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SEA LIFE BANGKOK

SEA LIFE BANGKOK

Timing: Open daily 10.00 a.m. - 07.00 p.m. (Last entry 06.00 p.m.)

Descriptions 
SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World allows visitors to experience the ocean’s hidden marvels, and our expert staffs are dedicated to, and passionate about conservation. SEA LIFE you can make up your mind and see the sea creatures like Magnificent Sharks, colourful Clownfish or perhaps inquisitive Sea Turtles, etc, rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. And you’ll be able to get closer to them than ever before. Many of our creatures are on the endangered list, have been rescued and cannot be released into the wild or have been born and bred as part of our conservation projects.
Here you can explore Aquarium Zones, Our Creatures, Rainforest Adventure, Penguin Ice Playground, Makita, Ocean Tunnel, Shark Walk, etc.  SEA LIFE Bangkok considers education as an important cornerstone of our operation. Our objective is to "inspire all our visitors to CARE and have an active interest in protecting the marine environment". 
At SEA LIFE Bangkok Aquarium - We provide dynamic, interactive education programs for the general public. We show the wonder of the aquatic environments to all visitors. We increase conservation awareness and encourage actions which positively contribute to its care. Each learning experience offered at the aquarium is educational and innovative, but more than that, it is a unique experience that impacts the way people see our aquatic environment.
A visit to the Ocean you will extend existing knowledge, touch a sense of wonder and heighten an appreciation of nature. The journey through the aquarium is one of exploration, where each participant has the opportunity to explore and investigate the aquatic world using a variety of approaches that take into account the different ways that people are able to learn.
We developed a system of care and best-practice animal husbandry that draws on decades of collective experience from our marine biologists.

LOCATION:  SEA LIFE Bangkok is a new aquarium in the heart of Bangkok. It is conveniently located in Siam Paragon Shopping Centre, easily accessible by car or public transport.

TRAVEL BY TRAIN
SEA LIFE Bangkok is easily accessible by the BTS Skytrain system exit No.5.
From Siam station, walk straight into the shopping mall from one of two entrances.
Follow the exit signs from the sky train which will point you in the right direction to Siam Paragon Shopping Centre and take the escalator down to B1 floor next to the food court.

TRAVEL BY CAR
From Ploenchit through Rajprasong Intersection, drive straight to Pathumwan area on Rama 1 Road and turn right into Siam Paragon Shopping Centre.
Parking 3 Hrs. The Mall has 3,000 car parking spaces.

TRAVEL BY BUS OR BY WALK
For bus services:
Air Conditioned Bus No. 16 : 25 : 73 : 79 : 204 : 501 : 508
Micro Bus No. 5 : 6 : 12 : 23
Normal Bus No. 15 : 16 : 21 : 25 : 40 : 48 : 54 : 73
If you're visiting us from shopping centres nearby, please refer to below:
A 5 -10 minute walk from the Siam Square area, Central World or MBK Shopping Center.
Enter Siam Paragon via the food court and find SEA LIFE Bangkok  on level B1 floor.

 

Rainforest Adventure
SEA LIFE Bangkok invites you to experience the magical forest and meet the giants of the Amazon and more tropical freshwater species from around the world  Exhibition of animals may differ in each show. You can get up close and personal with 5 amazing species such as Leopard Tortoise, Blue Tongue Skink, Beard Dragon, Ball Python and Red-Eyed Crocodile Skink.

Penguin Ice Playground at SEA LIFE Bangkok
Experince an adventure with our penguins.  Come and check out the ever-so-cute Gentoo Penguins in our "Ice Playground" zone. Whether these adorable creatures are taking a swim or just waddling around, you will be helpless against falling in love with them. Feel like you are visiting the Antarctic yourself with the surrounding snow and cold breezes.

Makita - Discover one and only Largetooth saw fish in Thailand
SEA LIFE Bangkok’s newest underwater adventure – welcoming 15 species of 65 sharks and offering an edutainment mission to visitors.
Wandering through the aquarium’s longest underwater tunnel in South East Asia, one shall meet with the first highlight of the family: Thailand’s one and only Large-tooth Sawfish with its distinctive saw-like rostrum. Despite its seemingly predatory rostrum and shark-like body, the sawfish is friendly and lovable.

Ocean Tunnels - Visit the spectacular underwater tunnel at SEA LIFE Bangkok
Immerse yourself in the wonders of the ocean by walking through this magical path surrounded by a variety of sea life including sharks, eagle rays, and schools of fish. Their movements around the tunnel are surreal and represent what you could say is their very own Broadway spectacle! Furthermore, a beautiful display of an icon from a famous Thai myth story will grab your attention just as it has done with countless visitors before.

Shark Walk
We challenge you to brave the stroll down our "Shark Walk".
A thin sheet of acrylic separates your brave soul from the four different types of sharks located in the tank. The walk is both fun and adventurous, giving you an opportunity to marvel at all the sharks while learning fascinating facts about them. Three different large interactive screens will present you with facts about all the shark species in the tanks.

Rockpools
Rockpools are amazing micro-habitats full of incredible creatures, Are you brave enough to stroke a Sea Anemone, Starfish or Crab,  find out during your visit. Rockpools are made from water left behind when the tide goes out. Lots of different creatures live in these shallow pools – they all need to be tough to adapt to different temperatures and waves crashing overhead. Starfish are found in every ocean in the world! There are over 2000 known species, each one is full of surprises. Crabs are crustaceans along with Lobsters and Shrimp. Crabs have eight legs and two claws. Instead of having a bony skeleton like we do, crustaceans have an external skeleton which protects their body like a suit of armour.