SEA Aquarium

A long overdue post of our eye-opening outing at SEA Aquarium, the world’s largest aquarium. The massive space is divided into several zones, namely Strait of Karimata & Java Sea, Strait of Malacca and Andaman Sea, Bay of Bengal & Laccadive Sea, Ocean Journey, Open Ocean, Persian Gulf & Arabian Sea, Red Sea, East Africa, South China Sea and Shark Seas.

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If you can block out the sounds of screaming and running children, it’s quite a therapeutic experience watching the fishes swim on and on.

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Stroking the starfish. Wee!

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Some kind of shrimp…

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Weedy Seadragon

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Mesmerizing Leafy Seadragon

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Cute sleeping cuttlefish

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So big!

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Splendid garden eel. They live individually in burrows on the sea floor, protruding to feed on drifting plankton

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It was the dolphin’s feeding time, so all of them swam towards the other end. This is the best shot I managed to take…

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White spotted sea jelly and Up size down jelly fish.

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Open ocean

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White banded trigger fish

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Rare clown triggerfish

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Ornate spiny lobster

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Giant spider crab

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Zebra Lionfish

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Long Spine Sea Urchin

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Moray Eels. They look menacing, but according to the information board, they are generally shy and will bite only if provoked

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And finally, the sharks.

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SEA Aquarium
8 Sentosa Gateway
Website
Adult: $38
Child (4-12 yo): $28
Senior(60yo & above): $28

 

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