Saturday, January 20, 2018

Photo Diary: Universal Studios Singapore (2017)

I've never been to a theme park before. I've never been to Enchanted Kingdom nor Star City. But there are carnivals that come to our city from time to time which made me a sucker for extreme rides. And by extreme, I mean, those dodgy and rusty roller coasters that clank and screech at every turn with the possibility of the safety harness coming loose or, worse, bolts and screws break and go flying around while you hang on to your unsecured over-the-shoulder restraints for dear life. So if you really think about it, any theme park's extreme rides do not come close to that. Haha.

Universal Studios Singapore is the first legit theme park I've ever visited. And it is nothing short of amazing.

Universal Studios Singapore
Obligatory photo of the Universal Studios globe
Universal Studios Singapore

It was a weekday when we were there. There were only a few people, so the queues to the most popular rides were not really that long (max waiting time was only 10 mins). We got there around lunch time and at 5pm, we've already seen the entire park.

Universal Studios Singapore
Not too crowded. Yay!
Universal Studios Singapore

Being the adrenaline junkie that I am, I tried their extreme rides. My favorites are: Transformers Ultimate 3D Battle, 4D Revenge of the Mummy, and Battlestar Galactica (cylon and human). In that particular order. And it was the first time in my roller-coaster riding life that I ever felt safe. Haha. We also enjoyed watching Water World and other kiddie stuff in between.

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

We really had the time of our lives there and this explains why we do not have a lot of photos. I know it's a great thing that we just put the camera down and live the moment. But at times like this when I wanted to blog about it, maghahanap at maghahanap din ako ng pictures. Sigh.

P.S. This is a throwback post by the way. We went to Singapore last March 2017.

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