When we entered Spooktacular Sentosa at Fort Siloso, I didn’t know what to expect. I wasn’t sure if I should be feeling afraid, scared or frightened. What made me uneasy is the fact that it is the first time Fort Siloso is opened to the public after sunset- I hear stories of World War II Japanese soldiers roaming at night. To make it more eerie, I was told that one of the ‘talent’ is not part of the crew, and I should leave the little girl alone if I feel something is wrong. Eerie as it sounds, I am determined to see for myself if this is true
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The 5 trails were indeed fun and exhilarating, highly recommended for a ‘fun & scary’ Halloween experience but be sure to be in light clothing (it can get real hot- my attire ) and comfortable shoes (alot of walking required).
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