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Rocky Hideout

Rocky Hideout

Begin your journey into the astounding underwater world by taking a look at the Giant Spider Crab and the Giant Pacific Octopus. These aquatic creatures amaze us with their ability to camouflage themselves with surrounding rocks and other ocean features. 

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Did you know that the Giant Spider Crab is one of the largest crabs with a leg-span that can reach 3 metres? They can walk on the soft and sandy bottom of the ocean without sinking. The Spider crab plays an important role in the ocean by eating animal carcasses to keep the ocean clean!

Giant Pacific Octopus

Reaching up to four metres in size, this animal can amazingly claw through a hole the same size as its eyes because it has no bones! The only hard part in its body is a jaw-like beak. This invertebrate is one of the ocean's smartest creatures, considered to be cleverer than a dog!

Rocky Hideout

Begin your journey into the astounding underwater world by taking a look at the Giant Spider Crab and the Giant Pacific Octopus. These aquatic creatures amaze us with their ability to camouflage themselves with surrounding rocks and other ocean features. 

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Rocky Hideout

Begin your journey into the astounding underwater world by taking a look at the Giant Spider Crab and the Giant Pacific Octopus. These aquatic creatures amaze us with their ability to camouflage themselves with surrounding rocks and other ocean features. 

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Did you know?

Did you know that the Giant Spider Crab is one of the largest crabs with a leg-span that can reach 3 metres? They can walk on the soft and sandy bottom of the ocean without sinking. The Spider crab plays an important role in the ocean by eating animal carcasses to keep the ocean clean!

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Did you know?

Did you know that the Giant Spider Crab is one of the largest crabs with a leg-span that can reach 3 metres? They can walk on the soft and sandy bottom of the ocean without sinking. The Spider crab plays an important role in the ocean by eating animal carcasses to keep the ocean clean!

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Giant Pacific Octopus

Reaching up to four metres in size, this animal can amazingly claw through a hole the same size as its eyes because it has no bones! The only hard part in its body is a jaw-like beak. This invertebrate is one of the ocean's smartest creatures, considered to be cleverer than a dog!

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Giant Pacific Octopus

Reaching up to four metres in size, this animal can amazingly claw through a hole the same size as its eyes because it has no bones! The only hard part in its body is a jaw-like beak. This invertebrate is one of the ocean's smartest creatures, considered to be cleverer than a dog!

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Shark Walk

We challenge you to brave the stroll down our "Shark Walk". A thin sheet of acrylic separates your brave soul from the four different types of sharks located in the tank! The walk is both fun and adventurous, giving you an opportunity to marvel at all the sharks while learning fascinating facts about them. Three different large interactive screens will present you with facts about all the shark species in the tanks. So why not come and find out just how courageous you really are?

The Shark Walk at SEA LIFE London

Shark Walk

Start your visit by walking over a glass window with incredible views into our magnificent Pacific display. Take a long look at some of the most majestic creatures in the ocean as they swim just inches beneath your feet!

A shark at SEA LIFE London

DID YOU KNOW?

Sand Tiger Sharks can use and lose up to 30,000 teeth in a lifetime!

VIP Experiences

Want to snorkel with our sharks? We have just the right VIP Experiences for you! 

The Shark Walk at SEA LIFE London

Shark Walk

Start your visit by walking over a glass window with incredible views into our magnificent Pacific display. Take a long look at some of the most majestic creatures in the ocean as they swim just inches beneath your feet!

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The Shark Walk at SEA LIFE London

Shark Walk

Start your visit by walking over a glass window with incredible views into our magnificent Pacific display. Take a long look at some of the most majestic creatures in the ocean as they swim just inches beneath your feet!

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A shark at SEA LIFE London

DID YOU KNOW?

Sand Tiger Sharks can use and lose up to 30,000 teeth in a lifetime!

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A shark at SEA LIFE London

DID YOU KNOW?

Sand Tiger Sharks can use and lose up to 30,000 teeth in a lifetime!

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VIP Experiences

Want to snorkel with our sharks? We have just the right VIP Experiences for you! 

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VIP Experiences

Want to snorkel with our sharks? We have just the right VIP Experiences for you! 

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Coral Reef

Are you ready to see a rainbow?
Dive into a dazzling underwater oasis and wave your fins at SEA LIFE Bangkok!
Prepare to see hundreds of clownfish and many more through a spectacle of shimmering colours.
Discover the magic at Coral Kingdom at your visit!

