Not only is this Asia's largest tropical oceanarium, the revolutionary concept of marine life display enables you to ... More
Underwater World Singapore (Sentosa)
Not only is this Asia's largest tropical oceanarium, the revolutionary concept of marine life display enables you to unravel the mysteries of the deep in stunning proximity. A conveyor walkway takes visitors through a submerged 80-meter (262.5-foot) acrylic tunnel that meanders through a living coral reef where more than 2,500 marine creatures from 250 species abound. From the weedy sea dragon, poisonous lionfish and electric blue fish to giant clams, sharks and endangered giant turtles, you will see them all here, swimming gracefully above and around you. Underwater World is located on the island of Sentosa .
Reviews for Underwater World Singapore (Sentosa): 5
Aquaria KLCC VS UnderwaterWorld Sentosa
By A Yahoo Contributor, 9/3/11
I brought my family to UWS recently. Over all, it's really a big disappointment. The cost of the entrance fee was double of the Aquaria KLCC M'sia. With that, we were expecting double the fun we found in Aquaria. What actually turned out was: less species of fish/water/sea creature displayed, the colour of the fishes looked dull, dolphin lagoon with sealions as main performer.....It's not worth the time, the money. Do not waste your energy.
I took my family to Underwater World and was so dissapointed! It cost more than the zoo which was really big and amazing and this place is tiny and took us 40 minutes to look around! Don't waste your money!!!
I went into underwater world expecting an amazing aquarium after going to the bird park and the zoo and being amazed. I left feeling a little jipped. I spent 20 bucks to spend 45 minutes looking at a few fish. It was fun but it would have been alot nicer if there had been more to experience. Singapore is an amazing place but I was expecting alot more from Sentosa Island.
I completely agree with the previous reviewer. Normally I would'nt post anything but I know when I only see one review, I don't think it represents enough. However, I can't think of anything additional to add. Since we were touring Sentosa, I'm glad I saw it, but I had known, I could've skipped it and been just fine.
The Underwater Aquarium at Sentosa is larger then it first seems from outside, because most of the Aquarium is underground. It has a good variety of sea life, but nothing major, and if you are closterphopic then I would suggest skipping the experience.
A good stop while touring Sentosa Island, but dont go there just for the Aquarium.