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7 of the Best Things to Do in Seoul on a Budget

This article is brought to you by Klook. Experience Seoul to the fullest while still staying on budget with this list of things to do!If you’re flying to Seoul soon, then you’ve come to the right place! Seoul is best known for its delicious and spicy food, laid-back and aesthetic fashion sense, and the amazing world of K-pop and K-dramas. It’s a thriving city and exploring it can be quite pricey. But, as your travel buddy, we have just the solution to that! Are you up for an adventure to Seoul’s top attractions like aquariums, theme parks, and museums without draining your wallet? It’s a big city that’s ready to be explored so to kickstart your upcoming trip, read on to discover seven of the best things to do in Seoul while staying on budget!1. Have a fun-filled day at Seoul’s top theme park, Lotte World!Your trip to South Korea will never be complete without spending a day at Lotte World! Lotte World is one of the country’s top theme parks packed with rides like The Conquistador which is your usual pirate ship that will swing you through thrill and suspense as it goes higher and closer to the park’s ceiling, the World Monorail which is a sky train that will take you around Lotte World, and the French Revolution that will give you a thrill that you won’t forget as the ride takes you 360 or even up to 540 degrees at full speed — all these rides can be found in the Lotte World Adventure area! They also have Bungee, Gyro Spin, Gyro Drop, VR SPace, Flume Ride, Gyro Swing, and Comet Express in the Magic Island and Lotte World Adventure areas that are worth a try too.If you want to shop for souvenirs inside the theme park, just drop by Toy Plus, Castle Cart, Fantasy Gift Shop, or STAR SHOP Caricature. They also have a good selection of restaurants like Steff Hotdog for European hotdogs, Twosome Place for coffee and pastries, Ice Factory for refreshing popsicles, and Jumak for traditional Korean food!Kickstart your Seoul adventure at Lotte World!2. Marvel at breathtaking views of the city at N Seoul Tower!Feel like you’re on top of Seoul while standing inside N Seoul Tower! This is the place to be if you want to get a good view of the entire city. You won’t just get breathtaking views of the city, but also of Namsan Hill. N Seoul Tower is known to be a great spot to take Instagram-worthy photos of Seoul, so make sure to snap those photos for added beauty to your Instagram feed! Another activity that you can’t miss during your visit to N Seoul Tower is sealing your padlock onto the padlock-covered trees where you can make a wish! This can be done alone or with your loved ones.Enjoy spectacular views of Seoul at N Seoul Tower!3. Meet thousands of sea creatures at the Coex Aquarium!Welcome to the largest aquarium in Seoul! Coex Aquarium houses about 40,000 sea creatures in 183 tanks and some of them include sharks, stingrays, turtles, piranhas, octopus, eels, and jellyfish! Inside Coex Aquarium are 16 themed zones and some that you must visit are The Inca Empire, Amazonian World, Seven Seas, Ocean Kingdom, Marine Touch, and Undersea Tunnel. They also have crowd-favorite exhibits like the mermaid performance and penguin feeding. Drop by Coex Aquarium for a fun and educational experience!Fun fact: Aside from being the largest aquarium in Seoul, Coex Aquarium also has the most number of sharks in all of South Korea!Book your tickets to Coex Aquarium on Klook!4. Wear cute Korean school uniforms for a day, or 2!Feel like you’re in a K-drama with this Ehwa Korean School Uniform rental experience! Walk the streets of Seoul and take as many photos as you want while wearing a traditional Korean school uniform. You can even go to nearby attractions like Lotte World and Seokchon Lake while rocking the outfit for more fun and cultural experience. Before going around Seoul, make sure to take photos in Ehwa Gyobok’s studio first!Rent a Korean school uniform for up to 3 days via Klook!5. Pump up your adrenaline at Everland!Feeling energized and craving some thrill? Then head on over to South Korea’s largest theme park, Everland! Inside the theme park are five themed zones — Global Fair, American Adventure, Magic Land, European Adventure, and Zootopia. Some rides that you simply can’t miss are Thunder Falls, Amazon Express, Rolling X-Train, Raptor Ranger, and the iconic T-Express! If you’re a thrill-seeker, then the T-Express is one that you must take on! It’s a wooden roller coaster standing 200 feet tall from the ground and is recognized as the World’s Top 10 fastest wooden roller coaster at 104 km/h.Once you’re all thrilled out, visit the animal safari in Everland to take a breather and spend some time with the friendliest animals like pandas, elephants, giraffes, and tigers. You won’t only watch them, you’ll also get a chance to feed them! Remember to be gentle and keep your camera flashes off.Have a thrilling adventure at Everland!6. Travel back in time with this Hanbok experience!If you know a bit about Korean history, then you probably know that they used to wear hanboks back in the olden times. Hanbok is the traditional attire of Koreans that they still wear today for Korean holidays or on special occasions. With this hanbok rental, you'll get to experience South Korea's culture and history through clothing. Choose from over 500 beautifully-made hanboks and feel free to