Over 100 people have dressed up in their best zombie costumes for Singapore's first ever zombie walk ahead of Halloween.
Residents started putting on elaborate make-up eight and a half hours before the event, each session lasting for about 30 minutes per participant.
Gillian Ang, 27, an analyst, had the idea of organising the singaporezombie.com zombie walk, where people imitate the undead, after seeing a similar event in America.
"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 be fun to do it in Singapore," she said.
"It's a lot of fun to play the end of the world," said Rebecca, an Australian who lives in Singapore.
The would-be zombies walked around a popular Singapore nightspot and had some fun by scaring visitors.
"It was tiring, but amazing to be able to scare strangers," said one called Kieren.
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.
Guinness World Records officially recognised the New Jersey Zombie Walk at the Asbury Park Boardwalk as being the largest.
That event, in Asbury Park, New Jersey, on October 30, 2010, had 4,093 participants.
However, Mexico City claimed the world record in November 2011 where nearly 10,000 people gathered in the city's streets dressed up as zombies.