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Old May 29th, 2011, 11:22 AM   #161
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11:53 AM Oct 27, 2011

SINGAPORE - Universal Studios Singapore will launch the world's first theme park attraction based on Hasbro's iconic Transformers brand on Dec 3.

Director and executive producer Michael Bay - who also served as the attraction's creative consultant - will be in Singapore to celebrate the world premiere of Transformers The Ride on Dec 2.

"I am very excited about the debut of this attraction at Universal Studios Singapore. Finally, Transformers fans will not only have the chance to watch the Autobots battle the Decepticons on screen; they'll actually be part of the action," said Mr Bay.

The ride will feature 12 scenes, comprising sets blended seamlessly with hyper-realistic 3-D digital media and special effects to bring tactile realism to every moment. Guests will be unable to discern illusion from reality as they get transported onboard advanced motion-based ride vehicles into the Transformers universe said Universal Studios Singapore in a press release.

CEO of Resorts World Sentosa Tan Hee Teck said: "The world debut of Transformers The Ride at Universal Studios Singapore exemplifies how Resorts World Sentosa has continued to build on its leading reputation as the number one destination resort in Asia. We are most thrilled to bring the milestone launch of this franchise here."

Styled into the ride, guests are "enlisted" as NEST recruits and tasked to help the Autobots protect a remaining shard of the Allspark - the energy cube that gives life to the Transformers. As the Decepticons attack the facility to steal the shard, guests will be introduced to a new Autobot, EVAC, created exclusively for the ride.

Guests will then have to climb aboard EVAC for the ride of their lives, zipping through subway tunnels, down city streets and across rooftops, with the Decepticons hot on their heels.

More details will be posted on the attraction's official blog, http://tftheride.rwsentosablog.com in the weeks leading to the launch.
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Old May 24th, 2012, 06:34 PM   #166
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By Monica Kotwani | Posted: 24 May 2012 1633 hrs

SINGAPORE: It will be a trip down memory lane for many Singaporeans when the Sesame Street Theme Park Ride opens at Universal Studios Singapore later this year.

It is the first Sesame Street ride in Southeast Asia and only one of three in the world.

But for those who cannot wait, there is also something else in store these June holidays.

Visitors to Universal Studios Singapore will get to meet eight Sesame Street characters, including Bert, Oscar and Cookie Monster, as they perform three shows daily and get interactive with audiences from Monday.

The theme park ride will open later this year and will be located at the corner of 'New York Street', one of seven themed zones in Universal Studios.

Vice-president of Entertainment at Resorts World Sentosa, Andrea Teo, said: "I think it's a very unique ride. It's got the same Sesame Street kind of humour, it's a bit wacky, it's a bit way-out-there. it'll make you laugh and because it's a ride, it also gives you a bit of a thrill."

Visitors can also have a buffet breakfast experience with the Sesame Street characters later this year.

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News on the opening of Marine Life Park and the official opening of Resorts World Sentosa.

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By Olivia Siong | Posted: 24 September 2012 1120 hrs



The Shipwreck Habitat in S.E.A. Aquarium, part of Resorts World Sentosa's Marine Life Park. (Siti Nur Mas Lina, channelnewsasia.com)

Bird's eye view of Resorts World Sentosa Phase II developments. (Siti Nur Mas Lina, channelnewsasia.com)

Visitors undergoing a briefing before being allowed into the Rainbow Reef at Marine Life Park's S.E.A. Aquarium. (Photo by Olivia Siong)

Visitors are pushed through the Rainbow Reef by strong currents in the man-made tank, allowing them to 'snorkel' through the attraction. (Siti Nur Mas Lina, channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) said it targets to bring in 16 million visitors next year.

The integrated resort also announced that its second anchor attraction - the Marine Life Park - will open days ahead of RWS' official opening on December 7.

The exact date of the park's opening was not given to the media.

The Marine Life Park will be the world's largest oceanarium and will house more than 100,000 marine animals.

These include 25 dolphins, which will be part of the park's interactive programme that starts next year.

The dolphins were the subject of controversy last year, with some animal welfare groups calling for them to be freed.

In response to critics, Mr Biswajit Guha, director of Education and Conservation at the Marine Life Park, said: "The dolphins are doing very well, 25 of them (are) in the Philippines. I don't have any firmed up dates yet to share with you at this stage about when they'll be arriving.

"Essentially, all of the standards meet and in fact exceed the guidelines set by the American Zoos and Aquariums Association, as well as the Alliance for Marine Mammals Parks and Aquariums. In that respect, we're fully confident that the dolphins will receive the best care possible."

Mr Guha added the Marine Life Park is open to continue working with non-government organisations (NGOs) and other agencies that focus on marine education and conservation.

He said they welcome the opportunity to collaborate on such issues.

