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Halloween 2023: Where to celebrate Halloween in Hong Kong

By Celia Lee 16 October 2023 | Last Updated 26 October 2023

Header image courtesy of Hong Kong Disneyland

Spooky season is upon us! Sure, you’ll be bingeing classic horror titles from the comfort of your couch and indulging in Halloween menus around town, but there’s so much more you can do to honour the Halloween spirit—with a ghoulish party, or three! It won’t come as a surprise that Hong Kong has a plethora of spooky events on offer. Here is our round-up of where to celebrate Halloween this October 2023.

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Photo: @aquahongkong (via Instagram)

Aqua Restaurant Group

Aqua’s restaurants are introducing a series of events for all to enjoy this Halloween! Saints and sinners are invited to a night brunch with free-flow champagne and sake till late at Aqua’s Devil’s Heaven party. Come dressed for the occasion and enjoy Aqua’s delicious offerings alongside live performances, DJ music, and mesmerising contortionists. Over at Vista, prepare for a vampire-themed celebration! Dance the night away at the Bite Night party and enjoy three hours of free-flow champagne, live DJ beats, and surprise performances on the dance floor.

Step into the Addams Family Mansion for a chilling night at Cantina and The Dispensary Bar. Don your best gothic attire and dine with the Addams family! Cantina’s Addams Family Halloween dinner features irresistible items such as a red prawn risotto with stracciatella and Bronte pistachio, a breaded veal cutlet with fried rosemary and sea salt, and a pumpkin white chocolate cheesecake with raspberry coulis to finish your meal. Head over to The Dispensary Bar for three hours of free-flow champagne and immerse yourself in enchanting DJ music and live performances.

For a different spooky experience, embark on the Aqualuna for a Haunted Halloween cruise. Come dressed in your spooky best before sailing through Victoria Harbour while enjoying a complimentary themed cocktail.

When: Aqua, Vista, Cantina, and The Dispensary Bar on 28 October; Aqualuna on 28–29 and 31 October

Where: Aqua, 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Cantina and The Dispensary, Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

Vista, 29/F–30/F, One Peking Road, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Aqualuna, Central Pier 9 or Tsim Sha Tsui Pier 1

Photo: Ozone

Ozone 

This Halloween, step through The Red Door at Ozone and prepare yourself for the horrors that await on the other side. Come dressed in your spooky best to blend in with the ghostly and the supernatural at Ozone’s party, where tarot card readers are stationed to offer patrons knowledge of the future. Indulge in bewitching bar bites and themed cocktails as you dance the night away.

When: 28 October

Where: Ozone, 118/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

Eaton HK

Prepare for a Night of the Living Drag at Eaton HK! Visitors are treated to spine-chilling shows performed by Hong Kong’s most beloved undead queens, including Balatro, Gin Pan, Sailor Ying, Ina Maureen, and Uncle Apollo. Come dressed in your best Halloween costume and enjoy a night of drag, live music, drinks, and more!

When: 28 October

Where: Terrible Baby, Music Room, 4/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan

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Uma Nota

Are you ready for how busy Peel Street will get on Halloween as it is taken over by costumed party-goers? Uma Nota is dressing the part and invites you to two Halloween parties. To kick off the weekend, you can enjoy the three-hour Halloween free-flow drinks and fun package with beer, red, and white wines on Friday, 27 October. If you are still looking for a party on Saturday, you can join the TentaciónLatin dance and DJ party. On both nights, the best costumes will compete to win a weekend brunch for two at Uma Nota! Book your spots here.

When: 27–28 October

Where: Uma Nota, G/F, 38 Peel Street, Central

Photo: @relish.hk (via Instagram)

Relish

If bars and restaurants on Halloween night are not your thing, you could host your own spooky gathering this year! Relish’s interactive Murder Mystery dinner package is the perfect option. You can gather your friends for a spine-chilling evening spent solving mysteries over a candlelit three-course dinner paired with free-flow wine, prosecco, and beer. Learn more about the package here.

