Following the success of the inaugural FrightFest last year, FrightFest 2012 @ Singapore Flyer returns as a three-week event. And for the first time, Singapore Polytechnic (SP) is working with the iconic attraction for the latest installment of FrightFest. A strong team of 17 second-year students from SP’s Diploma in Integrated Events and Project Management will transport guests to a movie-themed Halloween
The lineup of the evening included Halloween themed games, a ride on the Singapore Flyer, ghoulish treats at the Flyer Lounge and of course the staple of the evening – a walk through The Undead Forest.
This year, the Undead Forest is characterized into the Asian and Western zone. Over 20 scare crews will be lurking around to give guests
a run for their lives. Characters inspired from popular horror movies/shows such as The Maid, The
Walking Dead, Stephen King’s IT and Friday the 13th will be resurrected and waiting to spring a
horror surprise to all within The Undead Forest.
Here’s a pictorial recount of my FrightFest adventure.
Let’s play ‘Spot the coffin’!
We played some Halloween-themed games before heading to the Flyer for our ride.
Our view from the iconic ferris wheel.
The Undead Forest, here we come!
Before we confronted our fears at The Undead Forest, we were pleasantly surprised by a flash mob that broke out near the entrance of the fright trail.
Here we go!
We flinched at every sound. Haha!
Halloween enthusiasts wanting to get in line to experience FrightFest 2012 @ Singapore Flyer can now
purchase tickets. Launched ahead of schedule, early bird packages are now available at
www.singaporeflyer.com or at Singapore Flyer’s ticketing counters.
FrightFest 2012 begins to haunt on 12 – 14, 19 – 21 and 26 – 28 October 2012.
Choose between the
FrightFest Value Pack, which will send shivers down your spine at The Undead Forest, then a flight up the Flyer. For the strong-hearted, go all out with just admission to The Undead Forest. Early bird prices start from $18. Responding to last year’s requests, group bookings and child prices will be available across the 3 Halloween weekends.
Guests can come decked out in their favourite Halloween costumes and be singled out to win attractive prizes.
For more information about the FrightFest’s admission dates and rates, click here.
Before I sign off, I want to leave you with this video of the flash mob in action!
Happy Halloween! Muahahahaha!