How to have a happy and not-scary Halloween

If the ghouls and the gore at some of the more adult-themed Halloween shindigs are too much for you, check out these family-friendly versions for little ones and big kids

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1. Dive into spooky fun at the SEA Aquarium

The SEA Aquarium gets a Halloween makeover by way of divers dressed in skeleton suits, underwater pumpkin carvings and ‘eerie’ educational stations for its Spooky Seas event. The Vampire’s Lair and Mad Scentist’s Lab will thrill little ones eager to discover more about marine life (hey, a lot of sea creatures are quite creepy, right?), while Mai the Manta ray wants to go trick or treating with you. May we suggest dressing up as the Little Mermaid or a seafaring pirate on your aquarium sojourn?

The SEA Aquarium’s Spooky Seas is on till Nov 15; $28–$32 (adults) & $15–$22 (kids and seniors). Underwater pumpkin carvings only on weekends; www.rwsentosa.com/seaa.

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