After Sunway Lagoon Theme Park and Kuala Lumpur’s other Attractions, Aquaria KLCC is also the biggest tourist attractions. Aquaria KLCC is the largest aquarium in the world, it’s covered more than 60,000 sq ft Land. The Aquarium is the home to more than 150 marine species. Such as bright coral fish, blue rays, tiger sharks, lethal sea snakes, seahorses and etc.
The Aquaria KLCC is situated in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre inside Kuala Lumpur City Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Some people ask it off as a tourist trap, but they’re sorely some missing out. Beyond the big tanks, with gallons of water, filled with necklaces of kelp, coral and strange and sometimes scary sea animals. It’s one of the country’s major touring destinations with real depth and complexity.
Featuring is two levels with a 90-metre underwater tunnel and over 5,000 land and aquatic animals from Malaysia and around the world. It has also included a themed shopping area of about 5,000 square feet.
The tunnel is 90 m long, After walking inside the tunnel visitor can reach in the center of the aquarium. In this walking, tour visitor can see the sand tiger sharks, huge stingrays and etc. The visitor can take a small break from looking at Nemo and his crew. As you head to The Stream which plays the game to the giant water rat and the adorable Asian small-clawed otter. Meanwhile, the Jewels of the Jungle area is home to a range of reptiles, amphibians, and insects. Such as the green snake, coatimundi, tarantula and many others. Also, the visitors can be seen the exhibit display the life cycle of butterflies.
Weird and Wonderful
In 2nd Section, visitors sees you journeying via the Amazon Flooded Forest. Where the large arapaima, red tail catfish and many others dwell. Next, head up to The Coast to see archer fish, horseshoe crabs and more. Later, develop an in-depth admiration for strong sea population such as the octopus and massive blotched fantail ray at the Oceanarium. Finally, the Strange & Amazing area is house to chambered Nauticus, sea jam and more, while the Reefs Finding Area has the important range of barrier, seahorses and more.
Diving with Sharks
The best parts of Aquaria KLCC might visitor can diving with Sharks. Even though visitors have to fill a liability form in order to diving in the tanks, it’s a secure atmosphere as the sharks have been in Aquaria KLCC for more than five decades and are trained. Those who don’t have skills can join the Cage Rage program. Where visitors take the plunge into the tank within the confines of a submerged cage.
While this stylish marine world may seem a kid-centric attraction, it offers the enjoyment well to all ages. There are a lot of factors to ‘dive in’ and those who do will not regret it. After all, how many people can say they researched oceans in just a few hours?
Getting To Aquaria KLCC
From The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre: Aquaria KLCC is placed on the Concourse Level and can be reached by walking downwards from the main entrance situated along Jalan Pinang.
From The Suria KLCC Shopping Centre: Visitors who come from the shopping center may take the way through the underpass tunnel linking from the lower-ground level of Suria KLCC (next to Maybank) to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. It is a 5-minute walk through the tunnel to Aquaria KLCC.
From The KLCC Park: For those who like a more scenic route, a brisk walk via the KLCC Park will lead to the West Entrance of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. It is just a small distance to the entrance of Aquaria KLCC.
Public Transportation To Aquaria KLCC
RapidKL: Aquaria KLCC is a short walk from the Suria KLCC, RapidKL Kelana Jaya Line station. From the station, just enter Suria KLCC and make your way through the underpass tunnel connecting from the lower-ground level of Suria KLCC (next Maybank) to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. It’s a 5-minute walk through the tunnel to Aquaria KLCC.
Bus: For those of you traveling via public buses, the easiest way to visit us is by getting to the Suria KLCC Bus Stop. After that, just make your way to the underpass tunnel beside Maybank.
For passengers of the KL Hop On-Hop Off Bus Service, you may get off at the KLCC Garden Park stop.
Parking at AquariaKLCC : Parking is available at the next to outdoor car park and multi-level covered basement car park of the KLCC. For your comfort, we suggest that you park at Suria KLCC as there is generally more parking space there.
Aquaria KLCC Opening Hours: 11:00 – 20:00
Aquaria KLCC Admission Fees
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*Entrance is free for children below 3 years old
*Child: 3 – 12 years old
**Senior Citizen: 60 years old and above
Aquaria KLCC Address and Contact No:
Address: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Complex, Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Phone No: +603 2333 1888 or +603 2333 1975
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