As scary as 2020 has been with the ongoing pandemic, it can seem hard to find a lighthearted transition into Halloween festivities. However, we encourage you to get into the spooky spirit this year with these fang-tastic Halloween events in Hong Kong. It’s going to be a great Halloween – we can feel it in our bones!
The Dispensary Vault – Lockdown Party
The Dispensary is hosting a ‘Money Heist’ themed party on October 29. Guests can anticipate being greeted by a team of Dali-masked misfits dressed in the series’s signature red jumpsuits. A limited-edition ‘blood-red’ cocktail crafted by El Profesor, played by Alberto Aldave – Hong Kong’s beverage specialist – is a prize for participants of their “Money Heist” trivia challenge. The Vault Lockdown Party will start at 9 p.m. with free entry to guests dressed in eerie attire.
Address: Block 01, Tai Kwun, Police Headquarters, 10 Hollywood Rd, Central, Hong Kong
Aqua Luna – Haunted Harbour Cruise
Aqua Luna will be transforming their signature night cruise into a ship of terrors on October 31. As classic spooky songs play in the background, guests will be offered a free-flow of prosecco, house wine, beer, soft drinks and juices. A fruitful “evil eye” cocktail will also be served onboard the eerie wooden junk boat. A treasure chest of dining prizes are up for grabs for the scariest costumes of the night. The Haunted Harbour Cruise will sail across the mysterious and dark waters of Victoria Harbour with cruises available between 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. from either Central or Tsim Sha Tsui.
Address: Central Pier 9, Tsim Sha Tsui
Burger Circus – Halloween Spooky Shake
Trick or treat yo’ self at Burger Circus! The retro American-style diner serves a gruesome American cheeseburger topped with real Wisconsin cheddar and a side of fries. Free shots are available to guests dressed in Halloween attire from October 29 to 31.
Halloween candy is yummy and all, but don’t forget to save room for “I scream” with their extra special Halloween Spook Shake. This blood-curling spooky shake features a hearty slice of red velvet cake blended with a scoop of housemade vanilla ice cream and “real human limbs” guaranteed to satisfy all the sweet-toothed Draculas out there.
Address: 22 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Stazione Novella – Doggy Halloween
Stazione Novella wants to wish a Happy Howl-o-ween to your four-legged monsters. Dig out the pup costumes and let your pooch howl at the moon at Stazione Novella’s annual Doggy Halloween on October 31.
Dress up your pup and have a free coffee or Espresso Martini from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. All doggy participants will receive a house-made Pupperoni and the best-dressed pup will get a special surprise.
Address: Ming Hing House, 52-56 Staunton St, Central, Hong Kong
Aqua Spirit – Welcome to the Jungle Party
Inspired by the insanely addictive and wild docuseries “Tiger King,” Aqua Spirit is transforming its spectacular panoramic bar into a harrowing Amazonian forest of doom on October 31. Start the festivities with a brunch packed with Italian and Japanese menu specials, free-flowing Champagne, cocktails, sake and beer.
There will be a plethora of tricks and treats, including a dance performance from “terrifying tigers,” live music by in-house DJ Abel Rogers, and special appearances from the outlandish Joe Exotic and his big cat nemesis, Carole Baskin. Aqua Spirit’s Welcome to the Jungle Party invites guests to have a skele-fun time with breathtaking views of the harbor, free-flowing drinks and even a chance to win exclusive dining prizes for the best Halloween costumes.
Address: 1 Peking Road, 30th Floor, Tsim Sha Tsui, KOW, Hong Kong
Te Quiero Mucho – Day of The Dead Fiesta
More boos, please! Te Quiero Mucho in Sheung Wan raises spirits in celebration of Día de Los Muertos – Day of the dead – from October 29 to November 5. With two hours of free-flowing booze, guests are invited to explore the spooktacular selection of cocktails, house wines, beers, Margaritas and Micheladas. A limited-edition cocktail specially curated with Mexican tequila will also be served to guests seeking a ghostly good time. Traditional ceramic skull painting will be offered at every table, allowing guests to unleash their inner creative demon.
Address: 286 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
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