Sentosa's S.E.A. Aquarium

It has been an extremely busy March for our office and this long weekend had been my light at the end of the tunnel. My parents and siblings arrived on Easter Friday, which meant I got to explore Singapore through a tourist's lens again.

Clown fish (Nemo!)
Spotted Eagle Ray (I was stoked to recognise this this from one of our dives in the Maldives!)

Part one of our tourist adventures involved a visit to Sentosa's S.E.A. Aquarium. It's an impressive facility, which features the world's largest collection of manta rays, a shark tank, colourful jelly fish and coral reef exhibits, and much more.

Scalloped Hammer Head Shark
Sea Jelly
For those who are keen to visit the aquarium, it is situated within the Resorts World Sentosa complex. There a a number of ways to reach Sentosa - cable car (SGD 29.00 per person for a round trip), the Sentosa express monorail (SGD 4.00), taxi (approx. SGD 14.00 from the CBD) and by the Sentosa boardwalk (Free of charge).

If you picked up one of those Singapore tourist maps at the airport, show it at the ticket counter and score a 10% discount off the standard admission (SGD 38.00 for Adults and SGD 28.00 for children aged 4 to 12). Even better, if you hold a MasterCard credit card, use it to pay and you will receive a 30% discount off the standard ticket price.

I would allow two to three hours to enjoy the aquarium at a leisurely pace - the variety of the exhibits is very good (from sea horses to bottlenose dolphins), and overall, a fascinating way to spend a rainy afternoon!

xx Amanda

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