SEA Aquarium Singapore : World’s Largest Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa!

We finally got to visit the SEA Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa Singapore. After hearing that it is the world’s largest aquarium featuring over 100,000 marine life and seeing videos such as this…

We decided that its about time 2bearbear.com visited the SEA Aquarium Singapore!

Attraction Highlights of SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

After reading our visit to the Maritime Experiential Museum, you’ll realise that the SEA Aquarium is actually connected to it. The last time we visited the Maritime Experential Museum, the SEA Aquarium was not yet open to the public that’s why the tickets then were cheaper ($5). But now, with the opening of the SEA Aquarium, you’ll pay ($38) to visit both the Maritime Experential Museum, the SEA Aquarium and admission to the Typhoon Theatre (3D show on Non-Peak Days only).

The SEA Aquarium is located at B1 and there are a total of 7 zones, namely

1. Shipwreck Habitat
2. Discovery Touch Pool
3. Ocean Journey
4. Open Ocean
5. Ocean Dome
6. Moray Eel
7. Shark Seas

Shipwreck Habitat SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

 Shipwreck Habitat SEA Aquarium
Shipwreck Habitat SEA Aquarium

As you enter the Shipwreck Habitat, you’ll pass through this tunnel where you’ll observe various marine life forms that have flourished around this ship wreck. Here are some of the interesting marine life that we saw…

 Razor Fish - Swims in a vertical manner!
Razor Fish – Swims in a vertical manner!

 Description of the Razor Fish
Description of the Razor Fish

 Can you spot the sea horse? Or do you just see a sea weed?
Can you spot the sea horse? Or do you just see a sea weed?

Discovery Touch Pool SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

 Discovery Touch Pool SEA Aquarium Singapore
Discovery Touch Pool SEA Aquarium Singapore

The Discovery Touch Pool is one of the highlights for the kids. You’ll get to touch various marine life such as the star fish. Kids will definitely have a ball of a time! The only thing is that the waiting time can be quite long, depending on the period that you’re visiting. We waited for about 15 minutes. Not too bad.

 Vertical Fish Column
Vertical Fish Column

The other highlight at this zone is this vertical fish column. With the various colours shown by the fish, it displays a dazzling array of underwater performance! Check out this video and you’ll see why…


Vertical Fish Tank at Discovery Touch Pool Zone

Ocean Journey SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

At Ocean Journey, you’ll get to see some of the spectacular display of marine prowess in the cold water habitats…

 BroadClub Cuttlefish
BroadClub Cuttlefish

 Intriguing School of Fish 1
Intriguing School of Fish 1

 Intriguing School of Fish 2
Intriguing School of Fish 2

 Can you spot the bottlenose dolphin?
Can you spot the bottlenose dolphin?

 King Alaskan Crab!
King Alaskan Crab!

 Jellyfish!
Jellyfish!

 Upside down jellyfish?
Tiny jellyfish and Upside down jellyfish?


See the Jellyfish in motion!

Open Ocean SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

As you have seen from the first video above, the Open Ocean zone features the planet’s largest window to the ocean! The huge manta rays were also seen “flying” through the waters…

 World's Largest Window to the Ocean at SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore
World’s Largest Window to the Ocean at SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

 Huge stone looking fish
Huge stone looking fish


Largest Stingray “flying” through the water

The manta rays for us were the highlight. It really looked like it was “flying”! So gracefully through the water! It moves with such ease and majestic movement and in a blink of an eye, it was out of sight.

Ocean Dome and Moray Eel SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

We saw the moral eels but did not take any pictures because its movement back to its “nest” was so slick and quick! We did see other interesting marine life at the Ocean Dome…

 Ornate Spiny Lobster
Ornate Spiny Lobster

 Corals
Corals

 Brightly coloured fish
Brightly coloured fish among the corals

Shark Seas SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

 Shark Seas SEA Aquarium RWS Singapore
Shark Seas SEA Aquarium RWS Singapore

As you move towards the exit, you will also exit via a tunnel with views of the sharks…

 Hammerhead shark, silvertip shark and sandbar shark
Hammerhead shark, silvertip shark and sandbar shark


Catch these sharks in action!

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SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa RWS Singapore
SEA Aquarium Resorts World Sentosa RWS Singapore

The Verdict

The SEA Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa Singapore is definitely one of the biggest attractions at Sentosa and possibly Singapore. The only gripe we have is that because its new and the large number of visitors (hear the background sounds to the videos), it may get a little congested especially at the entrance and at the exits. Nonetheless, a great venue to take the family for a day out “at sea”.

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