Who says Singaporeans have no sense of fun?
Not when close to 130 "undead" zombies stormed -- or rather staggered -- into Clarke Quay late on Saturday night for Singapore's first-ever zombie walk to celebrate the long Halloween weekend.
Out came the smartphones as bemused revellers took the chance to mix it up and take pictures with the walking dead as they waddled around the clubs at Clarke Quay during the 90-minute zombie march.
The horde came in all shapes and sizes -- spotted among the undead were a wedding couple, mental patients and their nurses, students in uniforms, army boys and even a Disney princess zombie, as reported by local blog Red Dot Diva.
"Well to be honest, it's more for fun. I saw it in San Diego Comic Con, they had a zombie walk there, and I thought it would fun to do it in Singapore."
"It's a lot of fun to play the end of the world," said Rebecca, an Australian who lives in Singapore.
The zombie walk phenomenon started in 2001 in Sacramento, California and since then major cities around the world such as New York, Buenos Aires and Sydney have seen their own versions of the undead gathering.
Mexico City holds the world record for the largest zombie walk when nearly 10,000 participants gathered in the city's streets dressed up as zombies last November.