The Sentosa Island of Singapore is a delightful place that possesses some of the best things to see and do. One of the brightest gems of Sentosa Island is the Southeast Asia Aquarium or S.E.A which is one of the largest aquariums in the world. It belongs to a Marine Life Park and is filled with 45 million litres of water. Here you would get to see more than 10,000 aquatic animals and over 800 species, not just from Singapore but from around the world.
While S.E.A has several exquisite delights, one of the best is the Open Ocean where you would have the experience of viewing an actual ocean. From the sea bed, you would get to see almost 50,000 exotic marine animals. Apart from this, the sea aquarium singapore has several zones that replicate the place it comes from. You would be able to see the endangered plant species of Bay of Bengal and Laccadive Sea, the shipwreck habitats of Strait of Karimata & Java Sea, the innumerable lobsters of South China Sea and coral reef habitats of Red Sea.
There are 10 distinct zones and 49 habitats which include a variety of marine animals, some of which include piranhas of Africa, broomtail wrasse, fire shrimp, etc. Moreover, the Discovery Touch Pool in the Strait of Malacca & Andaman Sea would bring you in close quarters with pencil urchin, sea cucumbers and such other unique species of sea animals.
We were intrigued by the sheer size of the Singapore SEA aquarium. It's such a lovely place not just to beat the outside heat, but to grab some knowledge on the marine life as well. Whether you are alone, with children, or in a group, infotainment is guaranteed at the aquarium. You will love discovering countless species of the ocean from so close range and come out with sound memories to bask on for a lifetime.
It is surely the largest aquarium in the world. I bet no one can count the marine species that he or she gets to see here. I honestly insist all to visit the Singapore SEA aquarium at least once in a lifetime.