Parties, food, drinks, and so much more – check out all the best 2023 Halloween events in Hong Kong!
Hong Kong truly likes to go all out for the Halloween season. Whether it’s going to a spookified version of brunch, hitting the bars for some chilling tipples, or even visiting one of the city’s haunted places, there’s plenty of Halloween events in Hong Kong for any goblin or ghoul to revel in. From enjoying hair-raising affairs with the whole family to creeping the night away at a party, be sure to check out these events for a scary good time. Happy Halloween!
Spook-tacular things to do for Halloween in Hong Kong 2023
1. Island Shangri-La: Whimsical Halloween Wonderland
This Halloween, ghouls of all ages are invited to the Whimsical Halloween Wonderland at Island Shangri-La. Come in your scariest costumes for the Whimsical Best Dressed Contest and soak in the spectacle of the Halloween Parade. Running on 28 and 31 October, the parade features fantastical creatures and dreamlike characters for the children to delight in. On 28 and 29 October, a Trick or Treat Extravaganza will take place where kids can complete various missions and be rewarded with candy, stamps, and gifts. If you’re feeling peckish, head over to Cafe Too for seasonal treats while being surrounded by Halloween decorations. Additionally, Cafe Too will be hosting a Pumpkin Carving Session on 27 to 31 October, so grab a ticket and craft your own jack o’lantern!
Find out more about the spooky events at Island Shangri-La.
Island Shangri-La, Two Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong, p. 2877 3838
2. I Love Babycakes: Halloween treats
Halloween in Hong Kong is the best time to indulge your sweet tooth and I Love Babycakes is more than happy to supply the goods! Festive cupcakes, cookies, cake pops, and more are available at this passionate homestyle bakery. In addition, for those who want to get hands-on with creating creepy cakesicles, a Halloween Cakesicle Class will be held on 27 and 31 October at BiteUnite.
I Love Babycakes, 15 Lung On Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 9682 0215
3. XYZ: Halloween-themed ride
Get your hamstrings ready for dodging ghosts and ghouls with XYZ’s Halloween-themed ride on 31 October. Top instructors will be leading three high-energy, The Nun-themed rides, having you in fighting shape for if the zombie apocalypse occurs (you never know!). Popular coaches like Gigi Chan, Bridge Hudson, and Joyce To will be there to guide you through these dynamic sessions to get your blood pumping this fright night.
XYZ, 12/F, China Building, 29 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2865 0999
4. Discovery Bay: Spooky Chills
Discovery Bay is more than prepared for Halloween this year with a formidable array of surprises, activities, and treats in the Spooky Chills programme. Snap spine-chilling pics of friends and family at multiple spooktacular photo ops like the Spooky Pumpkin Forest – but before you costume up with your furry friend for the Spooky Pet-Walk Costume Contest and the Best Costume Online Photo Contest, where you can win ghastly prizes! Little ones will especially enjoy the Mad Scientist Ice Lab on 29 October, as the DB Ice Rink transforms into a lab filled with a candy buffet, slime workshop, face painting, and more. By the end of the night, why not bring home some memories from the Halloween Night Market, where over 70 vendors offer exclusive Halloween-themed crafts? Lastly, be sure to bring your trick-or-treat bag to DB Plaza, so that you can get the chance to redeem prizes for the No Tricks, Just Treats giveaway.
Learn more about Spooky Chills at Discovery Bay.
5. Stumpy Bakery: Halloween treats
Take a break from the trick-or-treat candy and get a taste of something even more delicious with the spooktastic Halloween treats at Stumpy Bakery. Until 31 October, all goblins and ghouls can try the Bloody Velvet Cupcakes, Frankenstein Rice Kreepies, and Ghost & Mummy Cupcakes. Additionally, in the spirit of Stumpy Bakery’s corgi roots, four-legged pals are invited to join and enjoy their very own Halloween cookies. You can even snap and share a pic of your doggies in pawsome costumes with Stumpy Bakery on Insta to get a 50% discount on dog treats. This Halloween is certainly going to the dogs!
Stumpy Bakery, Shop 105, L1, The Arcade at Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, p. 5646 3727
6. Ichu: Momia Azteca Halloween Celebrations
The party starts early at Ichu on 28 October, when the Momia Azteca Free Flow Brunch begins to bring out tantalising dishes and free-flow spirits at noon. For those who prefer a later start but still want a bite to eat, the Momia Azteca Halloween Night Brunch offers delicious food, live DJs, and an automatic ticket to the afterparty. The main event then breaks out on the terrace in the evening, as the Momia Azteca Party gets every creepy creature up and dancing. DJ Piesta, DJ Jane Ki, and DJ Bennie Blanco will be behind the decks, accompanied by Aymen and Makka on live trumpet and percussion. Talented make-up artists will also be on-site to provide the finishing touches to your elaborate costumes while you sip on Halloween-exclusive cocktails, crafted byIchu’s talented mixologists.
Ichu, 3/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2477 7717
7. Aqua: Devil’s Heaven Halloween Party
Join Aqua between the heavens and the underworld on 28 October for a Halloween you won’t soon forget. First, feast on beloved Japanese and Italian dishes at the popular Night Brunch overlooking the Victoria Harbour alongside free-flow champagne and sake. All diners will get automatic access to the Devil’s Heaven Halloween Party afterwards where partygoers can enjoy additional hours of free-flow champagne and Halloween cocktails for an additional price. Be prepared for some hellish surprise performances in between sets from DJs. Be sure to come in your scariest costumes to memorialise the night at the Aqua photobooth.
