List of Attractions in Universal Studios Singapore and My Recommendations

List of Attractions in Universal Studios Singapore and My Recommendations

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There so many rides, shows, and street performance in Universal Studios Singapore. And there are so little time to explore the park.

If you want to know how to maximize your visit to USS, read my guides here.

One of my most important tips in that guide is to decide what attractions you want to visit before you actually visit Universal Studios Singapore. By doing advance research, you can decide which one to prioritize and which one to let go.

A very common question that people asked me in the past, “Are the rides free in Universal Studios Singapore?” Yes, all of the rides and shows are included in the admission ticket, so you can enjoy them as many times as you want. 

The only additional fees you might pay is the Express Pass, which allows you to get faster access the famous rides. This Express Pass is optional. You don’t have to buy if you don’t want to. 

Alright, here is the full list of attractions in Universal Studios Singapore (USS). Kids-friendly attractions are marked with “For Kids.” My personal favorites are marked with “Recommended.”


1. New York: Lights, Camera, Action! (Recommended)

Lights, Camera, Action! is a production studio where you can experience being part of a movie set. There is a hurricane scene, so you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a hurricane. Tips: you may get wet if you stand too near to the set, so do avoid getting too near.

Lights Camera Action at Universal Studios Singapore
Lights Camera Action!

2. New York: Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase [For kids]

This kid-friendly ride brings you through a tunnel as you join Elmo and friends chase Macaroni. All you have to do is just sit in a carrier.

Spaghetti Space Chase at Universal Studios Singapore
Spaghetti Space Chase

3. Sci Fi: TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle

Imagine this, you are sitting in a Transformer robot and you’re fighting against the forces of the evil. Boys would love this, especially because the 3D effect makes the experience almost real.

But for me, I got dizziness and severe motion sickness, so I don’t really like it.

Transformer at Universal Studios Singapore

4. Sci Fi: Accelerator

Accelerator is a spinning ride. If you’re the type of person who is prone to motion sickness, avoid this ride. But, if you aren’t, you might like this.

USS ride at Sci Fi: Accelerator
Accelerator (Photo credit: USS)

5. Sci Fi: Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON (Recommended)

Human is the red roller coaster, while Cylon is the blue one. Both are high speed and equally popular, so do try both. Loose items are not allowed on the rides.

Battlestar Galactica Cylon at Universal Studios Singapore
Battlestar Galactica HUMAN at Universal Studios Singapore
Battlestar Galactica HUMAN & CYLON at Universal Studios Singapore

6. Ancient Egypt: Revenge of the Mummy (Recommended)

Revenge of the Mummy is a very popular ride because it’s just different from usual rollercoaster. It is an indoor, high speed roller coaster in total darkness! Backward motion is included, too! You just have to ride this.

Revenge of the Mummy at Universal Studios Singapore
Revenge of the Mummy

7. Ancient Egypt: Treasure Hunters [For Kids]

Treasure Hunters is perfect for young kids who prefer calm rides. Basically, you sit in a car and drive around a pool/lake at slow speed.

Treasure Hunter at Universal Studios Singapore
Treasure Hunter

8. The Lost World: Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure (Recommended)

This thrill ride is perfect for adrenaline seeker. River rafting alone is quite challenging. This ride goes beyond just river rafting.

It is river rafting with strong current and a slide!

You may or may not get wet from this ride, so you might want to wear plastic raincoat or bring additional clothes. 

Tips: you can bring your belongings on boat or keep them in lockers, but the lockers at Rapids Adventure are not free so if you want to save money, keep your stuff at Mummy’s lockers.

USS ride at Lost World - Jurassic Park - Rapids Adventure
Rapids Adventure (Photo credit: USS)

9. The Lost World: Canopy Flyer (Recommended)

Honestly, I kinda like Canopy Flyer. It is a medium to high speed overhanging flying vehicle. It is less scary than a rollercoaster, but it has adrenaline element.

USS ride at Lost World - Canopy Flyer
Canopy Flyer (Photo credit: USS)

10. The Lost World: Dino-Soarin’ [For Kids] 

Dino-Soarin’ is a classic ride where young kids sit in a flying vehicle that does round and round. 

USS ride at Lost World - Dino Soarin
Dino Soarin’ (Photo credit: USS)

11. The Lost World: Amber Rock Climb

So, you fancy rock climbing? The Amber Rock Climb is a great place for beginners to try rock climbing. Don’t worry if you don’t have wall climbing license or friends to belay you. The USS staffs are full-time belayer here.

Amber Rock Climbing at Universal Studios Singapore
Amber Rock Climbing

12. Far Far Away: Puss In Boots’ Giant Journey

Puss in Boots’ Giant Journey is a ride where you get to sit in a crate which travels up and down the track at medium to high speed.

