Singapore has plans to open the world's largest oceanarium which is set to open at Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore on December 7, according to CNN Go.

CNN Go reported, "Officials say Marine Life Park will have more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species in more than 60 million liters of water."

Marine Life Park is part of a $7 billion resort that opened in 2010 , joining Universal Studios, a casino, the Maritime Experiential Museum and several luxury hotels and restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs," said CNN Go.

The different spcies would include hammerhead sharks, indo-pacific bottle nose dolphins and manta rays, CNN Go reports.

"We hold the belief that zoological organizations have a role to play in wildlife conservation and that to avert species crises, controlled wildlife collections can occur for quality zoological facilities to increase our understanding of the species and for breeding purposes," the resort said to CNN Go in response to criticism of having the rare bottle nose dolphins at the oceanarium.

At the park there will be an Advenure Cove Waterpark and the Southeast Asia Aquarium.

"Marvel at more than 800 species of marine animals from magnificent sharks to rarely sighted fish through our planet's largest window to the ocean. Then, plunge into wet and wild fun at Adventure Cove WaterparkTM, a tropical paradise with an escapade for everyone. Zip down adrenaline-packed waterslides; take an epic journey along Adventure River, snorkel with 20,000 colourful reef fish and feel the magic of wading and interacting with dozens of rays," says the parks website.

Adventure Cove Waterpark will be home to a hydromagnetic coaster which is the first in Asia, the Riptide Rocket. At Rainbow Reef people can snorkel with fish and at the S.E.A Aquarium visitors can see the wordl's largest auarium.