On 18 Mar 2010 - 8.28am, Universal Studio Singapore officially opened it's door to public. There was no tickets sold on the spot during this soft opening period, you have to book it throught internet or phone a few day early. When they first opened for booking on 10 Mar - 9.00am, their internet and phone lines was jammed due the the massive crowd. Perhaps thanks to the jammed, i was able to book the tickets early morning the next day, beating all other to be the first pax of visitors. (Adult S$66, Child S$48)
My daughter couldn't wake up early, so we went out a bit late, around 8.00am. I have to carried her all the way from Hotel 81 Lucky at Geylang, to the MRT, then to the Vivo City. From Vivo City, we took the Resort World Shuttle bus to Universal Studio (S$2 per-person). We arrived there around 10am, missed the opening ceremony. Surprisingly, the crowd was very small, i was expecting a huge crowd since all the tickets for the first 2 days was sold out. Perhaps they limited the visitors since it was the 1st opening day.