SEA Aquarium Exhibits
Revisited the SEA Aquarium recently for the Ocean Soul Exhibition as well as to take a walk into the Open Ocean. While nothing much has changed since the last visit to SEA Aquarium on the VIP Tour last year. There has indeed been some minor tweaking to the aquarium. Firstly, the maritime experiential museum is closed for renovation, while at the same time, I did notice some electronic visuals on display at the aquarium has since been updated. It is a good use of technology to enhance the experience at the aquarium?
Over at the Open Ocean area, there is now a safety parameter between the acrylic tank and the visitors. Which also means that you can’t really get up close to the fishes except unless you walk over to the Deep Ocean Dome.
To get a closer view of the fishes and other creatures in the Deep Ocean, it will be worth while to proceed to the Ocean Dome to check out them closer in view. You might be lucky to see schools of fishes swimming by together or the mantra ray gliding in close proximity to you.
Featuring photographs by Brian Skerry – a contributing photographer for National Geographic magazine since 1998. The Ocean’s Seoul exhibition at the SEA Aquarium – titled Ocean Soul, also named after his new book featuring spectacular images from a 30-year career in underwater photography.
The picture above titled – blue maomao, is a photograph of blue maomao swimming above a bed of kelp in New Zealand. This photograph captured my attention as I traverse through the gallery of underwater photography.
Exhibition Title: National Geographic Photo Exhibition – Ocean Soul part 1
Exhibition Period: May 27 – July 31, 2017
Venue: S.E.A. Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa
(near the exit, before the tunnel leading to Shipwreck Habitat)
Time: 10am – 6pm daily
This exhibition is organised by National Geographic Society, by which all rights are reserved.