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Enter and explore the marine realm of S.E.A. Aquarium, home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species, across into 50 different habitats, each one as fascinating as the next. It's an experience you won’t forget.
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This place is huge. You can spend most of the day there. There so many different types of fish, sharks, dolphins - it is impossible to count them all. You can also learn about the history of seafaring people of Asia. It is an interesting...More
Unbelievable........After visiting Universal Studios we decided to visit the S.E.A. Aquarium. The big tanks with with uncountable fishes, the Shark tank and the lovely dolphins are simply beautiful to look at. A must go place. :)
The aquarium is easily accessible by public transport if you catch the MRT to Harbourfront station and walk the 700m distance from Harbourfront accross the Sentosa pedestrian bridge to the entrance. This walkway is fully covered from the elements and is nicely decorated with airport...More
The SEA aquarium is a lovely collection of sea life - but may not be a novelty for those who have visited similar aquariums in Canada/ US. There is a UV lighted room and a touch pool too in addition to some shows. What I...More
Response from grahamharrop | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, i am unable to help with your query. I travelled from central Singapore by MRT and monorail. I am not sure where Equarius hotel is but assume it is on Sentosa island. You may be best advised to e mail the hotel for... More
Sorry, i am unable to help with your query. I travelled from central Singapore by MRT and monorail. I am not sure where Equarius hotel is but assume it is on Sentosa island. You may be best advised to e mail the hotel for directions.