Dressing up, dancing, trick or treating… what’s not to like about Halloween in Hong Kong? Let us help you decide where to head for a scarily good time with our roundup of family-friendly and nightlife Halloween events in 2022. This guide will be updated with events leading up to the end of the month.
Step into the world of “Parkaverse” at the Ocean Park Halloween Fest this year, the four exciting main attractions – Space Wrecked, Ruins of the Damned, Mausoleum of Madness, and The House of Wraith Puppet, will make you travel through time and space for a thrilling experience. There is also a fun mix of family-friendly games and horror for adrenaline-seekers. Kids can create their own spooky halloween looks with face-painting at the Laughing Ghost Camp at The Waterfront, and there will be five Halloween shows and performances for families to enjoy. Special Halloween delicacies can be found at restaurants throughout the park, such as Halloween Fest Bento Box and ‘pumpkin’ pizza.
When: 17 Sep – 31 Oct 2022
Where: Ocean Park, Aberdeen
Tickets: Starting at HK$280 on Klook.
The city’s spookiest celebration is back again this year at Hong Kong Disneyland, the iconic villains have returned to Disneyland Resort to step into their Halloween spotlight. Put on your favourite Disney character costume for Mickey’s Halloween Time Street Party and go on a trick-or-treat hunt in the daytime, and after night falls, enjoy the Let’s Get Wicked musical, go wild at the Wicked Fun Party Zone and Meet-and-Greet with the villains for villainous photo ops, and more. There will also be a whole range of wicked goodies available for purchase at the park shops and devilish bites like “Jack Skellington’s The Nightmare Before Dinner” at River View Cafe.
When: 15 Sep – 31 Oct 2022
Where: Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island
Tickets: HK$798/two visits from 16 Sep 2022 to 16 Jan 2023. Buy tickets here.
If you are looking for family-friendly fun, look no further than Hutong’s Feng Wei Brunch. Available exclusively on Saturday 29 October and Sunday 30 October, the brunch includes a feast of nocturnal themed dishes, Halloween mask painting, and pumpkin carving for kids. Add-on free-flow starting from HK$100 per person which includes unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne, cocktails, wine, sake and beer. Don’t forget kids under 12 enjoy brunch for free!
When: 29 – 30 Oct 2022
Where: Hutong, 18/F H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Price: HK$788, call +852 3428 8342 to book
Aqua Luna is one of the last operating junk boats offering sunset and cultural tours throughout the year. For Halloween, the traditional red sails will be lit in Halloween colours and the boat haunted by ghouls and pirate spirits as it cruises along the darkened Victoria Harbour skyline. There will be three departures a day from Central Piers, with each ticket including a complimentary Witch’s Brew cocktail or Vampire’s Kiss mocktail. Adults can add HK$100 per person, to enjoy a selection of free-flow cocktail, prosecco, wine, beer, soft drinks, and juices.
When: 29 – 31 Oct 2022
Where: Aqua Luna, Central Pier 9, Central
Tickets: HK$300/child, HK$400/adult. Buy tickets here.
Over on darkside of Kowloon, the new aqua at H Zentre showcases its very first Freak Halloween Party on Saturday 29 October offering access to the most glamorously gory party in town. Step into an outlandish and
scream-inducing world of horrors that will haunt even the bravest Halloween aficionados for an end of the world Night Brunch (HK$988 per person) filled with your favourite Italian and Japanese dishes and free-flow
pours of Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Night Brunch guests have access to aqua’s bar and rooftop after-party including cocktails till late along with heart pumping surprise performances, DJ’s and contortionists that will bend and blow your mind. Alternatively, partygoers can choose a drinks-only package featuring three glorious hours of free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne and 2 glasses of Halloween libations: Freaky Paloma, Shiver and The Scream.
When: 29 Oct 2022, 7pm till late
Where: aqua, 17/F H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: HK$348 – HK$458. Buy tickets here.
Visit Devil’s lair on the top floor of the Tai Kwun as three historic venues – Cantina, The Chinese Library and The Dispensary bar – transform into a hellish, red-velveted den of darkness. For one night only, on Saturday 29 October, enjoy Dinner with the Devil in Tai Kwun and choose between two extravagant dining experiences. In the East Wing, The Chinese Library offers a nocturnal Chinese feast for HK$888 per person. Opposite in the West Wing, Cantina showcases its first night brunch featuring indulgent Italian favourites for HK$988 per person. Cantina’s menu also includes generous pours of free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne to get you into the Halloween spirit. Cantina guests will also enjoy exclusive access to The Dispensary’s after-party where Dinner with the Devil leads to Dancing with the Devil.
When: 29 Oct 2022, 7:30pm till late
Where: Cantina, The Chinese Library & The Dispensary, Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central
Tickets: HK$348-HK$458. Buy tickets here.
The Daily Tot’s biggest tropical summer beach party is on this Halloween! Dress up in your best beach wear, beach trunks, bathers and tropical gear. Free-flow includes daiquiris, house wines, prosecco, bottle beer, house spirits, and sodas for a fun night of partying to the reggaeton, R&B, and Soca tunes of DJ minou.
When: 29 Oct 2022, 9pm till late
Where: The Daily Tot, Shop E, G/F, Felicity Building, 58 Hollywood, Central
Tickets: HK$550-HK$700. Buy tickets here.
The dress code for the Ultimate Costume Party at Rula Live bar organized by Hong Kong International Friends is a creative costume and a mask! Enjoy happy hour drinks (50% off until 8pm) and dancing into the late night. All visitors must be 21 and over. Party responsibly!
When: 31 Oct 2022, 6pm till late
Where: Rula Live, G/F, 58-62 D’Aguilar Street, Central
Tickets: Free admission before 7pm; HK$100 afterwards. Register on Eventbrite.
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