100 people take part in Singapore's first zombie walk
Participants spent the whole day getting ready for the event, putting on elaborate make-up and perfecting their costumes to look as authentically undead as possible.
The zombie walk is a public gathering where people dress up as zombies and walk around the city scaring residents.
Gillian Ang, 27, had the idea of organising the Singapore zombie walk after seeing the same event in America.
She said: "I saw it in San Diego Comic Con. They had a zombie walk there, and I thought it would be fun to do it in Singapore."
Zombie fan Rebecca, an Australian who lives in Singapore, commented: "It's a lot of fun to play the end of the world."
The zombie walk is a worldwide phenomenon that started in 2001 in Sacramento, California. Since then, the event has been hosted in major cities around the world including New York, Buenos Aires and Sydney.
Mexico City currently hold the world record in November 2011, where almost 10,000 people gathered in the city's streets dressed up as the undead.
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