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Marine Life Park
16 Oct 2006
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07 Dec 2012
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  1. ken
    ken is offline Curious Chap
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    Dec 2012
    Coming Soon In neigbourhood country Malaysia

  2. The open ocean tank at S.E.A. Aquarium that has the stadium standing is not only spectacular, but there is a second section if one goes to the right. Look for the huge black ray that has taken over a ledge at the top of that second tank and comes down to patrol the area before retiring to its cubbyhole. There were also sharks and rays resting side by side on the floor in that tank.

  3. ken
    ken is offline Curious Chap
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    Dec 2012

    A bit disappointed on the open ocean of Marine Life Park when compared to Kuroshio Sea of Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium Japan.
    Did anyone notice that the previous MLP promotion video was actually shot in Kuroshio Sea aquarium for their open ocean?

  4. ken
    ken is offline Curious Chap
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    Dec 2012
    $3000, much cheaper than the Atlantis The Palm Super Suite Dubai.

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  5. admin is online now Administrator
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    May 2011
    Marine Life Park opened today. I have moved this thread to the 'Completed' section. It will remain accessible.

  6. research007 is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Oct 2011
    The park will open on Thursday, 22 November 2012!

    SINGAPORE - The final attraction at Resorts World Sentosa, the Marine Life Park, will open this Thursday, about two weeks ahead of the Integrated Resort's grand opening.

    Adult tickets to the SEA Aquarium, the world's largest, cost S$29 and S$20 for children.

    Visitors, however, will not be able to see the bottlenose dolphins, the first group of which arrived yesterday, until next year.

  7. Finally!

    SINGAPORE - Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) today welcomed a group of bottlenose dolphins from the Philippines.

    According to RWS' Marine Life Park blog, the dolphins arrived safely under the care and supervision of RWS' experienced team of veterinarians and marine mammal specialists. As the animals acclimate to their new home, they will remain under a restricted quarantine period.

    The Philippines authorities yesterday approved the export of 25 Indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins to RWS's Marine Life Park, after animal welfare groups tried to block the export of the dolphins in a court case.

    "We look forward to introducing our dolphins to our Singaporean community and international guests through observation, educational and interactive opportunities," said RWS in its blog.
    Posted in TODAYonline Singapore:

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