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Singapore Super Saver: Universal Studios and S.E.A. Aquarium with Optional Hotel Pickup

  • Visit Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium in one day
  • Admission tickets to both attractions are included in this tour price
  • Ideal for families looking for an activity-packed day on Sentosa Island
Singapore Super Saver: Universal Studios and S.E.A. Aquarium with Optional Hotel Pickup
From US$82.83
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This combination admission to Universal Studios and the S.E.A. Aquarium is ideal for travelers looking to make the most out of a day in Singapore. Get picked up from your hotel and walk right past admission lines at two of Sentosa Island’s busiest attractions. You’ll save time spent getting to the attractions and waiting in line for tickets, and spend more of your day as you like.
What to Expect
Your day starts with a hotel pickup outside of Sentosa Island. Board your coach and travel to Sentosa, where Universal Studios and S.E.A. Aquarium are located.

Your admission to both attractions is valid for one day. Start at either park, spending as much time as you’d like before moving on. You won’t need to walk far, as they’re located right next to each other.

Universal Studios Singapore is divided into seven zones based on blockbuster films and TV shows. Step into replica movie sets, ride roller coasters, and watch live performances.

The S.E.A. Aquarium is home to more than 800 species of fish, mammals, and other marine life, including more than a few hundred sharks. Walk across a glass floor above swimming ocean predators, and see endangered sharks like the silvertip and scalloped hammerhead.
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1 - 5 of 24 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
My 3rd time

Went to revisit USS today but the queue is getting longer than usual. Spent more time waiting in the queue. The rides are getting boring too. Won't be coming back unless there is some new attractions.

2  Thank Odyssey813893
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
To little rides per people in park

I wouldn’t recommend going here. To small a park for the amount of people so u have to line up for almost 2 hrs for a 1 minute ride. Even the que jumper tickets holders had to line up some as well. Most of the...More

2  Thank Natalie O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
very busy except really long wait times

we visited this place on a friday as i read up it was open until 10.00 pm we booked through tour east and this was a disaster, we think our actual driver was still drunk from there national day celebrations and he did not make...More

2  Thank Sharon L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Poor Service

Last December 2017 we had a day tour to this place. Its congested and there queuing system is not good. They giving priority to those in the priority lane and those who have regular tickets will be served last. We queued in one of the...More

4  Thank PAUL R R
Reviewed 30 July 2018 via mobile
A must!!!!

After reading many reviews I had mixed emotions on visiting. Well let me tell you, all the people that didn’t like it didn’t get an express pass and listen to other reviews. Yes we paid $90 each to have an express but oh my goodness...More

4  Thank haddlem
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terri c
18 September 2018|
Response from 石田 日 |
I chose an easy way. It is a bus transfer from the hotel.
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Christian N
12 September 2018|
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Response from rearingtogo | Reviewed this property |
Sorry,no idea.Ihaven't travelled with children or a stroller.
rifqi f
19 August 2018|
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Response from rearingtogo | Reviewed this property |
Sorry never stayed there