Saturday, 22 March 2014

SEA Aquarium @ Resorts World Sentosa (061113)

I know this is a long overdued post, but thanks to Yanjun, I was able to celebrate my 22nd birthday at SEA Aquarium @ Resorts World Sentosa (RWS).

For those who knew me personally would have know that I was an ex-employee of RWS and this attraction was opened to the public only after I entered BMT. 

The concept of SEA Aquarium revolves around a story of the kings in two different countries. One of the kings wanted to deliver a gift to another, but the main transportation was via water and several days were needed to travel from one land to another. A typhoon appeared and the story continues... Catch it yourself, it's interesting! 

Before the lead up to the Typhoon Theatre where the story begins, artefacts and monuments were displayed at the Maritime Experiential Museum to provide information to the visitors of seamen and their lives in the olden days. 

Some examples of the artefacts on display

Typhoon Theatre brings you to another world of its own

Following the story, you are led into the main aquarium where the gist of the attraction lies. Some facts about the SEA Aquarium:
1. it is the world's largest aquarium 
2. there are over 800 species of marine animals in the aquarium

These jellyfishes (okay, I am not sure whether there's such a word, LOL) are amazing! Their carefree and delicate movements are simply beautiful! 

Just some of the pictures taken in the Aquarium. Not so much pictures to bore you guys out!

The aquarium is segregated into different sections and there's also a section where you can glance at  the endangered dolphins via a glass panel! If you are tired after walking throughout the entire attractions, fret not, there are seats available at different locations. Restaurants and snack bars are also in abundance, so you have no worries to satisfy your hunger pangs! 

Upon exiting from the Aquarium, that's not the end of the journey. The journey continues edging deeper into the lives of the seamen. Pirate attacks were frequent during those days, and pirate hunters were well-sought after by the kings. 

Shall end off this post with some pictures taken on my 22nd! (:

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