Aqua, 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3427 2288
8. Vibes, The Mira Hong Kong: Vampire Nightmare Halloween Party
This Halloween, under the full blood moon, premier courtyard lounge bar Vibes will transform into a chilling Vampire Nightmare den for all monsters and creatures to come and party. This open-air Halloween bash will help unleash your dark side with four hours of open bar and three DJs bringing electro house beats. Johnnie Darka, DJ KY, and Yako Kit will be spinning tunes all night long as you dance the scares away or creep in reserved tables and private cabanas. Make sure to come decked out in your most horrifying costume, as two of you stand to win Wicked Costume prizes. However, if you arrive looking less than ghastly, there’s a make-up artist waiting to scarify your face!
Vibes, 5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2315 5599
9. Pirata Group: Family Trick-or-Treat at Star Street Precinct
Join in on some spooky family fun with Family Trick-or-Treat at Star Street Precinct by Pirata Group on 29 October! This Halloween, the whole vibrant precinct will come together to create some creepy magic with free candies given out by shops like The Pizza Project, Pici, TMK, Salvo, and more. Add to your Halloween flair with face-painting for dine-in guests at Pici and The Pizza Project, along with temporary tattoos for the brunch guests at TMK. Brace yourself for when the neighbourhood gets shaken up with a Zombie Flash Mob, with three performances you can catch throughout the day! Have a spine-tingling day to remember by dressing up with your gang, and enjoying the sweets and shrieks at Star Street Precinct.
Find out more about Family Trick-or-Treat by Pirata Group.
10. Be On Canton: Halloween Bierfest
Raise a pint for the spookiest day of the year with Be On Canton’s Halloween Bierfest – bringing together the best of Halloween and Oktoberfest. Every Friday and Saturday in October, monsters and ghouls can partake in a night of food, beer, and cheer. Drink your fear away by knocking back a few pints of Löwenbräu and Shirley’s Kiss cocktails, while noshing on authentic German bites like Roast Pork Knuckle, Soft Pretzel, and Apple Strudel. Later, get grooving on the al fresco terrace to live music performances that’ll definitely bring an exciting chill to your evening. Feel free to dress up in creepy costumes to fully bring the Halloween spirit to life!
Be On Canton, Level 3, Gateway Hotel, 13 Canton Road, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2113 7828
11. Maggie Choo’s: Nightmares & Porcelain Dreams Halloween immersive party
On Halloween night, creep over to Hong Kong speakeasy Maggie Choo’s for the ghoulish Nightmares & Porcelain Dreams Halloween immersive party. With a Porcelain or Black Plague Halloween cocktail in hand, marvel at the jaw-dropping performances by aerialists, contortionists, and dancers while the resident DJ spins tunes throughout the evening. Come dressed to fit in with the haunted halls of this hidden bar where your senses will shiver in excitement and awe.
Maggie Choo’s, G/F, Chinachem Hollywood Centre, 1-13 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 6250 6000
12. Dan Ryan’s: “Cirque du Dan’s” Halloween events
Celebrate Halloween all October long as Dan Ryan’s transforms into “Cirque du Dan’s” with a series of hair-raising events. Throughout the month, you can bring your furry friends to the Howl-o-ween Pet Costume Competition and take photobooth pictures for the chance to win pup-tacular prizes. For those who love a good cackle, the Ha-Ha-Halloween Comedy Night will fill the air with sinister snickers as comedians take the stage on 14 October. On 28 October, Dan Ryan’s locations across Hong Kong will become “Cirque du Dan’s” with Halloween festivities abound. Circus-themed decorations will send chills down your spine while the five-hour free flow will put a kick in your step. In the midst of all the celebrations, be sure to sample the array of Halloween cocktails throughout the month to enhance the hair-raising thrills.
Dan Ryan’s has multiple locations throughout Hong Kong.
13. Bookazine: Halloween Reads 2023 Collection
This Halloween, enter terrifying worlds through the pages of Bookazine’s Halloween Reads Collection. Let your imagination run wild and scared while reading the words of Stephen King’s Holly or Christopher Pike’s The Midnight Club. Throughout the many spooky nights of October, get in the Halloween spirit by picking up a hair-raising tale from your nearest Bookazine.
Bookazine has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
14. Partytime: Spooktacular Halloween decorations
As Halloween is the time for ghosts and ghouls to come out and play, make sure your party comes well decorated with the help of Partytime’s Halloween Collection. Day of the Dead Pinatas and Lantern LED String Lights will help liven up any chilling celebration. What’s more, those with little goblins can find their trick or treat needs as well as creepy makeup here. As a one-stop party shop, Partytime is more than ready to supply spooky Hong Kongers of all ages with their Halloween needs.
Partytime has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
15. Ocean Park Hong Kong: School of Unending Horror
For 2023 Halloween Fest at Ocean Park, enter the School of Unending Horror, where fear never graduates. Board the school bus to the Spirit Boarding School where you will step onto the haunted campus of Bad Dues. There, be prepared to scream as you explore the Netherworld and 180 Laboratory until you escape through the shadowy Demon Grove before you arrive at a film lot and come face-to-face with The House of Wraith Puppet II on the big screen. Are you ready to enter these eerie halls? Don’t miss all the thrills and chills that await at Ocean Park.
Ocean Park Hong Kong, 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, p. 3923 2323