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Singapore Marine Life Park
Dive into the aquatic world and get a chance to interact with dolphins, snorkel with rays and come face to face with some of the ocean’s most fascinating creatures.

Set to be the largest oceanarium in the world, the Marine Life Park is where families come for a whale of a time. Venture into a wading pool for some intimate interaction with reef fishes, or learn about the wonderful but depleting coral reefs. You can also join one of the engaging programmes especially tailored to both entertain and educate visitors.

Research, public education and conservation efforts for marine life are the cornerstones of the Marine Life Park. Resorts World aims to educate and enrich the understanding and protection of the oceans, and the Marine Life Park will serve as a showcase for ocean science education, research and stewardship.

Innovative design, engaging programmes and excellence in animal care and husbandry will create magical moments and lifelong memories. The lushly-landscaped Marine Life Park will comfortably provide a top- quality entertaining and educational outing for visitors, kids and adults alike.
 Marine Life Fund
Marine Life Fund
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Marine Conservation  
Whether you’re a scientist, university researcher or non-governmental organization (NGO) involved in marine-life related research, education and conservation projects, the RWS Marine Life Fund can help you.

And if you’re a student between 10 to 18 years old and would like funding for your school project that advances this cause, we have set aside something for you too.
RWS Coral Conservation In keeping with our blue footprint, in July 2007, Resorts World Sentosa engaged marine biologists from appointed consultancy firm, DHI Water & Environment Singapore, to relocate corals and other marine life around the Sentosa northern coastline affected by reclamation works to the Southern Islands.

After a year in their new homes, we are proud to share that the relocated corals are thriving beautifully.

Shark Fin Policy
As part of RWS' commitment to marine conservation and research, shark fin will not be on the menu at any restaurant in RWS when the resort opens in early 2010. Instead, alternatives to this traditional Asian delicacy will be offered.

We have joined hands with conservationists from WildAid and ACRES to roll out long-term public education programmes. Efforts such as the RWS Marine Life Fund, launched in May 2008, are part of our pledge to making a difference in the conservation of sharks and other marine life.

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