Sea turtles have lived on earth for 100 million years. However, the number of sea turtles has been hugely reduced in the past 500 years due to the man-made threats of overfishing, plastic pollution, and climate change. At the moment, six types of sea turtles out of seven in the world have been listed in IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (IUCN red list). Protecting sea turtles will help seaweed grow healthily to provide nutrition and safe hiding places for many marine organisms as well as storage carbon dioxide in the seabed for 1000 years. The hall is centered around the sustainable development goal, SDGs 14 protecting life under water, promoted by the United Nation and integrates it with the fun of room escape puzzle games. Visitors of parents and children will understand various artificial obstacles that sea turtles encounter from the birth to migration for propagation and reflect the importance of marine conservation during the interactive games. Let’s enter “Sea Turtle’s Secret Home” to make right judgement and choice as human beings to protect marine ecology and life of living beings!