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    Universal Studios Singapore Entrance Fee/Rates

    A friend of Tutubi asked his recommendations for her upcoming trip to Singapore, he merely mentioned the recently opened Universal Studios Singapore in Sentosa, a place yet to be explored by Tutubi but might soon be visiting together with Tutubi, Jr.

    No photos of Universal Studios Singapore here, only entrance fees, rates (in Singapore Dollars) and other information for planning your DIY Singapore tour" (the cheapest Singapore "package tour" there is)

    Herewith are Universal Studios Singapore rates and entrance fees for your information (source: Singapore Universal Studios official website)

    Universal Studios Singapore One Day Pass:
    Weekdays: Adult: S$66 Child: S$48 Senior Citizen: S$32
    Weekends: Adult: S$72 Child: S$52 Senior Citizen: S$36

    Universal Studios Singapore two Day Pass:
    All days: Adult: S$118 Child: S$88 Senior Citizen: S$58

    Children: age 4 to 12
    Adult: 13 to 64 years old
    Senior Citizens: age 65 and up

    Universal Studios Singapore Park Operation Hours:
    daily from 10am to 7pm

    there's an ongoing promo for all Universal Studios Singapore ticket prices until April 30, 2010, book your tickets now to get discounts on entrance fees.

    Universal Studio’s movie-theme Hollywood park has many attractions based on movies including Shrek, Jurassic Park, The Terminator and Madagascar.

    Other Universal Studios Themeparks:
    Universal Studios Hollywood, California
    Universal Studios Orlando, Florida
    Universal Studios Japan (Osaka)
    Universal Studios Korea (soon)
    Universal Studios Manila (soon)

    Someday, there'll be Universal Studios Manila to be built by Genting Berhad Group in partnership with the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp.(Pagcor) project inside the planned Las Vegas-like Bagong Nayong Pilipino-Manila Bay Integrated Tourism City with theme parks, theaters, amusement and gaming centers, cultural centers, retail shopping and hotels. When's the opening date of the Philippines' Universal Studios Manila? Tutubi doesn't know too :(

    Related posts on Singapore:

    Changi Airport
    The Merlion and Manila's Coat-of-arms
    Surprising Singapore Tour-lah

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:17 PM,

    7 Comments:

    At Apr 19, 2010, 6:48:00 PM, OpenID docgelo said...

    i've never been to universal studios in sg.

    i wish to wake up one day that they've already done puting up universal studios here in manila with the similar features that i've seen in LA several years ago. problema kasi dito sa atin, pag locally owned/government built ang parks, puro substandard ang ginagamit sa mga construction, like the temporary nayong pilipino in clark, it was so disappointing; poorly maintained.

     
    At Apr 20, 2010, 9:33:00 AM, Anonymous 9g visa philippines said...

    It's a good thing that Filipinos don't need visa to go to Singapore. However, it's only limited to 21 days and if one wishes to stay longer, he must apply for a visa.

     
    At Apr 20, 2010, 7:47:00 PM, Anonymous robin said...

    Entrance rates are not so high. and this must be a good way to give welcome message from Universal Studios.

     
    At Apr 21, 2010, 4:10:00 AM, Blogger Photo Cache said...

    It was 2 years ago when I visited S'pore and saw that they were breaking ground in Sentosa to build the Universal Studios theme park, and now it's open?????

    Those are steep prices, don't you think? I wonder how much it is to get to the Hollywood park? Haven't been in over 10 years.

     
    At Apr 26, 2010, 12:34:00 AM, Anonymous bw said...

    Nice.. Great to know that SPORE has a competition with HKG Disneyland ;)

     
    At Feb 8, 2012, 4:42:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I hope they bring and put up six flags theme park here in the philippines.Wala pa dito niya sa ASIA.

     
    At Mar 29, 2012, 12:53:00 PM, Anonymous backpackers singapore said...

    do you have information on the special price for the tickets? my friends are looking

     

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