These are the coolest decorations I have seen by far. Especially the fake blood in the fake IV drip.
I’m imagining the syrup within must be sickly sweet.
Loads of creepy sweets. Another cool one was the body parts sushi candy.
This creepy green skeleton guy had flashing lights.
Yummy Reeses peanut buttercups – Halloween edition with bats and a haunted castle.
Cobwebs and witches were part of the supermarket decoration. I wonder if the check-out girls with will in witches hats on 31st October.
And what’s Halloween without pumpkins and ghosts.
There were some masks and costumes as well, including an Avatar one. But the range is still pretty limited, and I guess you’d make your own costume if you wanted to be truly unique this Halloween. I also noticed more costumes at Spotlight at Dhoby Ghaut.
That’s the best Halloween selection I’ve seen so far. I’ll have to check it out.
Yeah I love Halloween related stuff – such a fun holiday. It was the most interesting by far. NTUC was kinda boring.
Yeah agree.. I think in the past couple of years, Halloween has started to gain popularity in Singapore. We are pretty excited about Halloween here in Geneva. We’re going to a party here hosted by our American friends. Not quite sure what to expect 😉
I can’t wait to see your Halloween costume. I am sure it will be truly unique and fabulous.
I think I’m just going to reuse my Oktoberfest costume… hehe.. The Man’s costume on the other hand looks pretty cool!
I hope you photograph it for us to see 🙂
Halloween has become a huge holiday. When I was a kid, it was all about homemade costumes and one night of trick-or-treating.
Do they sell some stuff for pranking people too?
saw some severed hands with blood around them at Rochor Centre’s Blanco Court shop which was filled with Halloween stuff.
We need to put up our Halloween decorations…I brought some home from the states.
I am imagining that your home is going to look spooktacular 😉