Underwater World Singapore

Long to feel the slippery of stingrays and other fish? Want to swim with some friendly dolphins? Singapore Underwater World is the best choice you can make. Underwater World enables you to get fun and learning all in one stop. Bring your family to swim with the beautiful pink dolphins at Dolphin Lagoon because you can learn many things about these intelligent Indo-Pacific Humpbacked mammals in 60 minutes. This well taken care dolphins will satisfy your lust on understanding the husbandry behavior and the other life aspects of sea mammals. A trainer will accompany you throughout the interaction time. You just need to pay for $170 for the long chat with the dolphins plus get the exclusive dolphin t-shirt. Besides swimming with the dolphins, you can also bring your kids to feed the rays and sharks and other fish and sea creatures, or disguise like the mimic octopus, or even be crawled by some giant isopods around you. The nonstop amazed will be felt when you have the 83 meters-long voyages under the sea and watch the colorful reef and ocean colonies. Also, do not miss meeting the fur seals that will shake hands and pose for photos with you. The schedule for meeting and photo sessions are at 11 am, 2 pm, 4 pm and 5.45 pm.

Want some more thrills before ending the journey? Go dive with the sharks! You willl be guided in having nose-to-nose conversation with this huge deep-sea citizens. Moreover, in this program you can be able to have a close look of the eagle rays swimming all above you. There is no need to be a certified scuba diver to enjoy this 90 minutes thrilling moments. There are more than 5 sessions in one day, which are at 9 am, 10.30 am, 11.30 am, 1.30 pm, 2.30 pm, 3.30 pm, 4.30 pm and 5 pm. After having some exciting hours with the fascinating underwater world, satisfy your hunger with the high class seafood in the unique seafood restaurant at Boxing Crab that features some combination of fresh seafood. You can choose your own way of cooking the dinner while watching the sun sets behind the landscape. If you prefer to have dinner while taking a stroll along the beach or to have snack while continuing the journey, eating hot dogs or burgers from Hot Dog King is the right choice. However, if you want to taste the traditional snack and well-reserved traditional coffee called cuppa, Munch-It! is available for you.

One of the most favorite dinner events is dinner with the sharks. This kind of dinner enables you to have dinner on a moving travellator or have cocktail party while watching the live marine animals swimming around you. And to sweep away the tiredness and go home with all the memories of those sea creatures still attached in your mind, enjoy the reflexing moment at fish reflexology. This service enables you to watch the Turkish spa fish swim in the warm pool and munch the dead skin on your foot. Thus, besides having some relaxation from the warm pool and the calming sounds of river, you can also have the smoother and healthier feet skin. Plus, the therapist will give you foot massage to complete your foot treatment.

Underwater World is located in Sentosa Island at 80 Siloso Road Singapore. It is open daily from 9 am to 9 pm. Get to Sentosa Island by boarding a cable car from Mount Faber or Cable Car Tower which operate daily from 8.30 am to 9 pm. From Harbourfront MRT Station, walk to VivoCity Shopping Mall’s waterfront and stroll down the only garden-themed boardwalk in Southeast Asia, Sentosa Boardwalk. However, if you choose to get to the Underwater World as soon as possible, take Sentosa Express from Harbourfront MRT Station which is located at Vivocity Lvl. 3. Another option to get there is by using taxi. The taxi can directly bring you from Sentosa to Underwater World. For those who choose to drive their private vehicles to the venue, each vehicle will be charged with some rates which are different based on the time period and the entry day. You can check the Carpark Rates at the official website of Underwater World.

The Underwater World is a fantastic and unique Oceanarium, which serves as one of the main attractions of Singapore for families and all water world fans. With the founding and constructing of the Underwater World Singapore has created something unique. There are only a few places in the world which offer guests the great chance to swim together with the sea animals, that even includes sharks, pink dolphins and the cute Southeast Asian seal-like creature, the dugong.

The Underwater World of Singapore was founded with several targets. Some of the main targets of the complex are to teach all the guests, children especially on the extreme importance of protecting the sea world and all of its creatures. Each of its attractive programs has been build to create a complex during which children learn as much as they enjoy being and swimming together with the residents of the Oceanarium. Underwater World has several internationally recognised and highly appreciated protective and pro-active protective and conservation activity concerning the Asian waters, including all their projects with regards to the protection of Galapagos Island, the protection and transplantation projects of coral reefs and all the hard work they do to learn as much as possible about all the sea creatures they are housing and for releasing them later on, when their future is stabilised. Their sea turtle rehabilitation and protection programs, their efforts to maintain the breeding of the already rare pink dolphins and the saving of dugong baby Gracie all being operated in cooperation with the international World Wildlife Fund. When you visit this great Oceanarium, the Underwater World, you will learn a lot more, on their protective work and on how you can help to protect the nature and its residents. The educational and sea-awareness programs of the Underwater World include the Living in the Ocean Program, the Ocean Ambassador Program and the Coral Club Program.

The Underwater World is operating since 1991 with their 2500 seawater creatures containing altogether 250 species whose number is steadily growing thanks to the hard work on breeding of the scientific staff of the Oceanarium. Next to the complex, there is a Dolphinarium also belonging to underwater world featuring their beautiful pink dolphins in forms of different shows. The Dolphin Lagoon is located on the Palawan Beach. In 2010 the complex has maintained several reconstruction works in order to create a much nicer environment both for their residents and for the guests of course. The unique attraction of the Oceanarium includes a 83 metre long mobbing walkway with which passengers will slowly travel through an all transparent tunnel inside the extra huge aquarium feeling just like as if they were parts of the ocean life. You will see beautiful sharks, stingrays, living coral reefs, eels, turtles among many other colourful fishes swimming happily inside.

And if you feel you want to be more part of marine life, all you need to do is to enrol in one of the programs of the Underwater World, such as the Marine Discovery, Dive with the Dugong, Dive with the Sharks, Dive with sharks and Dugongs. Initially the Swim with the Dolphins programs are highly popular and serve as one of the most unique attractions an Oceanarium has ever made. All programs are pro-active and include swimming with the fishes, in full diving suit and equipments. The courses are either an hour or 90 minutes long, from which half an hour is spent with the fishes or in the rest of the time, you can learn so much about sea life and the creatures whose name you selected: the cute Dugong, the sharks and the dolphins. Each course includes a preparation for the diving too. Do not miss one of these swimming programmes, as they are excellent! Underwater World has several special events; especially the underwater marriages are very popular to be held in here.

Surely, you will come out as an avid fan of sea in the end from the Underwater World. It’s no wonder that the Oceanarium is among the most popular family attractions of Singapore. Visit the Underwater World in Sentosa Island, its really a must-visit place.

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