I am interested to get feedback from people who have attended these attractions with children aged 5 and younger. My son will be 5.5 when we are in Singapore and I am thinking of attending both of these attractions but am not sure how worthwhile they will be for children aged 5 and below. (We also have an 18 month old). I thought from the Luge website that it was for children aged 6 and above, but have read posts from people with children who were younger than that who were planning on visiting, so interested to know how they went and whether the children could do the ride.
I have looked at the height restrictions at USS and there seemed to be quite a few rides that my son could go on, either on his own or with an adult but there seemed to be virtually nothing for the 18 month old. Is that right? Interested to hear whether there is much to do at USS for the person who is minding the younger child, while the older one is going on rides. It is quite an expensive attraction so considering whether it is worthwhile for our family for this holiday. I could always give it a miss I suppose and just send my husband and son for the day. Legoland is the other option for us instead of USS, but it does involve a very long day trip which is also not ideal for the baby.
A lot of the rides say hand-held infants are not permitted. Does anyone know whether an 18 month old is considered a hand-held infant?
Interested to hear feedback from other people who have visited either of these attractions. I personally have no interest in going on any rides unless they are very tame! We took our son to Dreamworld and Seaworld in Australia last year and he loved the rides (not much interest in the animal shows at Seaworld), not sure if anyone can compare USS to Dreamworld or Seaworld.
Thanks in advance for your feedback!Edited: 11:25 pm, June 19, 2013