It is just weeks before the opening of the Marine Life Park (MLP) at Resorts World at Sentosa (RWS). Let’s have a look at the park in the eighth issue of Marine Life Park – from the air.
NEW!! Marine Life Park will be open to public no later than 1st December 2012.
Marine Life Park - from the air seriesPart 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Dolphins | Part 9
Overview of the “Equarius Side” of Marine Life Park. The S.E.A. Aquarium building (white roof) is so clean and white after the repairs seen in the last update. According to Zooish, this is the Open Ocean Habitat – the largest tank in the S.E.A. Aquarium.
The “activity zone” at the shark-tooth-shaped pool is still dry. Seems like they’re still repainting the walls. The pools near it (and Adventure River) look so clean and ready for guests, though.
Here’s a shot of BluWater Bay, the wave pool, in action. Doesn’t it look great? Given the size of the pool, we should expect soothing waves, not the those crazy-powerful tsunami waves (Have a look at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon).
Towards right, the two slides were also operating. Most of the slides and BluWater Bay were running for the past week, with the park staff testing (and enjoying) the facilities.
Other Information about Marine Life Park
S$49 – Adult One-Day Pass to Adventure Cove Waterpark
S$28 – Adult One-Day Pass to S.E.A. Aquarium
S$38 – Child One-Day Pass to Adventure Cove Waterpark
S$22 – Child One-Day Pass to S.E.A. Aquarium
*Note: These are tentative rates and are not officially announced by RWS. Thus, the rates are subject to change. Use this information only as a rough guide. There will also be packages that include both Adventure Cove Waterpark and S.E.A. Aquarium.
List of Attractions at Adventure Cover Waterpark
In other news, you might be interested in the list of attractions at Adventure Cove Waterpark.Adventure Cover Waterpark attractions (Click to expand)
List of rides and attractions at Adventure Cove Waterpark zone at Marine Life Park*
*Amusement/Thrill rides and attractions within this zone only. Does not include Marine Life exhibits, aquariums, etc.
The only wave pool at the park, surrounded with thrilling water rides. Cabanas and lounge chairs form a cozy ring around the shallow edge of the pool.
Themed Lazy River
The long lazy river that travels around most areas of Marine Life Park, including the Grotto (rock building) and overhead tanks.
Large water rides
A long water slide that goes through spiral cone elements.
A high speed water slide, also known as a “Hydromagnetic Coaster” which uses a conveyor belt as a (somewhat launched) lift hill.
The blue 2-rider in-line tubes are used at this ride.
A long water slide that is mostly enclosed.
A dual-lane slide for two riders to dive head-first on a mat, racing down several dips.
Small water rides
A short water slide with a spiral cone element
A short water slide with a whirlpool dish element
Play zones (for young children)
Big Bucket Treehouse
A treehouse-themed playground set in a shallow pool, with two slides.
A shallow pool with fountains.