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Sentosa Spooktacular: There Will Be No Fort Siloso

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The Halloween venue for Sentosa Spooktacular transforms into an immersive haunted village, Laddaland.

Sentosa Spooktacular returns this Halloween with a renewed, more immersive and integrated experience for visitors, whereby all 40,000 square metres of Fort Siloso will be transformed into a haunted residential zone, and visitors will venture through basements and houses just as how they would explore a new neighbourhood they just moved into. Visitors will experience an extended walkthrough each lasting about 20 to 30 minutes, and make a prolonged heart-pounding journey as they brace themselves for anticipated twists and turns, as well as sudden shocking moments.

Fort Siloso’s combined natural settings, existing artilleries and tunnels present excellent assets to transform into the interior of houses and facility buildings, tracing the journey of spirits and souls who once lived in those houses, and may still lurk in the dark. The transformation of Fort Siloso into Laddaland in Sentosa Spooktacular 2014 is based on Thai movie production house GTH’s well-received movie, Laddaland. Story has it that a family of four started on a new life journey and moved into Laddaland, ready to settle in a beautiful home they could call their own and live their dreams. Laddaland contains a dark secret – a ruthless murder of a Burmese maid in their neighbour’s house, whose mangled body was found stuffed inside a refrigerator. Other featured houses in Laddaland will also highlight GTH’s other popular movies including The Swimmers, Alone, and Countdown. The journey through these haunted houses will take visitors through an altered state of mind, twisted pathways underground and underwater, and many other familiar scenes from the movies.


Tickets can be purchased from the Sentosa Spooktacular website, or from Sentosa ticketing counters.




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