Marina Bay Sands Underwater Aquarium

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Marina Bay Sands Underwater Aquarium
No matter the perspective, the aquarium within Resorts World Sentosa is a magical marine world with more than 100,000 underwater animals from approximately 1,000 species, including leopard sharks, goliath groupers and squadrons of manta rays.

Watery homes
From dangerous sharks to endangered species, the SEA Aquarium in Singapore offers everyone excitement like no other.
The multitude of marine life at S.E.A. Aquarium are grouped according to ten different zones with over 50 habitats. Deepen your knowledge of marine ecosystems by observing aquatic species from the Bay of Bengal, the Straits of Malacca & Andaman Sea and the Great Lakes of East Africa, the underwater community in coral reefs, and cool marine life in the cold-water habitats.
The centrepiece of S.E.A. Aquarium is the Open Ocean habitat, a humongous aquarium which makes you feel like you’re on the cavernous ocean floor. Many just sit and stare in rapt fascination, at the sweeping ocean scenery beyond the spotless glass panels. You probably will, too.

The massive glass panel at the Open Ocean habitat weighs more than 250,000 kilograms, equivalent to two rows of three double-decker buses stacked atop one another. It contains more than 18 million litres of water.

Part of the vibrant Resorts Sentosa World on Sentosa Island, the South East Asia Aquarium or the SEA Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world, home to more than 800 species of aquatic wildlife. The state-of-the-art complex is home to over 100,000 sea creatures, spread across 10 zones and 49 habitats found between Southeast Asia, Australia and Africa.
The chief draw of SEA Aquarium is the Open Ocean Tank – world’s largest viewing panel at 36-m long and 8.3m high. This is also the only aquarium in the world to house the giant oceanic manta ray.
This magical marine world is home to varied exotic marine biodiversity such as the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin, nurse shark, giant moray eel, poison arrow frog, clownfish, sea nettle, giant Pacific octopus and the Japanese spider crab. Unique species like the guitarfish and the chambered nautilus are also found here.
The SEA Aquarium complex also houses the interactive family-friendly exhibition which explores the history of the maritime Silk Route.
One of the most unique experiences one can have at the SEA aquarium is the opportunity to have a sleepover experience with over 100,000 marine animals, under the sea. This is an overnight program that lets the tourists camp out in the Open Ocean Gallery featuring one of the world’s largest viewing panels. one can discover the marine world at night and enjoy the fullest at the sensory learning stations.
Watching the nocturnal sharks become active, animals behaving differently at night, sea jellies communicating with their kind, the countless marine animals gliding by and waking up to the aquarist feeding manta rays make it an experience one can not miss out on.

To reach SEA aquarium, take the buses from Vivocity or Harborfront for the Resorts World Sentosa Bus Stop 14519 and then enter the forum and head to the Level 1. These buses stop near the Maritime Experiential Museum, located straight up from the bridge. The aquarium is located inside the museum.
Those taking a bus from Changi Airport must board bus no 36 at the basement of Changi Airport Passengers terminal building 2 and alight at the bus stop opposite to the Ritz Carlton on Temasek Avenue. From there, board bus no 97 and deboard at Vivocity on Telok Blangah Road. From there,
board bus RWS8 and then alight at Resorts World Sentosa drop off point.

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