Allyson Travels – Maritime Experiential Museum and S.E.A Aquarium, Singapore

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This post might not be too informative. I would just like to share the experiences I had from the countries that I recently visited. I’ll try my best to lay out some points that could probably be of use for your future reference.


After Universal Studios Singapore, our next stop was the Marine Life Park which is composed of the S.E.A Aquarium (dry experience) and Adventure Cove Waterpark (wet experience). Unfortunately, we don’t have any extra clothes in hand so we just visited the former one.

Going to the aquarium, you would pass by the Maritime Experiential Museum where you’d see Asia’s rich maritime history. It also gives the visitors some insights on their past trading systems.

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Ready to experience the Underwater World with me? 🙂

S.E.A Aquarium, used to be the world’s largest aquarium, now overtaken by Chime-Long Ocean Kingdon in China,  which houses over 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species. The centerpiece of the Aquarium is the Open Ocean tank. It has the world’s largest viewing panel which is intended to give visitors the feeling of being on the ocean floor. -Wikipedia

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I’ve been to oceanariums before like the one in Manila and Dubai but when I entered S.E.A, I was in awe with what I saw. I’m not really interested with the ocean kingdom but when we reached the masterpiece I really felt like under the sea with these creatures. It was an enthralling panoramic view and I had that moment where I said to myself, the sea is a wonderful place.

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They also have the Discovery Touch Pool, Lens Aquarium and Floor Aquarium where the visitors can have an up-close encounter with the marine residents.

I personally liked how they divided the whole aquarium into 10 diverse regions because you will learn to appreciate and know the difference of the Underwater Kingdom in every single part of the globe. I also loved the way they placed trivias alongside every exhibit. Too much information, so little time!:(

Quick Tip: Present your Universal Studios pass upon purchasing entrance tickets to Marine Life since you can avail a discount.

Essential Information:

Marine Life is open daily from 10am – 7pm. Last admission is 6:30 pm.

Ticket prices are as follows: $38 for Adult, $28 Child (4-12yr), $28 Senior (60yrs & above)

Disclaimer: http://lifewithkarlly.com/disclaimer/

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S.E.A Aquarium

Resorts World™ Sentosa

8 Sentosa Gateway
Singapore 098269

Contact No.: (65) 6577 8888 

enquiries@rwsentosa.com 

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