Fun-filled activities lined up for you and your family at the SEA Aquarium

Fun-filled activities lined up for you and your family at the SEA Aquarium

Rachel Lee·2016-11-29 13:29

This Christmas, the magic of the festive season meets the wonders of the ocean in Merry Fishmas, and you can catch the Pokemon Exhibition at the same time. At the SEA Aquarium, you’ll get to fill your Santa sack with plenty of tricks to entertain your kids during this year-end school holiday.

Nestia hereby gives you a roundup on the programmes and activities which the SEA Aquarium has prepared for you and your kids to enjoy.

Become Pokemon researchers for a day

Singapore is privileged to host the first Pokemon Research Exhibition outside Japan, making the event one that is not to be missed. With the help of the Pokemon Observation Machines present at scene, your kids, or otherwise known as Pokemon Trainers, will go on a search mission to hunt for and identify the Pokemon in the Poke Ball which they have selected.

Hit the Enchanted Sea Trail

Grab an activity card for each of your kids and embark on a trail in search of some of the marine animals which have inspired the Water Typed Pokemon.

Catch Scuba Santa and Elf feeding marine life

Scuba Santa and Elf perform their important annual job of feeding our marine friends with treasure treats held in colourful, giant gift boxes. These diving mascots will be appearing in a few different habitats in the aquarium. This sure is worth a snap on your camera, and makes a special and beautiful family portrait or we-fie.

Carol along with the stars of the show

The festive season would not be complete without carol singing performances and appearances by Mr and Mrs Santa, Mai the manta mascot, as well as Pikachu. Sing “fa la la la la” to your hearts out with these wonderful comrades!

Duration of events:

Merry Fishmas, 1 December 2016 – 2 January 2017

Pokemon Research Exhibition, 22 October 2016 – 2 January 2017

Address: SEA Aquarium, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island 098269

(Image Credits (from top): RWScoop, RWScoop, RWScoop)


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