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Universal Studios Singapore
Singapore’s Universal Studios features 7 theme zones, which are Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away, Madagascar, Sci-Fi City and Hollywood. What really caught our eye and what usually visitors head to first is the Transformers: The Ride 3D We definitely recommend buying a fast past, as all fast passes here give you access to all attractions via a special entrance. In reality we saw that regular entrances have 3 to 4 minute lines at the very least, and some even 1 to 2 hours. This one basically requires no wait. Universal Studios Singapore would be decked out in festive decor and activities once a special date rolls around the corner, in particular Halloween. I heard that it’s really exciting and I’d really want to visit once. This time we managed to visit during Christmas, so the entire Universal Studios is very much covered in holiday spirit. Even the display windows and items in the gift shops are associated to Christmas.
We met the Minions after leaving the Transformers. Gosh, they were super cute! Everyone rushed for photos. We’ve also passed by a retro car and everyone all took their chance to pose for pictures, hahaha. Here, if you want, you get to take a photo with Marilyn Monroe too. The rollercoaster in Singapore’s Universal Studio is the most creative, highest double-railed rollercoaster in the world. One would sit while the other would stand, and you’ll cross each other high up in the sky. This exciting, adventurous rollercoaster has unique turns and twists on its tracks. You’ll also experience surprising speed drops and brushing shoulders real close, among other twists and turns - screams and shouts guaranteed. Unfortunately it was under repair when we were there.
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