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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/
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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/
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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.
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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.
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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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    Here's a couple of photos from me. I caught the BluWater Bay wave pool in operation. Looks nice, though the waves are kinda short (well, it's meant to be a relaxing pool, not a "surfing" wave pool anyway anyway):
    http://dejiki.com/2012/10/marine-life-park-aerial8/





    Marine Life Park - from the air 8:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/10/marine-life-park-aerial8/
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    I went to the resort yesterday and the park looks fantastic. The BluWater Bay (wave pool) has been completely repaired. Some repainting works are being done for pool shades' support pillars. The only major work appears to be the replacement of the Aquarium building's roof.

    New photo update:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/10/marine-life-park-aerial7/





    More:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/10/marine-life-park-aerial7/
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    SINGAPORE - Resorts World Sentosa is set for a grand opening on Dec 7, as it puts the finishing touches on its second anchor attraction - the Marine Life Park.

    But don't expect the 25 dolphins - caught in waters off the Solomon Islands, near Papua New Guinea - which have been a point of contention for animal-rights activists, to be there then.

    Resorts World said at a media briefing yesterday that the arrival dates of the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins have not been firmed up yet. The mammals are being held in Subic Bay in the Philippines.

    The dolphins are to be part of a series of immersive programmes beginning next year, to be held at the park's Adventure Cove Waterpark.
    http://news.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/Relax/Story/A1Story20120925-373523.html


    PS. Apologies for the mix-up in the previous post with regards to MLP opening date and RWS grand opening. The resort has announced that MLP will be open in time for the December school holidays here (which starts from 17 November). Thus, a mid/late-November opening for MLP is possible.
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    Updates from the air:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/08/marine-life-park-aerial6/#up2

    Marine Life Park - from the air 6, part 2




    More photos: http://dejiki.com/2012/08/marine-life-park-aerial6/#up2

    As for Marine Life Park's opening date, I've been hearing that it's in December. But who knows, the park might soft-open some sections earlier.
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    I was at the MLP area yesterday and the progress has improved greatly. For those who have been keeping up with my updates, it's close to "from the air 3" where the Dolphin pools are cleaned/prepped with the green water. Some slides at the Adventure Cove are in operation too with team members undergoing training/testing (or just enjoying) the slides.

    I'll have the photos up tomorrow.
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    Here it is! Marine Life Park - from the air 3:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/05/marine-life-park-aerial3/
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    I'm preparing an update and it should be up on my site tomorrow. But for now, here's some photos:



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    I've just posted another update with aerial photos here: http://dejiki.com/2012/05/marine-life-park-aerial2/









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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    This is interesting concept art, but it doesn't show any slides whatsoever! Do you have more material?
    Take a look at this old resort map, which shows how the original Equarius Water Park and Marine Life Park were initially planned, with Equarius Hotel in the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thethemeparkguy View Post
    Hi Stefan, thanks for posting the link! Got too caught up with work and stuff after we met that afternoon.

    This park went through several design iterations. In case anyone's interested, here's the original concept art. The park was designed with two levels in mind (a street level and an "underwater" level, for "tank viewing") for different experiences. Not sure if we'll be getting this in the final version - too much construction going on to discern anyway.



    Good thing they scaled back the Equarius Hotel and stuffed it in the corner. The current MLP looks a lot larger than the concept art.
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