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Visit our spectacular underwater tunnel at SEA LIFE Bangkok!

Don't miss out on the highlight of SEA LIFE - our breathtaking underwater tunnel experience. Immerse yourself in ocean wonders as you journey through this enchanting pathway surrounded by a diverse array of sea life, including majestic sharks, graceful eagle rays, and vibrant schools of fish.

Their graceful movements within the tunnel create a surreal spectacle, akin to a captivating Broadway performance. Moreover, a stunning representation of an iconic figure from a renowned Thai myth will undoubtedly capture your attention, just as it has captivated numerous visitors in the past.

Discover the magic of our tunnel aquarium and indulge in an unparalleled underwater adventure at SEA LIFE Bangkok!

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Fun facts - A glimpse into the fascinating world of sharks:

- Even though sand tiger sharks look scary with their sharp teeth that protrude from their mouth, sand tiger sharks are considered docile towards human.
- Sand tiger sharks are relatively slow swimmers compared to other sharks.
- Sand tiger sharks’ existence is threatened by fishing practices and habitat loss, hence it’s deemed vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
- Nurse sharks feed using their vacuum-like mouth that sucks in prey like fish, crustaceans, and even molluscs from their hiding spots.
- The whisker-like structure in nurse sharks’ mouths help them locate prey by detecting electrical signals.


Close-up view of a striking Sand Tiger Shark swimming gracefully in the ocean depths.

Sand Tiger Shark

Sand Tiger Sharks look ferocious with a mouth full of pointy teeth, but our divers regularly jump in with them because they aren't dangerous to humans.

  • SEA LIFE Bangkok, Sharkshipwreck Zone
Nurse sharks gracefully resting at the tranquil sea bed, showcasing their unique beauty and serene presence.

Nurse Shark

To spot a Nurse Shark, look for the shark with the funny moustache! These dangley bits on their top lip are actually useful things called barbels.

  • SEA LIFE Bangkok, Sharkshipwreck Zone
Graceful black-tip reef shark gliding through the crystal-clear waters, a captivating sight of underwater elegance.

Black Tip Reef Sharks

Found on the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Blacktip Reef Sharks prefer shallow, inshore waters.

  • SEA LIFE Bangkok, Sharkshipwreck Zone