rent accessories as well to get the full look! This hanbok rental also comes with Korean hairstyling so make sure to take as many photos as you can in the studios or while roaming around the temples.Know more about South Korea's culture with this hanbok rental experience!7. Get artsy at the Alive Museum or pick your brain at the Dynamic Maze!This list won’t be complete without at least one museum. Ready to see some illusionistic and interactive art? At the Alive Museum, the art pieces will only be complete with a subject in them — you! There are several themed spots inside the museum but some spots that you can’t miss are Game Village where you can act as if your part of different games, Toy Village where you can rekindle your childhood with giant toys, and the hanok (Korean-style house) where you can experience what it’s like to live in a Korean home during the olden times. Make sure to strike your best poses because every corner inside the museum is Instagram-worthy!Do you have what it takes to escape? The Dynamic Maze will pick your brains during your attempt to unlock their escape rooms. It’s not your typical escape room where you simply look for clues and piece it all together. Dynamic Maze’s version of an escape room will require you to shoot some guns, throw some balls, walk through tight spaces, and even climb some ropes! They’ve taken escape rooms to the next level and it takes a lot of guts, energy, and brains to get to the exit! If you think that you and your group are up for this challenge, then ready your game faces and make sure to wear something comfortable.Interact with art at Alive Museum or take on the challenge at Dynamic Maze today by booking your tickets via Klook!Save more with a special pass from Klook!If you want to try some of the activities mentioned in this list but you’re on a budget, worry not! Klook offers a special Seoul Pass that will allow you to visit up to four attractions of your choice. This is your way to experience more of Seoul without breaking the bank!How does the pass work?1. Choose and purchase your ideal pass.2. Activate your pass by reserving activities in your bookings.3. Use your pass on any date at any activity included within the validity period. 4. Check the package details for specific inclusions.Now that you have an idea or two on how you can experience more and spend less on your next trip to Seoul, book the Seoul Pass now before flying out! Happy travels!Save more on your Seoul trip with Klook's Seoul Pass!Heading to South Korea for a holiday soon? Did you know that you can get up to 3.5% cashback on your bookings on Klook? Click here and start planning your holidays with Klook now!Information correct as of 28 November 2022.

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7 of the Best Things to Do in Seoul on a Budget

This article is brought to you by Klook. Experience Seoul to the fullest while still staying on budget with this list of things to do!If you’re flying to Seoul soon, then you’ve come to the right place! Seoul is best known for its delicious and spicy food, laid-back and aesthetic fashion sense, and the amazing world of K-pop and K-dramas. It’s a thriving city and exploring it can be quite pricey. But, as your travel buddy, we have just the solution to that! Are you up for an adventure to Seoul’s top attractions like aquariums, theme parks, and museums without draining your wallet? It’s a big city that’s ready to be explored so to kickstart your upcoming trip, read on to discover seven of the best things to do in Seoul while staying on budget!1. Have a fun-filled day at Seoul’s top theme park, Lotte World!Your trip to South Korea will never be complete without spending a day at Lotte World! Lotte World is one of the country’s top theme parks packed with rides like The Conquistador which is your usual pirate ship that will swing you through thrill and suspense as it goes higher and closer to the park’s ceiling, the World Monorail which is a sky train that will take you around Lotte World, and the French Revolution that will give you a thrill that you won’t forget as the ride takes you 360 or even up to 540 degrees at full speed — all these rides can be found in the Lotte World Adventure area! They also have Bungee, Gyro Spin, Gyro Drop, VR SPace, Flume Ride, Gyro Swing, and Comet Express in the Magic Island and Lotte World Adventure areas that are worth a try too.If you want to shop for souvenirs inside the theme park, just drop by Toy Plus, Castle Cart, Fantasy Gift Shop, or STAR SHOP Caricature. They also have a good selection of restaurants like Steff Hotdog for European hotdogs, Twosome Place for coffee and pastries, Ice Factory for refreshing popsicles, and Jumak for traditional Korean food!Kickstart your Seoul adventure at Lotte World!2. Marvel at breathtaking views of the city at N Seoul Tower!Feel like you’re on top of Seoul while standing inside N Seoul Tower! This is the place to be if you want to get a good view of the entire city. You won’t just get breathtaking views of the city, but also of Namsan Hill. N Seoul Tower is known to be a great spot to take Instagram-worthy photos of Seoul, so make sure to snap those photos for added beauty to your Instagram feed! Another activity that you can’t miss during your visit to N Seoul Tower is sealing your padlock onto the padlock-covered trees where you can make a wish! This can be done alone or with your loved ones.Enjoy