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Resorts World Genting is Bringing On All The Treats This Halloween 2019

Do you feel the spookiness in the air? It’s Halloween. And there’s nothing quite like a Resorts World Genting Halloween, with the mountaintop resort getting a scary makeover to encourage guests to get into the Halloween mood this month.

For the whole of October, your favourite snacks at Resorts World Genting are getting a scary festive makeover and there will also be plenty of eerie performances to keep you suitably entertained. A special Halloween-themed weekend will also take over the first-ever Starlight Carnival, taking the creepy atmosphere outdoors in a spine-chilling celebration of food, movies, music and games.

The scary season will be served up on silver platters at SkyTropolis Indoor theme park kiosks – the perfect way to indulge in between adrenaline-inducing rides. Savour a Witch’s Finger from Malaysian Delights, bite into a Bloody Brain Cupcake at Think Pink or grab a Popcorn Halloween Bucket from the Popcorn & Fairy Floss kiosk.

If these delicious ghoulish treats aren’t enough, there is plenty more ghostly grub to enjoy. The Bites & Delights kiosk leans in with a monster theme, serving up Sushi Monsters, Baby Ghost Busters and Frankensteins, while Malaysian Delights offers more supernatural dishes like a Monster Bone and Ghost Pumpkin Pies. Over at the Local Pastries kiosk, try a yummy Mummy Wrap or test yourself with a tantalising Death Dessert at Think Pink.

Once you’re suitably sated, head over to the towering atrium of SkyAvenue to grab front row spaces to watch the new SkySymphony show, Spookadilly. An original production by Genting Studios, the musical show is set in the Midnight Manor, with the charismatic Estate Manager – Bonediddy – leading the Manor’s population of skeletons, mummies, ghosts and witches in a whimsical musical spectacular. Playing out across SkySymphony’s wraparound screens and the kinetic, transforming winch ball system, Spookadilly is a spine-tingling, bone-chilling production that promises fun (and scares) for the whole family.

From screens to stage, be sure to also stay on for the Halloween Parade for more outworldly amusement. Scheduled at 3pm and 5pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout October, the parade will see the Highland Heroes – Resorts World Genting’s beloved animal mascots – march their way up and down SkyAvenue, greeting guests and setting the monstrous mood. The parade begins at Hilltop Grocer at SkyAvenue, stopping at Madam Kwan’s, Absolute Thai and Din Tai Fung, before returning back to Hilltop Grocer.

What Halloween celebration is complete without a reference to the most iconic scary music video of all time? Jump in and join in as the SkyTropolis stage rattles and hums to Michael Jackson’s Thriller and other spooky songs. Performed by the SkyTropolis Show Squad, the Dance Show takes place every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7pm and 8pm over the month of October. An additional show is scheduled for Monday (October 28) with 4 shows – at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7pm – scheduled for Halloween Day on Thursday.

And finally, head on outside into the cool mountain breeze at enjoy the first-ever Starlight Carnival. On Halloween weekend, the Carnival will be given a chilling makeover to match the season. Expect to see Jack O’Lanterns, coffins, zombies, cobwebs, cobwebs with spiders, cobwebs with more spiders and all other elements of a truly scary Halloween evening to accompany the Carnival’s curated combo of film, food, fiesta and fun.

So come on up to Resorts World Genting for a truly spectacular Halloween celebration – where delicious food, fantastic entertainment and frightening fun await you around every corner. For more information, visit www.rwgenting.com or call +603 2718 1118. 

Source: Press Release

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