The world’s first Far Far Away Castle, located in Universal Studios Singapore, offers visitors the chance to step into the world of Shrek and Princess Fiona. This magnificent castle also houses magical concoctions at the Fairy Godmother’s Potion Factory and fairytale-themed cuisine inspired by the residents of Far Far Away. ©2009 Resorts World Sentosa
Universal Studios Singapore® offers up family fun at incredible value Tickets to the region’s first and only Universal Studios® theme park start from S$32 for seniors
Singapore, 18 November 2009 – Come early next year, Singaporeans and visitors will get to visit Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios theme park opening in Resorts World® Sentosa.
Resorts World Sentosa today announced the ticket prices for passes to Universal Studios Singapore, which begins as attractively as S$32 for a senior-citizen day pass to S$118 for a two-day adult pass. Starting from a weekday rate of S$66 for an adult and S$48 for a child, a family of four could enjoy a full-day outing at Universal Studios Singapore for the equivalent of a buffet brunch at an upscale hotel (see Annex A for rates).
Ticket sales and room reservations will be launched at a later date, in conjunction with exclusive packages for a charity auction. Details will be announced soon. Visitors can look out for regular updates on www.rwsentosa.com or http://www.facebook.com/ResortsWorldatSentosa
Packed with 24 attractions, 18 of them new or adapted for Singapore, visitors to Universal Studios Singapore will be the first to try out many blockbuster theme park rides. The theme park boasts a collection of many world firsts: the world’s biggest single collection of DreamWorks Animation attractions; the world’s first Far Far Away Castle from the world of Shrek; the world’s first Madagascar theme park ride; the world’s tallest dueling roller coaster Battlestar Galactica, the world’s first Sci-Fi zone, and more.
For just one ticket charge, visitors will also get to enjoy non-stop live entertainment that takes them back to seven thematic worlds, as well as 30 theme restaurants and food carts and 20 theme retail stores and kiosks – all within the park to dine and shop from.
Ms Shirly Chen, Vice President (Sales Development), Resorts World Sentosa said: “Resorts World Sentosa will dramatically change the way locals and visitors view Singapore, both as a home and a place to visit. We have pegged ticket prices for Universal Studios Singapore at an incredible value compared to major theme parks worldwide, because we believe in bringing the Ride The Movies™ experience to everyone. As Singapore’s IR, a place for every Singaporean, it is also our aim to reach out to everyone, not forgetting grandmas and grandpas.”
Resorts World Sentosa, Asia’s largest family holiday destination, will open early next year with Universal Studios Singapore, four hotels, a casino and a host of shopping, dining and entertainment offerings. Its all-suite boutique Crockfords Hotel accepts by-invitation guests only, but deluxe room rates for its three other hotels start from S$400 at Festive Hotel, S$450 at Hard Rock Hotel, and S$500 at Hotel Michael.
Universal Studios Singapore ticket options
Monday to Friday (Excluding black-out dates*)
Weekends and black-out dates*
*Public holidays, eve of public holidays and super-peak periods.
*Two-day passes are for two consecutive days
Weekday (non-school holidays & non Black-out dates) 30
Weekday (School Holidays) 48
Weekend and black-out dates 68
*Express passes offers ticket holders priority access to all attractions. A limited number of express passes are sold each day, and it has to be bought in conjunction with an admission pass.
1. All prices are in Singapore dollars.
2. Cost of ticket includes admission to all attractions in the park
3. Adult refers to ages 13 and above
4. Child refers to ages 4-12
5. Senior refers to ages 65 and above
6. The above rates are valid until further notice. All rates are subject to change without prior notice.
Source : RWSentosa