Birthday at S.E.A. Aquarium

After my sad birthday last year (everyone forgot my birthday and Jhon didn’t plan anything for me thinking my family has plans), he decided to whisk me away to the largest sea aquarium in Asia. Yeyyy!

My birthday was on a Friday so we took our day off from work. We started the day satisfying my craving for KFC’s porridge at Harbour front centre. Yummy!



With stomachs filled, we headed to Sentosa’s S.E.A Aquarium. Jhon had already bought the tickets online so it was a breeze to simply walk in. It does not really matter anyways because the queue to buy the tickets was short. We simply saved 5 minutes.

To enter the S.E.A Aquarium, we went through the Maritime Expedition Museum. We floated through it because we had went there before, which I realized that I forgot to blog about and that was 2 years ago. Kwang kwang kwang…





Anyways, there were many people but not so congested and crowded. Before entering the main entrance, there is a room at the side of it with a quick sneak peak of what is inside. My first expression was “WAHHHH!!!” and it was funny as a few seconds later, a class of 4 year olds said the same thing.



The Aquarium was in several parts which represents parts of the sea that has different kinds of sea creatures. I tell ya, it was definitely beautiful especially if you have fascinations for sea creatures.

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This is my favorite part of the entire place! I want to hold my wedding here!! When I saw the manta ray, I was gasping so loudly that I sounded like I was out of breath and drowning. IT WAS HUGE!!!!! Yet it flew so delicately. I never thought I would see a manta ray in real life after seeing them countless of times on National Geographic and Animal channels.









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After the S.E.A. Aquarium, we headed to VIVO and went to Secret Recipe for lunch. HUNGRY! I wasn't sure if food was extra yummy or we were just too hungry. Haha





After lunch/dinner, we hang out at the observation deck and watched the sun sets. It was beautiful and a wonderful way to end my birthday.



Wind was blowing, the sun setting emitting an orange glow like an enormous candle and I am in my arms of my lover. Thank you so much, mahal ko.



   

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