Tips For Visiting Universal Studios Singapore

If you find yourself in Singapore, checking out Universal Studios is a must. There are many reasons to check out Universal Studios. Below, we will be going over some of the top tips for getting the most out of your trip.

Tips For Visiting Universal Studios:

1. Off Peak.

Timing your visit is key. You want to visit the park on an off-peak day rather than a day that is going to be crowded. Because Universal Studios can get very crowded, it is important to plan your visit during a time period where not as many people are going to be there. This is typical throughout the work week and nonpublic holidays. By doing this, you are going to have a lot more chances to get on rides and to attend shows that you might otherwise have to wait a long time for if you were to go when it is crowded.

2. Prepare Ahead Of Time.

Another thing that you are going to want to do in order to guarantee that you have a great time is to prepare and plan ahead of time. You will want to be prepared to get wet as they have a lot of different rides and attractions that will get you wet at some point. For this reason, you will likely want to wear quick drying clothes that will allow you to quickly dry off after a wet ride. They do have machines that are located outside of these rides that will help you dry off quickly, but they do cost money.

3. Consider Buying The Universal Express Pass.

If you are someone that doesn’t like to wait in lines and would rather get the most out of your experience, you are likely going to want to invest in the Universal Express pass. This will allow you to skip all of the lines in order to get on the rides as fast as possible. This is especially useful if you are forced to go to the park on a very crowded day that has very long queues. However, if you are not going to be heading to the park on a very busy day like a weekend day, you can get by easily without this express pass.

4. What To Bring To The Park?

When it comes to bringing things to the park, there are only a few essentials that you will want to be sure to have packed. Some of the things that you should consider bringing are water bottle to refill in the park, a camera to take pictures, a light raincoat, and possibly extra clothing if you are not comfortable walking around in wet clothes.

Overall, there is a lot that you can do to ensure that you have the best time ever at the park. By following the tips above and preparing and planning for your trip beforehand, you should be able to have a very successful and fun time at the park at Universal Studios Singapore.

Don’t Tax My Credit Union

Did you know …? There is a reason credit unions are exempt from income taxes.

It’s because all credit unions are not-for-profit cooperatives that are owned by their members. And while the members come from all walks of life‚ by and large those who belong to credit unions are everyday people — 97 million of them‚ in fact‚ across the U.S.

As not-for-profits‚ credit unions return what they earn to their members in the forms of lower rates on loans, higher returns on savings and lower and/or fewer fees.

In fact‚ for every $1 of their tax exemption‚ credit unions return $10 to consumers in better rates and lower fees. That’s a solid investment in our communities. Now some (mostly banks) say credit unions should pay income taxes even though it was banks (not credit unions) that took huge governmental bailouts.

The truth is if credit unions were taxed — and remained not-for-profits — it’s unlikely their members could continue to receive lower rates on loans, higher savings returns, and low fees.

About the Cooperative Credit Union Association

The first credit unions in the nation were formed in New England and so too were the first credit union trade groups. The three state leagues that came together to form the Cooperative Credit Union Association each had a long and proud history of service.

One of the Massachusetts Credit Union League predecessor groups, the Credit Union League of Massachusetts, dates back to 1919 and is the first credit union trade group ever formed in the United States. The Credit Union Association of Rhode Island began serving credit unions in 1934, and the New Hampshire Credit Union League began in 1954. In 2014, the credit unions of these three states voted and approved their merger into the Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA). In 2016, Delaware credit unions joined the CCUA fold when the Delaware Credit Union League’s member credit unions unanimously voted to merge with CCUA.

History of DCUL

The first credit unions in the nation were formed in New England and so too were the first credit union trade groups. The three state leagues that came together to form the Cooperative Credit Union Association each had a long and proud history of service.

One of the Massachusetts Credit Union League predecessor groups, the Credit Union League of Massachusetts, dates back to 1919 and is the first credit union trade group ever formed in the United States. The Credit Union Association of Rhode Island began serving credit unions in 1934, and the New Hampshire Credit Union League began in 1954. In 2014, the credit unions of these three states voted and approved their merger into the Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA). In 2016, Delaware credit unions joined the CCUA fold when the Delaware Credit Union League’s member credit unions unanimously voted to merge with CCUA.