S.E.A. Aquarium Society

S.E.A. Aquarium Society is the conservation institute of S.E.A. Aquarium. It brings together a community of like-minded people and organisations who are collaborating with S.E.A. Aquarium to protect the marine environment.

 It is open to people from all walks of life, including partners such as government agencies, corporates, not-for-profit groups, academic and research institutions; as well as supporters such as youth ambassadors, volunteers and marine enthusiasts.


S.E.A. Aquarium Society envisions a world where people understand the importance of the ocean and are driven to take action to improve its health, sustainability and productivity.


S.E.A. Aquarium Society protects the ocean by inspiring people to take conservation action.


Explore: by supporting researchers and scientists who are dedicated to increasing our understanding of the ocean.

Protect: by leading and support conservation actions that will directly impact and improve ocean health.

Educate: by activating a movement of enthusiastic people who are inspired to take action.


S.E.A. Aquarium Society sets out to reaffirm the relationship Singapore has with the ocean, by highlighting how ocean health is fundamentally linked to human health. This is called the ‘Healthy Ocean, Healthy Us’ initiative.


The society will focus on tackling priority issues such as ocean plastic pollution, sustainable seafood and climate action for the ocean in Southeast Asia and Australasia over the next five years.


Its goal is to create a movement of enthusiastic and motivated people in Singapore working together to protect the ocean, comprising:

  • Partners: government agencies, corporates, not-for-profit groups, academic and research institutions and local interest groups.
  • Supporters: Resorts World Sentosa team members, youth ambassadors, volunteers and marine enthusiasts.


Become a supporter by signing up to the society’s newsletter on this blog.  

Individuals and organisations who wish to submit project proposals and/or join can email conservation@rwsentosa.com. To stay connected, join the S.E.A. Aquarium Society Facebook group.


We’re helping to reduce plastic pollution and here’s how:

  • We’re working internally to reduce single-use plastics at S.E.A. Aquarium in our F&B and retail outlets.
  • We’re signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with James Cook University Singapore, to explore opportunities to collaborate on research. Details here
  • We’re embarking on a national campaign to reduce plastic usage in schools in partnership with Zero Waste SG. Details here
  • We’re becoming the ‘Official Singapore sponsor of World Oceans Day 2017’ and working alongside other AZA Aquariums around the world to raise awareness for ocean plastic pollution through onsite interpretive.
  • We’ve got volunteer support from secondary and tertiary institutions who are engaging the public on plastic pollution.
  • We’re organising bi-annual Reef Cleanups and supporting Project AWARE’s Dive Against Debris. Read about our first reef cleanup here
  • We’re organising bi-annual Beach Cleanups with the aid of International Coastal Cleanup Singapore (ICCS).

We’re increasing our efforts to engage the public on conservation:

  • We’re launching our first ever Dive Photography Competition on the 8th June. Details here
  • We’re creating an online community via Facebook so that we can share information easily with our partners and supporters. Join us
  • We’re working with grassroot communities on a 2-part ‘Healthy Ocean, Healthy Us’ Art Mural.
  • We’re launching a speaker series, whereby we are bringing key figures to engage the public on topics to excite their curiosity of the ocean. Terry Garcia, former Chief Science and Exploration Officer of National Geographic kickstarts the series.
  • We’re launching monthly S.E.A. Aquarium Society events at the aquarium for the public to get involved in.

For more information on our up-and-coming S.E.A. Aquarium Society events, please sign up to the S.E.A. Aquarium Society’s newsletter on this blog. And join in the conversation on our Facebook Page.