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Local Tourist: World’s Largest Aquarium

During the recent school’s term break, we played local tourist for a day and brought the children to the newly opened facility of Resorts World Sentosa – S.E.A Aquarium. Touted as the world’s largest aquarium, it is another must-visit destination added into the itinerary of local tours.

Let’s journey into the different zones and experience the wonders of our blue planet at S.E.A Aquarium.

AQUA entry

ship wreck

This exhibit is a display of a shipwreck habitat showcasing a monumental shipwreck with a splintered hull that nature’s resilience has transformed into a thriving marine sanctuary.

colorful fishes

mantel piece

giant crabs

giant lobsters

glow in the dark

Both children and adults were fascinated by these glow-in-the-dark sea creatures, they are in fact jelly fish.

jelly fish

ocean dome

The ocean dome offers visitors a panoramic 180 degrees vista of the open ocean habitat. The photo does not do justice to the panoramic view visitors were treated to.

open ocean gallery 1

And then came the highlight we have been looking forward to – the open ocean gallery. It offers the planet’s largest window to the ocean. One has to be there in person to experience the awesomeness of it all!

open ocean gallery 2

The open ocean is home to gentle giants of the seas, including the leopard shark, goliath groupers, Napoleon wrasses, and a squadron of giant manta rays wowing visitors with their effortless gliding in the oceanarium.

manta rays 1

manta rays 2

manta rays 3

sharks sea

Showcasing the majestic predators of the ocean, visitors walked through a glass tunnel and was able to observe various shark species, including endangered species.

sharks tunnel

This concludes the photo-walk of my journey through the world’s great oceans. It was a great educational trip, both for the children and myself.



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