SEA Aquarium Singapore

SEA Aquarium Singapore Tickets

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About SEA Aquarium Singapore

Taking one on a journey through the deep blue sea, the Sea Aquarium Sentosa is a one-of-a-kind attraction on the island. The exhibit at Resorts WorldTM Sentosa is a magnificent aquatic world with over 100,000 marine species from over 1,000 species, including leopard sharks, goliath groupers, and squadrons of manta rays, no matter how you look at it.

The diverse marine life at S.E.A. Aquarium is divided into ten zones, each with over 50 ecosystems. The aquarium homes marine species from different parts of the world: from Straits of Malacca and Andaman Sea to the Great Lakes of East Africa. From Bay of Bengal to undersea life found on coral reefs as well as staggering collection of aquatic animals from ice habitats, these tanks have it all. The Shark Seas Habitat, home to more than 200 of these dangerous marine creatures, is a fascinating place to visit. Inhabitants here include species like the Common Blacktip, along with the endangered Scalloped hammerhead sharks and the Silvertip shark.

The Open Ocean habitat, which is surely the biggest draw here, is a gigantic floor to ceiling aquarium. It makes one feel as though they’re standing right on the ocean floor. The Aquarium also hosts a restaurant, the Ocean Restaurant, which combines the additional thrill of underwater views to a fine dining experience.

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Spot Aquatic Animals at SEA Aquarium Singapore

The highlights of Sea Aquarium Sentosa are, of course, the sea creatures that live here. Visitors at the Aquarium can not only observe a host of brightly colored fish, but a number of wonderfully shaped corals, jellyfish, cucumbers and crustaceans that dwell in the deep blue sea.

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Fried Egg Jellyfish
Fried Egg Jellyfish

One of the newest residents at Sea Aquarium Singapore, the Fried Egg Jellyfish takes its name from the fact that it, quite literally, resembles a fried egg from the top. These jellies swim in swarms during the summer months, and can stretch up to 4 kilometers when grouped.

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Alligator Gar
Alligator Gar

Having been around for about a 100 million years, the Alligator Gar is commonly called the ‘living fossils’. Although their razor-like teeth impart a look of fierceness, they’re actually harmless to humans. They’re clever hunters, and lie in wait for their prey before lunging at them. Alligator gars have few natural predators but coincidentally, alligators are one of them.

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Black Sea Cucumber
Black Sea Cucumber

Black Sea Cucumbers have a long, black body, and stay near the seabed. The cucumbers feed on decaying matters, and often remain covered in sand and other decaying particles. Although not an active predator, the sea cucumber ejects poisonous toxins when threatened.

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Black-blotched Fantail Ray

The Black Botched Ray gets its name from its appearance, with its body splotched with black spots, and its tail quite literally spreading into a fan as it swims. The Fantail Ray maintains a symbiotic relationship with other ocean dwellers: while the ray protects small fish in danger, these fish in turn, help clean bacteria off its back.

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Blacktip Reef Shark
Blacktip Reef Shark

A common inhabitant of the waters around Singapore, these Blacktip reef sharks live near the reef surface. They’re often confused for the ocean blacktips, although this species is generally found in freshwater habitats and mangroves.

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Blue Tang
Blue Tang

The much-adored ‘Dory’ from Finding Nemo, the Blue Tang is startling in its royal blue body and bright yellow fins. The Tang defends itself with the scalpel-like spines at the base of their bodies, although their flesh is poisonous as well. The Blue Tangs live in coral reefs, and can be abundantly found across the Indian and the Pacific Ocean.

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Bowmouth Guitarfish
Bowmouth Guitarfish

Although a ray fish, the Bowmouth is often mistaken as a shark, owing to their fearsome appearance. Frequently poached for their fins, Bowmouth Guitarfish is critically endangered, and is struggling to recover in number owing to its reduced reproduction rate. The Guitarfish have strong jaws, and feed primarily on crabs and other crustaceans.

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Brain Coralq
Brain Coral

One of the most marvelous creatures at the Sea Aquarium Singapore, the Brain Coral quite literally and amusingly resembles the eponymous organ. The Brain Coral is regarded as the most important species in the coral family. Like other corals, the Brain Coral has stinging tentacles all over its body. They can grow to enormous sizes, and live for hundreds of years.

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Bubble Coral
Bubble Coral

The Bubble Corals are hard corals that are found in shallow waters. These bubbles resemble grapes, but are actually extended tentacles. During daytime, these bubbles expand to absorb more sunlight. At night, the tentacles use this sunlight to produce food for the coral body.

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Bumphead Parrotfish
Bumphead Parrotfish

One of the largest inhabitants of the coral reef, the Bumphead Parrotfish can grow up to 1.3 meters in length. The Parrotfish has fused teeth which look like a parrot’s beak. Interestingly, these fish feed on corals and sponges, and excrete undigested carbonate as white sand! In fact, a single Parrotfish can produce up to 450 kgs of sand per year.

