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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Living in the Ocean with the Marine Creatures in Underwater World - Day 2

We survived the night sleeping within the tunnel in Underwater World. It was pretty cold but luckily we had our jackets. Gladys woke up in the wee hours and found her way to the washroom all by herself! I thought she will wake me up to guide her through dim tunnel and up to level 1 where the toilets are, but she did not. Our brave girl managed to find her way to and back without any problem. :)

7.00am - Rise and shine! It's time to wake up and wash up! Lights came back shortly and we were greeted by the marine creatures once again.

The children folded their sleeping bags and roamed within the tunnel once again. 

Gladys admiring a group of sharks snuggling together. 

8.00am - We had breakfast followed by a talk by the Marine Mammal Trainer. 

9:40am - We had some free & easy time before Underwater World open its door to visitors. The children headed back to the oceanarium to fed the fishes.

The tunnel is their favourite spot. This time they spotted a diver cleaning up the reef and waved to say Hi.

Exploring the zone before the crowd enters.


Wefie taken with the children. 


11.00am - Our final activity before we leave is Meet-The-Dolphins Session at the Dolphin Lagoon. It has been a long time since the kids saw the Pink Dolphins and Sea Lions and they love the show.



12pm - The children received a certificate for participation as well as collected their prize for the Ocean quiz that they participated the night before. It is time to wave goodbye to our Marine Friends.

It was truly an educational and memorable experience living in the ocean. We were so close to the marine creatures and spent quality time learning more about them. Kudos to the guides who have shared their knowledge extensively with the group and ensuring our stay was a pleasant one.

Day 1: http://bpdgtravels.blogspot.sg/2015/08/living-in-ocean-with-marine-creatures.html

"Living in the Ocean"
Underwater World

Disclosure: All comments and opinions are personal and no monetary compensation was received. Thank you Underwater World Singapore for hosting us for the "Living In The Ocean" program in conjunction with Singapore Science Festival 2015.

3 comments:

  1. The pics are so well taken. Good place to chill out hor?

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  3. Thank you for the compliment. :) It sure is a nice place to stay out.

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