Monday, 29 July 2013

Universal Studios Singapore

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One of the latest and greatest additions to Singapore's already exciting roster of great attractions is Universal Studios Park. Universal Studios Singapore is part of a larger resort on beautiful Sentosa Island that opened in 2010.

Once an old fishing village known as Pulau Blakang Mati, Sentosa Island is now one of the biggest attractions for tourists looking for sun, sand, and sea. Sentosa Island is situated off the south coast of Singapore and home to several hotels and two well-known five-star resorts. With the opportunity for an exciting theme-park visit, a Universal Studios vacation will be top priority for many families traveling in the area.

Occupying almost 124 acres upon its completion, it is an important part of Resorts World Sentosa design, a casino-based facility Singaporeans refer to as an integrated resort. Since Singapore gambling Las Vegas-style has not been legal in the past, many Malaysians became concerned with talk of legalizing different gambling styles to boost tourism. The Malaysian government promised its people that strict guidelines would be adhered to so that gambling would not negatively impact the country's social structure. The euphemism integrated resorts refers to a development where the main draw is a casino, but also showcases many other types of facilities, such as dining and shopping, for tourists to enjoy.

Universal Studios Singapore comprises six distinctly themed zones which include Hollywood Boulevard, The Lost World, and Egypt. The park is only movie-theme one of its kind in Southeast Asia featuring more than twenty-four rides and myriad attractions for young and old alike. Much like its counterpart in Florida, Universal Studios Park in Singapore is based around hot blockbusters and contains numerous rides for thrill seekers. Suspended or seated, there is an exciting coaster everyone will enjoy. Thrills, spills, and adventure are all available as families tour through this highlight of Singapore.

Those who plan on a Universal Studios vacation in Singapore will enjoy the added benefits of the other exciting facilities that are a part of Resorts World at Sentosa. Marine Life Park is another exciting addition to the resort complex and will feature the world's biggest oceanarium. The oceanarium will hold over 500,000 gallons of water and more than 600,000 fish! The foundation for the Marine Life Park are the paramount aspects of education and research thus furthering the public's understanding of the oceanic system and the protection of the ocean's species. Wade with reef fishes, dive with tiger sharks, and get up close and personal with dolphins as you enjoy another wonderful possibility during a Universal Studios vacation. Another new attraction nearby is the fabulous Gardens By the Bay in the Marina Bay District, which opened in 2012.

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