S.E.A. Aquarium @ Resorts World Sentosa

We visited the S.E.A Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa when it first opened last year. It is accredited by the Guinness World Records to be the world’s largest aquarium. So proud of this achievement on our tiny, sunny island.

Loads of people snapping away in front of this giant panel.





There are more than 800 species of marine life here like sharks, manta rays (my favourite), eel and starfishes. In particular, there is this special pool whereby visitors can touch the cute little starfishes. ❤

You can tell that kids are really enjoying themselves. I touched the starfish and the texture was pretty rough. It wasn’t as squirmy as I expected it to be. This is a must-try activity in the aquarium.

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Loads of other marine animals.




Try finding the fish among the rocks!


Hideous-looking fish peeking out of the rocks when I was busy snapping away..


And.. Singaporeans always appreciate seeing some sharks in an aquarium. It is like a “social status” of some kind. The more sharks there are, the better the aquarium is.


We spent about 2 hours walking around the place and we bought some snacks with the vouchers we received at this small cafe located right in the aquarium. There is a really posh restaurant called Ocean Restaurant. Haven’t had a chance to try it but i’m definitely looking forward. Heard that it is really pricey though.


S.E.A. Aquarium at Sentosa

Expected duration: 2-3 hours

What’s so good: Wide variety of marine life and the giant panel that provides a panoramic view of the aquarium.

What’s not so good: There is a long queue to endure before entering the aquarium so as to prevent overcrowding. We queued for an hour. Try to go during weekdays to avoid the crowd.

If you are keen to explore~

Add: Resorts World Sentosa, Waterfront Station

Click here for the directions to the attraction and the opening hours.

Ticket Pricing:

S.E.A. Aquarium Day Pass

You can buy your tickets online to skip the ticket line. Note: You still have to queue to get in.

Ticket Type Adult Child
(4 to 12 years old)
(60 years old & above)
One Day Pass^ $38 $28 $28
S.E.A.A Express Starting from $10#

^One Day Pass includes admission to Typhoon Theatre (non-peak days only). On peak days, please purchase the S.E.A.A Express which includes priority queue and admission to Typhoon Theatre.

#S.E.A.A Express pre-purchase online rate is fixed at $10. On-site rates will be based on date of visit and subject to change without prior notice.

There is also a multi park pass which will be advisable for foreigners who have yet to visit the various new attractions in Sentosa.

Multi-Park Pass (**You can save 10% of ticket prices when you get the packages below.)

Parks Ticket Type Adult Child
(4 to 12 years old)
(60 years old & above)
S.E.A. Aquarium™
Universal Studios Singapore™
One Day Pass $100 $74 $58
Two Day Pass $163 $120 $94
S.E.A. Aquarium™
Adventure Cove Waterpark™
One Day Pass $67 $49 $49
Two Day Pass $110 $80 $80
S.E.A. Aquarium™
Adventure Cove Waterpark™
Universal Studios Singapore™
One Day Pass
Two Day Pass $217 $159 $132

All prices above include admission to the The Maritime Experiential Museum.

Click here for the ticket prices.


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