The Top Penang Halloween Party Celebration
The state’s most significant or rather creepiest do in October 2018 is The Top Penang Halloween Party Celebration to attract 3,000 visitors to Komtar Tower.
The Craziest Halloween Tower Festival’s biggest celebration on the theme of “Creepy Town” will be celebrated in Penang on Saturday, October 27th, 2018.
The Top Penang assistant operations director, Kelvin Koo, said that the KOMTAR Tower would be decorated with haunting Halloween décor, all in line with keeping the spooky theme “alive.”
The decorations will for the entire month from 1st October 2018 until 31st October 2018.
Halloween’s “Creepy Town” theme started from Komtar Walk till Level 6 and is followed by Level 59 to Level 68.
Ghoulish inhabitants of “Creepy Town” are there to welcome any innocent humans who happen to wander in.
This is the grotesque mutants’ home ground that will get your skin crawling as your hair stand on ends.
Where is Halloween first celebrated?
Halloween is an ancient Celtic festival of Samhain when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts.
This day also marked the end of summer and the years’ harvest. It was the beginning of a cold dark winter.
Halloween is often associated with death as many homeless poor die from the bitter cold of winter.
On the night of October 31, the Celts celebrated Samhain. A festival marking the return for otherworldly spirits and the ghosts of the dead returned to earth.
A belief is akin to the “Hungry Ghost” festival in Malaysia.
The evening before was known as All Hallows Eve and later Halloween. Over time, Halloween evolved into a day of activities like trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, festive gatherings, donning costumes, and eating sweet treats.
Watch out for the “Hand”
For some of us, we remember the funny, comical, not so scary “Hand” from the 1960s TV series The Addams Family.
“Thing” is a fictional character in The Addams Family series.
“Thing” was initially conceived as a whole creature that was too horrible to see in person.
The only part of it that was tolerable was its human hand. ~ Wikipedia
All Saints Day
In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honor all saints and all martyrs on All Saints Day.
The church replaced the Celtic festival of the dead with a related church-sanctioned holiday. November 2, All Souls’ Day, is a day to honor the dead.
Trick or Treat?
This is not a camping trip where you sit around the campfire retelling ghost stories.
The undead of “Creepy Town” will scare entertain thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies with magic spells and tricks.
It is not only a nighttime candy-collecting dress-up fun for courageous kids; adults and trick-or-treaters can join in the scary party.
You don’t have to believe in ghouls or see them freak out. They see you first, and you run!
For all the time you ate salmon sushi and never once wondered what the salmon thought about you! Muahahaha, you can try to frighten the kids with this!
And watch them go BLEK!!!
Are there, spooks?
Terrifying Halloween attractions have expanded beyond mere haunted houses and things that go bump in the middle of the night.
These new Halloween party experiences take scares to the next level with food.
Is your drink poisoned?
Dust off your broomsticks, and head to Komtar tower, it has been transformed into “Creepy Town” for the whole of October.
The Top Penang brings ghouls and treats out of the closet with the skeleton.
It’s Time to play spooky with the cleverly mixed terror and fun for a spine-chilling experience cheers to a “bloody” drink.
Get ready. You’ve been warned as the ghosts and vampires will terrify and push your nerves to the limit.
If you think eating human parts is scary, wait until you meet cannibals. This will test your sanity and stamina.
Get ready to run.
By the time you hear the chainsaw, it’s already too late.
If you have your game on, a wild imagination, some artistic flair, come dressed to scare your friends, as a zombie bride or a sexy vampire, and end up looking frighteningly fabulous as you party the night away.
Remember to run and hide before daybreak!
Halloween “Creepy Town” theme Party Magic
For party revelers and families out for a fun time, check out the celebrations to set a record of approximately 3000 people to join the party at The Top Penang.
The entrance fees are RM48 per person. Grab the early bird tickets at only RM86 for two persons.
The ticket price sold includes a door gift, F&B Voucher, free access to Musical Carousel, Zombie Outbreak, and a single entry for the lucky draw.
The Top Penang Halloween Party Celebration ~ Party Central
The party starts at the Main Atrium, Level 5 at 5 pm with a Halloween line dance, Zumba performance, kids dance. The grand opening ceremony begins at 8:30 pm.
Get ready to be entertained by our magician and our special guest DJs spinning the latest dance hits.
There is a competition for the best selfie contest based on categories.
Dining in the Restaurants
A special Halloween menu package will be available in three participating restaurants.
The CocoCabana Bar & Bistro, Top View Restaurant, and Imperial Court Chinese Restaurant have special menus.
Dinners for this particular restaurant will have free access to celebrate their Halloween party at The Sky level 68.