Occupying 60,000 sq ft, Aquaria KLCC showcases a variety of marine life from various parts of the world.
Aquaria KLCC is not only displaying marine species but also exhibit land animals for educational awareness. At the vicinity of well known shopping complex - Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), there is a spot within the shopping complex where visitors can have a look on sea creatures.
Occupying 60,000 sq ft, Aquaria KLCC showcases a variety of marine life from various parts of the world. You may surprised that Piranha, notorious for hunting human?s blood which originally found in South American rivers can be spotted here; same with Arapaima from the same rivers, it is surely be interesting to see one of the largest fish species swimming across the big aquarium.
Fear not that the educational journey will bore you as if you are in museum or archive, as the approach is more to story-telling rather than serious business. If you are a serious person and looking forward for conservation work, a few more months, the authority will launch the Rimbaria. Rimbaria will provide the preview of one of Malaysia?s oldest rainforest- The Belum-Temengor, Endau Rompin National Parks with its conversational value to over 30 species of fauna and a few of endangered species in world. The most awaiting spot will also cater a trail to uncover caves mystery-its formation and structures.
A whole journey walk can be soothed by in-house fish spa treatment at Aquazone Fish Therapy Centre. Children will love it for the thrilling ticklish feeling as the Garra Rufa fish is sucking away the dead skin with their lips. Women will definitely rejoice as their feet look younger and smoother!
Opening hours: 10.30am ? 8.00pm (Weekdays). Last admission is at 7.00pm
Admission fee: Malaysian: RM38 (Adult) RM28 (Child / Senior Citizen)
Non-Malaysian: RM50 (Adult) RM40 (Child) RM30 (Senior Citizen)