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et Guide: Where to go this Halloween

Fri, Oct. 27, 2017
CAIRO – 27 October 2017: Halloween is almost upon us, and most of us still don’t know what to wear or where to go. Here, at Egypt Today, we have gathered the ultimate guide for the bazaars and parties around town with the best shopping, music, food and trick or treating.

Cairo Festival City Mall


Dandy Maga Mall




Mall of Egypt


Porto Cairo Mall


Point 90


KidZania Cairo


For the late nighters:

Tap Maadi: Halloween

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Tap Maadi Halloween Via Tap Maadi Facebook Page

Tap East: Halloween

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Tap East Halloween Via Tap East Facebook Page

Nineteen Twenty Five


Basement


Bus Stop New Cairo: The Haunted Bus

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The Haunted Bus Via Bus Stop New Cairo Facebook Page

Bus Stop Sahl Hasheesh: The Haunted

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The Haunted Bus Via Bus Stop Sahl Hasheesh Facebook Page

Cairo Jazz Club: The Coven ft. Kitchen Crowd (visiting) / Shiha

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The Coven ft. Kitchen Crowd (visiting)-Shiha Via Cairo Jazz Club

If you still haven’t figured out what or who you will be for the spooky night check out our

DIY Halloween costume ideas.




A little need to know about Halloween so that you can be the intellectual one at the party.

Halloween

is a variation of the Celtic holiday known as “Samhain,” which originated in Ireland more than 2,000 years ago. November 1 marked the end of the harvesting season and the beginning of the year according to History.com.

Celts celebrate New Year’s Eve on October 31 and it was believed that the souls of the deceased haunted the village as ghosts. To avoid confusion between humans and ghosts, Celts wore masks over their faces.

 
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