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Universal Studios Singapore 1-Day Pass with Optional Transfer

Highlights
  • Spend a full day exploring dozens of rides and attractions
  • Access the park’s seven themed zones with this pass and explore them all
  • Travel to the park in an air-conditioned coach, convenient in Singapore’s oft-humid weather
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Universal Studios Singapore 1-Day Pass with Optional Transfer
From US$57.43
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Pass with One-Way TransferMost Popular
This option includes the Universal Studios Singapore One-Day Pass and a one-way transfer from your hotel.
From US$61.91
Pass Only
This option includes the Universal Studios Singapore One-Day Pass only. No transfer included.
From US$57.43
Overview
Universal Studios Singapore offers visitors elaborate entertainment: seven themed zones based on popular movies and TV shows, each with 4D experiences and adventures of their own. Get access to all of them with a 1-day pass, and focus on seeing as many of the park’s attractions as possible. Plus, the optional transfer from your hotel means you won’t have to worry about getting to the park on your own.
What to Expect
If you’ve opted for the optional transfer, get picked up from your Singapore hotel. Note that the transfer applies to Singapore hotels outside of Sentosa Island.

Arrive at Universal Studios Singapore bright and early, beating some of the crowds. Spend a full day packing in as many attractions and rides as you like.

Enjoy a variety of Hollywood-themed entertainment, from roller coasters to live shows. Your pass provides access to the park’s seven themed zones, each dedicated to blockbuster TV shows and movies, and featuring their own attractions. 

As you explore, engage in adventures like rescuing movie character princesses and embarking on treasure hunts.
Reviews (419)
1 - 5 of 30 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
fun filled day

USS has been a famous tourist attraction since it was set up. However, it has become a frequently visited attraction for the locals too, providing entertainment through films and thrilling rides. Not to mention, the annual Halloween horror night where the theme of USS changed...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank chessneth
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Don't go to Florida first!!!

Oh Dear! I had good expectations of this place, but unfortunately for me, I had visited universal studios in Florida a few years back. For first time visitors to any universal studios, this is ok... There are 8 themed areas in the park and can...More

Thank nickfreke
Reviewed 25 October 2018
A must visit in Singapore

Dont miss the place and if possible keep 2 days for it. Its amazingly made and you could spend easily a couple of days doing it. Ride are nice and sets beautifully made.

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Shailesh B
Reviewed 12 October 2018 via mobile
Fun Day

Loved our experienced at the Park Some rides are worth if waiting either.The roller coasters were awesome, as i said when I looked them "I'm not going on those" and I'm so glad I did, Madagaskar River most for kids only, they were so fun,...More

5  Thank lynnwal205
Reviewed 3 October 2018
Universal Studios Singapore

Travel is easy by train/taxi to get to this destination, once there, there are plenty of shops outside to sell you plenty of items to remind one of their visit. On the day we went the weather was over cast, so not to many people...More

Date of experience: December 2017
2  Thank Kevin H
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winnie_pra15
9 December 2018|
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Response from nickfreke | Reviewed this property |
The cheapest ticket for the Singapore universal studios is for turning up yourself and paying for the entrance fee. The other offers are for hotel pickups
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Sightseer752055
23 October 2018|
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Response from TeresaAna | Reviewed this property |
Hi, if your not into rides I don't think Universal Studios are for you. The queue's are horrendous unless you buy the upgrade to fast track yourselves. Look on their website and you can see that there are some things you... More
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107sharonk
4 October 2018|
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Response from TeresaAna | Reviewed this property |
I think you'd be better visiting the Singapore zoo where you can tour this on a train type carriage, book the breakfast with the orangutans or Santos Island. Universals more for the young and it's really hot with not a lot... More
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