spectacular views of Seoul at N Seoul Tower!3. Meet thousands of sea creatures at the Coex Aquarium!Welcome to the largest aquarium in Seoul! Coex Aquarium houses about 40,000 sea creatures in 183 tanks and some of them include sharks, stingrays, turtles, piranhas, octopus, eels, and jellyfish! Inside Coex Aquarium are 16 themed zones and some that you must visit are The Inca Empire, Amazonian World, Seven Seas, Ocean Kingdom, Marine Touch, and Undersea Tunnel. They also have crowd-favorite exhibits like the mermaid performance and penguin feeding. Drop by Coex Aquarium for a fun and educational experience!Fun fact: Aside from being the largest aquarium in Seoul, Coex Aquarium also has the most number of sharks in all of South Korea!Book your tickets to Coex Aquarium on Klook!4. Wear cute Korean school uniforms for a day, or 2!Feel like you’re in a K-drama with this Ehwa Korean School Uniform rental experience! Walk the streets of Seoul and take as many photos as you want while wearing a traditional Korean school uniform. You can even go to nearby attractions like Lotte World and Seokchon Lake while rocking the outfit for more fun and cultural experience. Before going around Seoul, make sure to take photos in Ehwa Gyobok’s studio first!Rent a Korean school uniform for up to 3 days via Klook!5. Pump up your adrenaline at Everland!Feeling energized and craving some thrill? Then head on over to South Korea’s largest theme park, Everland! Inside the theme park are five themed zones — Global Fair, American Adventure, Magic Land, European Adventure, and Zootopia. Some rides that you simply can’t miss are Thunder Falls, Amazon Express, Rolling X-Train, Raptor Ranger, and the iconic T-Express! If you’re a thrill-seeker, then the T-Express is one that you must take on! It’s a wooden roller coaster standing 200 feet tall from the ground and is recognized as the World’s Top 10 fastest wooden roller coaster at 104 km/h.Once you’re all thrilled out, visit the animal safari in Everland to take a breather and spend some time with the friendliest animals like pandas, elephants, giraffes, and tigers. You won’t only watch them, you’ll also get a chance to feed them! Remember to be gentle and keep your camera flashes off.Have a thrilling adventure at Everland!6. Travel back in time with this Hanbok experience!If you know a bit about Korean history, then you probably know that they used to wear hanboks back in the olden times. Hanbok is the traditional attire of Koreans that they still wear today for Korean holidays or on special occasions. With this hanbok rental, you'll get to experience South Korea's culture and history through clothing. Choose from over 500 beautifully-made hanboks and feel free to rent accessories as well to get the full look! This hanbok rental also comes with Korean hairstyling so make sure to take as many photos as you can in the studios or while roaming around the temples.Know more about South Korea's culture with this hanbok rental experience!7. Get artsy at the Alive Museum or pick your brain at the Dynamic Maze!This list won’t be complete without at least one museum. Ready to see some illusionistic and interactive art? At the Alive Museum, the art pieces will only be complete with a subject in them — you! There are several themed spots inside the museum but some spots that you can’t miss are Game Village where you can act as if your part of different games, Toy Village where you can rekindle your childhood with giant toys, and the hanok (Korean-style house) where you can experience what it’s like to live in a Korean home during the olden times. Make sure to strike your best poses because every corner inside the museum is Instagram-worthy!Do you have what it takes to escape? The Dynamic Maze will pick your brains during your attempt to unlock their escape rooms. It’s not your typical escape room where you simply look for clues and piece it all together. Dynamic Maze’s version of an escape room will require you to shoot some guns, throw some balls, walk through tight spaces, and even climb some ropes! They’ve taken escape rooms to the next level and it takes a lot of guts, energy, and brains to get to the exit! If you think that you and your group are up for this challenge, then ready your game faces and make sure to wear something comfortable.Interact with art at Alive Museum or take on the challenge at Dynamic Maze today by booking your tickets via Klook!Save more with a special pass from Klook!If you want to try some of the activities mentioned in this list but you’re on a budget, worry not! Klook offers a special Seoul Pass that will allow you to visit up to four attractions of your choice. This is your way to experience more of Seoul without breaking the bank!How does the pass work?1. Choose and purchase your ideal pass.2. Activate your pass by reserving activities in your bookings.3. Use your pass on any date at any activity included within the validity period. 4. Check the package details for specific inclusions.Now that you have an idea or two on how you can experience more and spend less on your next trip to Seoul, book the Seoul Pass now before flying out! Happy travels!Save more on your Seoul trip with Klook's Seoul Pass!Heading to South Korea for a holiday soon? Did you know that you can get up to 3.5% cashback on your bookings on Klook? Click here and start planning your holidays with Klook now!Information correct as of 28 November 2022.

