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Universal Studio Singapore is Universal Studio's first and only theme park in Southeast Asia which opened in 2011. The park offers seven different areas with indoor as well as outdoor rides. A variety of attractions and shows await you - get closer to your favorite characters! Buy your ticket online and don't waste a minute waiting in line.
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7 tips for visiting the Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore Tickets | Photo: Flickr, Ivan Bandura - CC-BY-SA 2.0
Book in advanceTo avoid queuing at the ticket counter simply buy your ticket online. This will not only save you time, you might also get better price. You can redeem your online purchased ticket at the designated ticket counter. Please note that you can only reedem your ticket in the selected time slot.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!
Far Far Away Entrance | Photo: Eduardo M. C. - CC-BY 2.0
Wind and weatherFor your visit to Universal Studios Singapore you should wear comfortable clothes and shoes, also bring a rain jacket along. The park remains even during adverse weather open and offers many indoor alternatives: Attractions, fan stores and restaurants. You should also remember to bring spare clothes, as you might get wet during some of the rides. Make sure to pack sunscreen as Singapore can be hot and humid, especially in summer.
Start your adventure earlyTo be able to try out all rides, you should start your park tour early. Once 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!
Don't underestimate the sizeSince the park is quite large, you should plan your route wisely. It's best to work your way from area to area. This also avoids the risk of missing on any activity out!
Mel's Drive-in at the Universal Studios Singapore | Photo: Unsplash, Ashleigh Yoong - CC-BY-SA 2.0
Spoilt for choiceKeep in mind that you are not allowed to bring any snacks into the park, but you definetly won't have any food cravings on these grounds. Food and drinks at restaurants as well as food stalls are not included in the entrance fee. They are fancy designed and therefore definitely worth a visit - so take the opportunity and try them out.
Grab yourself one of may fan merchandise | Photo: Flickr, April Ngern - CC-BY-SA 2.0
A fan item is a must have!At Universal Studios Singapore, countless fan stores will make your heart beat faster. These are tailored to the themed areas and scattered throughout the site. You should prioritize your favorite themes to not miss out any of them.
Download the Universal Studios Singapore AppDue to on-going COVID regulations, no park maps are handed out. However, you can access it with the free Universal Studios Singapore app. Since this app is interactive based you are able to view the current queuing time of any attraction and get at the same time an overview of current meet & greet times. Max out by using the provided app discounts.
Battlestar Galactica roller coaster at Universal Studios Singapore | Photo: Unsplash, Nauris Pūķis - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Get taken away in the world of Universal Studios

Explore the park's seven different areas on 20 hectares: New York, Madagascar, The Lost World, Far Far Away, Ancient Egypt, Hollywood and Sci-Fi City. Plunge into the world of your favorite characters and be a part of this adventure!
Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase ride at Universal Studios Singapore | Photo: Flickr, - CC-BY-SA 2.0

New York

Visit Lights, Camera, Action! show by Stephen Spielberg to find out within seven minutes how your favorite movies are created behind the scenes. Learn how fire and water are used among some other special effects. Try to get a front row seat to watch the performance up close!

If you want to take it a little easier, you should visit the Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, which is also great for children. Get closer to Elmo, Bert and his friends on this indoor train ride - they'll bring back your childhood memories to a musical accompaniment. Take a photo with Elmo and Oscar in the New York outdoor area.
King Julien's Beach Party Go-Round Carousel | Photo: Flickr, Studio Sarah Lou - CC-BY-SA 2.0


Choose your favorite character from the Madagascar movie series on the King Julien's Beach Party Go-Round Carousel - even kids can take a seat! Enjoy the tropical atmosphere as you take a relaxing 90-second ride on Alex, Marty, Malman or one of your other favorites.

In the future, the Madagascar Zone will be fully replaced by Minion Land which you will be able to experience from 2024 on! It is part of Resorts World Sentosa's long-standing sustainability strategy, which aims to become greenhouse gas free by 2030. With Minion Land, this will be the first step: Singapore's premier attraction run purely on renewable energy.
Canopy Flyer ride at Universal Studios Singapore | Photo: Flickr, Dave Junia Lum - CC-BY-SA 2.0

The Lost World

Free like a bird - Hover over the area of The Lost World with the unique Canopy Flyer. During this 40-second, kid-friendly open-air ride you'll have a panoramic view over the park and get to see Jurassic Park from above.

Probably one of the most visited attractions is the Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure which lasts 10 minutes and is therefore among the longest rides. The water ride by round boat starts outdoors, where prehistoric animals are brought to life next you will find yourself in a dark tunnel where even more dinosaurs are waiting for you.

The Dino-Soarin offers fun for young and old: a carousel with flying dinosaurs, in which up to two people can sit per dinosaur. This attraction is particularly suitable for parents and their children, as it can be listed among the gentle rides and lasts about one and a half minutes.

Dr. Rodneywill show you outside The Lost World how dinosaurs hatch. You can also learn more about Blue (female velociraptor) at the Raptor Encounter. If you dare get closer to take a photo!
Puss in Boots' ride at Universal Studios Singapore | Photo: Flickr, Xiquinhosilva - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Far Far Away

Take a seat and get closer to Shrek and Fiona with the Shrek 4-D Adventure! The cinematic experience lasts about 15 minutes and takes you on their honeymoon through the kingdom. The special effects make it seem like you're actually going on an adventure with Shrek and Fiona.

