10 Things to Try at Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore (USS) is a must-visit place when you are in Singapore. Aside from its thrill rides and attractions, this theme-park also houses great shows. The theme park is located in Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Island, Singapore.


How to get there:

You can reach Universal Studios Singapore by train, car, bus, cable car, taxi or tourist coach. Here are some few guides:

By Cable Car

  1. Walk towards Exit B within HarbourFront train station.
  2. Follow the directional signs leading to Singapore Cable Car station at HarbourFront Tower ll.
  3. Board the cable car and disembark at Imbiah station.
  4. Take the Sentosa Express and alight 1 stop later at Waterfront station.
  5. Walk straight till you see Chili’s Restaurant on your right. Turn right and head towards the Universal Studios Globe.

By Train / Sentosa Express

  1. Take North-East line or Circle line to HarbourFront station.
  2. Take Exit E to VivoCity and proceed to level 3 to board the Sentosa Express. Alight 1 stop later at Waterfront station.
  3. Walk straight till you see Chili’s Restaurant on your right. Turn right and head towards the Universal Studios Globe.


How much it cost?

Standard Tickets are as follows:

  • S$74.00 for adult
  • S$56.00 for children
  • S$36.00 for senior citizen

10 Things to Try in Universal Studios Singapore

Welcome to Universal Studios Singapore! Here are my top 10 things that I recommend everyone to try in Universal Studios Singapore. There are 7 themed zone in USS: Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar. For your guide, I’ve indicated from which themed zone each attraction is located.

10. Shrek 4D Adventure

Location: Far Far Away

Enjoy a 3D adventure with Shrek and his friends in their humble palace.



9.  Lights Camera Action

Location: Hollywood

I have no photo for this one but yup! Meet Spielberg and learn how he makes some tricks in shooting his movies.

8. Jurassic Park Rapids

Location: The Lost World

While I haven’t tried this yet, I believe that this one is a must try attraction.  I haven’t tried this because I have no extra shirts with me. I’m afraid to get wet. Haha.

7. Take a Photo with the Iconic Universal Studios Globe

Location: Outside the Entrance of USS

The iconic globe is obviously one of the things you must visit.  Haha.


5. Meet and Greet with Stars

Location: Hollywood

A lot of stars are roaming in each part of the park. So better read the schedule of each character and where will they post.


6. Madagascar: A Crate Adventure

Location: Madagascar

This cute river boat ride is a must try just because it’s cute! Haha. Try it so that you’ll understand what I am talking about.


4. Waterworld

Location: The Lost World

A live show performance that would left you in awe of the actors. Really a must see attraction.



3. Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride

Location: Ancient Egypt

Are you afraid of the dark? Well, its time to let the fear go and enjoy this enclosed roller coaster. Oh! Did I mention that this ride has a fast reverse section too?


2. Battlestar Galactica: Cylon and Battlestar Galactica: Human

Location: Sci-Fi City

Battlestar Galactica: Cylon might be the best friend of all thrill seekers. With its 5 inversions, you will never get up that ride without shouting! Haha. Aside from the fact that it is full of inversion, your legs will be left hanging. Yup, no floors to step on. So yeah! I felt dizzy after this ride. So I recommend for you to try this last! The Battlestart Galactica Human is the usual roller coaster with no inversions.



  1. Transformers: The Ride

Location: Sci-Fi City

It’s always been my favorite since my first visit here. I actually rode it twice during my first visit! Haha. It’s a combination of 3D and 4D in one ride! If you’ve been to Universal Studios Japan, its the same with The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman. I don’t know but this ride is indeed awesome! 😀




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