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A visit to the Underwaterworld, Singapore

Hi guys! Headed all the way to Sentosa today with my relatives and siblings! Actually meant to play at the beach but it was too hot so we ended up visiting the Underwaterworld.

Firstly very sincere apologies to all my readers out there! Finally my holidays have arrived and I can finally resume back to blogging for this month! ^.^ Many exciting things coming up soooooon!!!!

If I'm not wrong I did a post about visiting the Underwater World before but it was 3 years ago! So lazy to go back and dig it out! This time with better quality photos okay? :)

So it was a very hot and humid day today at Sentosa! Was perspiring like mad. Was desperately finding an air-corn place to rest in.

Can you see the sweat on my forehead?! Wore a hairband because my fringe was in a mess!
Another shot! Thought it was nice! :)
Bought my admission ticket!
Here we are! Underwater World!! *Excited*

I had limited photos because my camera decided to fail on me the last minute!
Why you stare at me like that? If you are guessing what is this, it's a zebra shark
Development of a sharks!
So many fishes!
One blue shot of the seahorse!
This is a spider crab if I'm not wrong!
Omgosh! Adorable black clown fishes!
Here's a close shot!
Super chio Jellyfishes right?
Can anyone guess what is this?
A person feeding the fishes, okay surrounded with sharks.
STOP EATING REAL SHARKFIN SOUP !!



Dolphin & Sea lion Performance!
There were 2 dolphins both were super adorable!!


Alright! Gonna end this blogpost with 2 photos of myself!
and
Thought this was a nice one! But sadly it's blur!

Really have many things lined up for this month! Alright I NEED TO SLEEP NOW! It's almost 2am now I need to wake up by 9AM later! See you! Sorry for the lack of photos! Hahaha go visit Underwater World yourself to see more!!


Oh yea before you close this blogpost! Listen to this song!
Such an interesting and cute song!!!

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