When: Now till 31 October

Where: Off-site or Unit 22D, Yally Industrial Building, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang

Photo: Ichu

Momia Azteca at Ichu

Are you ready for a spooky night at Ichu? The Momia Azteca Halloween celebrations draw from the restaurant’s Peruvian roots, offering patrons delicious food, live performances, music, and more. You can choose to arrive early and enjoy a selection of Ichu’s signature Nikkei cuisine at the free-flow brunch or the Halloween night brunch. Highlights include salmon tiradito, classic ceviche, and a surprise Halloween dessert.

For those who are ready to party, come dressed in your best spooky attire and head straight for the terrace where DJs Piesta, Jane Ki, and Bennie Blanco will take turns on the deck as you dance the night away. Early-bird tickets are available now till 22 October. Get your tickets here.

When: 28 October

Where: Ichu, 3/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central

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Photo: Discovery Bay

Spooky Chills at Discovery Bay

This Halloween, Discovery Bay will transform into a spooky wonderland with a range of themed decorations and attractions for all to enjoy. A spooky pumpkin forest has sprouted at DB Plaza, with adorably ghoulish pumpkins adorning water fountains and decorative bushes around the area. Don’t forget to stop and take a picture as you walk through this magical forest!

The Halloween Night Market is where you will find all your festive wares, from accessories to handicrafts and adorable costumes for your pets—look out for a certain pumpkin mascot as you browse through the market! Over at the DB Ice Rink, skaters will arrive to find the rink transformed into a Mad Scientist’s Ice Lab, complete with an immersive laboratory, a candy buffet bar, a slime workshop, a face-painting corner, and a costume contest with attractive prizes up for grabs. Finally, Lost HK will be hosting a series of Halloween-themed escape rooms to add to the festive thrills.

Learn more about Spooky Chills at Discovery Bay here.

When: Halloween Night Market and Mad Scientist Ice Lab on 29 October

Escape rooms every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, public holiday, and 30–31 October

Where: Various locations across Discovery Bay

Photo: Maggie Choo’s

Nightmares and Porcelain Dreams at Maggie Choo’s

Cocktail bar and cabaret venue Maggie Choo’s is offering party-goers a spine-chilling experience this Halloween. The Nightmares and Porcelain Dreams Halloween party features a series of live performances, live DJ beats, creepily elegant aerial acts, graceful contortionists, and dancers. Get your tickets here and prepare yourself for a night to remember.

When: 31 October

Where: Maggie Choo’s, Shop 1, G/F, 1–13 Hollywood Road, Central

Photo: Quality Goods Club

Halloween Canton Disco

Prepare for a dose of nostalgia at Quality Goods Club’s Halloween celebrations. The Canton Disco party features DJs Fabsabs and Ink on the decks spinning a range of Cantopop staples and disco bangers all night long. Come dressed in your best Halloween duds and dance the night away! Get your tickets here.

When: 28 October

Where: Quality Goods Club, B/F, On Lok House, 39–43 Hollywood Road, Central

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Photo: Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill

Cirque du Dan’s

A scary night is on the agenda at Lee Tung Avenue’s Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill! At Cirque du Dan’s, visitors will arrive to find the restaurant transformed into an eerie circus, complete with live DJ music and a five-hour free-flow that includes house wines, Prosecco, and house beers. Guests who come dressed in spine-tingling looks can enjoy a buy-one-get-one-free deal on Halloween cocktails such as the Spiced Pumpkin Bellini, Kom Boo Cha, Jack O’Shake, and Pennywise Martini. Don’t miss out and book your table here.

