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Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World

One tourist spot that offers both entertainment and enlightenment is the Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World. Patronised by schools aiming to inform their students of aquatic life, in its busy days, tourists and inquisitive students crowd the water displays of the largest aquarium in South East Asia.

Approximately 10,000 square metres with a whopping 5,000,000 litres of water housed in it, the Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World houses around 400 species and almost 30,000 fish, all of which can be observed from the safety of its glass tunnels. The most popular residents of the spectacular water display are Giant Spider Crabs, Giant Pacific Octopuses, Stingray Sharks, and African Penguins. If watching is boring you, worry not because you can feed and interact with water rats, otters, and the aforementioned penguins. You can even dive in and feed the sharks if you’re feeling adventurous. Lastly, you can indulge to some good pedicure delivered by the resident fishes. What are you waiting for? Don’t forget to write Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World at your itinerary.



991 Rama I Road, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand.


Opening Days and Hours

Opens from 10:00 to 21:00 daily with last entry accepted at 20:00.


Entry Fee and Bookings

Entrance fee for tourists starts at USD 30 for adults and about USD 22 for children ages 3 to 11 years old, while kids aged 0 to 2 have free entrance. When availing of other amenities, you will be charged additionally.  Locals and expats pay around half of these prices.


How to Get There

  • Go to the Bangkok Skytrain system with a destination point at Siam Station.
  • Walk to the shopping mall and follow the exit signs from the Skytrain to the Siam Paragon Shopping Centre.
  • Take the escalator down to the B1 floor next to the food court and find SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World.


Suggested For

  • Solo travelers or backpackers
  • Couples
  • Families
  • Groups


Time to Spend

Time allotted for your visit will be specified in your tickets. But one or two hours is more than enough to enjoy the museum. If you will be visiting with your kids, half a day will definitely be worth it.


Popularity and Best Time to Go

This tourist spot is extremely popular regardless of the season since locals patronise this place as well. The best time to go will be upon its opening at 10:00.



SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World is actually located in a shopping centre, so there’s a lot of food chains and restaurants around. Local restaurants that you can try nearby include MK Restaurant, S & P at Siam Paragon, and Chilli Thai. International food chains around the shopping centre are McDonald’s, KFC, and Starbucks.



Nearby Attractions

  • Madame Tussauds Museum Bangkok
  • MBK Centre
  • Queen Savang Vadhana Museum



Located in the shopping district of Bangkok, a lot of establishments offer accommodations ranging from affordable to luxurious. Your accommodation options include the Reno Hotel at USD 40 to USD 45 per night, the Arnoma Grand Bangkok Hotel at USD 90 to USD 110 per night,  and the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok at USD 230 to USD 285 per night.

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