While taking James’ parents around on a country-wide tour during our recent trip to Singapore, we paid a visit to the Marine Life Park S.E.A. Aquarium, located on Sentosa Island. Marketed as the world’s largest aquarium (as accredited by Guinness World Records), the attraction prides itself on giving visitors the chance to see more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species. I found the chambered nautiluses absolutely amazing, the unseeing jellyfish mystifying, the aptly-named guitarfish incredible. I love outlandish sea creatures. I could observe them for hours on end. Which is probably why the Open Ocean Habitat, which boasts the world’s largest viewing panel at 118 feet wide and 27 feet tall, takes the prize as my favourite exhibition. Imagine yourself standing on the ocean floor, co-existing with thousands of curious ocean-dwellers. That’s how I felt. For me, that huge viewing panel served as a window to another world.
MARINE LIFE PARK S.E.A. AQUARIUM
8 Sentosa Gateway
Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm (daily)
Open till 9pm on selected Fridays and Saturdays.
Admission: SGD$38 (adult), SGD$28 (child)
Ticket includes admission to the Maritime Experiential Museum.
12 thoughts on “Marine Life Park S.E.A. Aquarium @ Resorts World Sentosa”
Love jelly fishes. Outstanding pictures!
I love them too! They always make such interesting subjects to photograph!
Very cool pics, my friend! :) woehoe!
such beautiful photos!! and I love taking photos of jellyfish – something so inherently graceful about them.
haven’t been to the aquarium yet – should get off my butt and do it!
I must have spent half an hour just taking dozens and dozens of pictures of all the different jellyfish! They’re my favourite! Hmm, then again, if I ever were to get stung by one, I’d probably change my mind about that…
You could spent hours at the aquarium. You could even spend the whole day just having a picnic at the Open Ocean exhibition! There’s just so much room and the view is amazing! Best to go on a weekday though; some of the other areas are a bit too confined for large crowds.
Lovely pics. Have never been to the aquarium in Sentosa… but will have to now… to get some shots of the jelly fish.
Great pics! The jellyfish are so otherworldly.