While the Marine Life Park might appear almost complete in the last update, it seems that there is more work to be done. Most of the pools have been drained and many areas of the park are now accompanied with scaffolds.
In-depth photo tours, reviews and updates on Themed Attractions.
Hidden within a glass dome at Marina Bay is a fragile forest, with lush vegetation and mystic shroud of mist engulfing its mountainous structure.
The Cloud Forest is one of the two Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by The Bay at Marina Bay. It is designed to feature of course, various vegetation from foggy and moist forests.
Here is a photo tour of Cloud Forest:
Voyage de la Vie is Singapore’s longest running theatre production, and the first homegrown theatrical spectacular. First public shows started in July 2010 – so it has a very commendable run of over two years.
Marine Life Park looks amazing and almost complete now. Gone are the pools undergoing cleaning and treatment – they are all sparkling blue. There are also many finishing touches all over the park – we can now see the little facilities offered at the park to make a visit enjoyable.
This update also includes the list of water rides and attractions available at Adventure Cove Waterpark at Marine Life Park.
It is time for another update on Marine Life Park – the most exciting one so far!
Let’s take a look at what’s been happening at the Marine Life Park. Please refer to the first entry for more information about the park.
A few weeks ago I posted an update about the new water cannons at Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure. They weren’t working back then.
I revisited the park on 17th April and both cannons were up and running!
Now that Universal Studios Singapore is more or less complete, let’s take a look at Marine Life Park. Featured in this update: Aerial photos of the park under construction.
Previously known as Equarius Water Park, Marine Life Park is set to be the world’s largest Oceanarium and offers thrilling and fun water rides.
Universal Studios Singapore – Update 01/2012
This entry is part of the monthly series covering updates at Universal Studios Singapore.
After its lengthy maintenance and enhancement works, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure has finally reopened – ready to pit guests right into the dangerous gaping jaws of dinosaurs and push them over the edge… into a soaking splash.
Unique to Universal Studios Singapore is a river rafting edition of Jurassic Park’s popular adventure rides. The other three Jurassic Park rides are known as “River Adventures”. While Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure lack the dramatic, breathtaking vistas and an elaborate indoor segment that River Adventures are well-known for, it makes up with unpredictable and thrilling rafting maneuvers. The ride was closed from 10 August 2011 till 20 January 2012 for extended refurbishment.
So anyway, this comprehensive update entry features a photo tour of the queue, loading area and splashdown of this attraction, as well as a list of changes that I have observed (to the best of my ability).
Boogie Countdown 2012 was Universal Studios Singapore’s first large-scale countdown event. Guests could enjoy the park’s attractions and special entertainment throughout the night. Last year’s event was known as “Countdown 2011 Resorts World Sentosa” and had half the park’s attractions operating. It was a closed event for Resorts World Sentosa’s partners and clients.
The park celebrated the oldies with hit tunes from the ’60s ~ ’90s played through the park’s speakers around Hollywood and New York Zone, and special themed performances. Other attractions remained unchanged, and there were no additional decorations beyond the Hollywood and New York Zone.
Earlier in the evening, park guests could also enjoy the first public performance of Hollywood Dreams Parade.