Universal Studios Beijing

Universal Studios Beijing Theme Land Guide

Are you ready for the ultimate adventure? If you love Transformers, Kungfu Panda, and Jurassic World, then Universal Studios Beijing is a must-go! This amazing park is the first Universal Studios in China, and it has something for everyone. Whether you want to explore the magical world of Harry Potter, ride along with the Transformers crew, or experience the Jurassic World like never before, you will find it all at Universal Studios Beijing.

Universal Studios Beijing Profile

Theme Lands

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The first land you will encounter is Hollywood Boulevard, where you can feel like a star as you walk along the famous street. The Chinese version of Hollywood land blends elements of Hollywood cinema with Chinese culture to provide visitors with a unique film and television entertainment experience. As you step onto this glittering street, you will find yourself seemingly on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, surrounded by tall palm trees and simulated classic Hollywood scenes, making you feel as if you are in the world of movies. Walking down the street, you will see many luxurious shops and restaurants, many of which are named after movie scenes.

Transformers: Metrobase

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Next, you can enter Transformers: Metrobase, where you can join the Autobots in their battle against the Decepticons. This is the first theme land that is dedicated to the popular Transformers franchise. Transformers: Metrobase features some of the most advanced technology and immersive attractions in the park. You can ride the Transformers: Battle for the Allspark, a 3D dark ride that will take you on a thrilling chase through the city. You can also visit the Energon Power Station, where you can see how the Autobots recharge their energy.

Kung Fu Panda Land of Awesomeness

If you have little ones, you can head to Kung Fu Panda Land of Awesomeness. This indoor-land is inspired by the Kung Fu Panda movies, and it features some of the most fun and colorful attractions in the park. You can ride Kung Fu Panda Journey of The Dragon Warrior, a flume ride that will take you on a wet and wild journey with Po and his friends. If you some place to sit and relax, there is Kung Fu Panda: The Emperor’s Quest, a live show that will showcase some of the amazing martial arts skills of the characters. There are also many pay-to-play carnival-type games here, with a basic price of RMB 35 per game.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

For all the Harry Potter fans, you can’t miss The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. This land is a faithful recreation of the magical universe created by J.K. Rowling, and it will make you feel like you are part of the story. You can explore Hogwarts Castle, where you can see some of the famous locations from the movies, such as Dumbledore’s office, the Defence Against the Dark Arts classroom and the Gryffindor common room. You can also ride Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, a 4D ride that will take you on a flying adventure with Harry and his friends. Don’t forget to visit Hogsmeade Village, where you can shop for souvenirs, such as wands, robes and candy. You can also taste some of the delicious treats from the books, such as butterbeer and pumpkin juice.

Pro-tip: you can rent house-themed robes and/or interactive wands from local vendors instead of buying in the park to save money. The price starts at RMB 59 per day.

Jurassic World Isla Nublar

If you are looking for more excitement, then you should visit Jurassic World Isla Nublar. This land is based on the Jurassic World movies, and it will make you feel like you are in a prehistoric paradise. You can ride Jurassic World Adventure, a dark ride that will take you on a safari through the island, where you will encounter some of the most realistic dinosaurs ever created. You can also visit Camp Jurassic, where you can interact with some of the friendly creatures from the movies.


Another land that will appeal to thrill lovers is Waterworld. This land is based on the Waterworld movie, and it features some of the most spectacular stunts and effects in the park. You can watch the iconic Waterworld: A Live Sea War Spectacular, a show that will recreate some of the scenes from the movie, such as jet ski chases, explosions and waterfalls.

Minion Land

The last land you can explore is Minion Land, where you can have some fun with the adorable Minions from Despicable Me. This land is designed to look like a giant playground for Minions, and it features some of the most hilarious attractions in the park. You can ride Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, a 3D motion simulator that will take you on a chaotic adventure with Gru and his daughters. You can also visit the indoor Super Silly Fun Land, where you can enjoy some carnival games and rides that are geared towards kids.

Universal CityWalk Beijing

Universal CityWalk Beijing is not only a dining destination, but also a shopping and entertainment center. You can visit the Universal Studios Store to buy collectibles from your favorite movies, or check out other themed retail stores like Adidas MBC Store, Harmay Flagship Store, Kakao Friends Beijing Flagship Store, Pop Mart Global Toy Factory Store, Swarovski Crystal Studio, and more . You can also catch the latest movies at the Universal CityWalk Cinema. It is open daily from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.

I hope this guide has given you an idea of what to expect from Universal Studios Beijing Theme Land. This park is truly a dream come true for movie fans, and it offers something for everyone. If you want to experience it for yourself, then book your tickets now and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!

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For the past 2 years, I have been operating a blog in Chinese that focuses on Disney news and guides. My goal is to make the world of Disney more accessible to those who do not speak English. Starting in 2023, I plan to expand my efforts by offering the latest news and guides for Disney Parks in Asia to an English-speaking audience.

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