When: 28 October

Where: Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill, Shop G40, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai

Brick-or-Treat Monster Party at Legoland

Treat your little one to an unforgettable Halloween party this October! Legoland Discovery Centre is hosting the Brick-or-Treat Monster Party which includes a series of fun-filled, spooky activities. Highlights include the Halloween dancing party, where little ones are invited to show off their moves on the dance floor, and “The Great Monster Chase!” Halloween 4D experience, which includes a series of festive Lego-building workshops to get their creativity flowing. Learn more about Legoland’s Halloween offerings here.

When: Now till 31 October

Where: Legoland Discovery Centre Hong Kong, Shop B131–133, B1/F, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hong Kong Disneyland

As always on Halloween, Hong Kong Disneyland transforms into a twisted wonderland crawling with villains. Come dressed as your favourite Disney villain and take over a series of scary attractions!

Visitors are invited to a Wicked House Party hosted by the wicked fashion icon herself, Cruella de Vil, at House of De Vil-lains, which will be filled with large sculptures and installations inspired by Disney’s most villainous characters. Also in Adventureland is a show-stopping performance of the award-winning musicalLet’s Get Wicked!” where five villains join hands to put on a spectacularly evil showcase of the darkest Disney songs.

Join Mickey and his friends donning their autumnal best as they parade down Main Street USA for Mickey’s Halloween Time Street Party! We heard Mickey will arrive riding on a giant jack-o’-lantern! Finally, it would not be Halloween without some good ol’ trick-or-treating so don’t forget to follow the Wicked Fun Trick-or-Treat Trail and fill your baskets with sweets from the many stations across the park! Learn more about Disneyland’s Halloween offerings here.

When: Now till 31 October

Where: Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island

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Photo: Zuma

Forbidden Palace at Zuma

Step into Zuma’s Forbidden Palace this Halloween for a ghostly experience. Patrons can opt for a special-edition yashoku night brunch which includes starters, cold dishes, a sushi and sashimi platter, mains, and a free-flow package. An entry ticket includes two of Zuma’s Halloween-themed cocktails, free-flow Champagne, beer, and soft drinks, meaning you can sit back and enjoy a sip with your companions. The night will be filled with live DJ music, a wide range of performances, and surprises that will take your breath away. Come dressed in your best spectral attire for a chance to receive a treat! Get your tickets here.

When: 28 October

Where: Zuma, 5/F–6/F, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Monster Mash at The Sixteenth

Why not enjoy the cooler weather at The Sixteenth’s alfresco party for your spooky celebrations? Unleash your monstrous persona and dance the night away to live DJ music at Monster Mash. Entry includes a snack platter and two hours of free-flow champagne and selected drinks. Get your tickets here.

When: 28 October

Where: The Sixteenth, 2/F, Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay

Photo: Starstreet Precinct

Family Trick-or-Treat at Starstreet Precinct

Trick-or-treating is not as popular a tradition in Hong Kong neighbourhoods as it might be elsewhere around the world, but this year, why not give your little ones the chance to experience an authentic Halloween? Starstreet Precinct will be transformed into a prime neighbourhood for trick-or-treating where a selection of restaurants will give out sweets to the best-dressed trick-or-treaters. Don’t panic when you cross paths with the Zombie Flash Mob! Instead, join these friendly monsters and dance the night away on the streets. Learn more about the event here.

When: 29 October

Where: Starstreet Precinct, Wan Chai

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Photo: Ocean Park Hong Kong

Halloween Fest 2023 at Ocean Park

Hongkongers will know Halloween celebrations at Ocean Park are not to be taken lightly. Once again, get ready for a series of spine-chilling scares at Halloween Fest 2023! Themed the School of Unending Horror, visitors are invited to step through the creaky gates of a haunted campus filled with the screams of the undead.

Six themed horror zones await. The journey begins at the Ghostly School Bus Depot where a school bus will take you to an abandoned and haunted Spirit Boarding School. Walking around the campus of Bad Dues, you will encounter vengeful demons eager to drag any unassuming mortals through the portal to hell, so watch your step!

