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Universal Studios Singapore Rides Experience Part 2

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Theme Park #4: Ancient Egypt

On our way to Ancient Egypt. these four giant statues welcomed us at the entrance.


Then we headed off to a cave like tomb which is the way to Revenge of The Mummy ride. The walk to the ride was too long and dark.

At the first minutes of the ride, you would think that it’s just a simple tour to mummies who are getting their revenge. I even thought it’s kinda boring as I was expecting more due to the reviews I read about it.

But lo and behold, my stomach turned upside down. It was like a roller coaster ride. Actually it is an indoor roller coaster ride. I wasn’t able to see clearly our surrounding as it was dark inside.

Anyways, I rode it twice. Just like with Transformers, one with hubby and with mom. I also gave it a high rating. So don’t miss it.


Photo by Resorts World Sentosa


Treasure Hunters is a child-friendly ride. Unfortunately, while we were on the line, the staff cancelled it as the weather is gloomy and the rain is approaching. So we weren’t able to treasure hunt with Yesha.


These are some of our pictures inside the Ancient Egypt





Theme Park #5: The Lost World

Only hubby went to ride here, while mom, Yesha and I just took a rest.


Photo by Resorts World Sentosa

Board your dino-proof flying vehicle as you enjoy a prehistoric bird’s eye view of Jurassic Park™. 

Attraction Type: Aerial ride; outdoor.
Height Restrictions: Guests under 92cm may not ride. Children between 92cm and 122cm must be accompanied by a supervising companion. No hand-held infants.



I was hoping to ride with Yesha here, but she was sleeping at that time.


Children can ride on the back of flying dinosaurs called Pteranodons, soaring up into the sky or plunging down into the shadows.

Attraction Type: None
Height Restrictions: Children under 122cm must be accompanied by a supervising companion. No hand-held infants.



After riding this, hubby got all wet. So if this is in your must ride list, be sure to have an extra clothes in your bag.

Photo by Resorts World Sentosa

It’s lunch time at Jurassic Park™ and you’re on the menu. Featuring a white water raft system with state-of-the-art animatronics and a thrilling white water drop, thrill-seekers on circular rafts will be tossed on waterways within the Jurassic Park compound, where prehistoric creatures roam free. 

Attraction Type: River raft ride; outdoor
Height Restrictions: Guests under 107cm may not ride. Children between 107cm and 122cm must be accompanied by supervising companion.



Theme Park #6: Far Far Away Land




Our first stop in Far Far Away was the Shrek 4D Show. My mom enjoyed this show a lot as this was her first 3D experience. The movie story is simple but filled with adventure and 3D animations.

Oh not only that we also felt the grassy meadow touching our lower legs, and spiders on crawling and water sprayed at us. It’s fun.

Photo by Universal Studio

Help save Princess Fiona in a totally in-your-face fairy tale adventure. Through the miracle of OgreVision you’ll see, hear, and actually FEEL the action right from your seat!

Join Princess Fiona, Shrek and Donkey on a honeymoon adventure that picks up where the Oscar-winning movie “Shrek” left off, through an original 3-D film, complete with jumps, bumps, bounces, air blasts and water spray that bring the action to life for each guest- with an extra dimension of special effects through the miracle of OgreVision glasses. 

Attraction Type: 4-D film experience; indoor
Height Restrictions: Children under 122cm must be accompanied by a supervising companion.



From Shrek 4D, we exited through a merchandise store where the magic potion spin is also located. It’s a small ferris wheel suited for children. And yes, we rode with Yesha here.


As guests make their way past the bubbling vats of Fairy Godmother’s Potion Shop, they’ll encounter the fantastical heart of the factory, the Magic Potion Spin. This miniature ferris wheel drives a clinking, clanking potion. 

Attraction Type: Children’s Ferris Wheel; indoor
Height Restrictions: Children under 100cm must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The maximum weight limit per gondola is 200kg.
This ride’s vehicles may not accommodate certain people due to their body shape or size.
We weren’t able to watch Donkey Live as it was almost closing at USS at that time and we need to go to Madagascar theme park.
Shrek’s fairy tale sidekick Donkey will bring the crowd to its feet in this all-new, one-of-a-kind, interactive live show experience, where guests sing along and even talk with Donkey in an intimate theatre setting.

Attraction Type: Live interactive show; indoor
Guests of all ages climb aboard Donkey’s beloved Dragon for a flight overFar Far Away and beyond. At Enchanted Airways, a merry cast of fairy tale creatures — from the Three Little Pigs to the Big Bad Wolf, fromGingy to Pinocchio — forms part of a magical airline in the form of a junior coaster that serves destinations throughout the World ofShrek! 

Attraction Type: Family roller coaster; outdoor
Height Restrictions: Guests under 92cm may not ride. Children between 92cm and 122cm must be accompanied by a supervising companion. No hand-held infants.

Theme Park #7: Madagascar

All we did here were just picture takings!



  1. It looks like your family had fun! We’re planning to bring Kelly there, but it seems like she won’t be able to ride a lot of rides. Hindi kaya lugi?

    1. Sis, if it’s just for Kelly, baka lugi and they can’t appreciate that much yet. Mas maraming rides for adults. For toddlers, recommendable ang Jurong Park and Singapore Zoo. But we weren’t able to go to Singapore Zoo, na-late kasi kami sa itinerary namin.

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