Universal Studios Singapore - Resorts World Sentosa Press Conference in HD

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Located within one of the worlds most extensive, and expensive, tourism projects, Resorts World Sentosa - Universal Studios Singapore will feature 24 rides and attractions, 18 of them original or adapted for Singapore.

Late last month, they held a press conference to unveil the movie theme park offerings for the first time, pulling the drapes off a pair of the worlds tallest duelling coasters, a castle from the world of Shrek, a live show by the infamous Universal Monsters and celebrity look-a-likes including Marilyn Monroe and Betty Boop.

Supporting the attractions was a sneak-peek debut that included an extensive menu of 30 restaurants and food carts, as well as 20 retail stores and carts.

You can now watch the entire press conference right here, in either standard format or in full HD. The press conference has been split into four parts of roughly ten minutes each.

To watch any of the videos, simply click play. If you are not on a fast internet connection, we suggest you click play, then pause immediately after, so that the video can be downloading as you do other things. Then, once complete (the red bar is all the way across), simply return to this page (without closing the browser window) and watch the video smoothly. To watch in full HD, simply click on the HD button.

Much more on Resorts World Sentosa and Universal Studios to come so do check back.

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