This year’s Halloween celebrations at Hong Kong Ocean Park will feature six haunted houses of different themes, multiple performances, and diverse family-friendly attractions from September 15-October 31.

The highlight of this year’s festivities — the School of Unending Horror — will start with park visitors being taken to an abandoned campus on board a bus that has terrifying classrooms, bizarre worlds, a forbidden laboratory, a haunted theatre, and unsettling gardens.

Each chapter of this spooky tour will take visitors to sections such as the deserted Spirit Boarding School, the haunted classrooms of the Bad Dues zone, the pitch-black darkness of the Netherworld, the spooky 180 Laboratory, the forgotten forest of Demon Grove, and finally the desolate film lot of The House of Wraith Puppet II.

Tickets for the haunted houses are available on October 13-15, October 20-23 and October 27-31. They can be purchased for HK$280, and will give visitors access to the Haunted Trio Ticket (Spirit Boarding School, Demon Grove, and The House of Wraith Puppet II) and the Terror Trio Ticket (Bad Dues, Netherworld, and 180 Laboratory).

Other attractions include the Dark Queen’s Fiesta, which features a gathering of the titular monarch and her followers at a ritual site. At the Deadly Pageant, ghosts and ethereal influences take the stage to showcase their otherworldly charm. Enter The House of Dancing Corpse, where the restless undead emerge from their graves to unleash a frenzy of stomping and raving. The Spooky Gala Performance holds surprises at every turn, as ghostly apparitions and peculiar oddities emerge from the shadows.

Ocean Park has Halloween All Day Delight Tickets priced at HK$388 for adults and HK$233 for children, which grants visitors access to a full day of Halloween excitement with multiple performances, secret photo spots, and diverse family-friendly attractions, except for specific attractions.

During this time, the park is open until 11pm on certain nights. For more information, visit Ocean Park’s event website.

See also
Halloween Fun Arrives At Hong Kong Disneyland From September 16 Until October 31

Header image credits: Ocean Park Hong Kong

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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