Universal Studio Singapore
Make the Most of Your Holiday in Universal Studio Singapore
1. Battlestar Galactica: Human VS Cylon
Pick a side and jump in to the never-ending intergalactic battle between the good and evil on this thrilling roller-coaster ride. Whether you're on Human (Blue) or Cylon (Red) side, you'll scream on top of your lungs as the dueling rides perform in extreme maneuvers with spiralling loops and twists, though you'll definitely back for more! Make sure you've stored your cellphone, jewelry, and other loose items safely in your locker beforehand.
2. Revenge of The Mummy
Are you brave enough to attempt this thrilling ride? Hop inside a wagon that's going to take you through an ancient Egyptian tunnel in quest to find The Book of Living. The sharp turns and fast reverse sections are not the only thing that's going to make your heart beats faster. Beware of some angry mummies popping out of pitch darkness along with blast of flames. Definitely not recommend for those with weak hearts, but highly recommended for those seeking for adrenaline rush. Be sure to store your loose items in provided locker before you go.
3. Madagascar: A Crate Adventure
Fortunately, not all attractions are geared toward adrenaline-seekers. Madagascar: A Crate Adventure is a perfect choice for those who prefer much relaxing ride. Jump on a boat ride and enjoy yourself as Madagascar characters entertain you in form of animatronics and digital projection with surround sound thoroughout the ride.
4. King Julien's Beach Party Go Round
Your children will absolutely love riding on this merry-go-round attraction, and you're never old for this attraction either. Ride on your favorite Madagascar character and wave at your family while it brings you round and round.
5. Shrek 4-D Adventure
Sit comfortably on your seat, wear your 3-D glasses and enjoy exciting 3-D movie show of Shrek's quest in saving Princess Fiona. Physical effects added as the story progress makes an unforgettable experience.
How to Get Tickets?
You can buy the entrance ticket directly at the ticket booth, but we strongly recommend you to reserve it online. Not only you can avoid the long lines especially during weekend, there are also some interesting discounts and promotions so you can buy the ticket in much cheaper price. If you're planning to visit Universal Studio Singapore the next day, purchasing Two-Day tickets is much cheaper than buying 2 1-day ticket on different day.
How To Get Around?
The only way to get around the Universal Studio is by walking on foot from one attraction to another. If you're going to hop to other attractions in Sentosa Island from the Universal Studio, you can easily reach them by taking metro trains or taxi.
What Should I Wear?
During dry season the weather will be hot and humid. So it's best to wear light-weight clothes made of breathable material such as cotton when you're going to Universal Studio Singapore. Don't forget to wear the most comfortable shoes in your wardrobe since the park is spacious and you'll do a lot of walking (bye high-heels!). If you happen to go to Universal Studio in wet season, expect a high-percentage of rainfalls so always prepare a poncho and rubber boots for caution.
Best Time to Visit
Best time to visit Universal Studio Singapore is from January 29th to March 4th when the weather is relatively warm with small chance of raining. If it's possible, plan your day in the amusement park during weekdays and avoid weekends or national holidays that falls on March, June, September, and December to avoid long lines and crowds.
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Will I Need a Guide?
Most likely you will find information needed on Universal Studio Singapore's website, so you don't really need help from a guide. You can download the Universal Studio Map or pick up a Studio Guide sheet to know when your favorite shows and meet-and-greet are taking place.
How To Get There?
There are many ways to Universal Studio Singapore, and you can pick whichever suit your schedule. The first one is by taking a Sentosa Express MRT. You can also go by bus. Just take bus No. 123, and switch to Bus No. 14519 at Sentosa's Resort World Bus Stop. The easiest and might be the most convenient way is by taxi.