About Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World
Opened in 2005, Siam Underwater World covers an area of 10,000 square meters, the size of two soccer fields, and holds over 4 million liters of water, the equivalent of three Olympic swimming pools, making it the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia.
More than 30,000 marine creatures live in Siam Underwater World, including 400 species of sharks, penguins, seals, blue-ringed octopuses, sawtooth sharks, stingrays, gray sharks, elephant nose sharks, lionfish, leaf-shaped sea dragons and giant spider crabs, among which there are many species of sharks, such as sand tiger sharks, leopard sharks and black sharks. According to the living environment of animals, the underwater world is divided into seven different areas, namely, fantasy ocean, tropical rainforest, rocky coast, magical jellyfish, deep sea reef, and strange world, etc. Each area stages its own excitement and mystery, making visitors marvel at the wonder and expanse of the seabed.
Being in the underwater world, you will be amazed at the rarity and ferocity of the “king of the ocean” sand tiger shark, and you will be caught by the elegant jellyfish and devil fish, and you will laugh at the naive appearance of the penguins, this colorful underwater world allows us to see the most colorful underwater without going to the real one.
How to get there
If you want to go to Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World, the first step is to book tickets!
If you have a discount coupon online, you can make a reservation and purchase tickets here.
Located in the basement of Siam Paragon, directly connected to BTS Siam Station Exit 5.
When you go down the escalator in Siam Paragon, which is closest to Exit 5 of BTS, you will find the food court, and one more down is the aquarium. Please come to this entrance in the food court.
Normal admission fee is a bit expensive.
＜Regular admission fee＞ (for foreigners)
Adult 990 Baht (= approx. 3267 yen)
Child (from 3 years old) 790 Baht (= approx. 2607 yen)
Children (under 3 years old) free