Universal Studios Singapore - Reopening Date 4th July 2020
Universal Studios Singapore reopened its doors to the public on 4th July 2020. However, an effective system has been put in place by the staff to ensure maximum safety and hygiene within the venue.
Safety Measures in Place at Universal Studios Singapore
Due to safety reasons, it is mandatory for all guests to wear masks and undergo temperature checks before entering the venue.
Visitors are required to keep a safe distance of 2 meters from others within the attraction. Group entry has been restricted to 5 members to avoid overcrowding. It is also necessary to follow floor markings and signage when queuing for rides and other activities within the studio.
Hand sanitizer dispensers have been placed across various points for guests to avail. During rides, visitors will be provided with an alternate row seating facility to avoid direct contact. QR codes will be followed to place orders from the menu.
For security and hygiene purposes certain shows, street entertainment, and selected experiences will not be available until further notice.
Booking Universal Studios Singapore Tickets Online
Tickets for Universal Studios Singapore are available here.
Everyday capacity has been significantly reduced which is why it is necessary for all guests to place their reservations online before arriving at the venue. Contactless payment is encouraged throughout. Visitors are requested to arrive 20 minutes before the scheduled time to avoid any delays.
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Universal Studios Singapore - Revised Opening Hours
Thursday to Sunday, 2 pm - 9 pm
Closed from Monday to Wednesday
For more information about visiting Universal Studios Singapore, refer to the information section here.