Universal Studios Singapore (Sentosa) Guide

Universal Studios Singapore

Getting your tickets

Being the only theme park in town and having included a relative new ride (TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle) into the family, Universal Studios Sentosa is the place to be if you love rides and themeparks. With 7 zones, there is plenty to see and do. Usual prices of admission tickets are S$74, but there are a couple of online promotions going on at the moment:

1. Mastercard Promotion - 15% off Adult One-Day Pass (U.P. $74)
Promotion valid till 31 May 2014

2. Easter Festival Online Exclusive
Visit Universal Studios Singapore from 18 Apr till 13 May and enjoy One-Day Adult Passes at S$66 (U.P. $74). Valid for Singapore IP addresses.

So who said being tech-savvy and planning a little ahead (even on day or the day itself) never paid off? If you know which day you want to go, have access to the internet and a printer, and own a credit (great if they are having a card promotion), it’s always best to check the website and make your booking online rather than buying on the spot and missing out.

Getting there

Universal Studios Singapore is located on the island of Sentosa, and to get to the island via public transport the easiest is to take the MRT to HarbourFront MRT Station (Exit E to VivoCity Shopping Mall) then the Sentosa Express (at level 3 VivoCity Shopping Mall); just follow the signs. 

Universal Studios Singapore (Sentosa) Guide
Before getting on the Sentosa Express, if you do not have an EZLink card, you should get yourself an admission ticket (which costs S$4) at the vending machines.
Universal Studios Singapore (Sentosa) Guide
Vending Machine
Once you have your admission ticket (or EZLink Card), head to the entrance to board the Sentosa Express (which is basically a tram). Alight at the next stop (Waterfront station) and walk straight till you see the Chili's Restaurant on your right. 

Universal Studios Singapore Rides / Attractions

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is divided into 7 uniquely themed zones, each with their own uniquely theme food kiosks, vendors and souvenir shops:

  1. Madagascar

  2. Far Far Away

  3. Lost World

  4. Ancient Egypt

  5. Sci-Fi City

  6. New York

  7. Hollywood

In addition the the fun rides, adorable (and some scary) characters roaming about the theme park, there are also performances, fireworks and a parade!

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