RWS first opened to the public in 2010 and has attracted some 30 million visitors since then.





Map showing the location of the upcoming Marine Life Park (blue region) at Resorts World Sentosa. (Photo: Resorts World Sentosa)


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Old October 18th, 2012, 04:23 PM   #168
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SINGAPORE: Singapore's Marine Life Park said its acquisition of 25 Indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins caught in the wild, followed international requirements.

A spokesman of Marine Life Park said Saturday that they are in line with the requirements of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which regulates the trade of animals to protect wildlife species from extinction.

The spokesman had said so in response to queries from Channel NewsAsia on a report that a court in the Philippines has moved to stop the 25 dolphins from being re-exported to Singapore.

This followed calls from environmentalists and activists to prevent the transfer of the mammals, which are housed temporarily in Manila before being sent to Marine Life Park.

A report on the website of The Philippine Star said a Quezon City court decided on Friday to stop the Department of Agriculture and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources from issuing a permit to re-export the 25 dolphins in Ocean Adventure Park in Subic.

The report added that the court granted a petition by animal welfare groups and issued a 72-hour "temporary environment protection order" preventing the re-export of the dolphins.

The dolphins were imported from the Solomon Islands in 2008, 2009, and 2011 and brought to Subic for training while Marine Life Park was under construction.

The Philippine report said the court decided to stop the 're-exportation' on the grounds that doing so would cause irreparable damage to the dolphins.

Responding to the report, the spokesman of Marine Life Park said on Saturday that the movement of marine animals, including dolphins, is governed by the United Nations Environment Programme which upholds the policies of CITES.

Marine Life Park's spokesman said the dolphins are currently doing well in the Philippines.

He added that the Marine Life Park has an experienced team of animal experts who collectively represent over 300 years of experience working in more than 60 reputable zoological facilities around the world.

"With a mission to promote marine education, conservation and research, Marine Life Park strives to offer an educational and memorable experience that inspires a generation of stewards for the environment," he said.

Marine Life Park at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) will have the world's largest oceanarium with more than 100,000 marine creatures when it opens ahead of RWS's official opening on December 7.

Animal activists, such as Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES) in Singapore, have been lobbying to get the wild-caught dolphins released back to their natural habitat.

ACRES said on Saturday that they are delighted that the Philippines government is reviewing the re-export of the dolphins, adding that the capture of these dolphins was unsustainable, and that it would be a violation of Philippine law to allow these dolphins to be re-exported to Singapore.

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SINGAPORE - A Philippine court on Wednesday lifted the temporary environment protection order preventing its 25 captive dolphins from being exported to Singapore.

A Quezon City court on Saturday issued a 72-hour temporary environment protection order to block the export of the dolphins, which were headed to the Resorts World Sentosa's (RWS) Marine Life Park, after animal rights groups there filed a civil suit.

A RWS spokesperson said the integrated resort is "pleased that the court has decided to lift the temporary environment protection order".

"Our dolphins are doing well under the care of our team of experienced experts, and we look forward to welcoming them to Singapore," said the spokesperson.

"We regret that the group which initiated this court action had gone on various public platforms with inaccurate statements pertaining to our dolphins, perpetuating the same falsehoods that we had repeatedly made numerous clarifications and corrections to in the past," he added.

The spokesperson reiterated that the resort's acquisition of the 25 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins adhere to regulations governed by the United Nations Environment Programme under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

He added that the Marine Life Park is also set up for, and is preparing for accreditation with international accreditation bodies on its standards of animal husbandry, veterinary care and facility.

In a statement, the Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres) said it "regrets" that the court lifted the temporary environment protection order, "despite the strong evidence presented and a strong ruling previously".

"This fight is far from over, we will file a motion for reconsideration," said Acres.

It added that it will be launching the next phase of its campaign in Singapore shortly to increase the pressure on RWS to "respond positively to public concerns about the plight of the dolphins".

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By Shah Salimat | Going Out – By Day – 23 hours ago


The new Sesame Street ride opens to the public on March 1. (Yahoo! photo)


If you've got fond memories of Sesame Street or are just a big fan of the characters, this one's for you.

Media were given a sneak peek into the new theme park ride at Universal Studios Singapore, Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, on Monday morning.

Guests on-board rocket capsules will be transported to a zany science-fiction plot where characters such as Elmo and Grover have to prevent three new villains from stealing all the spaghetti and noodles on Earth.

The ride, which lasts about seven minutes, takes guests on-board each rocket capsule through the familiar sights of New York City, as the capsule weaves down Sesame Street and guests meet beloved characters such as Oscar the Grouch and Count Dracula.

Try not to blink as you are navigating the course – some 7,500 stars made out of optical fibre will illuminate the cavernous tunnel throughout the ride.