Clown Fish

A vibrant colourful fish that lives with stinging sea anemone. The anemone provides a home for the clownfish, and the clownfish reciprocates by catching bits of food that get caught in the anemone. Brushing up against the anemone's mucus makes the clownfish immune from its sting!

Lion Fish

Looks can be deceiving, the Lion Fish's beautiful fins eject a potent venom that can cause immense pain and is used to capture their prey.

Clown Fish

A vibrant colourful fish that lives with stinging sea anemone. The anemone provides a home for the clownfish, and the clownfish reciprocates by catching bits of food that get caught in the anemone. Brushing up against the anemone's mucus makes the clownfish immune from its sting!

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Clown Fish

A vibrant colourful fish that lives with stinging sea anemone. The anemone provides a home for the clownfish, and the clownfish reciprocates by catching bits of food that get caught in the anemone. Brushing up against the anemone's mucus makes the clownfish immune from its sting!

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Lion Fish

Looks can be deceiving, the Lion Fish's beautiful fins eject a potent venom that can cause immense pain and is used to capture their prey.

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Lion Fish

Looks can be deceiving, the Lion Fish's beautiful fins eject a potent venom that can cause immense pain and is used to capture their prey.

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Behind the Scenes Tour

Go behind-the-scenes and explore the secrets of SEA LIFE Bangkok. You will have an opportunity to check out the "Aquatic Quarantine and Nursery Centre" as well as the water quality monitoring laboratory. 

Behind the Scenes tour

Add on a behind the scenes tour

from ฿350 per adult (at the door only) to your visit and have an expert from our team show you our behind the scenes areas!

Behind the Scenes Tour

Go behind-the-scenes and explore the secrets of SEA LIFE Bangkok. You will have an opportunity to check out the "Aquatic Quarantine and Nursery Centre" as well as the water quality monitoring laboratory. 

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Behind the Scenes Tour

Go behind-the-scenes and explore the secrets of SEA LIFE Bangkok. You will have an opportunity to check out the "Aquatic Quarantine and Nursery Centre" as well as the water quality monitoring laboratory. 

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Behind the Scenes tour

Add on a behind the scenes tour

from ฿350 per adult (at the door only) to your visit and have an expert from our team show you our behind the scenes areas!

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Behind the Scenes tour

Add on a behind the scenes tour

from ฿350 per adult (at the door only) to your visit and have an expert from our team show you our behind the scenes areas!

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Seahorse
Kingdom

Seadragons and Seahorses may sound like mythical creatures
but here you can see just how real they are!
In this kingdom Seahorses grip at seagrass with their curly tails
and suck up tiny shrimp with their straw-like snouts.

Male seahorses, seadragons and pipefish are the only male animals to give birth!

Big Belly Seahorse

One of the biggest seahorse species that got its name from its large stomach. Unlike most seahorse species, this species is a strong swimmer.

Alligator Pipefish

A strange looking fish that camouflages itself with seagrass. A tube-like mouth is designed for sucking-up small shrimps.

Big Belly Seahorse

One of the biggest seahorse species that got its name from its large stomach. Unlike most seahorse species, this species is a strong swimmer.

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Big Belly Seahorse

One of the biggest seahorse species that got its name from its large stomach. Unlike most seahorse species, this species is a strong swimmer.

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Alligator Pipefish

A strange looking fish that camouflages itself with seagrass. A tube-like mouth is designed for sucking-up small shrimps.

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Alligator Pipefish

A strange looking fish that camouflages itself with seagrass. A tube-like mouth is designed for sucking-up small shrimps.

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Tropical Rainforest

Enjoy a break from the underwater world
by walking through a lush rain-forest,
surrounded by the sounds of waterfalls.
Entertain yourself and your kids by trying to spot one of the many frogs
camouflaging themselves right before your eyes.

Arapaima

Arapaima One of the biggest freshwater species with a special breathing organ that helps them survive through dry season. This species feed on fish and small animals.

Short Clawed Otter Smart

Short Clawed Otter Smart, funny and quick on both land and water.They look after their pups until they reach adulthood. Otters mainly feed on fish and aquatic animals

Arapaima

Arapaima One of the biggest freshwater species with a special breathing organ that helps them survive through dry season. This species feed on fish and small animals.

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Arapaima

Arapaima One of the biggest freshwater species with a special breathing organ that helps them survive through dry season. This species feed on fish and small animals.

