Singapore, 28 July 2011Halloween Horrors, the premier annual event at the Night Safari, returns this year with more macabre and hair-raising fun as the world’s first nocturnal animal park transforms into a circus of horrors. Themed as the “Carnival of Fear”, visitors will be immersed in maudlin scenes featuring freakish characters from both Western and Eastern genres. From creepy clowns and circus zombies to tormented nightclub performers and ghostly street hawkers, this year’s event will certainly not be for the faint-hearted.

Highlights include:

Train of Terror
Visitors will get thrills and chills as they embark on a journey through the site of a circus train wreck on the popular Train of Terror at the Night Safari. Watch out for escaped “animals” and dead circus performers such as Xavier the Illusionist and Booseye the Knife Thrower, as they come back to life in the dark of night. A note of caution: the clowns love to hunt in a pack.

Dr. Freako’s Midnight Trail
Visitors can take a walk through Dr. Freako’s Midnight Trail along the Forest Giant Trail. A mad scientist who conducted brutal and unorthodox animal-human experiments, Dr. Freako and his creations will be showcased in all their gory glory here. These “failed” experiments still linger around the lab, so visitors should enter at their own risk! Be warned – they have a distaste for humans and feed on blood-curdling screams.

Graveyard Haunts
The extinction graveyard near the “Creatures of the Night” show will be home to countless animal victims of modern mass extinction. Amidst the eerie howls of deceased animal spirits, guests will be taught a hard lesson on how humans have played a part in destroying these species.

Shanghai Fright Club
This year’s Halloween Horrors signature ‘house of horrors’ is a haunted Shanghai night club set in the 1940s and 50s. Street hawkers and performers of the Shanghai Tang will rule the roost with an eastern twist. Visitors should take heed of the roaming spirits who will lure them into their lair with glitz and glamour, and be prepared to scream their lungs out as they unveil the club’s darkest secrets.

Dress to Scare!
Come dressed in your most terrifying outfit on Halloween Horror nights. Get spotted by us and you stand a chance to win a $50 Wildlife Reserves Singapore voucher. A winner will be spotted on each of the 11 nights. All winners will enter a final round of judging where the grand winner will win attractive prizes.

Advisory Information
Due to the intense scare factor of this year’s theme, it is not suitable for toddlers and children. Parental guidance and discretion are strongly advised. More information will be available on www.halloweenhorrors.com.sg from August 2011.

Details
Date: 30 Sept, 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29, 30 October 2011 (11 nights)
Venue: Night Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Price: Please refer to the table below.

One-Way Ticket To Horror
Pricing Tiers
Off peak: 30 Sep, 1, 7, & 8 Oct
Adult: $40.00
Child: $30.00

Peak: 14, 15, 21, 22 Oct
Adult: $48.00
Child: $38.00

Halloween Horrors Weekend: 28, 29 & 30 Oct
Adult: $56.00
Child: $46.00

Discounts for online purchase
‐ 10% off for purchases completed in Aug – Sept 2011
‐ 5% off for purchases completed in Oct 2011
‐ OCBC cardmembers enjoy 10% off for purchases from Aug – Oct 2011. OCBC 10% discount is also valid for on-site purchases at the Night Safari from Sept to Oct

(The prices above include admission to Night Safari, one entry to the Shanghai Fright Club and one round on the Train of Terror per ticket holder)

Spooky Halloween Set Dinner
Date: 30 Sept, 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29
Venue: Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant
Price: $49.00 ++
Timing: 6.30pm (Maximum 40 guests)

Spooky Halloween Set Dinner

Menu:
Mocktail
Skunk

Soup
Eye-popping Soup: Tomato Soup with Cream Cheese and Black Olive

Main Course
Mausoleum: Grilled Chicken Patty, Mashed Potato and French Bean

Dessert
Flicker of the Night: Chocolate Cake with Strawberry Coulis
Deathly Chocs: Petite Fours
The Devil’s Brew: Coffee or Tea

Make your reservation at event.sales@wrs.com.sg or call 6360 8650.