Why is Hello Kitty sighted in Universal Studio? Well, because it is Japan and if a Hello Kitty shop in Japan is always crowded, when even Hardrock Cafe has a series of Hello Kitty crossover T-shirts, it does make sense to have Hello Kitty in Universal Studio.
The Spiderman ride was pretty cool, with 3D cartoon characters flying all over the place while our little ride zoomed around in high speed, with Spiderman's superhero friends flying all around to save us from his enemies all over the place.
The Waterworld show is a must-watch show in the Universal Studio. There you can find all sorts of stunts, from boat chase to act-act fights, with actors climbing up high only to fall down into the man-made pond. They must be pretty cold during such cold winter though!
Though we were at the Universal Studio in January when Christmas was long gone, the Christmas atmosphere was still pretty apparent in the park. Hey, even JAW was wearing a ring of mistletoe!
First of all, you don't expect much from theme park food. Though the dinosaur-shaped beef steak was pretty niche, the taste was nothing fantastic. Wonder if the new Universal Studio in Sentosa will have merlion-shaped steak...
Hey, Singaporeans are not the only kiasu people around, okay! At 7pm, the locals were already sitting on the street and waiting for the 7:30pm Magical Starlight Parade!
With my elbows supported on my knees (because I didn't bring tripod and I don't think there is space for one anyway) to prevent too much shaking of my camera, I'm glad that I managed to take some reasonable looking shots!
Wow! Didn't think the rabbit in Alice in Wonderland can get this big!
Yap, I only remember Alice having tea-break in the whole Wonderland, so she deserves to be served in a gigantic tea cup!
There are also dressed-up actors going around to mingle with the crowd and making the kids laugh.
When it comes to the Aladdin theme, there are dancers dancing in bulbs-lit skirts. Kinda worried for them that they might get electrocuted accidentally!
A woman was actually doing some belly dancing in the camel's stomach!
Not sure which part of Aladdin does this peacock belong to, but it does look magical.
The Fairy Godmother was the first to appear in the Cinderella theme. Well, it makes sense since Cinderella won't live happily ever after without her help!
This is my favourite! A group of well-dressed men in tuxedos pushing carts of white pigeons flying into the sky!
One thing about the Japanese, no matter how cold the night, no matter how difficult it must be to dance with bulbs-lit skirts, they'll always do it with a smile!
Universal Studio Japan - Take JR rail to Universal Studio station。
Universal Studio Japan Official Website