A secret door within the campus will lead you to an alternate yet no less mysterious and creepy dimension—the Netherworld, where endless corridors filled with bizarre patterns and mirror mazes stretch on for eternity. Another hidden zone on campus leads into the 180 Laboratory, the base for secret experiments that turn humans into mutant weapons. Visitors must survive the attack from an escaped subject and stop an infection from spreading in a deadly battle.

Behind the Spirit Boarding School is an equally haunted Demon Grove, a forgotten forest where those who encounter the bloodthirsty yōkai (a Japanese ghost) never return. Visitors must venture through the ruins of a Japanese village within the woods to retrieve missing people. On the other end of the grove lies an abandoned film set, The House of Wraith Puppet II, haunted by an actress whose spirit has been trapped on set. Traverse through the decorated dressing rooms but keep your hands to yourself—lest you want to anger the demoness.

If you manage to make your way back from the haunted campus, be sure to check out other—albeit more light-hearted—spooky attractions in the park! From a series of Halloween shows to photo spots and performances scattered around the area, there’s plenty to do for Halloween at Ocean Park this year. Ticket information is available here.

When: Now till 31 October

Where: Ocean Park Hong Kong, 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen

Photo: Island Shangri-La

Island Shangri-La

Island Shangri-La is celebrating Halloween with a whimsical touch. Inspired by the strange and bizarre world of Alice in Wonderland, visitors can delight in a parade, games, and activities. Guests will meet the Mad Hatter and his friends as the fantastical parade makes its way around the hotel, from the main lobby through the Lobby Lounge and Café Too. It would not be a proper Halloween without some treats! Young guests can take part in the Trick-or-Treat Extravaganza and follow an illustrated map around the hotel to pick up sweets. At Café Too, families can bond over a pumpkin-carving session and bring home a bespoke jack-o’-lantern. More information about Island Shangri-La’s Halloween offerings can be found on the website.

When: Parade on 21, 22, and 28–31 October

Trick-or-Treat Extravaganza on 28–29 October

Pumpkin carving on 27–31 October

Where: Island Shangri-La, Two Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty

LKF

LKF is pulling out all kinds of tricks for its Halloween celebrations this year. Monster Mash 2023: “Cirque du Freak” gathers everything bizarre and supernatural in LKFm so patrons can expect a wide variety of dining, drinking, and—of course—partying offers from restaurants in the neighbourhood. 

Baci is hosting “Untamed Beats,” a monstrously spectacular party complete with pulsating DJ music, delicious food, and a free-flow drinks package. Enjoy a “Mysterious Night of Magic” at Aria where magician Zenneth will offer a mind-bending performance for diners. Have your fortune read at Porterhouse’s “European Occults Tarot Reading” dining experience complete with a Halloween set menu. Witness the haunting beauty of Japanese theatre at Fumi with the “Edo Horror Geisha Night,” where patrons will be captivated by a graceful geisha dance as they dine.

A range of festive discounts and offers are also available at other bars and restaurants in LKF. Learn more about LKF’s Halloween offerings here.

When: 27 October at Fumi; 28 October at Porterhouse; 28 and 31 October at Aria and Baci

Where: Baci Trattoria and Bar, G/F, California Tower, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central

Aria, 24/F, California Tower, 30–36 D’Aguilar Street, Central

Porterhouse Seafood and Steak, 7/F, California Tower, 30–36 D’Aguilar Street, Central

Fumi, 6/F, California Tower, 30–36 D’Aguilar Street, Central

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Photo: Vibes

Vampire Nightmare Halloween Party at Vibes

Get ready for a wicked party this Halloween! The Vampire Nightmare Halloween party returns to Vibes this spooky season, where patrons will arrive to find the chic bar transformed into a haven for bloodthirsty monsters. Guests can enjoy a welcome glass of bubbles and four hours of open bar throughout the evening. Come dressed in your best Dracula-inspired outfit and party the night away to live DJ music! Get your tickets here.

When: 28 October

Where: Vibes, 5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.

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