Senyor in Singapore 2015: S.E.A. Aquarium

It was definitely a whole new world in there.

To cap off our first day in Sentosa Island Resort, we decided to experience what this humongous aquarium can offer. We did not know what to expect honestly, maybe that's why we both enjoyed the whole place even though we were tired already.

Soon as you enter, you will go through a series of exhibits that shows trade goods that flourished in Singapore and how trade was done with neighbouring Asian countries.Before you enter the actual aquarium itself, you'll see a gallery that has interactive kiosks, souvenir shops, and this enormous representation of a ship's sections.After a few more walks......and it was time to explore the deep sea. Of course, there are the sharks, stingrays, and divers with the sharks and stingrays.😂There are all sorts of sea creatures that you can only see in nature documentaries and photos.If you are also familiar with the movie "Finding Nemo", I bet you recognized them...Aside from sea creatures, there were also fresh water ones...This one really captured my eyes. The tank stood like 2-3 floors high and is full of different kinds of fish and corals.After our non-stop walking, we decided to take a break. We found this glowing cotton candy so we gave it a try.While finishing this big cotton candy, we sat down in front of a huge aquarium that is filled with big deep sea creatures. I was only able to take a few photos of them because I found myself greatly amazed of the view.This is the part that I really enjoyed. I never knew jellyfish can be that fun to photograph.Different species of jellyfish were enclosed in different tanks which further showed their beauty.Some tanks were illuminated with different color of lights that is then picked up by the jellyfish.This big tank changes its colour from time to time which in turn makes the jellyfish change its colour as well.The legendary Nautilus; a living fossil in the flesh.Soon as we hit the exit doors, we thought that's all of it. Then, we entered another gallery and there were still more to explore.

It was indeed a wonderful experience to see creatures we rarely see on the regular. The S.E.A. Aquarium really touched my curious mind. After the whole tour, it got me thinking how many of them are still out there in our seas and oceans, undiscovered, and without any names yet.

Before you enter the actual aquarium itself, you'll see a gallery that has interactive kiosks, souvenir shops, and this enormous representation of a ship's sections.

After a few more walks...

...and it was time to explore the deep sea. Of course, there are the sharks, stingrays, and divers with the sharks and stingrays.😂

There are all sorts of sea creatures that you can only see in nature documentaries and photos.

If you are also familiar with the movie "Finding Nemo", I bet you recognized them...

Aside from sea creatures, there were also fresh water ones...

This one really captured my eyes. The tank stood like 2-3 floors high and is full of different kinds of fish and corals.

After our non-stop walking, we decided to take a break. We found this glowing cotton candy so we gave it a try.

While finishing this big cotton candy, we sat down in front of a huge aquarium that is filled with big deep sea creatures. I was only able to take a few photos of them because I found myself greatly amazed of the view.

This is the part that I really enjoyed. I never knew jellyfish can be that fun to photograph.

Different species of jellyfish were enclosed in different tanks which further showed their beauty.

Some tanks were illuminated with different color of lights that is then picked up by the jellyfish.

This big tank changes its colour from time to time which in turn makes the jellyfish change its colour as well.

The legendary Nautilus; a living fossil in the flesh.

Soon as we hit the exit doors, we thought that's all of it. Then, we entered another gallery and there were still more to explore.

It was indeed a wonderful experience to see creatures we rarely see on the regular. The S.E.A. Aquarium really touched my curious mind. After the whole tour, it got me thinking how many of them are still out there in our seas and oceans, undiscovered, and without any names yet.

Till next time, sea you around, Fishies. 😁

Be sure to check out my page for more photos of the places we visited during our short but fun trip in Singapore in the coming days.