Getting There - Public transport, drive and park at RWS or via Sentosa express from Vivo City.
Attractions - S.E.A Aquarium
I visited S.E.A Aquarium in Apr'21 with SingapoRediscover vouchers. It cost about $35 for adult and $23 for child. If you are planning to utilise the SRV like I do, it will only set you back $50 with the $10 discount on child ticket for a parent and child pair. To sweeten the deal, all booking during these period come with a free treat included in the package price. We got chicken nuggets with the adult ticket and popcorn 🍿 with the child ticket. Do check out on the promotion when making your booking.
The theme for April is "The Sea of Tiki", the same theme as Universal Studio Singapore (USS). The place is decorated with Totem and lights display for photo opportunity around the Aquarium and each decoration are unique.
The good things about the Aquarium is that it's air conditioned (rain or shine attraction) and open from as early as 9am on peak days. I planned my visit on the same day as USS since they are literally next to each other and USS only open its door at 2pm. We can literally spend the entire day in RWS with these 2 activities.
The Aquarium itself is stroller friendly and it is equiped with a baby changing room. We were fascinated by the huge range of marine animals especially the the Sharks🦈, Reef Manta Ray and Manatees. These is also a huge glass panel that make you feel as if you are on the ocean floor. We sat in front of the glass panel and were totally mesmerised by the view. There also have different zone within the Aquarium which you would be able to see different habitat and marine ecosystem in each zone.
I would highly recommend this family 👪 and child friendly attraction to those whom prefer an indoor attraction and is interested in marine animals.
Entering the S.E.A Ocean Pavilion, we are not only bright, but an arched submarine corridor in front of it falls into the fundus, shining with deep light. In the last century, the ship sank in the middle of the century, telling his story in the window, a series of fish swimming freely between the gaps of the hull, it seems that this world is a paradise for them to swim.
Walking in a transparent undersea tunnel, the surprise is like the feeling of walking in a wonderful crystal palace. The big fish led the small fish to the team, swept back from our cranial tops and turned back, and they were free to swim and enjoy themselves. The huge sharks often soared alone, fully demonstrating the role of the king in the sea. Appreciate these sea spirits in the window, they seem to be touchable.
This is a sea that crosses the world in a flash. We walk and enjoy it. In the window, we present a magnificent underwater world. From the Kalimata Strait and the Java Sea, Malacca Seafood and the Andaman Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Lakdef Sea, the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea, the Red Sea and the East African Sea, all the way to the South China Sea. There are many kinds of marine life in different sea areas, and there are many kinds of precious species.
The child was suddenly very excited. It turned out to be their favorite - all kinds of shapes, colorful tropical fish and corals, as well as the clownfish in Disney animation. Before coming out, there was an open exhibition area, and I could touch the shellfish in the sea with my hands. Some inexplicable surprises. And I especially like the jellyfish that are like elves. In the blue waters, the nearly transparent body stretches and shrinks, and the color changes constantly. Very dreamy, very dazzling, very cute, like a childhood dream, transparent but real.
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.
Singapore Sentosa Aquarium | Enter the Blue Kingdom and enjoy the wonders!
There are so many well-known aquariums around the world, S.E.A. Aquarium in Sentosa, Singapore, which I have always wanted. I have been planting grass for a long time, this time I finally unlocked it!
I heard that there are more than a thousand species of marine species in the Sentosa Aquarium. If you just stepped into the aquarium, you will be shocked by its wonderful underwater wonders. After a round trip, I learned that the aquarium has as many as 50 ecological zones, bringing together more than 100,000 marine life from more than a thousand species.
These marine creatures are super cute, nurse sharks, hammerhead sharks, giant sea otters, clownfish, reef manta rays, thorn jellyfish, North Pacific giant octopus, Indian Pacific dolphins, grouper, grouper, The hippocampus, etc.... really many countless.
I have heard that the Sentosa Aquarium is very beautiful. I have not only harvested photos of the United States and the United States, but also acquired a lot of ocean knowledge. It is not enough to appreciate the wonderful underwater world. It is also necessary to understand these cute animals. It is the correct way to open the aquarium!
The best way to visit the S.E.A. Aquarium in Sentosa, Singapore is to learn about the interesting knowledge of the Sea World and to learn about a variety of marine life, led by knowledgeable guides. Sentosa Ocean Aquarium specializes in providing S.E.A. Ocean Pavilion VIP Tour service before opening the public. VIP VIP visitors can not only envelop the entire aquarium in a small environment, but also visit the behind-the-scenes area that is not visible to ordinary tourists.
In short, the Sentosa S.E.A. Aquarium is a must-see for Singapore travel. If you don't explore the infinite wonders of this blue kingdom, then you can come to Singapore!
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.
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