The ride brings you to a new zany universe where Sesame Street characters must prevent villains from stealing all …

Director of park operations Brian Machamer said talks to set up the ride began two years back. Executive design director Kevin Barbee said spaghetti was chosen as a main ride concept as it references to the Italian immigrants of New York City, in which the show originates, but “relates well to the Asian culture” as it is a type of noodle.

The ride opens to the public on March 1 but is currently undergoing final rehearsals.

According to organisers, this means the public will be able to board the ride during selected times as determined by staff, before the official opening.
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圣淘沙名胜世界海洋生物园中的S.E.A.海洋馆,为公众提供了一扇通往奇幻瑰丽的海底世界的大门。馆内分成十个展区,展示从东南亚至非洲大陆的各种海洋生物。开幕之初,馆内进驻的鱼量不到一半,目前已逼近10万只的目标,堪称洋洋大观。本期专题为你找出海洋馆的镇馆之宝,以及鲜为人知的趣味数字。通过文字与图片带你欣赏壮美的海底奇观。

   十大展区体验海洋的奥秘

   继环球影城之后,占地8公顷(约11个足球场)的海洋生物园是圣淘沙名胜世界第二大重量级景点,自去年11月22日开幕以来,园中的S.E.A.海洋馆已吸引超过50万人次参观。   

   号称全球最大海洋馆,S.E.A.海洋馆开启了一扇通往奇幻瑰丽的海底世界的大门。馆内物种千奇百怪,多彩多姿,构成极其壮美的海洋景观,神秘莫测,却又触手可及。   

   馆内分成10个展区,其分布是经由建筑师和策展员特别设计的,整个游馆路线从东南亚开始,一路行至非洲大陆,沿途风光绮丽。   

   S.E.A.海洋馆高级策展员威利斯(Grant Willis)说:“各个展区有不同的栖息地,该把什么鱼类和生物放在不同的栖息地须有很周详的计划。我们必须考虑鱼群的兼容性,以及它们与其他物种之间的交互作用,如此我们才能建立一个丰富多样的生态系统,确保海洋生物能健康地在馆里生活。”   

   海洋馆入口处是第一展区“沉船遗址”,乃馆内三大栖息地之一,聚居了卡里马塔海峡和爪哇海一带的海洋生物,如尖翅燕鱼、丝鲹、无齿鲹及鲳鲹。   

   探索之旅从这里启航,随后进入马六甲海峡和安达曼海,可欣赏到桂鱼、海马等物种的泳姿。接着来到孟加拉湾和拉克代夫海,从海水的潮起潮落,了解红树林生态系统的多元性。   

   第四展区是一段大洋旅程,其神秘感引发访客的诸多联想。之后的“深海奥秘”则是海洋馆的核心所在。站在全球最大的水族观景窗面前,欣赏鬼蝠魟仿佛水中芭蕾的曼妙泳姿,听着S.E.A.海洋馆馆长索登(Craig Sowden)特别选配的背景音乐——法国作曲家圣桑的管弦乐组曲《动物狂欢节》之《水族馆》,感觉特别有治愈身心灵的作用。   

   紧接着的阿拉伯海湾充满温煦的阳光,滋养了色彩无比绚丽的珊瑚礁。下一站是红海,再经由东非绕道南中国海。这里以生物多样性闻名,是神秘的海鳗、竺鲷和蓑鲉的栖息地。   

   最后来到“鲨鱼海域”,栖息在这里的,有海洋馆的珍稀物种:锈色护士鲨和路氏双髻鲨。   

   旅程的结束,是另一旅程的开始,它提醒着我们,海底世界,物种万千,要为子孙留住这丰厚的海洋物产,人类必须负起保护自然的道德责任,通过合理的开发和有节制的利用自然,保护地球生态的平衡和永续。



潜水员每天要在水里呆上5小时以清洗海洋生物的栖息地。他们不用清洁剂或化学物质,而用一种特别柔软的亚克力布,以防刮花水族箱。(叶振忠 摄)


   从数字认识S.E.A.海洋馆

   4500万公升:储水量超过4500万公升(新加坡的人均用水量为每日152公升,4500万公升的水约等于30万新加坡人的每日用水量),以水量计,是世界最大海洋馆。

   800种:海洋馆现有800种不同海洋生物,数量达7万只,目标数量为10万只。

   49个栖息地:馆内共建有49个栖息地(habitat),三个最大的栖息地分别为“深海奥秘”、“沉船遗址”和“鲨鱼海域”。

   2万5000只:“深海奥秘”是海洋馆最引人瞩目的栖息地,56米长、30米宽,12米深,储水量1800万公升,里头的海洋生物目前有2万5000只(目标为5万只),并建有一个长36米、高8.3米、厚70公分的全球最大水族观景窗。该观景窗以亚克力(丙烯酸)制造,重25万公斤,相等于3辆双层巴士叠成两排的长度和高度,能够让访客无遮挡地欣赏到双髻鲨、鬼蝠魟、雪花鸭嘴燕魟、伊氏石斑鱼、圆犁头鳐等深海海洋生物。

