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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Trip to Aquaria KLCC on CNY

My trip to Aquaria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur on 19 February 2007

This is my favorite.

I'm so lucky to snap this Tiger Shark.

Nemo's friend.

Aquaria KLCC This “ ocean of discovery ” is unveiled at the Aquaria KLCC right in the heart of the city. It is the first commercial aquarium in the Federal capital and a wonderful place to spend the school holidays with the family.

It's a RM60 million aquarium featuring some 5,000 aquatic and marine animal exhibits of over 150 different species from Malaysia and around the world – some caught, some sourced and some given. Boasting of an area spanning two levels and covering over 5,500 sq m, making it the largest in the world, the Aquaria has 19 tanks with various environments to keep and display fishes from various parts of the world.

Themed around two of the world ’ s major rainforests – Malaysia and the Amazon – Aquaria KLCC exhibits terrestrial, fresh water and marine creatures and it is also the first in Southeast Asia to exhibit the rare Sand Tiger Sharks from South Africa.

According to Aquaria KLCC public relations officer Amanda Chong, they have only been in business for two months and the response has been overwhelming. There will be at least 1,000 visitors per day and up to 5,000 visitors during public holidays.

The aquarium is also home to monkey-eating catfish from Endau Rompin, sharks from Singapore and the endangered fresh water tortoise called “ Chitra-chitra ” which were saved from the cooking pot.

A lot of visitors come here to learn more about the marine life and see what we have to offer, the feeding times are extremely popular with the crowd. Sometimes, there are divers get into the tanks to feed the fishes and marine life, and visitors crowding around the tanks during that times.

Chong says the aquarium also features interactive information and discovery kiosks, which are thematically linked to the aquarium.

Fully loaded with information on the existing exhibits at the aquarium, the information kiosks even provide real “ live ” video footage of some of the most fascinating exhibits.

- Open from 10am till 10pm with the last admission at 9pm
- Admission fee to the aquarium is RM38 for adults and RM26 for children aged three to 12.
- For MyKad holders, the admission fee is RM28 and RM22 for adults and children respectively. - Entrance for those aged two and below is free.

Details can be obtained by calling

Tel : 03-23331888
Fax : 03-23800069

Aquaria’s main entrance is at Jalan Pinang opposite UOA Building. The west entrance is through the underpass tunnel connecting from the concourse level of Suria KLCC (next to Tower Records) to the KL Convention Centre. There is also another west entrance via the KLCC Park leading to the KL Convention. Centre.

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Wendy said...

hey here i am!
yeah nice sharks!
i just thought that i would come here right away to see those pictures!
good job
take care my friend

Anonymous said...

someday i must go to kuala lumpur..if im going there i will tell u

meiling said...

Izali... RM38 is quite expensive isn't it? The fishes are nice ... especially the huge & exotic ones, but I still cannot bear to part with RM38 for a visit there. Hehehehe

Anonymous said...

wht camera u used?? all nice pic.. u snap up.

Anonymous said...

me using kodak digital camera

zero voltage said...

I wish we had an aquarium here. That looks really awesome! :D

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