About S.E.A. Aquarium
S.E.A. Aquarium is one of the world’s largest aquariums, and home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species. Here at the more than 50 different habitats, you’ll find magnificent creatures from sharks and manta rays to rare, exotic beauties like the American blue lobster and poison arrow frogs.
Here are 9 things you probably don’t know about S.E.A. Aquarium. And be sure to check out these top 10 photogenic marine animals when you’re here.
10am – 7pm daily, subject to changes. Click here for the latest updates
60yrs & above
(One Day Ticket^)
Tickets can also be purchased at ticketing booths outside the S.E.A. Aquarium. Check out the latest ticket deals here.
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Show & Feed Schedule
Dolphin Chit Chat @ Dolphin Panel
(Weekdays: 2.30pm, Weekends 11.30am and 2.30pm)
Ever wondered how many teeth a dolphin has? What they feed on or how they breathe? Come and learn more about these magnificent marine mammals.
Marine Chatters @ Open Ocean Habitat
(Weekdays: 1pm, Weekends 1pm and 3pm)
How many species of marine creatures are there in our biggest Open Ocean Habitat? Who are some of them? What are they really like? Come hear all about them.
Feeding time at the Aquarium!
Watch as our aquarist team don their scuba gear and jump into our three deepest and largest habitats to feed a range of marine life.
Shipwreck: 2pm, Tue-Sun
Home to thousands, the Shipwreck habitat has a huge diversity of tropical marine fish. Watch as schools of fish whirl in around the aquarists and even the more timid of species come out to feed.
Open Ocean: 4pm, Tue-Sun
Home to over 40,000 fish across 80 different species, the open ocean feed is action filled! Watch as our aquarist team descends 12 metres to feed a range of fish; from 2m wide stingrays, spiny shark rays and graceful spotted eagle rays.
Shark Seas: 3.30pm, Tue & Thu
Surrounded by more than 100 sharks, our aquarists put on their chain mail suits and venture into Shark Seas for this feeding session. Descending to 9 metres depth they feed many of the bottom dwelling sharks including the inconspicuous Wobbegong sharks!
Coral Garden: 12pm daily
Can you spot the fish with venomous spines? Which fish are born female but can later change to male? Our team will explain all of these fun facts as you watch the aquarists feed.
Meet our mascots: Mai the manta ray and Sam the hammerhead shark
Where: Ocean Dome
When: 12.30pm and 2.30pm daily (subject to change without prior notice)
Terms and Conditions
▸ S.E.A. Aquarium One-Day Ticket does not include admission into Adventure Cove Waterpark.
▸ Each ticket is valid for one-day visit for a single guest, non-transferable & non-refundable, even in cases of inclement weather.
▸ Price is inclusive of all government taxes.
▸ For your safety, all bags and other belongings may be subject to screening at the Aquarium’s entrance.
▸ Additional Terms & Conditions apply.