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Aulia' first visit to S.E.A Aquarium @ Sentosa

Assalamualaikum wbt..

Our visit to S.E.A Aquarium @ Sentosa was on our third day in Singapore and we were expecting a big crowd coz today is S'pore's and M'sia's public holiday. Its CNY today. We ate our late brunch at the Malaysian Food Street and headed to S.E.A Aquarium which is just beside the USS globe.
We took the same bus (963R) from Woodland to Resort World Sentosa and reached there about an hour. Public transport is always the best in S'pore :)

Hubby and I were so so SO excited and totally looking forward to this because our last time being so close to marine life was at least two years ago when we last dive in Phuket. Even though this is quite different but we'll be pretty close and the best part is our little one got the chance being exposed to the marine life :)

Can you just see how happy she is!

See the crowds at the back? 

Entering the Maritime Experiential Museum before we can get in to the Aquarium. The first exhibits gives visitors to learn about the different maritime trade system, trade routes and culture of Asian countries like Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia.Other than reading the fine lines printed on the information board, spent a minute or two to pose and take a great picture for keepsake. History is just not our thingy but the information gained was indeed very useful.

And finally here we are!! At the S.E.A Aquarium, the WORLD's largest aquarium, featuring over 100,000 marine animals of more than 800 different species! I remember the last time I came was the old Underwater World, but this time the S.E.A Marine Life Park is much bigger and definitely better :)

It was heartwarming to see the excitement of Aulia's face watching the real fish instead of the illustrated one in her book. It was cute when she pronounce it as a 'fish'..

There was this part where we could walk over a transparent tank built into the ground. Aulia' get pretty excited because she thinks she actually step on the fishes.

Yummy Craby Patty:)

She was trying to kick that fishes. Oh My Girl!!


Fascinating corals..isn't it beautiful?

Beautiful sea jellies:)

Aulia' was actually telling that little boys to keep quite in this small tunnel coz they was too noisy or I can say was SO excited watching the deep-sea Moray Eels. So funny!

Our favourite part of the S.E.A Aquarium was the Open Ocean Habitat..the world largest viewing panel. We were awestruck by the magnificent marine life before us! It was definitely a very spectacular display and many people just sat and camped in front of the viewing gallery. Can you see those little hands on the panel? That was excitement and admiring the sting rays soar through the waters. Just a marvelous place to be in.

On overall, it was a nice place to spend with my little family out and away from the hot weather:)
They have a lots of jaw-dropping stuff! We had pretty mind-blowing experience at S.E.A Aquarium @ Sentosa and we believe people of all ages will love it as much as we did!
Last but not least, Happy CNY and we sure did will continue our family trip/ vacation in near future:)

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