CENTRAL EMBASSY | EXPERIENCE - The World in One Bite 2018
EXPERIENCE - The World in One Bite 2018
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Thriller Corp.

26-31 October 2018
Open House, Level 6





Thriller Corp. are looking for the best LITTLE Monster Wannabes at Open House, to become part of the ‘Spook-tastic Gang’!

So have you got what it takes to become a scary, ghoulish, make ‘em jump member of Thriller Corp.? Pass all the Monster tests & win your treat (or trick!)

Or are you too scared?!


Monster Make-Over Dept.

Find your scariest look

You’ll find everything here…masks, face paint, cloaks, hats


The Fright Night Photo Booth

Take the scariest photo for your staff photo!

The more you scare our staff…the more stamps you’ll win

Now you are ready to join Thriller Corp.

Complete the Missions & win as many stamps as you can for the Monster Munch Candy Fountain at the end!

MISSION 1 : Wheel of Misfortune

Spin the Wheel & find your game.

MISSION 2: Void of Terror

Get your hand right into the mysterious box!

& collect as many spiders as you can.

The more you get, the more stamps you collect!


It’s time to hand over your stamps to see what Trick & Treat bag you get! (Don’t worry, Thriller Corp. Employees always get treats!)

Now fill up your bag with Monster Munch!

(Monster Warning – don’t eat them all at once!)

How to join

– Entry is 300.- (Coupons can be purchased at the ticket booth.)

– Free entry when you spend 500.- at Open House.

(Please show receipts at the staff desk, does not include receipts from the Embassy Diplomat Screens.)

– Monsters under 4 years must be supervised by adults at all times.

– Monsters with any types of illness should not enter Thriller Corp.

– Food & drink from outside are not allowed in Thriller Corp.

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