Chances are that you’ve probably heard about the SingapoRediscovers vouchers, first introduced to all of us in mid-August. Maybe you just don’t know just what to spend it on yet. Or perhaps you’re not thinking of using them at all. But what if I told you that, with SingapoRediscovers, you can get your Halloween spirit on while supporting a local business?
Oriental Travel and Tours is offering everyone in Singapore to take a look at what things in the places people don’t go to after dark. From World War II memorials to sprawling Chinese cemeteries dotted with forgotten graves, their three hour long tour’s got it all. History buffs will be chuffed at learning and experiencing history and adrenaline junkies will delight in the chills of exploring creepy places with handheld “ghost-detecting” devices.
That’s right, Oriental Travel and Tours actually gives out funky devices meant for detecting and communicating with the dearly departed. According to this TodayOnline article, it signals the presence of unexplained guests with flashes of light. Now that might be more spine-chilling than even Universal Studio Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights!
Given that Creepy Tales of Singapore has garnered 5 star reviews on every platform I can locate the tour on, it’s safe bet that anyone going for the tour is in for an enriching and unforgettable experience.
Here are some quick details you should know.
The tour starts at Haw Par Villa MRT Station (Exit A), which is almost painfully apt. It starts at 7:30pm, basically when the sunlight is all but gone. It lasts for three hours, so wear comfortable clothes and wear comfortable shoes.
Also, it is usually a $150 per person deal but with SingapoRediscovers, you can get 30% off with the code Creepy30. Check out SingapoRediscovers’ official page for the tour! And do note that on Oriental Travel and Tours’ website, it specifies that there is a minimum of two persons. So go and bully one of your friends into joining you if you want to!
Do you believe in hauntings? What are your views on what are possibly Singapore’s most haunted places with only candles to light your way? Visit Oriental Travel and Tours page for the Creepy Tales of Singapore tours here.