Universal Studios Singapore Tour Guide

Tips to Tour the Theme Park Smartly

Get these 13 useful Universal Studios Singapore Tips to save you time and money. Get help and advices from these tips to plan for an enjoyable trip to the theme park.

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Universal Studios Singapore, officially opens on 18 Mar 2010, is lighting a fire of excitement in the hearts of thrill seekers and fun lovers worldwide.

As part of a growing and innovative part of the world, this newest Universal Studios theme park will have rides and attractions unique to Singapore which will attract not only fortunate locals but also people from around the world wanting to experience this most innovative and impressive theme park as well as the local Singaporean culture.

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Universal Studios Singapore Opening Hours and Ticket Prices

Universal Studios Singapore Opening Hours

Sun to Thu: 10am to 7pm daily
Fri and Sat: 10am to 10pm

Generally, the opening hours are as stated above. To get the exact opening hours of your day of visit, please check here.

Universal Studios Singapore Ticket Prices

No where else in the world can people experience the movies in the way offered at the new Universal Studios Singapore. 

The theme park offers very reasonable rates, ranging from $79 for a one day adult pass to $108 for an adult season pass. Children and seniors can also enjoy a discounted rate (all prices are in Singapore dollars). Refer to table below for entrance fees. For booking, refer to Booking Universal Studios Tickets Online.

One-Day Ticket

One-Day Ticket
Non Resident
One-Day Ticket
Singapore Resident
One-Day Ticket
Off-Peak Singapore Resident ##
Adult (Aged 13 to 59)
Child (Aged 4 to 12)
Senior (Aged 60 and above)

## Valid for one time visit on Sundays-Thursdays, excluding public holidays and the months of June and December.

Annual and Season Passes

Annual Pass
Valid for 12 months
Season Pass
Valid for 6 months
Season Pass
Singapore Student
Valid for 6 months
Adult (Aged 13 to 59)
Child (Aged 4 to 12)
Senior (Aged 60 and above)

Annual and Season Passes with Express Pass

Annual Pass
Season Pass
Season Pass
Singapore Student
Adult (Aged 13 to 59)
Child (Aged 4 to 12)
Senior (Aged 60 and above)

Buy Universal Studios Tickets as a Package Deal

Buy the following three tickets: Universal Studios, Two Ways Cable Car and any one of the following three attractions: Luge and Skyride, 4D Adventure Land 4 choose 1 or Wings of Time at a discounted price of just S$108 per adult or S$81 per child.

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Please fill up the above request form and we will reply you by the next working day. In our email, you will find all the information you needed to know on collection of tickets and making payment for the deal.

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Visitors to the park will not only experience exciting rides and lively shows, they will be thrown into some of their very favorite adventures from the big screen. From watching live stunts in the Waterworld attraction to riding down the river with the beloved characters of Madagascar, visitors will actually get to be a part of their favorite films.

The Seven Distinct Zones

Guests at Universal Studios Singapore will get to experience seven distinct zones in the park: Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, Lost World, Far Far Away, and Madagascar. All total the park boasts 24 rides and attractions, 18 of which are unique to Universal Studios Singapore. Visitors will also enjoy a plethora of dining options and gift shops to satisfy even the most discerning tastes.

Universal Studios Singapore map showing the seven distinctive zones

Map of Universal Studios Singapore


The entrance to the new park makes up the first zone, Hollywood. The Hollywood zone replicates the gorgeous art nouveau buildings of 1940's Hollywood and all of the glamour that went with the time period. The streets of Hollywood are lined with unique shops, such as Silver Screen Collectibles and tasty restaurants such as Mel's Diner. Guests can watch a live Boradway musical performance "Monstrocity" at Pantages Theater.

New York

From the streets of Hollywood visitors suddenly stroll onto the streets of New York, the next zone in Universal Studios Singapore. The streetscape of 1940's New York, complete with brownstones and faux gas lamps provides a front for attractions that take guests behind the scenes of movies and television. Also included in New York is perhaps one of the tastiest steak houses in Singapore, KT's Grill.

Sci-Fi City

After leaving New York visitors emerge into Sci-Fi City, the perfect zone for fans of science fiction and fans of the hit show Battlestar Galactica. In Sci-Fi City guests can choose to side with Humans or Cylons and ride one of two unique roller coasters that twine together creating several "near misses" that are not only terrifying but also very symbolic of the battle between Humans and Cylons in the show.

