If this is your first time coming to Universal Studio in Singapore, things can be quite confusing. You may even wish that you could spend days to explore the amusement park completely. There are tons of things that you can do there, from dining to watching street entertainments, or from shopping to enjoy the rides.
Universal studio singapore General Facts
Universal Studio Singapore is located at Sentosa Gateway 8, opens every day from 10 AM to 7 PM. One day ticket fare for adults would be $76 while kids will be $56. Senior citizens over 60 years of age will be $38. If you want to have the Express add-on (but only one time), it costs you around $30 a person. If you choose the unlimited Express add-on, it will cost you $50 a person. If you choose the annual pass, an adult is $188, while a child is $158 and a senior citizen is $158. If you choose the Express annual pass, an adult will cost you $288, while a child is $258 and a senior citizen is $258.
Enjoying the Rides
There are countless rides available in Universal Studio Singapore, such as Accelerator (where you will be twirled around), Revenge of the Mummy (roller coaster adventure in the dark with scarab beetles and mummies), or Sesame Street Space Spaghetti Chase (where you will be involved in a space mission with Super Grover and Elmo). All of the rides are fun, but make sure that you follow the rules – especially about the height!
Expect tons of excitement from different kinds of rides, like Treasure Hunters, Jurassic Park, Canopy Flyer, or Dino-Soarin’. Feel free to explore around although you may not be able to ride them all at once within a day.
Watching the Shows
If you aren’t really thrilled with the ideas of being tossed around or tossed into the air or engaging in the adrenaline rush adventures, you can always watch the shows. If the kids love the fireworks, then they can watch Lake Hollywood Spectacular. If they are into Sesame Street, there is Elmo’s TV Time where they can have their own Got Talent version. If the whole family loves musical entertainment, there are Mel’s Dinettes as you can find your favourite foods while the waitresses are entertaining you. There are still tons of entertainments to watch or engage, so explore around!
Do the kids want to try climbing and testing their skills? Or you may want to feel the experience of being involved in a movie production? Lights, Camera, Action! will make you feel as if you were taking part in movie production. These are the whole sections of fun entertainment for adults as well as kids.
Meet and Greet
Do you want to meet two friendly aliens? Or do you want to meet the characters from Sesame Street? Or your kids probably want to meet their favourite Minions? The Meet and Greet will be the perfect time to meet their (or even your) favourite characters. There are so many different characters to see, such as Diane the Dino or the Autobots.
Shopping and Eating
Each zone has its own souvenir shops. You and your kids will definitely have a blast shopping around. And you don’t have to worry about getting hungry or thirsty because there are so many food stalls and drink outlets around the amusement park.
It is advisable to go there during the weekends. Holidays and weekends are the days where the place will be crammed with people. If you are travelling with a baby, there is a stroller for hire so you won’t have to carry it around. Don’t forget to bring extra clothes for everyone – some of the rides may be wet. Kids, especially, need the change. Now it’s time to you to find the best promo to Singapore. You can click here to get a cheap flight. Happy traveling.