The Enchanted Airways ride proves that a roller coaster can be family friendly. Sit in one of the train cars and experience the fairytale world from the dragon's perspective. Along the 60-second ride, you'll discover Pinocchio, the big bad wolf and many more mythical creatures.

A truly unique journey awaits you on the Puss In Boots' Giant Journey. During this ride young and old sit together in a basket-like vehicle which is hanging from above - Familiar Shrek characters a brought to life such as Puss in Boots.

Shrek and Fiona are waiting for you in the Far Far Away outdoor area of the park.
Entrance to the Ancient Egypt area at Universal Studios Singapore | Photo: Unsplash, Chan Chai Kee - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Ancient Egypt

A go-to for all andrenaline junkies: the Revenge of the Mummy roller coaster. Under high speed and sound effects you experience tilts and turns inside a mine car. Needless to say that during this three-minute indoor ride countless drops and a 180-degree turn await you.
Penguins of Madagascar | Photo: Flickr, Dan Hatfield - CC-BY-SA 2.0


Unfortunately, there are no attractions in the Hollywood area at the moment, nevertheless you will find many fan stores here. In this zone, most of the characters are waiting for a Meet & Greet, including the stars from the movies Minions, Kung Fu Panda and Madagascar!
TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle ride at Universal Studios Singapore | Photo: Flickr, Dave Junia Lum - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Sci-Fi City

Are you free from giddiness? Test your limits with the Accelerator attraction and let the teacups spin. The cups move back and forth and speed rhythmically to the music up - especially kids enjoy this fun ride. Since this attraction only lasts a minute and a half, it is the perfect gap filler between other attractions.

90 km per hour - the double-track outdoor roller coaster Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON is not for the faint-hearted. Choose the red line to be on the human side or opt for the Cylons by taking the blue roller coaster. Of course, you're free to try both 90-second rides, yet the blue path gives you the extra thrill. With a height of 42.5 meters (1394ft), this attraction is the world's tallest dueling roller coaster.

Experience a true thrill in the dark during the five-minute ride on TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle. Surrounded by 3-D effects and loud music, you'll experience the battle from your vehicle up close. Since it's probably one of the most popular rides, it should be one of your very first attractions to try to not miss on this experience out.

A Meet & Greet is offered here in the outdoor area with the Transformers heroes - become part of the troupe and enternize the moment with a photo.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Universal Studio Singapore accessible?

The amusement park is widely accessible and provides even designated wheelchair spaces at shows. At most attractions and shows you are able to use your own wheelchair. However electric wheelchairs are not supported for rides but you can rent a manual wheelchair at the main entrace for an additional fee. Furthermore, many attractions are audio-supported. Read more.

Are there any parking facilities?

The park offers paid parking spaces. These cost Monday to Thursday from 12:00 am to 11:59 pm SGD 6 and Friday to Sunday as well as public holidays from 12:00 to 23:59 SGD 9 per entry. A 24-hour parking service is offered at an additional cost of SGD 3. Parking spaces for disabled pass holders are provided. Read more.

Does there any restriction apply regarding hight to be able to attend a ride?

A minimum hight restriction applies on some attractions. Check the restrictions for each attraction on the map before lining up - otherwise you will get dissapointed once the hight is checked by staff. Usally the minimum hight of 92 cm (3 ft) applies on easy-going attractions, where as the 125 cm (3,4 ft) restriction is essential for turbulent rides. Please note that some rides can be attended with a supervisor only. Read more.

Am I able to re-enter the Universal Studio Singapore multiple times during my visit?

The personalized ticket can be used several times on the booked day to enter the park. Make sure to get a stamp on your hand before leaving the park to be able to re-enter with your ticket. 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.

Is it allowed to take food inside the parc?

Bag searches are carried out at the entrance of the theme parc. It is prohibitted to take food purchased outside of the premises along. Exceptions are made for baby food and guests with special dietary only. Read more.

Is it allowed to carry bags and backpacks during the visit?

We recommend to leave bulky luggage for storage at the main entrance of Universal Studios Singapore. At this facility you can also rent a stroller for an additional fee. Read more.

What happens to the ticket in case of poor weather

Since the Universal Studio Singapore does not close in case of inclement weather, the ticket is non-refundable. Therefore, we recommend to bring a rain jacket for your visit along. Read more.

Are dogs inside this theme park allowed?

No, animals aren’t allowed inside the parc. An exception is made for certified service dogs. Read more.

Am I allowed to take pictures as well as videos inside the park?

There is no general ban on taking photos or videos, however there are certrain areas where it is not permitted. Please inform yourself in advance if restrictions apply to this attraction or show. Read more.

Is there a facility to withdraw money at Universal Studio Singapore?

There is an ATM at the amusement park. Read more.

General information

opening hours

Universal Studios Singapore is open from 11 am to 6 pm daily also on Sundays and public holidays.


Day tickets to Universal Studio Singapore cost SGD 81 for visitors on site. Children under the age of 4 can enter free of charge.


Universal Studios Singapore
Resorts World Sentosa
8 Sentosa Gateway
Sentosa Island
Singapore 098269

how to get there

The RWS 8 shuttle bus runs daily from 5:45 am to 11:45 pm at a cost of SGD 1 per person (round trip included). The easiest way to catch the bus is at stations VivoCity or HarbourFront.
Miriam Dewam
Written byMiriam DewamMiriam is keen on traveling and has a passion for photography, which she can enhance through her cross-media studies. She uses her knowledge as well as first hand experience from diverse travels to help other travellers as a content creator at TicketLens.
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