The South East Asia Aquarium (S.E.A Aquarium) is one of the largest aquariums in the world, with 45 million litres of water in total. There are over 100,000 marine animals of more than 800 species in the aquarium. Visitors can dive into the fascinating marine world and learn more about the animals that can be found underwater. The S.E.A. aquarium is an excellent place for you to spend time with your loved ones exploring the underwater wonderland.
Filled with informative and interactive boards, visitors can learn more about the exhibits as they walk around the aquarium. Upon entering the aquarium, visitors can enjoy the thrilling experience of being surrounded by sharks as the fearsome predators swim around you. With over 100 sharks in the habitat, visitors can spot different species of sharks, from the endangered scalloped hammerhead sharks to the sandbar sharks. For the adventurous thrill seekers, the exciting Shark Encounter programme promises to be an exhilarating experience as you get to go up close to the sharks while safely staying in a customised acrylic enclosure. The magnificent Open Ocean Habitat is the centrepiece of the S.E.A. Aquarium and has a cavernous aquarium that stretches from the ceiling to the floor. Consisting of a multitude of marine animal species, the habitat is an awe-inspiring sight for anyone who is intrigued by the animals living underwater.
Marine animals that can be found in the aquarium include the giant moray eels that spend their time hiding in crevices and the gentle reef manta rays. Visitors can also spot the mysterious sea nettles drifting along the aquarium, and the giant spider crab that can live up to 100 years. Children will be delighted vast array of marine animals that they can find in the aquarium. At the Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora, visitors can enjoy a scrumptious seafood meal to satisfy any of their cravings. The unique underwater dining experience is one that should not be missed by any visitor. Another exhibit in the S.E.A. Aquarium that all visitors should go to will be the Discovery Touch Pool. The friendly staff there will guide visitors on how to touch the delicate sea creatures in the exhibit without hurting them. Visitors can also experience the feeling of being in a shipwreck when they enter the Typhoon Theatre that offers a magnificent 360 degrees view of your surroundings as your ship sinks into the depths of the sea.