Underwater World Singapore, situated on Sentosa Island, is a unique and well-known oceanarium showcasing marine life from different species. The design of the display concept allows visitors to encounter the mysterious ocean in astounding proximity. You can even have a close encounter the starfish (above) at the touch pool. Adult admission cost $25.90 which include the dolphin lagoon show. Take note of the show schedule to plan your visit. If you decide to be courageous enough to dive with the sharks or swim with the dolphins, special admission ticket is available at the counter.
Similar display whereby one able to slip into the display and touch those fishes. Don’t worry, they don’t bite!
Crab! Looks a bit weird isn’t? They call it Japanese giant spider crab
Another species of crab
Blue spotted stingray! I swear this stingray is super huge! From far it look like a flying UFO swimming all around!
More of marine fishes! Nemo is hiding somewhere.
The main attraction is the display tunnel. You will feel the ‘under the sea’ atmosphere and fishes swimming all around and above you. An 80-metre conveyor walkway brings the visitors on an exciting voyage through the acrylic display tunnel, which houses sea creatures from diverse geographical origins of the world.
Majestic rays, shrieking sharks, endangered turtles & many more. You name it, they have it, swimming right above you!
The diver striking a pose for visitors to take picture of him. How nice!
If you’re lucky, you get the chance to see them feeding the fishes. Imagine the whole load rush to you for food! Horrendous feeling!
Glowing jelly fishes! Not really glowing, the illuminated lights help them to glow tho. Somehow this turn out to be awesome!
Another species of small jelly fish (Watch the video at the end of this post).
Remember to catch the show at the Dolphin Lagoon. The fur seal and his trainer take a bow at the spectator.
Pink Dolphins in action!
These pink dolphins attempting a synchronise jump
Hula hoop Jump!
Here’s a video of this attraction.
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wow! all of these shots are excellent, but that second one is freakn spectacular!!!
Wow! This is one amazing adventure with the marine world. Love the one where you can touch the fish! Every photo is exciting. Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome! Yes, beside learning about the marine fishes, the best thing is that you are able to have close encounter with them!
Wow – amazing pictures!! What is the one above the spider crab (yellow snake/eel like fish)?
Thanks Jordan for dropping by! Good question! Unfortunately i forgot the name of it. I’ve been trying to search over the web but unable to do so :(