beats on the deck, glamorous dressing up, scrumptious izakaya dishes (like snow crab, sashimi, and wagyu), cocktails, free-flow packages, and sake drum shots, the evening at Roji may very well be the next best thing to Netflix and chill. Also, get inspired by characters from your fave Netflix series – be it The Umbrella Academy or Squid Game – and go all out on your costumes, because the best dressed will win $3,000 worth of store credit to be used at Roji.
Find out more about Netflix & Thrill at Roji.
Roji, 20A D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 9884 0704