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Timings : 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Time Required : 6-7 hours

Entry Fees : Adult (Age 13-59): SGD81
Child (Age 4-12): SGD61
Senior (Age 60 and above): SGD43

Universal Studios, Singapore Overview

Universal Studios Singapore is a one-of-its-kind theme park located in Resorts World Sentosa. With 28 thrilling rides, exciting attractions, and spectacular shows, the park is spread across 49 acres and is divided into seven fun zones.

From thrilling roller coasters that zoom through reality-bending animations, live-action shows with popular animated characters, and dance parties every evening to kid-friendly carousels, lip-smacking delicacies, and mesmerising zone setups, Universal Studios Singapore promises to be an exciting getaway for the entire family.

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Universal Studios Singapore Rides

Ride Zone
Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON Sci-Fi City
Accelerator Sci-Fi City
TRANSFORMERS The Ride - The Ultimate 3D Battle Sci-Fi City
Revenge of the Mummy Ancient Egypt
Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure The Lost World
Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase New York
Treasure Hunters Ancient Egypt
Amber Rock Climb The Lost World
Canopy Flyer The Lost World

Shows

Lights, Camera, Action! Hosted by Steven Spielberg 
Step behind the scenes and watch movie magic unfold as an empty stage transforms into a boathouse in New York ravaged by a Category 5 hurricane. As a cargo ship rams into the boathouse and a fire breaks out, catch your breath as the set transforms again into a calm scene and the damage is reversed, all the while with Steven Spielberg guiding you through!
Zone: New York
Steven Spielberg Show at Universal Studios Singapore
The set of the Steven Spielberg show (Source)
WaterWorld
Based on the popular movie, this live-action stunt show at Universal Studios Singapore features performers showcasing their talents in stunning drops, explosions, waves, and other feats.
Zone: The Lost World
Waterworld at Universal Studios Singapore
The Waterworld Show (Source)
Shrek 4D Adventure
Use OgreVision glasses to look into the world of Shrek and Princess Fiona as they take off on their honeymoon – this 4D ride is complete with twists, bumps, drops, blasts, bubbles, and water jets! 
Zone: Far Far Away
Shrek 4D Adventure at Universal Studios Singapore
Shrek 4D Adventure (Source)
Donkey LIVE
This live interactive show brings the popular Shrek character Donkey straight into crowds – talk, sing, and dance along with Donkey in this indoor theatre experience. 
Zone: Far Far Away

Dining & Shopping at Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore offers a plethora of themed dining and shopping options. Indulge fancies and become part of mystical worlds at the different themed kiosks and restaurants, and sample the finest inspired cuisines from different eras and universes! The stores sell official merchandise from different characters and delightful souvenirs to take home.

Hollywood 
Step into old-school glam at Hollywood for the juiciest burgers, All-American fries, and delicious milkshakes. The stores here sell movie memorabilia, arcade games, and different souvenirs.
Restaurants: Mel’s Drive-In, Starbucks         
Stores: Hello Kitty Studio, Hollywood China Arcade, Universal Studios Store, Minion Mart, The Dark Room, Silver Screen,  The Brown Derby, That’s a Wrap
Minion Mart at Universal Studios Singapore
The Minion Mart (Source)
New York
Bite into a delicious slice of New York pizza or sample the gourmet steaks at the Big Apple’s finest. The Sesame Street store here is the biggest in Singapore, with official merchandise and a play area.
Restaurants: KT’s Grill, Loui’s NY Pizza Parlour
Stores: Big Bird’s Emporium
Far Far Away 
Try the different comfort food options here, including chicken wings, burgers, and delicious ice creams. Watch the world of Shrek come to life at the store here, featuring interactive exhibits and Shrek collectables.
Restaurants: Fairy Godmother’s Juice Bar, Friar’s, Goldilocks
Stores: Fairy Godmother’s Potion Shop
Far Far Away Castle at Universal Studios Singapore
The stunning Far Far Away Castle (Source)
The Lost World
Bite into scrumptious hotdogs or local delicacies like lobster curry noodles at The Lost World. The glow-in-the-dark hats and shirts at the stores here are a big hit with children and parents alike!
Restaurants: Discovery Food Court, Fossil Fuels
Stores: Jurassic Outfitters, The Dino-Store
Madagascar 
Check out delicious Southeast Asian curries, or go for Mexican churros and bingsu desserts at the snack shack. The bamboo-themed store here sells Madagascar-inspired collectables and dolls.
Restaurants: Marty’s Casa Del Wild Food Court, Gloria’s Snack Shack
Stores: Penguins Mercantile
Ancient Egypt 
The restaurant in this zone serves Indian, Turkish, Lebanese, and Mediterranean food - the butter chicken Biryani and Mutton Masala are lip-smacking. Take home replicas of Egyptian artefacts and excavations from the store here.
Restaurants: Oasis Spice Café
Stores: Carter’s Curiosities
Ancient Egypt at Universal Studios Singapore
The walkway to Ancient Egypt Zone (Source)
Sci-Fi City 
Indulge the sweet tooth with yoghurt ice cream in fun flavours, or try Asian delights with a fiery twist at StarBot. Official Transformers merchandise – including action figures and clothes - awaits shoppers at the store here.
Restaurants: StarBot Café, StarDots
Stores: TRANSFORMERS Supply Vault

