The last time I saw Universal Studios in Singapore was last December 2009 while it was being constructed in Resorts World Sentosa Island. Finally the wait is over, It was recently announced that Universal Studios in Sentosa Island will finally open on March 18,2010.
Along with Universal Studio opening, four hotels also opened recently including the Hard Rock Singapore, Festive Hotel, Hotel Michael and Crockfords Tower.
Singapore’s Universal Studios – Southeast Asia’s largest theme park, brought together the best of Universal Studios theme parks in Hollywood (California), Orlando (Florida) and Osaka (Japan) with a pair of the world’s tallest roller-coasters, the world’s first castle from the world of Shrek and Madagascar theme park ride. The park features 24 rides and attractions in seven themed zones – Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar, and 18 of them original or adapted for Singapore.
Ticket prices for one-day pass to Universal Studios, inclusive of admission to all rides and depending on peak and non-peak seasons, ranges from S $ 66 to S $ 72 for adult, S $ 48 to S $ 52 for children, between the ages of four and 12, and S $ 32 to $ 36 for senior citizens above 65.
However, tickets to Universal Studios, from the opening day until Sunday, have been sold out due to the school holidays in Singapore. Source – RWS