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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Singapore Underwater World

See the Underwater World of Singapore
One of Singapore's Famous Attraction located at Sentosa Island. 



How to get there: 
MRT
Take the North-East Line and alight at the HarbourFront MRT Station. From there, you may either go to the 3rd level of VivoCity shopping mall, transfer onto our Sentosa Express or you may take a leisurely stroll down the Sentosa Boardwalk. Train fares vary.
Public Buses
Take a bus and alight along Telok Blangah Road. From there, you may either go to the 3rd level of VivoCity shopping mall, transfer onto the Sentosa Express, OR you may take a leisurely stroll down the Sentosa Boardwalk. Bus fares vary. Bus numbers: 65, 80, 93, 188, 855, 10, 30, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166

The Sentosa Express, located at VivoCity (Lobby L, Level 3), provides easy access to Sentosa, HarbourFront Center and St. James Power Station. Admission: S$3 per person

Visitors may board the cable car from the Singapore Cable Car Station at HarbourFront Tower Two and alight at Imbiah Lookout.
Adults: S$24 for one way trip and S$26 for two way trip while Children only has to pay S$14 for one way trip and S$15 for two way trip.

The first thing that pops out in my mind when I heard we were going to the Underwater World at Sentosa Island was the movie ''Waterworld'' by Russell Crowe. An unforgettable film about people searching for land and what would people do to have more power and control. There are lots of interesting sea creatures however, as always I was already running out of batteries, so I only had a few shots. The Leafy Sea Dragon was really something, it can absolutely protect itself from predators without any delays.

The place welcomes you to a different world you walk through a hallway with sharks, stingrays, all kinds of small and big fishes swimming in all corners.  They're enclosed in a tank,a big sized aquarium that serves as the wall and ceiling along the way. It was really amazing to see these creatures right before your very eyes. My favorite were the jellyfish , also known as jellies or sea jellies or Medusozoa. They adapt to their environment and they change color basing on the lights inside their tanks which also changes every minute. These sea creature are called the Sea Nettle Jellyfish. 
When it's feeding time for the Stingrays go ahead and try it , just for a few bucks you'll be able to feed them and feel their mouths sucking the food out from your hand.

 
An Octopus seems like a great pet for gangster, both looks scary. While another jellyfish called the Moon jelly or Moon Jellyfish. with ribbon like tails were like melted buttons in top view. The Underwater World has made me realize how many more beautiful species we have down there in the vast ocean lurking around.




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