Where have you come from? Where will you go? We all are travelers in our own way. Crawling, walking, running in whatever way we can, we are moving ahead in our predestined path of life. What if for once we could effortlessly float through it? I know chances are rare but still. However, there is one such place that leaves you with such tender feelings of happily drifting and it is none other than S.E.A. Aquarium of Sentosa Island, Singapore.
Enveloped in the ethereal blue light the wonders of the aqueous depth of this place offers you the chance to perceive an entirely different world. Oceans can be said to be the best secret keepers. And man is yet to dive deeper into her heart and discover her true beauty. At S.E.A. Aquarium a tiny glimpse of that secret world is presented to you. It will definitely leave you in a child-like curious state.
Along the enlightening trail, you will meet fascinating tropical marine animals. Swirling in the endless azure world they are of different kinds, sizes, shapes and colors dreamily passing by you. Sometimes in the blink of an eye and sometimes with comfortable ease, they leave behind a track of their own lightening and colorful self. Here time slows down only to match the leisurely whirls of these creatures who reign this place. The S.E.A. Aquarium is said to be the home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species, across 45 different habitats.
So whenever you are here, take your time, sit and watch uninterruptedly at the manmade wonderment. Surely, it will not disappoint you. As you get lost in the rippling realm a heavenly tranquility will settle down right in the middle of your heart. You will feel its pulsating glow radiating from inside. With everything in front of you fleeting in a relaxed mesmerizing blur you might be able to see a reflection of your own life or maybe it will be an illusion, staring right back at you from the cerulean depth. You will understand that maybe you don’t have to crawl, walk or run at all and only float in the ocean of life without getting lost.