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Local Name:
Marine Life Park
Budget:
450M
Announced:
16 Oct 2006
Construction Start:
16 Apr 2007
Opening:
07 Dec 2012
Location:
Area:
8 ha
  1. Still no press event and all these pics are already out!

  2. dejiki is offline Park Investigator
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    Time for some outdoor fun at Marine Life Park: Adventure Cove Waterpark

    Review + Extended photo tour:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/11/marine-life-park-adventure-cove-waterpark-review/






    http://dejiki.com/2012/11/marine-life-park-adventure-cove-waterpark-review/

  3. MANILA - The Philippine authorities have reportedly given the green light for 25 bottlenose dolphins to be exported to Singapore's Marine Life Park at Resorts World Sentosa.

    Animal welfare groups in the Philippines had tried to block export of the dolphins in a court case, which they lost last month.

    Sunday's edition of The Philippine Star, quoting Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources director Asis Perez, said the Department of Agriculture had issued the export permit, upon the bureau's recommendation.
    Source:
    http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/se-asia/story/manila-okays-export-25-bottlenose-dolphins-singapore-20121118

  4. dejiki is offline Park Investigator
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    Here are some photos taken during the Marine Life Park: S.E.A. Aquarium preview.

    Review + Extended photo tour:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/11/marine-life-park-sea-aquarium-review/












    http://dejiki.com/2012/11/marine-life-park-sea-aquarium-review/

  5. dejiki is offline Park Investigator
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    Here are more details on MLP. This time, I bring news from S.E.A. Aquarium, and not Adventure Cove Waterpark!

    More photos and details here:
    Marine Life Park: S.E.A. Aquarium - Sneak Peek | dejiki.com

    Full list of exhibits:
    Strait of Karimata and Java Sea
    Strait of Malacca and Andaman Sea
    Bay of Bengal and Laccadive Sea
    Dolphin Island
    Ocean Journey
    Open Ocean
    Arabian Gulf and Arabian Sea
    Red Sea
    East Africa
    South China Sea
    Shark Seas

    Further Info
    Strait of Karimata and Java Sea: Tunnel, connected to Shipwreck Habitat
    Shark Seas: Tunnel, with a big window beside it
    Dolphin Island: should offer underwater views of the large pools outside
    Open Ocean: The LARGEST exhibit!




    The entrance to S.E.A. Aquarium is located within Maritime Experiential Museum. Basically, you can access the Museum if you have a ticket to the Aquarium. You'll need to walk most parts of the Upper level (Souk gallery) to get to the escalators to bring you to the actual Aquarium entrance.



    Entrance to the Aquarium leads directly to the first tunnel (or you can turn left to see Shipwreck Habitat)



    Shipwreck habitat



    Logically, this area should be the exit. That's the Shark Seas tunnel and its larger window.



    Merchandise for the Aquarium is sold at the Maritime Experiential Museum. Interestingly, the supposedly "shy" dolphins look more like sleepy (or even sad) dolphins.

  6. research007 is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    The 60-million-litre oceanarium will be home to more than 100,000 marine creatures of over 800 species.

    And it takes some 300 staff members to keep the marine park in tip-top condition.

    The park has more than 40 divers who take the plunge daily. They spend about five hours underwater, observing the creatures' behaviour and abnormalities. They clear waste, ensure the water's clean and even polish glass walls.

    It's detailed work - right down to the treatment of water.

    Grant Willis, Senior Curator at Marine Life Park, said: "The big thing in Singapore is temperature control. We need to make sure that it doesn't get too hot. We have chilling systems which will kick in itself when it gets too warm. The chill-out will kick in and keep it in that range. It depends on zones of habitat but roughly between 25 and 28 degrees. That's what we're aiming for."

    So far, some 25,000 marine creatures have settled in.
    Source:
    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1235365/1/.html

  7. 1 December sounds great. Both, Marine Life Park and Adventure Cove Water Park?

  8. dejiki is offline Park Investigator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Will you be there? Will you post photos?
    Maybe, and definitely.

    If my research is correct, Marine Life Park will be open to public no later than 1st December 2012.

  9. Will you be there? Will you post photos?

  10. dejiki is offline Park Investigator
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    Marine Life Park will hold a closed preview for RWS Invites members, on 17/11 (S.E.A. Aquarium) and 18/11 (Adventure Cove Waterpark)

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