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Zombie Walk Saigon Returns on Nov. 2

Saigoneer is proud to be a media partner of the upcoming Zombie Walk Saigon. In case you haven’t experienced it yourself, here’s the lowdown – people put on terrifying makeup, dress up and roam the streets of Saigon posing as flesh-eating zombies. Hundreds of people joined in on the fun last year and we expect an even better turn out this time around!

Festivities will begin at Red Bar starting at 6pm for food and drink specials and volunteers will be available to help you put on makeup.

To get in the zombie spirit, Saigoneer was able to enlist the help of MTV VJ, Dustin Nguyen and horror aficionado, Samantha Riviera, to test their zombie impersonations around Saigon last night. The results were positively frightening.

To practice your zombie skills, you can take inspiration from these photos or check out YouTube which has plenty of videos on the subject.

After terrorizing downtown Saigon the sea of zombies will shamble their way to Thang Map, a new German beer garden and BBQ for free food and draft specials until the wee hours of the night!

 

Saturday, 2 November

6:00pm

Red Bar | 70 Ngô Đức Kế, Quận 1


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