Ancient Egypt

From the future to the past, guests next step into Ancient Egypt, the fourth zone in Universal Studios Singapore. In Ancient Egypt guests can enter the popular movie The Mummy or seek buried treasures. Hungry guests can also sate their appetites at Oasis Spice Cafe, with spicy Mediterranean and Malay cuisine.

The Lost World

Trekking out of Ancient Egypt leads visitors even further back in time, to The Lost World. In the Lost World guests can experience hit action movies Jurassic Park and Waterworld. Whether riding down a river plagued with voracious T-Rex's or watching talented stunt men in the explosive Waterworld live action show, guests are in for a lot of excitement in this area.

Far Far Away

If guests are still on their feet they wander from the Lost World into the world of fairy tales, also known as Far Far Away. Based on the whimsical and hilarious movie Shrek, Far Far Away features exciting 4-D Shrek films and live concerts with everyone's favorite equine, Donkey. If guests need refreshing they can make a stop at the Fairy Godmother's potion Shop to mix up a quick magical potion at the juice bar before heading to the final zone.


Rounding out the experience at the themed park is the Madagascar zone. Based on the charming animated movie chronicling the antics of shipwrecked animals, the Madagascar zone offers a river ride for the whole family as well as two restaurants to satisfy hungry and tired guests.

Getting There: How to Get to Universal Studios Singapore?

By Public Buses

1. RWS 8

Board at the bus stop outside of VivoCity. You may take any one of the following buses to reach this bus stop: 10, 30, 65, 80, 93, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166, 188 and 855. The fare for a round trip is S$2. Operating hours from 6am to 11.30pm daily.

2. 963R

Board at the bus stop at Woodlands Temperary Bus Interchange, which is located next to the Woodlands MRT Station. The fare is about S$2. This service is only available on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. The first and last bus at Woodlands Interchange are 7am and 10pm respectively. At the Resorts World Sentosa, the operating hours are from 8.30am to 11.30pm.

3. 123, 188R, NR1 and NR6

Take bus service 123 from Bukit Merah Bus Interchange, 188R from Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange, NR1 from Yishun estate or NR6 from Seng Kang estate and alight at Resorts World Sentosa bus stop.

By MRT Train and Sentosa Express

Take a MRT train to HarbourFront MRT Station, which is link to VivoCity Mall, then transfer to the Sentosa Express train located at level 3 of VivoCity (Lobby L). Alight at Waterfront Station. The fare is S$4 inclusive of Sentosa Island admission charge.

By Car

You may enter directly to Resorts World Sentosa basement car park without passing through the Sentosa gantry (Island entrance gate). By this way, only car park charges apply. If you enter via Sentosa gantry (to any one of the hotels entrance), an additional admission charge to Sentosa Island apply. 

How to get to Resorts World Sentosa basement car park? When driving toward Sentosa Gateway, take the left lane when come to a Y-junction. Then follow the overhead signage 'B1 East' to park your car.

By Taxi

The same charges apply, please refer to the above section 'By Car'. In addition, all visitors departing from Resorts World Sentosa IR will be required to pay a surcharge of S$3. You can save on the surcharge if you take a Yellow-Top taxi instead.

Parking at Universal Studios Singapore and Car Park Charges

Where to Park Your Car at Universal Studios

The nearest and most convenient to park your car if you drive there is to park at one of the four hotels car parks, i.e, Festive Hotel, Crockfords Tower, Hotel Michael and Hard Rock Hotel at the basement of Resorts World Sentosa Integrated Resort.

Resort World Sentosa Car Park Charges

Monday to Thursday (excludes Public Holidays)  from 7am to 7pm
$7 for the first hour, $1 for the subsequent half hour. The maximum parking fees is capped at $28 per day. $6 per entry after 7pm.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays
$8 for the first hour, $2 for the subsequent half hour. The maximum parking fees is capped at $28 per day. $8 per entry after 7pm.

Other Car Parks in Sentosa Island

A theme park for the whole family, Singapore's Universal Studios has attractions for everyone from the young, to the young at heart. Adults can seek thrills on the heart-pounding roller coasters and thrill rides while kids can enjoy the magic of gentle rides like the Dino-Soarin' attraction. Even grandma can enjoy the park, with live shows like "Monstrocity" and family friendly rides such as Madagascar: The Crate Adventure.

No wonder interest is so high in this thrilling new theme park. 

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