   7500只:“沉船遗址”水深8米,储水量400万公升,亚力克观景窗长15米、高5.4米,内有7500只包括尖翅燕鱼、丝鲹、无齿鲹、鲳鲹等海洋生物。

   10个品种:“鲨鱼海域”现有100只10个不同品种的鲨鱼,如长尾光鳞鲨、乌翅真鲨、竹鲨、黑尾真鲨等。鲨鱼数量将来会增加到200只。

   10到11摄氏度:馆内生物大部分来自热带海洋,水温必须控制在25到28摄氏度。水温最低的,是北太平洋巨型章鱼的栖息地,只有10到11摄氏度。

   40名:海洋馆雇有逾40名水族管理员和策展员,40名生命支援系统成员和40名潜水员负责照顾馆内海洋生物。他们来自新加坡、马来西亚、澳大利亚和西班牙。

   230公斤:海洋馆的生物每天要吃掉230公斤或新鲜或冷冻的海鲜,如花蟹、墨鱼、金枪鱼、银鱼、磷虾、糠虾、淡菜、蚶等。单是在“深海奥秘”栖息地,每天的食物消耗量就有120公斤。为补充海洋生物的营养,它们的食物中也加入维生素。

   350次:为确保海洋生物的健康,其栖息地的水质很重要。海洋馆每星期会进行逾350次的水质检测,除了检测水温,以及水的盐分和氧气含量,也检测水的PH值。

   海洋馆镇馆之宝

   S.E.A.海洋馆内有多种海洋生物因其独特性和稀有性而被列为必看珍奇。

   1北太平洋巨型章鱼(Giant Pacific Octopus ):馆内“新住户”——北太平洋巨型章鱼被称为这个星球上最大的章鱼,它目前重8公斤,可长至16公斤,长4.3米。别看它软趴趴的,章鱼被誉为最聪明的无脊椎生物。研究显示,它们拥有非常发达的神经系统,能够进行短期和长期的记忆,并具有令人难以置信的观察学习和解决问题的能力。它们善于模仿和伪装,也是脱逃高手,并对周围环境变化十分敏感,反应迅速,动作灵活。

   2鞍带石斑(Queensland Grouper):馆内最大的鱼,重达120到130公斤,身长超过2米,中文俗名龙疐或紫石斑鱼,是石斑鱼类中体型最大者,故也被称为“斑王”。鞍带石斑鱼被认为是澳大利亚昆士兰最具代表性的海洋生物之一。

   3驼背鲈(Humpback Grouper ):鱼体侧扁,背部高耸隆起,头小,口大,体色为白色,散布黑色圆点,尾鳍圆形。驼背鲈俗称老鼠斑,是具有高经济价值的食用鱼,市场需求量很大,价格昂贵,成长速度慢,存活率不高,因栖息地的逐渐消失,被世界自然保护联盟列为濒危物种。



海鳗(Moray Eel)


   4海鳗(Moray Eel):在海洋馆里,蓄养海鳗的水族箱前方,总吸引许多人驻足。长相堪称奇异的海鳗体色鲜艳,口大、齿坚、皮厚、无鳞,鳃孔小而圆,身体像蛇般光滑浑圆,侧扁的尾部则孔武有力。它生活于浅水,栖于岩礁间并隐在缝穴内。

   5鬼蝠魟(Giant Manta Ray ):魟鱼长相非常奇特,随着物种的不同而有圆形、椭圆形或菱形的外观差异,体色也有不同的变化,已知全球有超过50个品种存在。鬼蝠魟是所有魟鱼中体形最大的,身长可达6到8米。S.E.A.海洋馆内的鬼蝠魟目前身长3米。虽然体形惊人,但鬼蝠魟其实是性情温顺的滤食性鱼类。(圣淘沙名胜世界图片)

   6锈色护士鲨(Tawny Nurse Shark):铰口鲨,俗称护士鲨,是鲨鱼类中较温顺的一种,因头部形状类似旧时的护士帽而得名。它很大程度上是一种夜间生物,白天通常躺在沙质海底或躲进洞里休息,夜间才出来捕食。一般体长3米,体重可至100公斤左右。

   7路氏双髻鲨(Scalloped Hammerhead Shark ):路氏双髻鲨的头部形状奇特,左右两边凸起,凸起处各有一个相距1米的眼睛和鼻孔。研究证实,它的眼睛的分布对观察周围情况非常有利,通过来回摇摆脑袋,可以看到周围360度范围内发生的情况。
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Not really something important, it's just a introduction to the Marine Life Park and the attractions within it. I think it'll be easier to get hold of an English version of the brochure.
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