Sembawang residents go 100% with spooky Halloween decorations – Mothership.SG

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It’s scary season again.

Image by Ong Ye Kung / Facebook.

This time around, a group of Sembawang residents went all out with their Halloween decorations.

Corridor of horror

Singapore Minister of Health and Member of Parliament for Sembawang, Ong Ye Kung, Underline residents’ decorating efforts in a Facebook post on October 30.

For the occasion, the inhabitants painted the city, or rather the corridor, in red, and lined it with cobwebs, skulls, mini pumpkins and ghoul skeletons.

Image by Ong Ye Kung / Facebook.

Image by Ong Ye Kung / Facebook.

Image by Ong Ye Kung / Facebook.

The nun even made a special appearance.

Image by Ong Ye Kung / Facebook.

At the sign of the “bloody” torture tools strung along the wall of the corridor, the inhabitants probably had fun putting up these decorations.

Image by Ong Ye Kung / Facebook.

Image by Ong Ye Kung / Facebook.

You can see Ong’s Facebook post below:

In other parts of Sembawang

Other residents of Sembawang also joined in the season of fear and took the time to decorate their gardens.

A couple of active residents in Singapore took advantage of the view and shared it on Facebook groups like Singapore hikers, SG PCN Cyclist, and Walk with the wind.

Image of Ericia Livelovelaugh/Facebook.

Image of Ericia Livelovelaugh/Facebook.

Image of Ericia Livelovelaugh/Facebook.

Image of Stephen tan/Facebook.

Image of Keith Comment/Facebook.

Image of Andrew Soh/Facebook.

Image of Andrew Soh/Facebook.

Image of Lok of the winds/Facebook.

Image of Li-May chew/Facebook.

Image of Li-May chew/Facebook.

An inhabitant of the colonial estate of Sembawang, AJ Adamé, also shared a video of his decorations.

Halloween at Woodgrove

An annual affair, it looks like the spooky season is also in full swing for the residents of Woodgrove Estate in Woodlands, who never fail to celebrate and set up Halloween decor every year.

Image of Teak Hian Lim/Facebook.

Image of Teak Hian Lim/Facebook.

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