SEA Aquarium Singapore

S.E.A Aquarium Singapore

Witness the Marine Aquarium that supports Sharks, Fishes and other Exotic Creatures
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About SEA Aquarium Singapore

Explore the splendour of marine kingdom at South East Asia (S.E.A) Aquarium Singapore which is one of the largest aquariums in the world. It is an underwater wonderland featuring about 100,000 different aquatic creatures coming from the world's major oceans and seas. You can find a large number of exotic fishes, majestic sharks and other sea creatures spread across eight different zones in 45 distinct habitats. The aquarium also houses rare and endangered species like the Bowmouth Guitarfish, Moray Eel and Blue Tang. You can spot unique corals like the Bubble Coral, Sun Coral and Brain Coral and learn more about coral reefs and their importance in the marine ecosystem.

The SEA Aquarium Sentosa has recreated some seas and oceans like the Laccadive Sea, Strait of Malacca and Java Sea and nurtures marine creatures in their natural habitat. Enjoy a quick stroll through the Open Ocean Habitat and Shark Sea Habitat and wonder in amazement at the huge manta rays and sharks gliding above your head. The aquarium also facilitates interactive programmes, feeding sessions, close encounters with the aquatic animals to promote deep learning about the oceanic life and how to protect them. Take part in the feeding sessions and watch the divers go deep into the oceans and provide for the sea creatures.

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Spot Aquatic Animals at SEA Aquarium Singapore

SEA Aquarium Singapore is a marine realm where you can find a wide variety of sea creatures of over 1000 different species. A walk through the SEA Aquarium is a unique marine experience you will never forget in your lifetime. You can spot all kinds of aquatic animals from exotic fishes like Fried Egg Jellyfish and Bowmouth Guitarfish to rare coral reefs like Bubble Coral and Brain Coral.

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Fried Egg Jellyfish
Fried Egg Jellyfish

Fried Egg Jellyfish, popularly called as the egg-yolk jellyfish, is named so as it has a translucent bell with a yellow dome in the middle making it look like a fried egg. The bright purple tips at the end of their tentacles have symbiotic algae like those in corals. These fishes live for only half a year from summer to winter.

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Alligator Gar
Alligator Gar

Alligator gar is the largest fish of the gar species and is a heavyweight fish of the freshwater environment. It is called the living fossil since it has been in existence for more than 100 million years. Known for living as natural predators, alligator gars have sharp razor-like teeth that lunge on its prey with its wide jaws.

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Black Sea Cucumber
Black Sea Cucumber

Black sea cucumber is a soft black fish with an elongated body that lives on the seafloor. The fish is covered in sand and thrives by feeding on the decaying organic matter. When threatened, the Black Sea Cucumber expels its guts through the anus and if injured, it protects itself by secreting a venomous liquid.

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Blacktip Reef Shark
Blacktip Reef Shark

Blacktip Reef Shark is commonly identified by the sharp black tip on its fins. The fish is often found in shallow marine water environments, freshwater habitats close to the ocean and near coral reefs. It is also present near mangrove forests, moving in and out with the tide. Being a predator, the Blacktip Reef Shark preys on other small fishes.

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Blue Tang
Blue Tang

Known for their vibrant blue body and yellow tail, Blue Tangs are commonly found in the clear waters of coral reefs across the Indo-Pacific area. They are also called the surgeonfish because the spines on the top and bottom of their body look like a scalpel used by a surgeon. The flesh of Blue Tang is found to be poisonous.

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Bowmouth Guitarfish
Bowmouth Guitarfish

Bowmouth Guitarfish is a type of ray fish with a large and flattened head that tapers off to a tail, making the fish look like a shark. It is an endangered species that is hunted for its fins and due to its slow reproduction rate, the population of Bowmouth Guitarfish is on the decline. The jaws of the fish are strong enough to hunt molluscs and crustaceans.

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Brain Coralq
Brain Coral

Shaped like the human brain with grooved surface resembling the folds of the brain, the Brain Coral is an important coral species that make up the building blocks of coral reefs. They can expand to large sizes and live for more than a hundred years. The Brain Coral is often found in shallow clear waters and feeds on small zooplanktons.

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Bubble Coral
Bubble Coral

Bubble Coral is a hard coral usually found in the clear, warm and shallow waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The Bubble Coral is also called grape coral, pear coral and bladder coral. The bubbles are jelly-like tentacles that increase in size during daytime to absorb more sunlight and are used to catch food at night.

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Bumphead Parrotfish
Bumphead Parrotfish

Bumphead Parrotfish is one of the largest coral reef fishes that grow up to 1.3 metres in length. The fused teeth of the fish looks like a parrot beak and hence it is named as parrotfish. The fish nourishes on corals and sponges while its waste is undigested calcium carbonate excreted as white sand. A single Bumphead Parrotfish is known to produce 450 kilograms of sand per year.

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Clownfish
Clownfish

Clownfish is a vibrant orange coloured fish with white bands that is loved for its spirited behaviour. The clownfish communicates to its group by making clicking and popping noises. A layer of mucus is found on the body to protect the fish from sea anemones. The exciting fact about clownfish is that the largest male of the group changes its gender when the dominant female is lost.

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Decorator Crab
Decorator Crab

Decorator Crab is known for its ability to decorate its shells to camouflage with the environment. They shed their old shells as they grow and move the decorations to the new shell. They disguise along with the corals and sponges which deter the predators. Decorator Crabs eat molluscs and crustaceans for survival.

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Zones at SEA Aquarium Singapore

The multitude of marine life is split and grouped into eight different zones at S.E.A Aquarium Singapore featuring 50 habitats. Discover all about the underwater world and comprehend the life of the aquatic animals and how they survive by observing different species of sea creatures. You can sport a wide range of fishes and corals that are commonly found in the Indo-Pacific region.

