Parties, food, drinks, and so much more – check out all the best 2023 Halloween events in Hong Kong!
2023 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!
Spook-tacular things to do for Halloween in Hong Kong 2023
Psst: We’re working on updating our list for 2023 as more information comes in, so stay tuned for updates!
1. 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
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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
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Spook-tacular things to do for Halloween in Hong Kong 2022
1. Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel: Pokémon Halloween Party
Attention, all teeny ghosts and ghouls! Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel is celebrating Halloween with a special Pokémon package that is perfect for your imaginative little one. Stay in the Pokémon-themed room to receive a welcome gift, and be sure to take part in the interactive Pokémon games and the Halloween hand puppet workshop. For an unforgettable Halloween experience, snap a photo by the delightful decorations in the lobby.
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, 1 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong, p. 2452 8888
2. Jaja: Pink-O-Ween
This Halloween, Jaja wants you to think pink! The family-friendly vegetarian restaurant will be decked out with pink Halloween decorations to spook and tease your little ones. In addition to a la carte Halloween specials, a Pink-O-Ween dinner party will be held on 29 October, featuring a four-course vegetarian set dinner with a dessert bar and free-flow. There will also be entertainment on hand throughout the night, like the trick or treat candy corner, tarot card readings, face painting, and photo booths. A delight for the whole family, Jaja welcomes you to dress up in your best costume and have a night to remember.
Find out more about Pink-O-Ween at Jaja.
Jaja, 6/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2877 3999
3. Hong Kong Disneyland: Disney Halloween Time
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 parade performers Vampirina and Princess Sofia taking part. After dusk, Disney Villains such as Maleficent and Cruella de Vil will appear at the Wicked Fun Party Zone in Adventureland, as well as in the Let’s Get Wicked musical at the Theatre in the Wild. You can also stuff yourselves at River View Cafe for Jack Skellington’s The Nightmare Before Dinner with a four-course meal that includes exclusive special appearances by the movie’s characters.
Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, p. 3550 3388
4. The Cakery: Special Halloween treats
Hong Kong’s first health-conscious bakery, The Cakery, is swinging into fall with special desserts. In addition to several autumnal items, The Cakery is introducing some spooky-licious treats for your eating pleasure. Organic Halloween Fondant Toppers are available for cupcakes and cookies to scare up your sweets in the best way. Also on the menu is an organic Halloween Cookie Box full of witches, jack-o-lanterns, and spiders that will be the hit of any costumed party you find yourself at this year.
The Cakery has several locations across Hong Kong.
5. Ocean Park Hong Kong: Halloween Parkaverse
For 2022 Halloween Fest at Ocean Park, unlock the Parkaverse to experience different dimensions of spookiness. First at Planet Pixel, you’ll come face to face with pixelated video game characters who are ready to scare up a storm, as you upset the balance between the virtual world and reality. Then, confront haunted Halloween challenges like Space Wrecked, Mausoleum of Madness, and Ruins of the Damned to push yourself under pressure. Don’t miss all the shows and performances in between thrills for some terrifying (and terrific) entertainment. Make sure you catch all the photo ops in the park throughout your visit, too – we dare you!
Ocean Park Hong Kong, 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, p. 3923 2323
6. Cantina, The Chinese Library, The Dispensary: Dinner & Dancing with the Devil
For one night only on 29 October, celebrate Halloween at Tai Kwun in style. Start the night off at The Chinese Library or Cantina, where feasts will be prepared to line your stomachs before a night of thrills with your Dinner with the Devil. After you have had your fill, head over to The Dispensary for Dancing with the Devil, where you can enjoy three hours of free-flow Champagne with two cocktails while you dance the night away. Special performances and a DJ will be on hand to make sure you have a night to remember – so grab your spookiest costume and head over!
Find out more about Dinner & Dancing with the Devil Halloween Party.
7. Discovery Bay: Spooky Chills 2022 @ Discovery Bay
For 2022 Halloween, stop by Discovery Bay for some sweet treats and a plethora of family-friendly events. From 21 to 31 October, take a photo of yourself with the eerie decorations at Discovery Bay to enter the costume competition. While you’re there, check out the limited pop-up Halloween-themed escape rooms by Lost HK to tease your brain. Additionally, Tai Pak Beach will be converted into an open-air cinema and present spooky movies, so grab some popcorn and enjoy! You can put the chills back in Halloween by going to the Spooky Neon Ice and skating into a party. All this leads up to the Spooky Halloween Night Market on 30 October where over 60 merchants will present their handmade Halloween goods. For the little ones, there will be face painting and a candy giveaway with tons of opportunities to capture the moment with scary characters.
