This is the first Universal Studios I've been to and glad it didn't disappoint me. Although I find the theme park's layout rather small, it's the best experience rolled into one. There are plenty of street entertainments, thrilling rides and other attractions that can keep you busy all day.
The theme park consist of seven unique themed zones based on hit blockbuster movies and TV shows which include Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Madagascar and Far, Far Away.
We arrived there right in time when it opened at 10am but as expected, there were long queues at the ticket booths. While waiting for my hubby to collect ticket passes, I spent my time wandering around shooting anything that interests me.
Here is the famous spinning globe, one of the most photographed icons in any Universal theme park. It was a weekday when we visited USS and the park was packed with tourists throughout the day.
This was taken not too far from the Sentosa's casino. I love the intricate details of the roof.
Same spot but different time as we exited from the USS at night.
Colourful Merlion greeting visitors
The gift shops are set up with creative themes and decorations. Here is one of them.
And there's Hershey's and Reese's calling out my name and enthusiastically waving at me. How cool. :)
More pictures and stories coming up, so stay tuned.
Hey what fun! I love parks like these.ReplyDelete
you are the star!ReplyDelete
Aloha from Waikiki
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my kids have been bugging me to bring them here for a while now !!! Think I should ...ReplyDelete
Bonza photos, i'll be staying tuned for more photos and stories :-).ReplyDelete
It looks like a place full of fun. It's another concept of the old distraction parks.ReplyDelete
Oh! I love how magical it looked all lit up at night. I have never been to a grand old park like this one but really hope to in the future.ReplyDelete
How nice. There is also Universal Studio in Osaka Japan. I have never been there.ReplyDelete
What a shame.
beautiful architecture. have a nice week. greetings from RomaniaReplyDelete
Looks great!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Glad you ended the tour with chocolate! I really like the night photo.ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots of the studio. I had seen one in LA.ReplyDelete
Looks like a place where your hours would "fly by" :-)ReplyDelete
Ahhh... Universal Studio, anywhere in the world, never fails to thrill. Brings back the child in you. Have a great week ahead.ReplyDelete
Very beautiful photos, I love these colors so vivid. Greetings.ReplyDelete
Theme parks do not appeal to me but it was interesting to view your photos.ReplyDelete
Thankyou for your recent visit to my Photography blog, so glad you enjoyed the Wonderful Window. Do hope you will be calling by again.
Great pictures, I love Universal Studios. You have a great blog and I will add you to my blogrol.ReplyDelete
Great photos - looks like a ton of fun!ReplyDelete
I miss USS already. We spent few hours only when we were there. I'll make it a point to stay there the whole day next time.ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos. :)
I didn't know there is an Universal Studios in Singapore. The merlion is very cute. I never seen it in cartoon form.ReplyDelete
How fun to see a park outside the U.S. Thanks for sharing these photos.ReplyDelete