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cafe Q classified - Gorgeous Floral-Themed Cafe with Crazy Rich Meepok and Sparkling Coffee

There are some places you have to see for yourself to believe your eyes, and café Q classified happens to be one of them.café Q classified is a floral themed cafe that surrounds you with pastel coloured flora and fauna while you dine. Perhaps we can even say that they're a botanical garden masquerading as a cafe, but that would be doing injustice to their food.A place for healingWith outlets at Takashimaya and Vivocity, and each taking on a pastel theme - pink and lilac respectively, they are the perfect rest and recharge spots for shoppers looking to transport themselves into a temporary alternate universe.We were invited for a taste test at the recently opened outlet at Vivocity, but all opinions expressed remain our own. The lilac-themed outlet at VivocityPerfect for the gramIn addition to the abundant flora and fauna on display, there was even bird cage seating, the kind which you usually only find outdoors, and a bicycle on display to give off those European carnival vibes. Complementing the floral theme are lush lilac and baby pink sofa seats and other mostly white and wooden furniture. Flower bouquets adorn every nook and cranny behind each table, giving you the perfect setting for your selfie shots.  No, the birds don't chirpLovely floral background for your selfiesSuch is the allure of this place, after we were seated at our table, we observed countless passers-by stopping in their tracks to grab a photo or two. Most tables were taken or reserved, and it wasn't even lunch time yetExpect to see a variety of sides, salads, mains, desserts, and beverages at café Q classified. There is also a special menu consisting of outlet-specific items. Exclusive items only available at the Vivocity outletExclusive items only available at the Takashimaya outletPlanning a trip down already? Be sure to check out some of their bestsellers below. 1. Summertime Ahi - $20.90Seared tuna slices are neatly layered atop a bed of rocket lettuce, roasted avocado, and topped with crispy wanton strips. Every bite of this dish was bliss - soft, buttery tuna meets tarty rocket lettuce and buttery avocado. A must-try.A dish packed full of goodnessLook at the colour of that seared tuna2. Trio Tacos - $18Spoilt for choice and looking for variety? This dish will cover all bases. Each regular-size taco is filled with one of satay, shredded duck, or crispy cauliflower, with all three providing a completely different taste profile. Expect plenty of crunch with the tacos too.Shredded duck, satay, and grilled cauliflower fillingsGet ready for crunch time3. Signature Fruit Rojak - $20.90Singaporeans' favourite salad dish gets a makeover here at café Q classified. In addition to the usual fruits, you get with your rojak, the likes of starfruit and grapefruit features in this colourful and flavourful dish. A whole soft-shell crab is also tossed in for an added crunch.A unique bowl of rojakWe don't usually associate having soft-shell crab and fruits together, but I have to say it was a refreshing experience after trying this for myself. The savoury taste of the soft-shell crab helped to balance some of the acidity of the citrus fruits. 4. Longbeach Satay Holiday $18It's hard to go wrong with satay. The Longbeach Satay Holiday came with 4 sticks of chicken satay and capsicum slices, 2 sticks of grilled bean curd, ketupat cubes, and their special peanut sauce. While $18 might seem a tad expensive for 4 sticks of satay, they made up for it with chunky chicken bits which were grilled to perfection. Their satay sauce was also a hit. It was not overly oily or sweet, and we really enjoyed the generous portion of finely chopped peanuts in the sauce.Satay grilled to perfectionGenerous amount of finely chopped peanuts5. Seafood Paella (Sharing Plate) - $38Paella soaked with the goodness of prawns, clams, mussels, mushrooms, and peas are served on a gigantic plate and topped with garnish. Seafood and saffron combine to give this savoury dish the flavours of the ocean. Serving size is also huge, probably enough for at least 4 people. Squid, mussels, clams, and scallops are cooked togetherGood for 3-4 peopleGenerous portion of fresh seafood6. Crazy Rich Meepok - $45Unassuming character makes way for rich and extravagent cousin. Korean drama? Nah, just café Q