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Resorts World Sentosa launches world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park

Resorts World Sentosa's (RWS) second anchor attraction after Universal Studios and the world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park is now open. 

By I-S staff | Nov 22, 2012

  • Resorts World Sentosa launches world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park
    Marine Life Park, Singapore
  • Resorts World Sentosa launches world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park
    Diver interaction at the Marine Life Park
  • Resorts World Sentosa launches world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park
    Sharks at the Marine Life Park, Singapore
  • Resorts World Sentosa launches world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park
    Shipwreck gallery at the Marine Life Park, Singapore
  • Resorts World Sentosa launches world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park
    Whirlpool Washout at the Adventure Cove Waterpark
  • Resorts World Sentosa launches world's largest oceanarium Marine Life Park
    Pipeline Plunge at the Adventure Cove Waterpark

Singapore's latest attraction at the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) is finally open. The Marine Life Park is RWS's second anchor attraction after Universal Studios Singapore, and houses over 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species in more than 60 million liters of water, making it the world's largest oceanarium. 

You can now visit the two ticketed attractions at the Marine Life Park—the Southeast Asia Aquarium (S.E.A Aquarium), as well as the Adventure Cove Waterpark—each requiring an admission fee of $20-29. 

The S.E.A Aquarium, the largest of its kind in the world, sets the standard for marine life and conservation education in the region, offering an in-depth look at habitats the world over, including the African subcontinent. Its viewing panel, also the largest in the world, is said to be a highlight and the centerpiece of the aquarium. 

The real jaw-dropper though, is probably the Adventure Cove Waterpark. It has Southeast Asia's first hydro-magnetic coaster the Riptide Rocket (that takes riders upwards), and will introduce sharks feeding and interaction programs with Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins next year. 

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