Many exhibits closed and information panels removed
I was a huge fan of SEA Aquarium and have been there close to 10 times. However, the current state of the aquarium is a huge disappointment. The staff are constantly shouting at guests to observe safe...
great way to spend an hour with kids but the staff will make sure you never stand still
The Aquarium is about the only thing that RWS does well. The kids were entertained for an hour and learnt things. Be warned though that under Covid for some reason you're not allowed to sit in t...
The tram managing the crowd is very efficient. Kudos to them. I am disappointed at the species available now. I thought I Remembered seeing a sunfish when they first opened but did not see it this tim...
Brought my 4 year old niece, who understandably enjoyed the trip. We were there early, around 10am but it was already crowded. There were queues for everything (which was difficult to see because of h...
S.E.A. Aquarium is the second largest aquarium in the world, with more than 100,000 marine animals such as ghost manta rays and hammerhead sharks. Visitors will embark on an exciting journey from Southeast Asia to explore marine life and their habitats, all the way to the African continent. The biggest highlight in the aquarium is the world's largest deep-sea viewing area, wearing a blue and marine theme! The imitation shows that all kinds of marine life are super-excited, and all the exhibition halls in the aquarium have a higher platform for the children to stand on, very human, and they also know a sister, her mother in the largest deep-sea view area. Its also a Beijinger. Now living in Singapore, its really super
Singapore Sentosa | Don't forget to take a photo when you visit the Aquarium. The hh/SEA Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world, and is also the place to visit Singapore's Resorts World Sentosa. More than 100,000 marine life from more than 1,000 species is brought together. Whether you are a marine life lover, a girl who loves to take pictures, or a family-friendly family, you can get a rich and interesting viewing experience here. As a girl, share a few photo points that can be punched at the SEA Aquarium.
1. The world's largest aquarium viewing window
180 transparent glass promenade, 36 meters long and 8.3 meters high, can be seen in the deep sea habitat exhibition area, immersed in the mysterious and charming sea world. I felt very shocked at first sight! Here is a good place to shoot back + silhouette, just take a big shot!
Second, the underwater tunnel
aquarium photo classic scene! This must go early, and it will be overcrowded at night! You can let the companion help press the shutter while waiting for the top fish, while retaining the depth of the tunnel.
3. Jellyfish Pavilion
What is the most beautiful creature in the sea? The answer is always coral and jellyfish. Jellyfish swaying gracefully in the aquarium, with dreamy and varied lights, is a great place to shoot portraits and details.
4, cylindrical aquarium
cylindrical aquarium surrounded by a circular staircase, the advantage is that there are not many people and the light inside the aquarium is very abundant. The fish cultured inside are also very rich in color, especially suitable for shooting body + large bust portraits.
5. The shipwreck
wreck at the entrance gives the original single aquarium a richer and more contentful background, and there are all kinds of sharks in it. When you swim slowly over your head, you will I feel very shocked.
Tickets: It is recommended to buy online in advance, basically at 110-120 yuan/person
Transport: The Aquarium is on the island where Resorts World Sentosa is located. There are buses and light rails on the island. And the cable car, the economical light rail is recommended; but the cable car can enjoy the scenery
opening hours: 10
Hidden play of Singapore S.E.A Aquarium, come to MARK!
Everyone knows that Singapore's S.E.A Aquarium has the world's largest viewing window of the ocean, where you can see hammerhead sharks, giant sea otters, reef manta rays, Indian Pacific dolphins and more.
SEA Aquarium in Sentosa Island is a huge aquarium with lots to offer. If you are to see sharks, dolphins, jellyfish and more, this place is a must to visit. Kids will love to see all of these I bit. #wintergetaway
The South East Asia Aquarium is situated on Singapore's Sentosa Island, adjacent to Universal Studios Singapore. The sea animals in the aquarium are distributed according to their geographic location, from the Karimata Strait and Java Sea; the Strait of Malacca and Andaman Sea; the Bay of Bengal and Laccadive Sea; the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea; the Red Sea and East Africa; to the South China Sea, completing a round the world sea journey.