I’m not about to blog about fish recipes right now. I’m going to let this picture speak a thousand words, or maybe I should say a thousand worlds?
Underwater aquarium tunnels have been springing up all over the world and are made possible from the huge advancements in curved acrylic panel technology. These advancements have offered the public unique opportunities to experience marine life in underwater habitats and scenes authentically recreated with man made corals, and even sunken ships.
Observing our Feeding Habits
In 2005, the Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa created a restaurant using a unique application of acrylic technology. It opened the famous Ithaa, undersea restaurant on Rangali Island in the Indian Ocean, 16 ft. under. The tiny restaurant seats 12 people and restaurant guests enter using a spiral staircase on the deck above. This unique dining experience offers guests the opportunity to be fully immersed in an underwater view of the ocean and fully inspired by its sharks, manta rays and colourful sea life.
” Here the tables are turned.While restaurant guests wine and dine, exotic fish observe their feeding habits through curved, transparent acrylic walls as they swim freely within their own habitat among surrounding coral reefs.”