classified's take on the humble mee pok which we all love and enjoy. Tagliatelle, a long and flat type of Italian pasta, takes the place of mee pok. Soy sauce gives way for uni sauce, lean pork is substituted with a whole grilled lobster, with the icing on the cake (or mee pok) being the cavier which replaces minced meat. The result? An incredibly decadent and mouth-watering creamy pasta oozing with umami flavours.Uni, cavier, and lobsterUmami-packed7. Sparkling Coffee with Orange/Yuzu - $8.50Another item we found unique and specifically ordered was their Sparking Coffee with Orange/Yuzu. Coffee beans from renowned Italian coffee company Lavazza are used. This fizzy and mildly acidic drink was the perfect drink after all the heavy eating. with the caffeine kicking in shortly to stop us from going into our post-meal comatose.  Coffee beans from Lavazza are usedWide selection of sweet treats available tooConclusion? café Q classified feels like the kind of place you wished could be more frequently found in a built-up place like Singapore. It certainly was a breath of fresh air to see such an aesthetically pleasing and artfully decorated dining spot after navigating through the endless retail shops located at the gigantic Vivocity shopping mall. Check out café Q classified for yourself the next time you are out shopping at Vivocity or Takashimaya!meREWARDS 1-for-1 Dealscafé Q classified is well known for its wide variety of food, and you'll be thrilled to know that you can enjoy 1-for-1 on all Sides, Salads, and Mains simply by flashing your meREWARDS app! Talk about the perks of being a meREWARDS member!Go on, try out these delectable and decadent treats the next time you need a break from your shopping sprees at Vivocity or Takashimaya!The oasis in the dessertcafe Q classified (Takashimaya)Address: 391 Orchard Road #03-15 Takashimaya S.C., Ngee Ann City Singapore 238872Opening Hours: Daily 9.30am - 10pmNearest MRT Station: Orchard StationPhone: 6235 8812Website: https://qclassified.sg/cafe Q classified (Vivocity)Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #B1-02 VivoCity, Singapore 098585Opening Hours: Daily 9am - 10pmNearest MRT Station: Harbourfront StationPhone: 6252 2788Website: https://qclassified.sg/Looking for other chic cafes? Check out our review of Knock Knock: Dawn & Dusk, a dual-menu and dual-atmosphere cafe here.This review was brought to you in partnership with cafe Q classified.

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Where to Shop for Halloween Costumes in Singapore 2022

As October beckons, there’s only one thing on our minds - Halloween! While spooktacular events are kept to a minimum, that’s no excuse not to dress up with the little ones this year. Whether you’re going trick-or-treating or checking out Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Night exhibition, we got you covered on the best places to shop for costumes – from the cutesy Disney characters to spooky outfits. Are you ready, boo?Read: 10 Best Instagram-worthy & Hidden Gem Spots You Should Check Out in Singapore1. SpotlightSource: Spotlight SingaporeSource: Spotlight SingaporeYou can’t skip Spotlight when shopping for Halloween costumes. This craft store is known for having an extensive range of fabrics, art materials, face paint and more. It’s the go-to store if you’re planning to create a DIY costume. If all fails, opt for their ready-made costumes off the shelves – saves so much time if you’re in a hurry.Address: Plaza Singapura and WestgateOpening hours: 11am – 9pm for both outletsRead: 15 Virtual Travel Experiences You Can Enjoy from Home2. SephoraSource: SephoraLevel up your costume outfit with makeup from Sephora. Whether you’re adding layers of foundation to look like Wednesday Addams (from Addams Family) or donning a blood red lipstick like Cruella (from The Hundred and One Dalmations), Sephora has them all.Address: Bugis+, Causeway Point, ION Orchard, NEX Mall, Plaza Singapura, Suntec City, Takashimaya, Tampines 1, The Shoppes at MBS, VivoCity and WestgateOpening hours: Varies for different outletsShop Sephora online here and earn Cashback on every order.Read: KYDRA Singapore: Homegrown Activewear Launches Functional Men's Collection - Explore Your Adventure3. Cotton On KidsSource: Cotton OnSource: Cotton OnFor a more relaxed and not too over-the-top costume, Cotton On Kids is your best option. This affordable brand from Australia packs