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Short Clawed Otter Smart

Short Clawed Otter Smart, funny and quick on both land and water.They look after their pups until they reach adulthood. Otters mainly feed on fish and aquatic animals

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Short Clawed Otter Smart

Short Clawed Otter Smart, funny and quick on both land and water.They look after their pups until they reach adulthood. Otters mainly feed on fish and aquatic animals

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Rockpools

Enjoy a new way to experience the joys of sea stars with our Pop Up Tank, Crawl Through Tank, and Secret Cave Tank. Our special rockpools provide you with an even more special way to encounter a sea star.

Rockpools

Enjoy a new way to experience the joys of sea stars with our Pop Up Tank, Crawl Through Tank, and Secret Cave Tank. Our special rockpools provide you with an even more special way to encounter a sea star.

Did you know?

If you cut some part of sea stars' body off, they can grow it back. Moreover the half pieces may grow into two seastars

 

Hermit Crab

We are quite defenseless, we use our shells as a shield against predators

 

Rockpools

Enjoy a new way to experience the joys of sea stars with our Pop Up Tank, Crawl Through Tank, and Secret Cave Tank. Our special rockpools provide you with an even more special way to encounter a sea star.

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Rockpools

Enjoy a new way to experience the joys of sea stars with our Pop Up Tank, Crawl Through Tank, and Secret Cave Tank. Our special rockpools provide you with an even more special way to encounter a sea star.

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Did you know?

If you cut some part of sea stars' body off, they can grow it back. Moreover the half pieces may grow into two seastars

 

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Did you know?

If you cut some part of sea stars' body off, they can grow it back. Moreover the half pieces may grow into two seastars

 

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Hermit Crab

We are quite defenseless, we use our shells as a shield against predators

 

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Hermit Crab

We are quite defenseless, we use our shells as a shield against predators

 

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Rocky Shore

Enter the realm of turtles and witness the beauty of their underwater movements.
Come and see our cute little jackass penguins during a feeding show.
There are multiple showtimes available each day.

Jackass Penguin

We can't fly but are great swimmers, fast enough to catch delicious fish easily. We live in temperate area of South Africa.

Sea Turtle

Adult Green Sea Turtles can be found in subtropical and tropical seas of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Ocean… and right here in our ‘Dive Discovery’ at SEA LIFE Bangkok!

Turtles are reptiles so they have to breathe air and are often seen coming to the surface to fill their lungs. They can hold their breath for many hours at a time if they are not stressed, for example when they go to sleep.

 

Jackass Penguin

We can't fly but are great swimmers, fast enough to catch delicious fish easily. We live in temperate area of South Africa.

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Jackass Penguin

We can't fly but are great swimmers, fast enough to catch delicious fish easily. We live in temperate area of South Africa.

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Sea Turtle

Adult Green Sea Turtles can be found in subtropical and tropical seas of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Ocean… and right here in our ‘Dive Discovery’ at SEA LIFE Bangkok!

Turtles are reptiles so they have to breathe air and are often seen coming to the surface to fill their lungs. They can hold their breath for many hours at a time if they are not stressed, for example when they go to sleep.

 

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Sea Turtle

Adult Green Sea Turtles can be found in subtropical and tropical seas of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Ocean… and right here in our ‘Dive Discovery’ at SEA LIFE Bangkok!

Turtles are reptiles so they have to breathe air and are often seen coming to the surface to fill their lungs. They can hold their breath for many hours at a time if they are not stressed, for example when they go to sleep.

 

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Tropical Ocean

Be dazzled by our "Tropical Ocean" exploration zone. This gigantic 7-metre-high aquarium gives you a panoramic view of astoundingly beautiful coral and fish species. Information boards are set up to provide you with interesting information about their life cycles as well as the importance of marine preservation efforts.

Tropical Ocean

Be dazzled by our "Tropical Ocean" exploration zone. This gigantic 7-metre-high aquarium gives you a panoramic view of astoundingly beautiful coral and fish species. 

 

Did you know?

Did you know that Hump Head Maori Wrasse is the biggest fish in coral reefs with a remarkable bright green 2 metre long body and protruding forehead. Its strong mouth can break through coral to find prawns and crabs.

Black-Spotted Moray Eel

Moray Eels live in small holes and crevices in the reef,emerging only to grab passing fish for food.They rely on their sense of smell to detect approaching prey.

Tropical Ocean

Be dazzled by our "Tropical Ocean" exploration zone. This gigantic 7-metre-high aquarium gives you a panoramic view of astoundingly beautiful coral and fish species. 

