Universal Studios Singapore Set to Undergo a Major Expansion

Concept Art for Super Nintendo World

Universal Studios Singapore, Universal’s smallest park at only 49 acres, is set to undergo a massive expansion in the coming years that will expand th 120 acre resort by 40 acres to 160 acres. This expansion will bring a Minions Park area and Super Nintendo World to the park.

Minions Park is currently in Universal Studios Japan and is an expansion of the Super Silly Fun Land area and it looks quite charming in my opinion. Minions Park will replace the Madagascar area in Singapore. Super Nintendo World is coming to Japan, Florida and California and I expect the layout of the one coming to this park to be similar in style to the Japan and California locations.

The 3.3 Billion dollar expansion will also include resort enhancements like tripling the size of the resort’s S.E.A aquarium and bringing a people-mover type system connecting Sentosa Island to the Sentosa Mainland. This people-mover will have a capacity of 1,800 people per hour and should really help with the increased crowds when all these expansions open up. Lastly, there will be a new “Waterfront Lifestyle Complex” that will include two new Universal hotels.

This humongous expansion will begin construction in 2020 with new attractions opening up each year until 2025! Comment below what you think of this massive expansion. Would you guys like to see Universal put something unique in their expansions instead of just copying attractions and lands from one park to the next?

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