Universal Studios Singapore is a family-friendly theme park on Sentosa Island in Singapore! With 7 themed areas full of 28 rides, plus shows, meet-and-greets, stores, and restaurants, it’s a great day out for visitors of all ages!
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Book your tickets in advance to save time and money on the day.
You’ll be outside and walking around for most of the day, so wear comfortable clothes and shoes and pack for the weather! Make sure to bring water and sunscreen as Singapore can be hot and humid, especially in summer.
Far Far Away | Photo: Eduardo M. C. - CC-BY 2.0
If you hate standing in line (and who doesn’t?) then consider investing in an Express or Express Unlimited Pass. The regular Express Pass lets you use the express line once per attraction, while the Express Unlimited Pass lets you do it as often as you like!
When you arrive, look up the timetable of shows which are on that day. Plan your day around the shows you want to see so that you don’t miss anything!
Another tip to avoid lines is to join the single rider queue when it’s available. If you’re visiting with a group of adult friends who don’t need to sit together then it’ll save you lots of time! A child swap system is also available if you’re traveling with children who are too young to ride, so parents don’t have to wait in line twice.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s there to do at Universal Studios Singapore?
Universal Studios Singapore has 7 themed areas with rides, shows, and restaurants. You can meet the inhabitants of Sesame Street in New York, explore space in Sci-Fi City (including Batllestar Galactica and Transformers themed rides), escape the mummy in Ancient Egypt, discover the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park in The Lost World, see Shrek-themed shenanigans in the land of Far Far Away, meet the Minions in Hollywood, and take a trip to the tropical island of Madagascar.Read more.
What age group will most enjoy visiting the theme park?
Universal Studios Singapore has lots of activities for children and teens, though there might be less to enjoy for adult thrill-seekers. There are a handful of rides that adrenaline-junkies will enjoy, but most of the park’s rides aren’t extremely intense and are suitable for a wider range of people. The Meet and Greet opportunities are also more child-friendly and include the cast of Sesame Street, the Minions, Shrek, Fiona, and Puss in Boots. In terms of the theme of the park, there’s less to discover than there is at a Disney park, but there are plenty of elements that fans of the movies featured in the park will enjoy discovering, including the impressive Far Far Away Castle.Read more.
Can we bring a picnic? What are the dining options?
Guests are asked not to bring food and drinks from outside the park. There are many dining options, with restaurants that offer US, Italian, and different kinds of Southeast Asian cuisine and halal and vegetarian choices at a range of price points. Snacks are also available from food carts and stores.Read more.
How long should I plan for a visit to Universal Studios Singapore?
In general, you should plan to spend a full day at Universal Studios Singapore. There’s so much to see and do, and even if you’re just in it for the big rides, long lines will mean you’ll need to spend at least 3 to 4 hours exploring.Read more.
Universal Studios Singapore is open from 10 am to 6 pm daily. During summer and school vacations the park may be open later, potentially as late as 10 pm. It’s advised that visitors check the opening times for the date of their visit before booking.
Universal Studios Singapore Resorts World Sentosa 8 Sentosa Gateway Sentosa Island Singapore 098269
Day tickets cost SGD79 for visitors over the age of 13, SGD59 for children aged between 4 and 12, and SGD41 for visitors aged 60 and over. Children under the age of 4 can enter free of charge. Reduced price tickets are available for residents of Singapore.
How to get there:
Universal Studios Singapore can be found in the Resorts World Sentosa complex, which can be reached by taking bus number RWS8, 123, 188Rm 963R, NR1, or NR6. Resorts World Sentosa is also served by the Sentosa Express train service. A car park is available for a fee.