Puss in the Boots at Universal Studios Singapore
Puss in the Boots

13. Far Far Away: Shrek 4-D Adventure (Recommended)

Shrek and Princess Fiona is on their honeymoon! Would you like to join them? You could!

This 4D shows lets you experience being a part of Shrek’s adventure. You’ll feel the jump, bounces and even water spray. 

If you love Shrek, you MUST visit this attraction.

USS Far Far Away - Shrek 4D
Shrek 4D Adventure (Photo credit: USS)

14. Far Far Away: Magic Potion Spin [For Kids] 

Another classic children’s ferris wheel, with a twist. This ferris wheel is in a potion factory! 

USS Far Far Away - Magic Potion Spin
Magic Potion Spin (Photo credit: USS)

15. Far Far Away: Enchanted Airways (Recommended)

I really recommend Enchanted Airways, a high speed roller coaster in Far Far away. It is smaller compared to Human & Cylon in scale and speed, but nonetheless, it’s quite terrifying.

Enchanted Airways at Universal Studios Singapore
Enchanted Airways

16. Madagascar: King Julien’s Beach Party-Go-Round [For Kids] 

A theme park it complete without a carousel!

USS ride at Madagascar - King Julien Carousel
King Julie’s Beach Party-Go-Round  

17. Madagascar: A Crate Adventure

The name says it all. It is an adventure ride where you sit in a boat, or crate, and go through an indoor tunnel.


1. Hollywood: Sesame Street Show (Recommended) – a musical show by Sesame Street characters.

Sesame Street Show at Universal Studios Singapore
Sesame Street Show
Sesame Street Show (When I Grow Up) at Universal Studios Singapore
Sesame Street Show (When I Grow Up)

2. The Lost World: WaterWorld – a play based on blockbuster film, “Waterworld”

USS show at The Lost World - Waterworld
Waterworld (Photo credit: USS)

3. Far Far Away: Donkey Live (Recommended) – a comedy show of Donkey’s live performance, it is an interactive show where Donkey respond to the actual conversation with MC and visitor.

USS show at Far Far Away - Donkey Live
Donkey Live (Photo credit: USS)

Street Performance:

1. Hollywood: Mel’s Dinettes – singing & dancing performance by waitresses of Mel’s Diners.

2. Hollywood: The Cruisers – singing & dancing performance by boyband at the stage near Mel’s Diner

The Cruisers at Universal Studios Singapore
The Cruisers

3. New York: The Rockafellas – breakdance performance at the corner near New York Library.

Rockafellas at Universal Studios Singapore

4. New York: Sesame Street Stage Shows – singing & dancing performance by Sesame Street characters near Loui’s NY Pizza Parlor.

5. Far Far Away: The Dance For The Magic Beans – dancing performance by Puss In Boots and Kitty Softpaws.

USS show at Far Far Away - Dance for the Magic Beans
The Dance for the Magic Beans (Photo credit: USS)

6. Madagascar: Madagascar Boogie! – dancing performance by Madagascar’s characters.

USS show at Madagascar - Boogie
Madagascar Boogie (Photo credit: USS)

Special Events:

1. Hollywood Dream Parade

Madagascar -Hollywood Dream Parade at Universal Studios Singapore
Shrek - Hollywood Dream Parade at Universal Studios Singapore
Mummy - Hollywood Dream Parade at Universal Studios Singapore

2. Lake Hollywood Spectacular

Lake Hollywood Spectacular at Universal Studios Singapore
Lake Hollywood Spectacular (photo by: RWSblog)

3. And many other special events that varies over the year, you need to check USS website for latest information.

Buying the ticket

The official price of USS ticket is SGD 79. However, you can get cheaper tickets if you buy online. A one-day ticket is available at the discounted price of SGD 75. The admission ticket doesn’t need to be printed, you can use the electronic ticket for entry.

Attractions, rides, shows in Universal Studios Singapore

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Priya

    Hi Eva tnx for ur update…do we have to buy more than one ticket per person like one entry ticket and one ride ticket. We are basically 2 adults and 1 kid(age 9 yrs)…

    1. Eva

      Hi Priya. No, you don’t need to buy another ticket for rides. All rides are included in the main admission ticket.
      However, during peak season, the queue will be long. So if you don’t like to queue, you can purchase the Express Pass.

  2. Phil Briggs

    Hi Eva, nice article – great information.
    I’ll be visiting next month. Can you please advise updated prices (if they’ve changed) and if your code still applies.


    1. Eva

      Hi Phil, there’s no change of prices. Yes, the code still applies 🙂

  3. sougata das

    Is there any free rides available in the entry ticket. Thanks in advance

    1. Eva

      All rides are free in USS

  4. Kopral Jono

    mantap sekali penjelasannya

  5. chetan bagdodia

    Nice information

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