Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights returns for its 11th season this fall and Netflix’s “All of Us Are Dead” kicks off the haunted house lineup.
‘All of Us Are Dead’ House
“Will you survive the zombie outbreak at Hyosan High?”
A house based on the Netflix series “All of Us Are Dead” is officially coming to Halloween Horror Nights 11. The show follows South Korean high school students through a zombie apocalypse. It was released in 2022 and received multiple awards and nominations, with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 88%. A second season has been confirmed, but no release date has been announced.
This will not be the first time the HHN team in Singapore has worked with Netflix, as they featured a “Stranger Things” house in 2018.
Halloween Horror Nights 11
The event returns for 2023 on select nights from September 29 – November 4. Early ticket sales begin July 17.
No details have been released so far. Last year’s event had three houses, two scare zones, one show, and three experiences, including laser tag.
Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios Singapore is part of Resorts World Sentosa and is owned by Genting Group by license of NBCUniversal. Universal Destinations and Experiences is one of the operators of the park. It officially opened in 2011 and had its first Halloween Horror Nights that fall.
The park has six themed lands: Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, and Far Far Away.
Hollywood is home to the park’s parade, the Hollywood Dreams Light-up Parade. New York has a Sesame Street dark ride called Spaghetti Space Chase, and a special effects show, Lights! Camera! Action! Hosted by Steven Spielberg.
A version of Transformers: The Ride 3-D is located in Sci-Fi City, along with the Battlestar Galactica dual roller coaster.
Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride serves as the anchor for Ancient Egypt, while The Lost World is home to both Jurassic Park and Waterworld.
Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure and Canopy Flyer are somewhat similar to Jurassic Park River Adventure and Pteranodon Flyers, respectively. In addition, The Lost World has Dino-Soarin’ and Amber Rock Climb,
Far Far Away is a land dedicated to Dreamwork’s “Shrek” franchise. Shrek 4-D is still open at Universal Studios Singapore, unlike its counterparts in the United States. There are also roller coasters themed to Puss in Boots and Dragon.
The park will be getting its own version of Minion Land, complete with a ride exclusive to Singapore. Minion Land is taking over the former Madagascar area.
Universal Studios Singapore will also be home to a version of Super Nintendo World, but no details have been announced at this time.
Watch our video tour of Universal Studios Singapore below.