Divers approach a Leopard Ray perched against the glass of an exhibit in Singapore at the Marine Life Park at Resorts World, one of the city-state's newest tourist attractions. The Marine Life Park now offers certified divers a chance to do an ''Open Ocean Dive'' to explore the 18.2 million litre Open Ocean habitat which is home to manta rays, sharks and other marine life.
Breaking the surface An Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin is seen swimming at Dolphin Island, part of the Marine Life Park in Singapore's Resort World Sentosa, on Nov. 7. Dolphin Island is one of the Marine Life Park's newest attractions, where visitors are able to closely interact with dolphins. The Marine Life Park holds the Guiness World Record for the largest aquarium in the world. Follow Animal Tracks on Pinterest
Marine Life Park - Housing over 100,000 marine animals, this recently launched attraction is the largest oceanarium in the world. Its two ticketed attractions allow for wet or dry fun - the Southeast Asia Aquarium comprises 49 habitats imitating different areas in S.E.A. and houses the world’s largest viewing panel, while the Adventure Cove Waterpark is bringing the region its first hydromagnetic water coaster ride and a rainbow reef for snorkeling. (Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Island)