Universal Studios Singapore – Park Update 05/2014

Universal Studios Singapore - Giant Easter Egg

It’s the last week to catch Easter Egg Island at Universal Studios Singapore! Find out more in this month’s park update.

Seven giant easter eggs have arrived at the park over the Easter weekend. Every zone in the park’s got one, except for Ancient Egypt.

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg Stickers

Stickers are included as an insert for this season’s Park Guides. There are empty spaces on the park map for guests to take part in a self-guided Great Egg Venture.

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg 1

Alex at Madagascar.

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg 2

Puss in Boots at Far Far Away.

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg 7

Shrek at Far Far Away, next to the entrance to Donkey Live.

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg 4

The T-Rex egg is located at The Lost World / Jurassic Park – photo’s at the top of this entry. The egg can be found near the Raptor Nest section (across Amber Rock Climb).

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg 3

Sunny Side Up, featuring Sesame Street characters. This is placed in between The Brown Derby and Pantages Hollywood Theater.

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg 5

Bunny Elmo in the middle of New York (near Rockafellas’ street stage).

Universal Studios Singapore - Easter Egg 6

A metallic Autobots egg, just across Transformers Supply Vault.

Universal Studios Singapore - New Ride Poster is Back

The park has decided not to build Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem in USS (for now? forever?); bringing back Battlestar Galactica is their top priority. The “Family Attraction” sign, which disappeared for a while, has returned.

Universal Studios Singapore - Shrek 4D Parking

One of the outdoor queue switchbacks at Shrek 4D has been completely dismantled.

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Shrek 4D

And so did some sections for the indoor queue. It’s now just a large “pen” which undoubtedly reduces load-time for the pre-show significantly.

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Shrek 4D 2

See those lines on the ground?

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Shrek 4D 3

I’m not sure when this happened, but the main screen, “Dungeon Cam”, at the pre-show is now shown in high frame-rate. Possibly 48fps.

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Waterworld

And now, enjoy some photos of Waterworld.

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Waterworld 1

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Waterworld 3

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Waterworld 5

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Waterworld 6

Apart from the Easter Egg Island special characters, some of the park’s regular characters have special costumes for this season. Here are the lovely Mel Dinettes – with bunny ears!

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Mel's Dinettes

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Mel's Dinettes 2

Universal Studios Singapore - Photos around the park: Mel's Dinettes 3

This would be the last week to experience Universal Studios Singapore’s Easter Egg Island, as the seasonal event ends on 13th May 2014.


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6 Responses to Universal Studios Singapore – Park Update 05/2014

  1. J May 6, 2014 at 7:33 pm #

    Wow Snow White and Sleeping Beauty look repainted! Is that true? Great!

  2. HI May 7, 2014 at 8:23 pm #

    May I know what day and what time do the Mel Dinettes/ Cruisers/Daddy O’s come out for the phototaking session with parkgoers? Thanks!

    By the way, best USS blog ever!

  3. Luke May 7, 2014 at 11:11 pm #

    WOW I missed so many eggs…..T T

  4. Novan May 7, 2014 at 11:14 pm #

    Hi Dejiki, is there any HHN 2014 update yet? I can’t wait for the next HHN 2014 update from your blog.

    Thanks!

  5. wong stella May 20, 2014 at 4:45 pm #

    hi Dejiki,
    What an amazing coverage of USS.
    I am from Malaysia and wish to purchase the One Day Pass and Google it online.
    To my surprise I can get a cheaper one day pass at site like city-discovery .com and attractionsxpress .com ….etc
    Just wish to ask for your opinion : it is safe to purchase the entry ticket from this third party?
    Are they authorized reseller and provide legit ticket?
    I found them usually S$5 cheaper than the official RWS’s website, as we are travelling in a group of 16 (course-mate), it will be a substantial saving ~~ 16×5=$80 (Singapore Dollar)
    Any catch of the perks offers?
    We will rather purchase the genuine tickets through RWS rather than taken up any risk of being reject at the entry gate.
    Awaiting your advice… Many thanks!

    • Dejiki May 24, 2014 at 8:28 am #

      Hi Stella,

      I would suggest that you purchase them from a reputable agency, with a physical location, so that you may inspect the park tickets or redemption vouchers.

      RWS would recommend that you buy directly from them to ensure authenticity.

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