Universal Studio Singapore

It’s my second time to go to Universal Studio Singapore and this time I’m with my family.

Preview of my last year visit to Universal Studio Singapore last June 2009:


with Anxiz again and Betty Boop


At Shrek’s house.

And now I’ll start to photo spam all the images that we took last week.


wore Perry Amber Sheer Top. Look at that cute kid looking at me and smiling (:


still outside Universal Studio


with the whole family with the characters of Madagascar. The Madagascar movies were one of our favorite movies. (Me, Mama, Papa, Ton, Ate/Ninang Jing and her husband Darwin)


With Mama and Papa near the entrance. Talking about my bloodline, my Mama is 3/4 Filipina and 1/8 Spanish while my Papa is 1/2 Chinese and 1/2 Filipino so therefore I’m super mixed!

Us inside Madagascar: A Crate Adventure ride. We joined Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria on their adventure as we embark on the river ride.

On our next zone, the Far Far Away zone. We rode the Magic Potion Spin, it’s a Children’s Ferris Wheel, still we managed to handle the pressure lol.


Then we headed to Shrek 4-D Adventure, it definitely awesome! even thought I experienced this before I still did enjoy and felt the action right where I was sitted, my family enjoyed it too and screamed while the water was spraying on them, the strong wind with bouncy sit and ofcourse it’s 3D!

After that we then go to Donkey Live! It’s an interactive live show with Donkey, it’s amazing!


Us with Gen Hatchery’s Paleontologist- Dr. Rodney with the  baby Triceratops named “Diane”.

Then at the 3rd zone The Lost Word which is divided into 2 areas: One is the Jurassic Park where all of us board the Canopy Flyer – it’s one of the exciting ride’s everybody must try.


We also rode the Dino-Soarin, it’s a kids ride where you can control the dinosaur going up or down – its a fun ride I should say.


Then the second part is the Waterworld, it’s a spectacular show with death defying stunts with real explosions, fire and water show based on the blockbuster film Waterworld. It’s like your watching action movies in real, not to mention the very hot babe on the show, must not miss this one too!


Then at the middle zone, the Ancient Egypt. In this zone, this is where our most favorite ride is located its the Revenge of the Mummy – its a high speed roller coaster with huge fireballs, swarms of scarab beetles and an army of warrior mummies  all in total darkness! Total breathless, unstoppable scream and scary! a-must-experience ride ever!


There are also ancient architecture and tombs on that zone, it’s like travelling in the Golden Age in Egypt. Amazing view for pictorials.


Next Zone: Sci-Fi City, Everyone’s favorite where the most extremiest ride can dwells the Battlestar Galactica Human and Battlestar Galactica Cyclon. Honestly, I only rode the Battlestar Galactica Human (the red trails) it really scared me to death but the experience is the best, imagine your falling at the very high speed but since I am not strong enough and can’t combat my fear to ride so I passed out for Battlestar Galactica Cyclon (blue trail). I only then rest while watching my boyfriend and my brothers screams + turned upside down as it runs through a vertical loop, corkscrew and cobra roll.


Next Zone: New York. One of my favorite show is the Lights, Camera. Action! Hosted by Steven Spielberg it’s a movie special effect show where you can witness and feel hurricane, buildings falling and fire inside a small room.


Christmas Trees in the huge white building.


And Lastly, the Hollywood Zone! Lots of entertainment shows, dynamic architectures and we did meet Marilyn Monroe.

1 whole day at Universal studio is one of the most memorable moment of my life! It’s damn worth it! especially when you are with your family it’s a good place to spent time with.


Last shot with the whole family 🙂

Hope you enjoy reading as well 🙂 Have a nice day everyone and love your family 🙂

For more Singapore Travel places read here else you might interested reading our Singapore Zoo and Night Safari experience.



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