The last theme park that we visited in Orlando, Florida during our stay there was the Universal Studios. As a first time visitor, I didn’t know what to expect but I was really impressed by how the Universal Studios designed the entire place according to various themes. Nostalgia and excitement filled the air, as you pass each and every attraction. However, I still like the Islands of Adventure more than this classic theme park because of the thrilling rides that it offers. In my opinion, Islands of Adventure is more of a “teenager” theme park while Universal Studios is a “family” theme park. Thus, being with my relatives made me enjoy Universal Studios more. It’s great and fun for the whole family!
I always take a photo of our paking space number so we won’t forget where we parked the car.
On the way to the main entrance!
Before going to Universal Studios or Islands of Adventures, stroll first in the City Walk. The place is amazing. There is so much to see and do.
I wish I could live in Orlando and go here often.
Rock ‘N Roll in the world’s biggest Hard Rock Cafe!
In City Walk, there is a variety of restaurants, bars, cinema house and even, a golf courses.
Their golf courses are not normal. They’re also themed.
Now, there’s me with the famous Universal logo.
You`ll find lots of movie-related attractions. The lines are long but it’s worth the wait.
On the left side of the photo is the Mummy ride, my most favorite ride in Universal Studios. It’s an indoor roller coaster with great mix of thrills and special effects.
The Revenge of the Mummy ride will definitely make you love Universal!
Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular show was held here.
Welcome to San Francisco! In Universal, there is also a place which based on the theme of a mature coastal city in Northern California.
Disaster!: A Major Motion Picture Ride…Starring You! It’s boring at the start but you will leave the ride with a smile on your face. Tip: force someone from your party to volunteer for the ‘grandma’ role!
That guy got the ‘hunk’ role.
Do you have what it takes to face your fears? It’s Fear Factor Live!
If you want to be the star in this show, you can audition 70 minutes prior the nearest show time.
It’s looks cool, isn’t it?
Welcome to Krustyland. This is obviously built by Krusty the Clown from the animated television series, The Simpsons. The Simpson ride is a motion simulator ride with the Simpson.
Oh, cool vandalism. lol.
Want some donuts?
The Transformers ride is latest and the most popular attraction in Universal Orlando. Hence, it also has the longest waiting time.
BA BA BA BABANANA BA BA BA BABANANA NA NA NA AHH POTATO NA AH AH!
Good bye, Universal! Till next time! 🙂