Discover the awe-inspiring underwater world of the ocean at S.E.A. Aquarium™ -- the world's largest aquarium! With a day pass, gain entry to multiple marine habitats, viewed through the world's largest window to the sea. Get up close to more than 800 species, including more than 200 sharks. Sneak a peek at a moray eel in a rocky crevice or tour an underwater reef community -- fun for the whole family. If you choose, you can upgrade to include a one-way transfer from your Singapore hotel and S.E.A. Aquarium.
Your day pass to S.E.A. Aquarium on Sentosa Island promises to be full of fun and excitement for the entire family! Immerse yourself in the majestic wonders underneath the ocean, including more than a dozen marine habitats. Discover all the types of fish, mammals and other marine life to be found in different regions of the world, from the Strait of Malacca and the Bay of Bengal to the Great Lakes of East Africa and the South China Sea!
Things to do at S.E.A. Aquarium:
At the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea, observe ocean predators swimming beneath your feet as you walk across a glass floor.
Venture beneath the Strait of Karimata and the Java Sea to watch pompano, threadfin and goliath grouper weave through the splintered hull of a shipwreck.
Discover the mangroves and their inhabitants along the coast of the Bay of Bengal. See a patch reef of brain and staghorn corals teeming with unique fish found in the Laccadive Sea.
Catch sight of a giant spider crab in cold-water habitat and be mesmerized by the pulsating movements of several species of sea jelly.
Watch manta rays and leopard sharks glide across the open oceans, and follow warm-water fish through coral reefs of the Red Sea.
Encounter blue-spotted stingrays, as well as schools of sweeper and silver batfish, in the warm waters of the Arabian Sea.
Be astounded by the diversity of fish as you travel across the Great Lakes of East Africa, you'll be amazed by every color of the rainbow.
Find lionfish, lobsters and moray eels hidden within the rocks of the South China Sea, where kids can pop their heads into crevices in the cave to get a close-up view.
Under the glass dome of Shark Seas, find endangered species like the scalloped hammerhead shark, silvertip shark and sandbar shark -- one of the largest coastal sharks in the world.
At the Discovery Touch Pool, handle the knobbly sea star, sea cucumber and pencil urchin -- fun for the whole family!