Monday, March 10, 2008

Siam Ocean World

Explore the "Mystery Under The Sea". The Siam Ocean World in Bangkok is Southest Asia's largest aquarium which boast of 400 extra-ordinary species of sea animals that include the ragged-tooth shark, magnificent rays, graceful sea jellies, penguins and many other rare animals.

One could immerse himself into the gorgeous scenery under the sea through the glass bottom boat and can even participate in shark-feeding with the help of an experienced professional scuba instructors.

Here are some of the pics I have taken in Bangkok's World Class Aquarium:

A hanging predator is prominantly displayed in the park's museum.


The Deep Reef Zone displays some of the most beautiful and fascinating reef dwellers in the world.


In the Weird and Wonderful Zone, visitors are surrounded by rare and amazing aquatic animals - some even bizarre.


I think I have found NEMO.


The Open Ocean Zone shows the fragile relationship between predators and preys in the open ocean. Large predatory sharks, rays and giant groupies live alongside school of fish in the largest oceanarium in Asia.


Shark-feeding time brings the crowd of all races.

After touring the aquarium for almost two hours, visitors are then treated to a 4G interactive movie about the awesome creatures of the sea. The movie is not for the faint-hearted thou.

The trip definitely put a BIG SMILE on LAWSTUDE's face. SEE!!!

28 comments:

  1. With two sirens like that even I would have a big huge smile ...
    Nice place.

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  2. Norman, "pareo" is a bit of cloth that woman use as skirt when going to beach. Maybe like long skirt.

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  3. Congrats on finding Nemo! great group of shots!
    Wiley Willows Photoblog

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  4. Nice smile. I did not visit Siam Ocean World, I was too busy shopping in the many malls of Bangkok....lol. Have a nice day.

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  5. I thought the biggest was now in Manila... ?
    In any case this looks an awesome place... no wonder you had a big smile on your face... it also seems you were in charming company! ;-)

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  6. Didn't hear of Siam Ocean World when I was there. Lucky you! And luckier you with those two beauties between your big smile LOL.

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  7. @ the dong - those eels r pretty lurkers. tnx 4 passing by.

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  8. @ quintarantino - tnx 4 d info.these sirens are surely pretty.

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  9. @ alicesg - siam oceam world is in d basement of one of bangkok's high end malls so visitors could shop after going there.

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  10. @ sidney - ive heard of the new place from ferdz and oggie's blogs, hope to go there one of these days.

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  11. @ bertn - thats why im all smiles. thanx for visiting.

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  12. nice blog..para narin akong nakapasyal sa napakaraming lugar!!!

    patambay bro... :D

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  13. Didn't had the chance to visit Siam Ocean World when I was in Bangkok although I was there in that mall devouring a pint of Swensen's ice cream. In the first place I don't know Bangkok has that kind of attraction. I just saw an outdoor ad of it after going back to my hotel.

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  14. WOW! ill be adding SIAM OCEAN WORLD to my "places to visit" list.

    hie! :)

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  15. I could see the reason why you would have a big huge smile... :) Lucky chap
    Great capture! Nice place.

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  16. @ kurisojae - welcome bro. do drop by anytime.

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  17. @ kegler - i never had an ice cream there, that would be much appreciated 'coz everything in bangkok is spicy.

    i know ur be back again there, so u cud check it out.

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  18. @ ginabeloved - its really worth the trip. an amazing place within a mall.

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  19. @ alexander - really lucky LOL, not only with the sirens but with the entire place as well.

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  20. Always loved underwater worlds!

    (:

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  21. so mas malaki pa siam ocean world sa manila ocean park? sbi nila mas malaki daw manila? hi lawstud my first time here.

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  22. It is beautiful. Places like that are good things specially for the kids. They could learn from the ocean without getting wet. Thank you for sharing these.

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  23. pretty pics man :)

    woo.. Thai girls around you. Lucky guy hehe :)

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  24. Nice post. Can't wait to come backto Bangkok and visit the oceanarium. I want to compare it with our very own Manila Ocean Park.

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  25. Nakita mo ba yung higanteng tuna na nagmula sa Pilipinas? Nakabalandra malapit sa bilihan ng souvenirs?

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