Since the dawn of time, there is one event man feared and anticipated above all others; a moment of unending darkness, bizarre mayhem and unimaginable fun! Clarke Quay’s supreme night of Halloween Celebration brings you Spooky Encounters on 27 October 2012, Saturday from 10pm till Midnight at Clarke Quay Central Square. So come in your scariest and lose sight of what’s real with every step you take as you journey with us through terrifying themed parties, streets filled with wandering ghouls and spine tingling Halloween concoctions.
Hosted by 98.7FM DJs Rosalyn Lee and Bobby Tonelli, admission to this wild celebration of darkness is free as we let loose to wicked rock tunes by Raw Energy and ghoulish fun filled activities. Tune in to 98.7FM to find out how you can join Mediacorp DJs Glenn Ong, Jean Danker and Yasminne Cheng on a witch hunt around Attica, Beer Market, China One and The Arena. Behold that creepy tingling sensation all night as you mask-up with our Face painters and have your picture taken with our infamous Ghost Bride and terrifying monsters. All these for a night of paranormal fun! (Refer to Annex A for full event details)
Step into the abyss of Hell, each more terrifying than the last at Rebel and Zirca as they torment your body and soul at Chamber of the Damned. Head to Beer Market; The Kingdom of Crystal Skulls for a myriad of treasures and myths. Brace yourself for a journey through the depths with sea creatures at Aquanova where the bizarre and ferocious sea serpents lurk. Escape into the forsaken woods at Mulligan’s as the malevolent energy of the forest surrounds. Other participating outlets with themed parties include China One, Cuba Libre, Hooters Singapore and Tomo Izakaya. (Refer to Annex B for full party and promotion listing)
Choose your poison as we dare you to try the many unusual concoctions guaranteed to surprise you with an unexpected taste. The Beheaded Geisha (Sansui), Maelstrom (Fremantle) and Brain Enema (Hooters Singapore) are amongst the many wicked concoctions available for this special night. For more sordid Halloween drinks and dining privileges visit Beer Market, ChinaOne, Cuba Libre, Little Saigon and Mad for Garlic. (Refer to Annex B for full party and promotion listing)
So get ready this All Hallows Eve for an unforgettable, fun and complete experience at Clarke Quay. What’s more! Come dressed in your best costumes and you might just get to enjoy free entry to clubs, discounts on drinks and a chance to win many attractive prizes at participating outlets.
Log on to www.clarkequay.com.sg/halloween for more details.
Located along the iconic Singapore River, Clarke Quay sits on a historical commercial site dating back to the 19th Century. Today, Clarke Quay has been boldly restored and refurbished into five beautiful waterfront godowns under a climate controlled canopy lit by coloured lighting, creating a modern and cosmopolitan ambience amidst the tradition and history. On its premises is an amazing array of 62 distinctive F&B, entertainment, retail and lifestyle outlets. Find the city’s trendiest nightspots and cuisine from across the globe, all at Clarke Quay – the Soul of the City. Visit www.clarkequay.com.sg for the latest F&B and entertainment promotions.
CMT is the first Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) listed on Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) in July 2002. CMT is also the largest REIT by asset size, approximately S$10.1 billion and by market capitalisation, S$6.4 billion (as at 29 June 2012) in Singapore. CMT has been assigned an "A2" rating by Moody's Investors Service. The "A2" rating is the highest rating assigned to a Singapore REIT.
CMT owns and invests in quality income-producing assets which are used, or predominantly used, for retail purposes primarily in Singapore. As at 30 June 2012, CMT's portfolio comprised a diverse list of approximately 2,600 leases with local and international retailers and achieved a committed occupancy of 98.6%. CMT's 15 quality retail properties, which are strategically located in the suburban areas and Downtown Core of Singapore, include Tampines Mall, Junction 8, Funan DigitaLife Mall, IMM Building, Plaza Singapura, Bugis Junction, Sembawang Shopping Centre, JCube, Raffles City Singapore (40.0% interest), Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, Bukit Panjang Plaza,
Rivervale Mall, The Atrium@Orchard, Clarke Quay and Bugis+. CMT also owns 122.7 million units in CapitaRetail China Trust, the first China shopping mall REIT listed on SGX-ST in December 2006. In May 2011, CMT took a 30.0% stake in a joint venture to develop a prime land parcel at Jurong Gateway named Westgate, marking its first foray into greenfield developments. CMT is managed by an external manager, CapitaMall Trust Management Limited, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CapitaMalls
CapitaMalls Asia Limited is one of the largest listed shopping mall developers, owners and managers in Asia by total property value of assets and geographic reach. CapitaMalls Asia has an integrated shopping mall business model encompassing retail real estate investment, development, mall operations, asset management and fund management capabilities. It has interests in and manages a pan-Asian portfolio of 101 shopping malls across 52 cities in the five countries of Singapore, China, Malaysia, Japan and India, with a total property value of approximately S$30.7 billion (HK$190.1 billion) and a total GFA of approximately 92.4 million sq ft.
Shopping malls in the portfolio include ION Orchard and Plaza Singapura – which are located in one of the world’s most famous shopping streets, Orchard Road – Raffles City Singapore and Clarke Quay in Singapore. Our landmark shopping malls in China are CapitaMall Crystal in Beijing, Hongkou Plaza in Shanghai and Raffles City Shanghai; and CapitaMall Jinniu in Chengdu. The portfolio also includes Gurney Plaza in Penang, Malaysia; Vivit Square in Tokyo, Japan; as well as Forum Value Mall in Bangalore, India. CapitaMalls Asia’s principal business strategy is to invest in, develop and manage a diversified portfolio of real estate used primarily for retail purposes in Asia, and to strengthen its market position as a leading developer, owner and manager of shopping malls in Asia.