Dolphins in the Marina  
There is something undeniably calming and fascinating about watching animals in their natural habitat and Singapore understands that, offering locals and tourists numerous Zoos, safaris and Marine Life Parks to explore and immerse themselves in. It would be a shame to miss out on what is on offer in the Wildlife sector.
The Marine Life Park is the world's largest oceanarium, offering an aquarium, waterpark and conservation site. There is a great deal to learn here as you can see over 800 different species of Marine Life. The Phillipines authorities are now set to increase this number even further as they have agreed to export Dolphins to the Marina.
The park will receive 25 Indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins and employees are excited to welcome them to their new home. There are many different realms in the part for visitors to learn about, including the Shark Seas, Arabian Gulf and Arabian Sea, East Africa and the Ocean Journey.
The waterpark is a welcome break for adults and children and is certainly unlike many other waterparks. It offers families the chance to swim with over 20,000 different species of fish, numerous slides and even the hydro-magnetic coaster, Riptide Rocket. This is Southeast Asia's first ride of this kind and is essentially a water rollercoaster.
The park also offers parents the ideal opportunity to teach their children about conservation and the role of Singapore in preserving the precious wildlife of the country and the world. It just about ticks all boxes for adults and children alike.
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