Find out more about Spooky Chills at Discovery Bay.
8. Stazione Novella: Doggy Halloween
Get tails wagging! Stazione Novella is hosting the annual (and most adorable) Halloween event in Hong Kong on 30 October. Deck out your pup in a Halloween costume and head over for a free coffee or Espresso Martini, as well as a Pupperoni for your pooch, and stay for an early Apertivo. The best dressed four-legged friend will receive a special surprise (doggy-approved) prize too, so what are you waiting for?
Stazione Novella, Ming Hing House, 52-56 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2559 0559
9. Hutong: Halloween Brunch
Attention all families! Kids under 12 eat free at Hutong’s Feng Wei Brunch exclusively on 29 and 30 October. Enjoy a spread of nocturnal-themed food that include Halloween mask-painting and pumpkin-carving for the little ones. As for the parents, you can enjoy an add-on free-flow of Champagne, cocktails, wine, sake, and beer while you watch your family have the ultimate Halloween experience.
Hutong, 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3428 8342
10. Artemis & Apollo: Halloween Greek Wine Orgy
Party the Greek way for 2022 Halloween at the Greek Wine Orgy at Artemis & Apollo. Celebrate in excess and extravagance with a glass of wine over a Greek banquet this 27 October. All night long, enjoy generous pours of red, white, and ouzo as well as dancing, singing, and feasting to your heart’s content. Dressing up is highly encouraged, as the best dressed will receive something special!
Artemis & Apollo, 9-11 Moon Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2818 8681
11. Zuma: Zuma in Wonderland Halloween 2022
Zuma is transforming into a playful wonderland this Halloween on 29 October. Expect live DJ, spook-tacular performances, and more to entertain (psst – there might even be a surprise or two!). Guests can choose between different celebratory packages like the general entry for two cocktails, free-flow Champagne, beer, and soft drinks; or the Night Brunch package with which guests can enjoy an unlimited spread of dishes, free-flow Champagne, sake, beer, and soft drinks, as well as general entry into the party.
Find out more about Zuma in Wonderland Halloween 2022.
Zuma, Level 5 & 6, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3657 6388
12. Candour: The Experiment – A Hip-hop Halloween
Candour invites you into their lab for one night on 28 October to party the night away in The Experiment: a hip-hop Halloween. A live DJ will be on hand to spin the decks with hip-hop jams that will have you bumping away all night in your spookiest attire. Exclusive Halloween cocktails are available throughout the night (one included with your ticket – score!), as well as crimson syringe shots that will have you all warmed up for the dance floor.
Candour, 65 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2362 8100
13. I Love Babycakes: Halloween Baking Workshop
For the little ones (or just those with a sweet tooth) in your life, I Love Babycakes has just the day planned for you! Special Halloween-themed cupcakes, mini cupcakes, cookies, and cake pops are all available to scare their way into your stomachs. For those who want a more hands-on indulgence, on 30 and 31 October, come try your hand at making some spooky treats yourselves. The baking workshop will be a hit with your whole family this Halloween.
I Love Babycakes, 15 Lung On Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 9682 0215
14. Porterhouse Seafood & Steak: A Haunted Winery Halloween
An intimate Halloween in Lan Kwai Fong seems like an impossibility. But Porterhouse Seafood & Steak, located in the heart of LKF, has pulled it off with a Halloween-themed six-course dinner that promises to be both elegant and spooky. Available on 29 and 30 October, the menu also includes the option for a six-glass wine pairing to kick-start the night in a boozy manner. One of the best parts about this place? You can head right across the street to dance off all the delicious calories after!
Porterhouse Seafood & Steak, 7/F, California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2522 6366
15. Terrible Baby: Drag You to HELLoween
Get ready to dance! The Drag You to HELLoween party at Terrible Baby on 29 October is set to be a spooky extravaganza of epic proportions. Drinks will be pouring all night, including one that comes with your ticket. Eerie and raucous performances will occur throughout the night by Drag Jam, a local diverse performance group that promotes drag culture in Hong Kong as well as challenges gender and sexual norms. Also on board is DJ FABSABS, who will be spinning the decks and bringing out all the ghosts and ghouls to the dance floor.
Terrible Baby, 4/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong Kong, p. 2710 1866
16. LUSH: 2022 Halloween Collection
Who said that spooky time can’t also be a clean time? The LUSH 2022 Halloween Collection is slipping off the shelves to bring many scares to your bath time fun. The collection includes the Punkin Pumpkin Bath Bomb, Bubble Lugosi Bubble Bar, Tarantula Shower Jelly, and much more. Grab some now to scrub the Halloween night away!
LUSH has multiple locations across Hong Kong