Universal Studios Singapore: Santa’s All-Star Christmas 2016 review

By Lynn Wee   — December 09, 2016
  • What you can expect at Universal Studios Singapore this Christmas
    1 / 10 What you can expect at Universal Studios Singapore this Christmas

    With the ongoing festive cheer and decorations around town, it’d have definitely piqued your kid’s desire for a day out to have fun and celebrate this yuletide occasion. 

    How about spending a day at Universal Studios Singapore Santa’s All-Star Christmas celebration at Resorts World Sentosa?

    Young Parents checked out its festive attractions and new original musical production

    (Click on arrows in photos to find out more)

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  • The Universal Journey attraction holds the Guinness World Records title
    2 / 10 The Universal Journey attraction holds the Guinness World Records title

    Holding the Guinness World Records title for the largest light bulb display in an indoor venue, is the main attraction of the theme park this year – the Universal Journey. 

    Featuring 824,961 light bulbs that took two months to complete, the majestically stunning light display will whisk both the adults and kids on an adventure. 

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  • Illuminated spiral topiaries and towering trees
    3 / 10 Illuminated spiral topiaries and towering trees

    The little ones will be lost (in a good way, of course) in the illuminated spiral topiaries and towering trees of the Enchanted Pine Forest. 

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  • Larger-than-life displays
    4 / 10 Larger-than-life displays

    They will also be awed by the larger-than-life quaint town of Herald’s Square and the Land of Great Gifts showcasing human-sized presents and a teddy bear.

    The Universal Journey is located at Projects near the New York Public Library. 

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  • A new production – Bah Humbug! A Christmas Spectacular
    5 / 10 A new production – Bah Humbug! A Christmas Spectacular

    Catch characters such as the cast of Sesame Street, the Minions, Gingerbread Man, Snow Queen and the Little Match Girl  all in one setting. 

    The brand new musical extravaganza Bah Humbug! A Christmas Spectacular, will only play during this festive season.

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  • Look out for the balls of confetti
    6 / 10 Look out for the balls of confetti

    Children will be intrigued with the colourful backdrop that changes with each scene, as well as the lively song and dance movements. 

    What we liked most were the huge balls of confetti that were thrown around in the theatre towards the end, and the engagement with the Sesame Street cast as they came off stage. 

    The show will play at selected timings daily, at the Pantages Hollywood Theatre.

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  • Welcome to Santa's Village
    7 / 10 Welcome to Santa's Village

    Adding on to the Christmas atmosphere is the 235 sq metres Santa’s Village, where kids can get up close and personal with the magical folks residing there. 

    They can also interact with Mrs Claus, the talking reindeers, Gingerbread Man, and even Santa himself, in this whimsical and colour indoor village. 

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  • Groove along with the fun-loving elves
    8 / 10 Groove along with the fun-loving elves

    There is also a musical performance by the fun-loving elves, where the kids can sing and dance along to.

    The Santa’s sleigh, that sits amidst the village, makes a great photo opportunity, especially with the occasional falling snow. 

    Santa’s Village is located at Projects near the New York Public Library.

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  • Participate in wacky games at DJ Eddy Elf'd Rocking Radio station
    9 / 10 Participate in wacky games at DJ Eddy Elf'd Rocking Radio station

    Don’t miss the DJ Eddy Elf’s Rocking Radio station where kids (and adults) can participate in wacky Christmas games such as karaoke with Christmas carols and the Candy Cane Limbo Rock. 

    If you’re lucky, you’ll even get to see special guests, such as Woody Woodpecker and Beetlejuice, who will add humour to the show.

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  • Fireworks displays and snowfall
    10 / 10 Fireworks displays and snowfall

    Families can also expect fireworks displays on selected nights, as well as the hourly snowfall outside the New York Public Library from 12pm onwards until 9pm (on weekday evenings) and 10pm (on weekend evenings). 

    All festive attractions are free and will be at the theme park till Jan 2.

    Usual admission charges apply. Tickets cost $56 per child (aged four to 12 years old) and $74 per adult. 

    Find out more www.rwsentosa.com/uss

    Related: Christmas 2016: Where to see snow in Singapore

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