Halloween is getting bigger every year here and looks like most grocery shops are fully prepared with sweets, pumpkins and outfits. If you don’t want to spend a fortune, head to Daiso where I saw some perfectly adequate decoration for RM5. If you are serious about Halloween and want to dress up, check out this list of costume rental places in KL. My kids think I am scary enough as I am so I won’t be needing a costume.

Many condos and neighbourhoods have trick or treating organised by active parents, but if yours doesn’t, you can always head to one of the events in town – many are running on both next weekend and the actual Halloween weekend.

Watch this space: we will update our customary list of Halloween events in KL for kids in time for Halloween!

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