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  • Tips on Planning a Family Trip to Universal Studios Singapore

    SP’s resident writer shares the highlights of her recent trip to Universal Studios Singapore and gives handy tips on planning a family trip.
    by Stephanie F. Esguerra .
  • Several mascots and characters are in specific locations throughout the theme park for photo op purposes, and you can ask park attendants to photograph you using your own camera, or you can also buy the “official” photos from them.

    Prepare to shell out about SGD$30-50 per meal for each family member since you can only buy food from stores inside the park, butin case you’re just thirsty, all rides are equipped with water fountains.

    There are different ways to get to Universal Studios; you can take a cab, the bus, the MRT, or a combination of these to get to VivoCity or HarbourFront station bus stops. When you get to Vivo Mall, head for the 3rd level of VivoCity where you’ll need to buy tickets to ride via the Sentosa Express to Waterfront Station.

    Navigating Singapore is not an easy feat, but it is said to be one of the most convenient and safest countries in the world to travel in. If you have a smartphone, I suggest you download apps that offer street maps and the map of the MRT, Singapore’s transit system so you can study and plan the best routes ahead of time. As always, planning ahead can save you not only money, but also precious time!

    I know a few friends who are already booking flights in time for the December break, and if you’re one of them, don’t forget your camera and take plenty of photos! Most importantly, remember to have fun!

    Check out the highlights of my trip by clicking through the photos in the image gallery.

    Photos by Stephanie Esguerra, Carlo Mallo and Rommel Dimarucut

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