a range of outfits during the Halloween season. Whether it’s a scary ghoulish or cutesy princess outfit, head over to the nearest outlet in your neighbourhood today.Address: Plaza Singapura, Wisma Atria, VivoCity, Waterway Point, Anchorpoint and Suntec CityOpening hours: Varies for different outletsShop Cotton On here and enjoy 1.5% Cashback.Read: Earn More Savings When You Shop with meREWARDS Cashback4. ShopeeSource: Shopee SGSource: Shopee SGWith everything at your fingertips, Shopee is the go-to marketplace anytime and anywhere. If you’re planning to decorate your house with props, they have an array of options such as candlelight pumpkins, vampire blood bags, cotton spider webs and many more. But if you’re more interested in something more palatable, check out the Baby Shark Full Body Suit Costume and Donut Cosplay outfits that’ll put a smile on your face.Address: Available online only.Opening hours: -Shop stylish baby essentials at Little Bearnie.5. Art FriendSource: Art FriendGet crafty with your outfit this Halloween with DIY products from Art Friend – it’s one of the best art stores in Singapore. An artist’s playground for design projects, shop here for Snazaroo face paint (easily applicable and removable), fabric markers, glue guns, pearls, tapes and many more. Shop online and get free delivery for orders above $100, for a limited time only.Address: Bras Basah Complex, Plaza Singapura and Clementi CentralOpening hours: Varies for different outlets6. DaisoSource: DaisoSource: DaisoYour one-stop shop for all the things you need, Daisois everyone’s favourite $2 megastore. Pop by any of their 24 Daiso stores and be spooked by their Halloween set-up and costumes galore. From face paint, wigs, party masks and pumpkin lamps find them all here at Daiso. Also check out ThreePpy stores, it’s a new brand under Daiso where most of the items cost about $5.80 to $18.80 – more options for everyone!Address: VivoCity, Marina Square, Funan Mall, Thomson Plaza and moreOpening hours: Varies for different outlets7. Global MascotFor the widest range of costumes (available ready or custom-made), Global Mascot is the store to check out for Halloween or themed parties. Browse through a range of Sci-Fi, horror flick or cartoon characters for rent. But if you don’t find something you like, you can even customise your costume.Address: 114 Lavender St CT Hub #01-55/56 S338729Opening hours: Mon to Sat 11am – 7pm, closed on Sun & PHShop a range of baby clothes and accessories with PatPat.8. Costumes ‘N’ PartiesSource: Costumes 'N' PartiesWhether you’re dressing up as your favourite Hollywood movie, video game character or donning a vintage outfit (re: The Great Gatsby), turn your fantasy into a reality with Costumes ‘N’ Parties. For the little ones, they have a range of options including Avengers Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America and many more.Address: Havelock II, Unit #02-16/17/18, S059763Opening hours: Mon to Fri 11am – 8pm, and Sat 11am – 6pm, closed on Sun & PHRead: Trendy and Affordable Items with Low Agent and Shipping Fee from ezbuy for Your Home9. Children’s Costume SpecialistSource: Children's Costume SpecialistSource: Children's Costume SpecalistFor the best kids Halloween costumes, you can turn to Children’s Costumes Specialistfor a cutesy outfit. Passionate to ensure the little ones have a memorable experience, you’ll find various outfits here for Halloween celebrations and school performances. Enjoy free delivery for orders above $100.Address: AZ@Paya Lebar, 140 Paya Lebar Rd, #05-10, S409015Opening hours: Tues to Sat 12pm – 7pm, closed on Mon, Sun & PHRead: Free Online Courses & Workshops You Should Attend to Upskill and Get Certified10. Pan-in-the-BoxA favourite amongst cosplayers for impressive anime costumes, Pan-in-the-Box also has Halloween costumes available for rental. With over 15 years of experience, you can be assured quality with their products and customer service provided. Step into the store and scare yourself silly and don the creepy clown masks, prosthetic noses or check out their wigs collection and more.Address: 1015 Geylang East Avenue 3 #01-29, Paya Lebar MRT, Exit COpening hours: Mon to Sat 10.30am – 8.30pm, Sun 10.30am – 7pmFor successful cashback tracking, sign in to meREWARDS and click ‘Buy Now’ in brands’ pages. For more information on cashback, read here.

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