How to Reach Universal Studios Singapore

Bus: The following buses ply to Resorts World Sentosa: 123, 188R, NR1, NR6. Exit through The Forum, reach Level 1 and walk to the Universal Studios Globe.
Visitors can also take buses 10, 30, 65, 80, 93, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166, 188, or 855 to VivoCity Station and take bus RWS8 at VivoCity to reach the Resort World Sentosa drop-off point.  

Taxi: The nearest taxi drop-off point is at Resort World Sentosa underground car park. From there, enter The Forum and reach Level 1. Turn left and walk ahead to the Universal Studios Globe.

Singapore Cable Car: Take Exit B from HarbourFront Station and find the Singapore Cable Car Station at HarbourFront Tower II. Board the car and alight at Imbiah Station. Take the Sentosa Express and disembark at Resorts World Sentosa Station.

MRT: Take the North-East Line or Circle Line to HarbourFront MRT Station, and take Exit E to VivoCity. Reach Level 3 and board the Sentosa Express.

Sentosa Express: From Level 3 of VivoCity, take the Sentosa Express to Resort World Station. Walk ahead till Twelve Cupcakes, and turn right to the Universal Studios Globe.  

Foot: From Level 1 of VivoCity, reach the Broadwalk and walk to the entrance of Sentosa Island. Follow the signs to the Trick Eye Museum and walk left till the Universal Studios Globe.

Car: Keep left on Sentosa Gateway and drive down the road to Resort World Sentosa Car Park. Keep right and drive into the Car/Taxi tunnel. Reach B1 East parking lot, and follow the directions to Universal Studios Singapore. A valet charge of SGD 3 per vehicle applies.

Car Parking: The parking charges at Resort World Sentosa Car Park are as follows:
Monday – Thursday: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM: SGD 7 for the first hour, SGD 1 for every subsequent half-hour, After 7:00 PM: SGD 6 per entry, Maximum: SGD 28 per 24 hours
Friday – Sunday and Public holidays: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM: SGD 8 for the first hour, SGD 2 for every subsequent half-hour, After 7:00 PM: SGD 8 per entry, Maximum: SGD 28 per 24 hours

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Saanya Lulla 2 years ago
I visited this one-of-a-kind theme park with my cousins and it was the best memory I have with them till date. After clicking the clich├ęd picture in front of the classic Universal Studios globe-like structure, we went on to spend the day visiting the rides and shows in the themed zones. My younger self was especially fascinated meeting characters from Shrek, the yellow lovable minions from Despicable Me and even Marilyn Monroe. We spent most of the day going on rides, including but not limited to rollercoasters, river-raft rides and ferris wheels. Watch out for exciting live street performances by your favourite characters!
Taniya Batra 2 years ago
Universal Studios is indeed a delight to visit. The adventure-packed themed park is filled to the brim with tourists throughout the year. The park offers many attractions and has themed restaurants and cafes to lounge in as well. I would recommend buying the entry tickets online. This does not make the itinerary very flexible but helps avoid long queues. Another advantage of buying the tickets online is that several websites offer discounts and help you get the best deals for the studio. Avoid visiting during national holidays as the crowd only increases.

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