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Shipwrecked
Shipwrecked

Learn how the ruined ships at the seafloor have become artificial reefs and the home to some aquatic creatures like zebra sharks at the Shipwrecked zone. The Dive Feeding session is a major highlight of this zone as all the fishes come together making frenzied chaos. You can sport colourful fishes, rays and sharks at one place during the feeding time.

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School of Fish
School of Fish

Explore more than 5000 varieties of fishes and expand your knowledge about the marine kingdom at the School of Fish zone. You will also come to know more about Singapore’s aquatic biodiversity and its special sea creatures like Napoleon Wrasse and Bubble Coral that are native to the Indo-Pacific area. You can also enjoy the corals blooming and the fishes getting excited during the feeding session.

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SEA Aquarium Ocean Diversity
Ocean Diversity

The oceans at SEA Aquarium are the home to distinctive marine animals apart from the usual colourful fishes. The Ocean Diversity zone exhibits a plethora of sea creatures like octopus, dolphins and more than 1,000 wonderful sea jellies. You can witness and marvel at unique aquatic fauna like Bottlenose Dolphin, Moon Sea Jelly, Sea Nettle and Fried Egg Sea Jelly.

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Open Ocean Habitat
Open Ocean Habitat

The Open Ocean Habitat zone swarms with a huge number of marine creatures in their natural habitat. The zone features around 40,000 different sea animals across 120 diverse species. The aquarium has a huge transparent dome through which you can see some rare species of the underwater world like Giant Grouper, Pickhandle Barracuda and Leopard Whipray glide above your head.

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Quirky Adaptions
Quirky Adaptations

SEA Aquarium Sentosa houses unique aquatic creatures in addition to the usual fishes and crabs. Witness some of nature's unusual underwater creations at the Quirky Adaptations zone that look like they appeared from an imaginary land. Some of the quirky yet wonderful sea creatures in this zone include Weedy Sea Dragon, Queen Angelfish, Wolf Eel and Bumphead Parrotfish.

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Underwater City
Underwater City

Marvel at the beauty of the coral reefs and discover how important they are to the aquatic ecosystem at the Underwater City. The coral reefs are large structures that protect the coastlines and are a major source of food and new medicines. You can spot uncommon corals like Brain Coral, Scroll Coral and Sun Coral at the Underwater City.

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Apex Predators of Sea
Apex Predators of the Sea

The zone, Apex Predators of the Sea puts on display 100 different predators and 12 species of sharks including Blacktip Reef Shark, Sand Tiger Shark and Scalloped Hammerhead Shark. This zone hosts a feeding session in which an armoured diver descends into the Shark Sea and feeds the colony of deadly sharks. You can also indulge in the Say Cheese with Sam the Shark event in which you can take pictures with the shark mascot.

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Aquatic Ecosystem
Aquatic Ecosystems

Explore the marine ecosystem and how the oceans and rainforests are interconnected at the Aquatic Ecosystems zone. You will learn about the levels of the aquatic ecosystem and how the marine organisms interact with each other for survival. You can see an array of inhabitants like the Knobbly Sea Star, Black Sea Cucumber, Green Brittle Star and Poison Arrow Frog at the Discovery Pool.

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  • Plan Your Visit to the SEA Aquarium Singapore and witness a fascinating sight of over 100,000marine creatures of 800 different species spread across 45 natural habitats.
  • Explore the eight different zones and their exhibits like Sea Jellies Gallery, collection of live corals in the Coral Garden, Shipwreck Habitat and Open Ocean Habitat.
  • Enjoy watching the replicas of oceans and seas like Bay of Bengal, South China Sea and Red Sea and learn all about the underwater world and aquatic life in their natural habitat.
  • Feel enthralled watching exotic coral reefs and learn about their significance in the aquatic ecosystem and marine biodiversity.
  • Indulge in preparing food for the sea animals and their feeding sessions during which you can see the fishes being active and lively.
  • Dine at some of the finest restaurants in the aquarium like Ocean Restaurant to devour scrumptious food in an underwater themed environment.
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FAQ of S.E.A Aquarium Singapore

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

A trip to SEA Aquarium Singapore is a wonderful underwater world experience for both kids and adults. You can sport an array of marine creatures like colourful fishes, scary sharks and stunning coral reefs and closely interact with them. You can also indulge in feeding sessions when the fishes come together and create a buzz.

How much does Sea Aquarium Singapore cost?

The SEA Aquarium Singapore ticket costs INR 2052.12 (26.44 USD) per person for adults and INR 1525.93 (1.97 USD) for kids and senior citizens. You can buy seasonal and annual passes to visit the aquarium for the entire year without having to spend much.

What is special about Sea Aquarium Singapore?

SEA Aquarium Sentosa is one of the largest aquariums in the world with over 100,000 sea creatures from the major oceans and seas. What makes the aquarium even more special is that the marine animals are nurtured in an environment created to replicate their natural habitats.

What can you do in the Sea Aquarium?

You can marvel at the vibrant aquatic animals in the aquarium and come in close contact with them at the Sea Aquarium. Visit the Sharks Habitat and witness 100 different sharks swim above your head or take a look at the colourful corals and learn their importance in the marine ecosystem. After a tiring trip through the aquarium, you can visit the Ocean Restaurant to eat in an underwater ambience.

Can I bring food to Sea Aquarium Singapore?

No, you cannot bring outside food and beverages to the SEA Aquarium. There are numerous restaurants inside the aquarium where the visitors can have their meals.

Which are the famous nearby attractions which can be visited while visitng Singapore S.E.A Aquarium?

Famous attractions nearby S.E.A Aquarium are Sentosa Skyline Luge, Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Wild Wild Wet, Cable Car, Adventure cove waterpark and much more.

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