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Universal Studios Singapore Tickets

The opening of Universal Studio’s first Southeast Asian outpost was greeted with delight, with Singapore’s residents and tourists taking in the Hollywood theme park scene with gusto. More than five years on, Universal Studios Singapore still steals hearts. Located in Singapore’s delightful Sentosa region, Universal Studios offers light relief from Singapore’s dynamic city, with fun promised for all visitors big and small. The park’s highlights include it’s epic natural surrounds, amazing futuristic rides – 18 of the park’s 24 rides were made exclusively for Singapore – and the dazzling and dramatic Ancient Egypt zone.

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Our tips for Universal Studios

  • Have your Hollywood moment. Of all the wonderful shows on offer at this theme park, the Hollywood Theme Parade and the evening water show, Lake Hollywood Spectacular are must-sees.
  • Get a game plan. The Singapore branch of Universal Studio’s may be smaller than its American and European counterparts, but this compact park can confound even the most experienced of park-goers. Make sure you map out the sections you really want to experience, so you don’t miss out on anything.
  • Wet and wild. Don’t be a wet blanket, make the most of your park experience by prepping for water rides in advance and keeping a towel and change of clothes handy.

Good to know

Best time to visit
This world-famous attraction is busy year-round. For the least crowds, avoid visits on public holidays and school breaks, and use your Universal Studios Singapore tickets on a weekday, if you can.
Getting there
Universal Studio Singapore’s home, Sentosa Island, is well connected, with multiple bus routes, MRT trains, taxi services and the Sentosa Express making travelling to this hotspot stress-free.
Money saving tips
The best way to keep a handle on cash flow is to pre-book your Universal Studios Singapore tickets, choosing off-peak days for cheaper entrance. Bringing your own snacks and drinks to the park is also a great cost-saver. If you fancy a walk, take a stroll from the city to Sentosa Island to save on travel fare and enjoy lower entrance costs.
Did you know?
Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits about Universal Studios Singapore…
  • At 42.5 metres tall, the Battlestar Galactica is the tallest duelling roller coaster in the world. Get hair-raisingly close to the other in-sync coaster on this thrilling ride with a 14-storey drop!
  • All the buildings you see in Universal Studios Singapore’s Hollywood zone are modelled after actual Hollywood buildings. The most note-worthy building is Mel’s Drive-In, which appeared in George Lucas’s 1973 movie, “American Graffiti”.
  • The city of Singapore itself is one of only three surviving city-states, alongside Monaco and Vatican City.

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