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The biggest draw at this aquarium is the Dolphin Lagoon where we showcase a unique breed of dolphins named Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins aka Pink Dolphins. Born grey, the dolphins eventually turns pink as they mature. The other attraction is the...more
Great opportunity to swim with dolphins as a good value extra if you were planning to visit adventure cove. The trainers obviously care for the dolphins and the opportunities to interact are great. Well worth 5he experience.
Wonderful experience for children and adults to come so close to these wonderful animals. The staff were amazing and showed the utmost care for the dolphins!
The staff ensured everyone was trained and safe and looked after the dolphins. They were very informative about these...More
"Underwater World Singapore", one of the World's oldest oceanarium build in the early 1990s, has clearly started showing it's age and looks quite pale compared to it's younger cousin - the S.E.A Aquarium. The only additional attraction which still makes UWS a major draw, are...More
This used to be a highlight of a trip to Singapore. But nowadays due to all new happening attractions in Sentosa this sightseeing is a bit ignored. Good to see & learn about all underwater species. There are certain time slots for Dolphin Show. Overall...More
Unfortunately this attraction was closed for repairs while I was there however while walking around the grounds for a look I ran into a worker who was about to feed the giant tortoises , so I tagged along , what an amazing experience , there...More
Having been to The Lost World underwater world at Atlantis,Dubai, this one at sentosa appeared pretty average,,though fish collection and variety is good but crowd management is poor..it is conjusted and air conditioning is not apt..u feel little suffocated in between..there were no Dolphins and...More