(Halloween Styloween Hong Kong Zombie Walk's welcome pack & Halloween Styloween Masquerade Party Pass are included)
Halloween Styloween Hong Kong Zombie Walk
DATE: 26 OCT 2018 (FRI)
TIME: 17:00 – 21:00
Location: Fashion Walk
This year, the first-ever Hong Kong "Zombie Walk" will be held at Fashion Walk in which participants will have to complete eye-care related challenges such as Black Maze and Blind Walk across multiple locations in less than an hour to continue promoting eye-care and raising funds for Orbis. Candice Yu and other celebrities will show up to support our fellow participants!
  • Participants will have to complete a series of eye care related tasks at designated checkpoints such as the Black Maze and Blind Walk throughout Fashion Walk. The evening closes with the Halloween Styloween Masquerade Party.
  • Welcome pack
    • Themed messenger bag
    • Reusable water bottle
    • GALLEON 20% off discount coupon
    • CANVAS aromatherapy relief muscle pain workshop redemption coupon
    • EAT.it discount coupon
    Each Zombie Walk participant shall receive a welcome pack upon on-site registration at The Artist House at Kingston. A medal shall be awarded to those who completed all checkpoints. Each Zombie Walk participant will also receive a Party Pass for the Halloween Styloween Masquerade Party at Fashion Walk.
  • Time: 17:30
  • Fee: HK$1500/team (MAX. 4 PEOPLE)*
  • Time:
    18:30 (First Session) / 19:45 (Second Session)
  • Fee: HK$280/person*

*All proceeds raised will be donated to Orbis after deducting cost derived from organizing the activity.

Halloween Styloween Hong Kong Zombie Walk Orienteering Race

Participants will have to challenge their way through 6 eye protection related games to become Zombie Walk finishers which they will have to escape a maze in darkness, learn to read Braille and master the white cane etc.!

  • Black Maze

  • Blind Walk

  • Single Eye Game

  • Braille Game

  • Blind Draw

  • Eye Chart

About "Zombie Walk"

"Zombie Walk" is a vision protection and awareness movement aimed at educating the public that overuse of electronic gadgets could lead to long term vision-related diseases. Since 2014, the orienteering race "Zombie Walk" has been held in Macau to advocate the importance of eye care. The charitable race supports Orbis as its beneficiary, an international non-profit organization who fights avoidable blindness and promotes vision care across the globe.