Ok you know what; I am just going to cut straight to the chase. S.E.A Aquarium in Sentosa is having 1 for 1 promotion every Tuesday!
Yes, you now have my full permission to rejoice.
The South East Asian (S.E.A) Aquarium is not only the biggest aquarium in the region, but it is also home to 100,000 marine animals. These marine lives are of over 800 species and come from 49 different habitats, each one as fascinating as the next. I know that on any given day, a trip like this might set you back at least about $40 per person, but with this 1 for 1 deal, it is a huge saving. Besides, entering the largest aquarium that will take you across time and continents is an experience you won’t forget that easily.
Start your journey at the Strait of Karimata and East Java Sea, where a monumental shipwreck with a splintered hull that has evolved into a thriving marine habitat.
Continue through the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea before uncovering the mysteries of the Sundarbans Mangrove, home to a myriad of endangered plants and animals found along the coast of the Bay of Bengal.
Make your way further into the ocean and come face-to-face with indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins and gentle giants of the sea including the leopard shark, goliath grouper, saw fish, mahi mahi and a never-before-seen squadron of magnificent manta rays.
The warm waters of the Arabian Sea and the Persian will you delight in meeting rocky shore inhabitants like the sally lightfoot crab, the spider-like eight-armed seastar and other unusual semi-aquatic creatures.
The Red Sea is home to a diverse range of soft and hard corals because of its warm waters and high salt content. Watch in wonder as warm-water fish like fairy basslet, yellow boxfish, orange striped triggerfish, fire shrimp and long-horned cowfish swim amongst sea fans and coral colonies.
As you travel across the Great Lakes of East Africa, be awestruck by the tremendous diversity of fish, many of which evolved within the lakes and are found nowhere else in the world.
In the South China Sea, spot colourful fishes and a variety of lobsters hiding amongst the rocks and rubble.
End your adventure in the Shark Seas with endangered species such as the scalloped hammerhead shark, the powerful and aggressive silvertip shark, and the sandbar shark – one of the largest coastal sharks in the world. Marvel at the strength and grace of these remarkable creatures that have inhabited the earth for over 420 million years!
I am sure you are hungry after all that “swimming”, so dine at the Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora or help yourself to an array of snacks at the S.E.A snack bar.
Beat the weekday blues with S.E.A Aquarium’s 1 for 1 promotion that is valid only on Tuesdays from now till Dec 31 2015. Get two Adult One-Day passes at $32 (Usual Price $64).
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