We went to Universal Studios Singapore the day AFTER I got so drunk from RVLT.
I wasn’t originally planning to go to Universal on a weekend, let alone a Sunday since I didn’t want to squeeze in with people or line up so long for a ride BUT I didn’t have a choice because Universal is closed EVERY MONDAY TO TUESDAY (for now or well for the time that we went).
I suggest that you do check up on their schedules first BEFORE booking your plane tickets because you might not be able to go if you’re planning to do a quick fly-in fly-out trip in Singapore.
Make sure to check their official website so you can be updated with their schedule – https://www.rwsentosa.com/en/attractions/universal-studios-singapore.
Luckily I could move around my plan during that time since I haven’t booked the tickets for the other places that I wanted to go.
I booked my tickets under Klook, as always!
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How to go to Universal Studios Singapore:
1. Get down at HarbourFront Station
option lines –
You have arrived at your destination.
I finished riding everything I wanted early since the wait time was so short so we decided to go around the park since I wanted to re-create some photos 😆.
After we took a break we kinda just walked around and before you knew it we were a bit hungry already.
We went to Mel’s Diner early like around past 5 PM early and IT WAS A GOOD THING!
The park was closing at 6 PM the day when we went to Universal and we didn’t know that you can only enter Mel’s Diner until 5:30 PM like 30 minutes before closing.
We were so lucky we were already inside since they did not accept any more customers who wanted to enter past 5:30 PM.
We just took a rest until around I think 5:50 PM since it was the only place that had AC besides Starbucks.
After we had our dinner and some rest time, we decided to just go around and look at the souvenir shop since I apparently have a free $20 worth of retail items included in the ticket I bought.
all photos were taken using an iPhone / Fujifilm X-T20 18-55 mm
Thank you, Universal Studios! I had a good time despite the heat!
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