Hello again guys! We hope you’ve had an awesome week. In case the week isn’t going particularly well, the weekend is on its way so TGIF! Alright, let’s get back to the main point. First of all, today’s article ain’t about food. Instead, we’re focusing on this great piece of news regarding Universal Studios S’pore.
Minion Park & Super Nintendo World at USS by 2025
USS Expansion Details
Pretty sure you guys have heard of the hype with USS right? Well, Minion Park from Despicable Me as well as Super Nintendo World will be ready by the year 2025. This large expansion since USS’s opening is part of a huge resort-world expansion with approximately $4.5 billion invested into this mega project. The big name behind this project? None other than Resorts World Sentosa. Also, the name of this project is RW 2.0.
In case you’re wondering how huge a space USS expansion will take up, here’s the figure: 164,000 square metres of even more fun!
Currently, the themed rides in USS include Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar. Well, where exactly is this Minion Park and Super Nintendo World gonna be? The answer is that we’ve gotta bid farewell to the Madagascar zone. Hold it, is that good or bad news? We’ll let you guys decide on that. For now, to the best part: PICTURES!
S.E.A Aquarium Rebrands To Singapore Oceanarium
Aside from USS’s themed rides, the aesthetic S.E.A Aquarium will also be undergoing rebranding and expansion. Firstly, its name will be Singapore Oceanarium. Secondly, the Oceanarium will be three times larger than the S.E.A Aquarium with even more ocean wildlife for us to explore.
Specifically, there will be 3 zones to explore namely Evolution & Extinction, Exploration & Deep Ocean, and Conservation. This will be a great opportunity for all of us to further expand our knowledge on the importance of conserving aquatic animals.
So, are you guys ready for this mega, huge expansion project happening in Universal Studios S’pore? If you’re not so very keen on this, well, you still have years to explore the current USS. Besides, we should always embrace new things right?