Experience The Mysterious Underwater World @ Aquaria KLCC

Friday, June 24, 2016
Aquaria KLCC is always a place I want to visit in KL. Such a coincidence, when Danny and I were planning to visit it, we were invited to visit it. It must be the Law of Attraction! 


Undoubtedly, Aquaria KLCC is located at Suria KLCC. It is an oceanarium showcasing over 5000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures over a sprawling 60k square-foot space. FYI, Aquaria KLCC is a World-class aquarium as well.

It was divided into 9 zones. Every zone showcases different species of aquatic animals; evolution zone, the stream, living ocean, deep forest, the coast, etc., for example. 



When first entering the exhibition zone, it is a piranha tank.



Coming next, it’s the gene pool where tourists can touch the animals such as starfish, bamboo shark, sea cucumber. Be nice when touching the animals, they are fragile. 



Then, we were exploring different categories such as electrical zone, reef venom, coral walk, flooded forest.









After that, here we went into my favorite zone - oceanarium! According to our tour guide, the oceanarium of Aquaria KLCC is about 90 meters long, which is the longest oceanarium in Malaysia. We spotted different species of shark and fishes, and also sea turtle here. 





If you would like to watch the feeding session, make sure you have come out from the oceanarium before 12.30pm. The feeding zone is just at your left after coming out from the oceanarium. 



As a tourist spot, Aquaria KLCC has a souvenir store which sells a wide variety of goods such as clothing, toys, keychain, etc. And of course, the price is not cheap.



Other than showcasing the aquatic animals, Aquaria KLCC is also aiming to educate people. They are now having a new zone which is Station Aquarius. Workshops are provided for public to experience and learn about the animals.



Further, Aquaria KLCC is also an event place that you can rent for marriage proposal, birthday party etc. Alternatively, you can also experience to sleep with the shark, dive into the oceanarium (if you have diving license) and more. Package is available, you may check more information on their official website. 


Overall, Aquaria KLCC impressed me. It was a pleasant half-day tour with my dearest. In addition, Aquaria KLCC is also a great place for you to spend you family day; especially if you have kids. Let them explore more and learn something, this is what quality family day means!

Note: To save your time queueing for ticket purchase, feel free to grab your ticket online!



Aquaria KLCC
Address: Kuala Lumpur Convention Center Complex, 
Kuala Lumpur City Center, 50088 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening Hours: 10am to 8pm
Facebook: Aquaria KLCC
16 comments on "Experience The Mysterious Underwater World @ Aquaria KLCC"
  1. love looking at all your pictures here!aquaria is one of my fav place in kl too.my kids love the place as much.

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  2. Beautiful aquarium! Your HD photos are super crystal clear. Nice !

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  3. Wow. I've been living in KL almost 5 years but haven't been here too. Haha. It looks interesting, especially Station Aquarius, aptly named too. Good that they have educational workshops.

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  4. Wow, I didn't realise that there are so many things to see and learn at Aquaria. I am ashamed to say that I have yet to visit!

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  5. went in once. agreed with you that it's a nice place to visit. would love to revisit again if have chance!

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  6. I miss Aquaria! I visit there when I was in secondary school with my school club hehe!

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  7. i definitely want to try sleeping with the sharks!

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  8. Such a beautiful underwater world! I would love to visit..

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  9. wow...make me think back my primary school memory!!!

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  10. Have been there once with my lil' ones and they loved the experience but pretty scared of the sharks (me included).Hahaha

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  11. it has been a few years since i last visited aquaria! that time my 2nd kid not even out yet, when he can appreciate the fish i'm gonna go again and bring them all

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  12. It's been ages since I last went to Aquaria! Love underwater worlds.

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  13. Fish, fish, and fish, it's everywhere!! My niece loves this place so much :)

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  14. I never go in Aquaria KLCC yet. The only aquaria that I have visited was at Singapore. I love underwater animals.

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  15. i always pass by there when i have conference there . but doesn't have chance to visit it.. You can bring me go next time ? haha

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  16. I go to aquaria when I'm in secondary school. How trime flies now huhu

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