Universal Studios Singapore has removed the requirement for guests to buy tickets in advance for the park, with same-day ticket sales starting on Monday, March 22.
The park opened to the public on March 18, but has been restricting the number of guests allowed in to enable it to ramp up to full operations over time. Previously, this meant that visitors were unable to buy tickets on the gate, but that constraint will be lifted from today. The park is also said to be considering extending its opening hours on weekends beyond the current 9am-6pm hours.
As well on the gate, tickets can be purchased online through Universal Studios Singapore's website, or by phone (+65 6577 8899). Adults tickets cost $66 (US$47) for weekdays, and $72 (US$52) for weekends, with child tickets costing $48 (US$34) for weekdays and $52 (US$37) for weekends.
Universal Studios Singapore has proven very popular during its first week of operations, with tickets for the opening weekend selling out in advance. The park's website struggled to cope with the heavy demand initially, although with the restrictions on ticket sales now being loosened it seems that the park's management are confident of handling current demand levels.
The latest Universal park features 7 themed zones and 24 rides and attractions. Some, such as The Mummy Returns and Shrek 4-D, are based on existing attractions at the company's U.S. parks. However, there are a number of unique new attractions including dueling rollercoasters themed around the Battlestar Galactica TV series and a boat ride based on Dreamworks' popular Madagascar animated movies.
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