Guide to Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

 

Universal Studios Singapore

We have been to Universal Studios twice on our trips to Singapore. The first time, the girls were 6 and already little thrill seekers and then again 2 years ago when they went on every single ride. Always a lot of fun for the big kids as well as the small.

Location

Universal Studios is on Sentosa Island which can be accessed by taxi, bus, MRT or by the walkway. We find the easiest way is by MRT as follows:

  • Take North-East line or Circle line to HarbourFront station.
  • Take Exit E to VivoCity and proceed to level 3 to board the Sentosa Express. You will need to buy a ticket which includes the entry onto Sentosa.
  • Alight 1 stop later at Waterfront station.

Opening Times

Opens at 10am but check the times on their website.

Ticket Prices as at September 2018

One-Day Ticket

  • Adult (Age 13-59) – SGD76
  • Child (Age 4-12) – SGD56
  • Senior (Age 60 and above) – SGD38

Two-Day Ticket

  • Adult (Age 13-59) – SGD145
  • Child (Age 4-12) – SGD106
  • Senior (Age 60 and above) – SGD76

Universal Express

Limited to one (1) time usage at each participating attraction*.

  • From SGD30

Universal Express Unlimited

Unlimited access at each participating attraction*.

  • From SGD50

*Express Access is not valid for Canopy Flyer, Treasure Hunter, Amber Rock Climb, Magic Potion Spin and for any front row access.

See their website to purchase.

Rides

Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase

A special effects indoor movie show.

Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON™

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A high-speed roller coaster – well two actually – Human and Cylon. They are intertwined with twists, turns and drops and race towards each other. Guests under 125cm may not ride.

Accelerator™

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A seated spinning ride.

TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle

A realistic 3D thrill ride in the world of TRANSFORMERS. Guests must be 102cm in height to ride.

Revenge of the Mummy™

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An indoor high-speed roller coaster that features sudden acceleration, climbing and dropping. This was the girls’ favourite ride. Guests under 122cm may not ride.

Treasure Hunters™

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An outdoor vintage car ride.

Amber Rock Climb™
Canopy Flyer™

An outdoor aerial flyer. Guests under 92cm may not ride.

Dino-Soarin’™

A seated spinning ride.

Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure™
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My favourite – an outdoor river raft ride. Guests under 107cm may not ride.

Puss In Boots’ Giant Journey

A Family roller coaster. Guests under 100cm in height may not ride.

Magic Potion Spin

An indoor children’s Ferris Wheel.

Enchanted Airways

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A Family Roller Coaster. Guests under 92cm may not ride.

King Julien’s Beach Party-Go-Round

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A family Carousel

Madagascar: A Crate Adventure

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An indoor river boat ride (pretty boring for the older kids). Guests under 80cm may not ride.

Other Activities

Universal Studios Singapore

There are also characters roaming around that you can have your photo taken with as well as vintage cars. The two shows are great – Lights, Camera, Action is a special effects stage showing a hurricane tearing through New York – and Waterworld is a live water stunt show.

Tips

  • Take sun protection and hats, it can be very hot.
  • Get there as soon as it opens and head to the big thrill rides first (the queues are less first thing). If you have an Express Pass, head to the rides that aren’t included.
  • Your ticket is valid all day but make sure you get your hand stamped on the way out.
  • Avoid School Holidays if you can (it will be very busy). Also, weekdays are a lot quieter than weekends.
  • Bring water bottles (they can be refilled in the park).
  • Book tickets online before you go. Sometimes they are cheaper and it saves you lining up at the ticket booth.
  • Download a copy of the map.
  • Work out what rides you want to go on and make a plan of attack 🙂
  • If you don’t like getting wet, bring a poncho or buy one from the vending machine inside the park.
  • Have FUN.

 

Have you been to Universal Studios Singapore? What was your favourite ride? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Awesome information.

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