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Hacks to Make the Most Out of Your Universal Studios Trip

By Admin / Published on Saturday, 03 Feb 2018 01:00 AM / Comments Off on Hacks to Make the Most Out of Your Universal Studios Trip / 159 views

Rollercoaster ride with sky at theme parkThe thought of spending a day in an entertainment park will spark excitement in almost anyone. This is especially true in today’s modern theme parks, which feature some of the latest technologies to maximize the thrills and spills of a visit. And because people of all ages can enjoy the entertainment, it further adds to the park’s appeal as a mainstay of the family’s trip itinerary.

With this in mind, when you plan a Singapore trip, you should definitely include the Universal Studios in Sentosa as part of your itinerary. However, while the seven-themed parks of Universal Studios ensure great fun, you can do several things that will make your visit even better. Here are just a few of them:

Avoid ticket queues: Get them beforehand online

Universal Studios Singapore, the first Hollywood-themed entertainment park in Asia, is extremely popular amongst tourists and locals alike. Having opened in 2010, it received its 25th millionth visitor in 2017. This goes to show its popularity, while also indicating the obvious: you can expect large crowds, especially during weekends and holidays.

If you want to maximize your ride time, keep in mind that the park opens at 10 am and closes at 6 pm ‒ and avoid the ticket queues at all costs! The good news is that you can buy entry tickets online; to save your precious minutes during your visit, planning ahead is an obvious plus.

Off-peak days mean more rides and less waiting

This is especially true when you only have a few days for your holiday in Singapore. Otherwise, you will spend the day queuing for rides with thousands of other tourists, which can really spoil the mood. Besides, with the shorter queues and shorter waiting times, going on an off-peak day allows you to get in as many rides as possible.

Universal Studios Singapore may just be one of many entertainment parks in Asia, but there is no doubt that it is one of the best. And by planning ahead, you can make the most out of your visit.