SEA Aquarium

Before entering the S.E.A. Aquarium, we had to walk through the Maritime Experiential Museum. Although there's probably many interesting artifacts to see at the museum, we were too eager to the fishes and quickly walked through it.


The tunnel in the first part of the S.E.A. Aquarium reminds me of Underwater World, which I visited when I was still a kid.




It is really a difficult task trying to catch a sharp image of the moving marine creatures.


Bright orange starfish clinging on the glass


Cylindrical fish tank




There's endless little fishes and colourful corals to see in various display tanks.


Sea animal hiding in their shells


My best photo of the small jelly fishes that keeps bouncing around in dim lights.



Bigger jellyfishes dancing around in water


This super big "fish tank" is near the end of the S.E.A. aquarium.


A manta ray swimming across the "ocean"


Another manta ray surrounded by many small fishes





On the way to the exit, walking back in the direction towards the entrance, there are more marine life to see.


The path leads us back the cylindrical tank, but now we can have a closer look at the colourful fishes swimming at the top of the tank.



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