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Discover the awe-inspiring underwater world of the ocean at S.E.A. Aquarium™ -- the world's largest aquarium! With a da...
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This is an aquarium where there is a collection of marine species from the Gulf of Thailand.
This is an aquarium where there is a collection of marine species from the Gulf of Thailand. Visitors can walk through the acrylic pedestrian tunnel and witness various kinds of fish swimming all around. The tunnel is 105 m long divided into 4 zones. The first zone holds beautiful and rare fish such as angel fish, cleaning wrasse, and butterfly fish. The second zone displays soft-boned creatures such as sharks, stingrays. The third zone stars Napoleon fish, groupers, pomfrets, hawksbill turtles, and green turtles which reside around a replica of shipwreck. The fourth zone is a special one where fish from the Amazon River are on display. There are marine life feeding shows, both on the surface of the water and underwater in each zone.
80 Siloso Rd, Sentosa
+65 6275 0030
Formerly the largest British naval base in Fortress Singapore, its guns staring balefully out towards the sea in preparation for enemy attack
See replicas of Asian sailing vessels from the docks at the Historic Ship Harbour, and learn more about Asia’s maritime and cultural heritage through the museum’s education programmes
A sugar-coated, kid-friendly retelling of the official Singapore story, where people of many races have come together to live in harmony
A stretched-out 37-metre version of the statue by the Singapore River, which is lit up at night - note, the Merlion highly disappointingly no longer shoots lasers (if in fact it ever did) from its eyes
Singapore's first casino is tucked away underground underneath the Crockfords Tower hotel
The first Universal Studios theme park in Southeast Asia opened its doors in March 2010
Opened in May 2005, there are two ways of looking at these two restored British-era bunkers: either they're done a pretty good job of making a tunnel interesting, or even if you dress it up with spot lights and recorded booms, it's still just a bunch of tunnels
Has Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster and a gigantic wave pool
Has cute pink dolphins doing all the usual tricks (jumping through hoops, balancing balls, etc)
Small but well-implemented commemorative museum for the last stand of the Malay Regiment in World War II's Battle of Bukit Chandu