Spooktacular – Laddaland Promises To Be A Heart-stopping Experience

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Sentosa Leisure Management Pte Ltd and its partner, GMM Tai Hub Co. Ltd, unveiled plans for an exciting new property development at Sentosa’s Spooktacular Village – Laddaland. This October, all 40,000 square metres of Fort Siloso will be redeveloped into Laddaland, a prime leasehold property, and promises a heart-stopping lifestyle for adrenaline junkies.

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Said Mr. Jimmy Wong, Chief Property Agent (and also Events Director), Sentosa Leisure Management Pte Ltd, “The historic site, Fort Siloso, has always had residents come and go since World War 2. It is a unique and ageless property which offers good potential for development. Our partnership with GTH to redevelop the area into Laddaland will feed an insatiable demand for fun and fresh scares.”

Jimmy Wong, Events Director, Sentosa Leisure Management

The premier Thai horror moviemaker GTH will be introducing new features to the development. The entire Laddaland development will be immersed in a veil of horror, based on GTH’s international horror hits such as Laddaland, Alone, Countdown and their upcoming production, The Swimmers. Visitors can choose their preferred neighbourhoods and horror pathways as they tread through 20 – 30 minutes of prolonged fear and suspense. With elements from the movies infused into various parts of the haunted Laddaland at Sentosa’s Spooktacular Village, one can expect a concoction of Asian horror folklore and out-of-this-world experiences that will arrest all human senses.

In addition to the attractive features, Laddaland has a unique price model. Units are priced from $56.60 and have a special five-hour lease.

For more information, check out the Sentosa Spooktacular website (www.spooktacular.com.sg) and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/sentosa.spooktacular), where fear-enthusiasts can join in the showroom tour of what lurks in Laddaland.
Ticket can be purchased from the Spooktacular website (www.spooktacular.com.sg), or from Sentosa ticketing counters.

Image credit: Sentosa Spooktacular

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