 

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Tropical Ocean

Be dazzled by our "Tropical Ocean" exploration zone. This gigantic 7-metre-high aquarium gives you a panoramic view of astoundingly beautiful coral and fish species. 

 

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Did you know?

Did you know that Hump Head Maori Wrasse is the biggest fish in coral reefs with a remarkable bright green 2 metre long body and protruding forehead. Its strong mouth can break through coral to find prawns and crabs.

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Did you know?

Did you know that Hump Head Maori Wrasse is the biggest fish in coral reefs with a remarkable bright green 2 metre long body and protruding forehead. Its strong mouth can break through coral to find prawns and crabs.

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Black-Spotted Moray Eel

Moray Eels live in small holes and crevices in the reef,emerging only to grab passing fish for food.They rely on their sense of smell to detect approaching prey.

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Black-Spotted Moray Eel

Moray Eels live in small holes and crevices in the reef,emerging only to grab passing fish for food.They rely on their sense of smell to detect approaching prey.

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Ocean Tunnel

Make sure you find the time to visit the highlight of SEA LIFE,
our spectacular underwater tunnel.
Immerse yourself in the wonders of the ocean by walking through this magical path
surrounded by a variety of sea life including sharks, eagle rays, and schools of fish.

Eagle Ray

A majestic Eagle Ray swims like a flying bird. This peaceful fish protects itself with a venomous spine at the base of its tail.

Shovel Nose Ray

A cartilage species in the ray family which spends most of its time on the ocean floor, using the bottom part of its mouth to catch crustaceans.

Eagle Ray

A majestic Eagle Ray swims like a flying bird. This peaceful fish protects itself with a venomous spine at the base of its tail.

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Eagle Ray

A majestic Eagle Ray swims like a flying bird. This peaceful fish protects itself with a venomous spine at the base of its tail.

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Shovel Nose Ray

A cartilage species in the ray family which spends most of its time on the ocean floor, using the bottom part of its mouth to catch crustaceans.

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Shovel Nose Ray

A cartilage species in the ray family which spends most of its time on the ocean floor, using the bottom part of its mouth to catch crustaceans.

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Shark Ship Wreck

Take another dive into the deep and submerge yourself in a man-made ship wreck. Watch as various fish species joyously swim around their "Shark Shipwreck", but don't get caught off guard by the shark that is sure to be lurking nearby.

Shark Shipwreck

Take another dive into the deep and submerge yourself in a man-made ship wreck. Watch as various fish species joyously swim around their "Shark Shipwreck", but don't get caught off guard by the shark that is sure to be lurking nearby.

Did you know?

Sand Tiger Shark is a predator which grows more than 30,000 teeth in a lifetime. They conceive many pups at a time, but the strongest will eat its siblings and survive alone.

Tawny Nurse Shark

The largest shark in SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World reaching a massive 4 metres long, spends most of its day sleeping in an underwater cave.

Shark Shipwreck

Take another dive into the deep and submerge yourself in a man-made ship wreck. Watch as various fish species joyously swim around their "Shark Shipwreck", but don't get caught off guard by the shark that is sure to be lurking nearby.

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Shark Shipwreck

Take another dive into the deep and submerge yourself in a man-made ship wreck. Watch as various fish species joyously swim around their "Shark Shipwreck", but don't get caught off guard by the shark that is sure to be lurking nearby.

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Did you know?

Sand Tiger Shark is a predator which grows more than 30,000 teeth in a lifetime. They conceive many pups at a time, but the strongest will eat its siblings and survive alone.

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Did you know?

Sand Tiger Shark is a predator which grows more than 30,000 teeth in a lifetime. They conceive many pups at a time, but the strongest will eat its siblings and survive alone.

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Tawny Nurse Shark

The largest shark in SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World reaching a massive 4 metres long, spends most of its day sleeping in an underwater cave.

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Tawny Nurse Shark

The largest shark in SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World reaching a massive 4 metres long, spends most of its day sleeping in an underwater cave.

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Penguin Ice Playground

Come and check out the ever-so-cute Gentoo Penguins in our "Ice Adventure" zone. Whether these adorable creatures are taking a swim or just waddling around, you will be helpless against falling in love with them. Feel like you are visiting the Antarctic yourself with the surrounding snow and cold breezes!

Attention please!

In the face of COVID-19 outbreak, for the best interest of our visitors, employees and local communities, SEA LIFE Bangkok will be closed temporarily starting from Sunday 22 March until Sunday 12 April 2020 We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. We look forward to welcoming you back as the situation improves.

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