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Zones at SEA Aquarium Singapore

The creatively themed zones at the Aquarium bring together exotic marine animals from different parts of the world. From shipwrecks to sprawling coral cities, each zone here has something unique to itself. The Zones also include the Open Ocean Habitat, or the floor to ceiling glass walled aquarium, which gives one the impression of standing right in the bottom of the ocean.

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Shipwrecked
Shipwrecked

Shipwrecked! is one of the major displays at Sea Aquarium Sentosa, and demonstrates how ships degrade over time to build artificial reefs in a very realistic way. These shipwrecks, which are strewn with aquatic life, attract the same creatures that live on coral reefs. The Bowmouth GuitarFish, Zebra Shark, and Snubnose Pompano are among the animals included in the show. From time to time, the exhibit also hosts dive feeding sessions.

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School of Fish
School of Fish

The School of Fish, as its name suggests, aims to teach tourists about the island's unique aquatic life. The exhibit is home to some of the most spectacular fish and fauna, totalling close to 5,000, and is one of the most popular destinations at Sea Aquarium Singapore. The Bubble Coral, Clownfish, and Napoleon Wrasse are among the most popular sightings. From time to time, the display also hosts diving sessions.

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SEA Aquarium Ocean Diversity
Ocean Diversity

The ocean is much more than the gorgeous creatures we can see with our eyes. The Ocean Diversity exhibit at the Singapore Aquarium pays respect to the ocean's unseen residents, such as jellyfish, stars, and huge crabs. Fried Egg Jellies, Sea Nettle, Sea Urchin, and Tasmanian Giant Crab are just a few of the species that may be found here.

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Open Ocean Habitat
Open Ocean Habitat

If you're a fan of the deep sea. The Open Ocean Habitat's floor-to-ceiling glass windows are sure to captivate you. The massive aquarium is home to around 40,000 creatures from 120 different species, including the Javanese Cownose Ray, the Giant Grouper, and the Picklehead Barracuda, among others. Daily Manta feeding sessions are also held in the Open Ocean Habitat.

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Quirky Adaptions
Quirky Adaptations

One of the most interesting corners at the Sea Aquarium Singapore, Quirky Adaptations is home to the reef's oddest and rarest inhabitants. Here, strange-looking organisms live, some of which have adapted to the carnivorous environment of the deep water. The wolf eel, weedy sea dragon, and queen's head angelfish are among the exhibit's strangest residents.

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Underwater City
Underwater City

Coral reefs are huge structures that strewn across seabeds, like underwater towns. As a result, the Underwater City display is a fitting tribute to these magnificent works of art. The City, one of the most aesthetically spectacular exhibits at Sea Aquarium Sentosa, is home to a diverse range of corals, including the brain coral, which is shaped like the organs, the sun coral, which mimics sunflowers, and the gorgeous parchment-like scroll coral.

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Apex Predators of Sea
Apex Predators of the Sea

The Apex Predator zone takes one through the most dangerous depths of the sea. The walk through Aquarium hosts some of the biggest sharks from around the world, right from the endangered scalloped hammerheads to the blacktip reef sharks. The exhibit hosts feeding sessions, where trained and chained divers wade through the pond. It also conducts a special meet and greet session with Sam, the shark mascot, for children.

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Aquatic Ecosystem
Aquatic Ecosystems

The Aquatic Ecosystem, part of the S.E.A Aquarium's Discovery Pool, gives visitors a detailed look at how underwater life works. The Knobbly Sea Star, the Poison Dart Frog, and the Black Sea Cucumber are among the wildlife that visitors may not only observe but also engage with.

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Know Before You Book S.E.A Aquarium Singapore Tickets

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1. Opening Hours:

  • Saturday to Tuesday: 10.00 AM- 05.00 PM
  • Wednesday to Friday : closed

2. Best time to visit:

The best time to visit the Aquarium would be during the weekdays, right after the Aquarium opens. Being a popular attraction, the Aquarium gathers more crowds as the day progresses. Besides, school holidays tend to remain crowded as well.

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FAQ's of SEA Aquarium Singapore Tickets

Is Singapore S.E.A. Aquarium worth it?

A visit to the Sea Aquarium is definitely worth it.SEA Aquarium Sentosa is home to some of the most marvelous oceanic wonders that one may come across in their lifetime. It houses over 100,000 aquatic animals of 800 species from different oceans of the world.

How much is Sea Aquarium Singapore?

Tickets to Sea Aquarium Singapore range between SGD 41 to SGD 55 per person. However, those booking online can avail good discounts on their ticket price.

What is special about Sea Aquarium Singapore?

For starters, SEA Singapore is the largest Aquarium in Southeast Asia. It is also home to a staggering range of unique marine creatures, including endangered species such as the Bowmouth Guitarfish or the Blacktip sharks.

What can you do in the Sea Aquarium?

There’s plenty to do at the Aquarium whether you’re touring the exhibits, watching a diving show, or dining at the Ocean Restaurant.

Can I bring food to Sea Aquarium Singapore?

No, outside food is strictly prohibited inside Sea Aquarium Singapore. However, there’s plenty of restaurants to choose from both in and around the Aquarium to keep your hunger pangs at bay.

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