Discover the fascinating nature of ocean life, and immerse in an exciting aquatic experience. Aquaria KLCC offers an extraordinary adventure where you can explore marine life by strolling through the 90-meter aquarium tunnel with hundreds of fishes surrounding you – stingrays, sharks, and other creatures will swim right over your head!
Take your little ones along and introduce them to underwater life at the DNA Touch Pool where you can touch corals, starfishes and more. You can also join the Cage Rage program to plunge into a tank and get up close with the famous Sand Tiger Sharks! Make way through 5,000 exhibits and learn about marine creatures and their habitats, from Malaysia and beyond. Leaving Aquaria KLCC, visitors of all age will find a whole new appreciation towards life under the sea. This is definitely the place to be to reveal ocean life without getting wet!
Get an out-of-this world underwater experience in the heart of the city! Discover the wonders of the oceans in the best aquarium in Kuala Lumpur – Aquaria KLCC. Home to over 150 species of marine animals, it is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia with a vast exhibit of 5,000 aquatic and land-roaming creatures from all over the world, including magnificent sting rays, awe-striking tiger sharks, meat-devouring piranhas and fresh-water otters.
One of the star attractions of this state-of-the-art aquarium is its 90-meter-long clear-glass tunnel, where visitors experience the magical sensation of majestic marine animals glide right over their heads. Featuring an authentic-looking shipwreck, the tunnel is definitely an insta-worthy walkway where you can snap away to your heart’s content. You can get a close encounter with marine life at the DNA Touch Pool, where children are welcome to touch fishes, corals and more. Want to get even closer? Join the Cage Rage program, where you can get up close and personal with Sand Tiger Sharks; you’re sure to satisfy your need for adrenaline!
Witness the great circle of life with Aquaria KLCC’s daily feeding exhibitions, where you get to observe the professional aquarists hand-feed the animals and learn about the habits of each species. There are currently three feeding schedules available. Look out for gigantic Arapaimas in the Flooded Forest at 2.30pm every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, followed by the ever-anticipated shark feeding sessions in the Aquatheatre at 3pm. Visit the Deep Sea at 11.30am on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays to witness Japanese Spider Crabs feeding sessions.
Open from 10am to 8pm daily, tickets prices for Aquaria KLCC are reasonable, making it the perfect place for educational family outings and dates. Normal ticket prices start from RM69 for adults, RM59 for children aged 3 to 12 years-old, RM49 for senior citizens and RM16 for disabled visitors. Malaysian visitors can also get up to RM20 discounts on ticket prices just by flashing their MyKads. Not only so, ticket prices are the same all-year-round! Be sure to allocate more time to purchase your ticket, as the queue may get long especially during peak periods, such as weekends and public holidays.
Located at concourse level of Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, this state-of-the-art aquarium is just a stone’s throw away from the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. You can easily access Aquaria KLCC via public transport or by private cars. Get there by LRT (stop at KLCC station), Go KL free city shuttle bus, or by private cars.
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Open from 10am to 8pm daily, tickets prices for Aquaria KLCC are reasonable, making it the perfect place for educational family outings and dates. Normal ticket prices start from RM69 for adults, RM59 for children aged 3 to 12 years-old, RM49 for senior citizens and RM16 for disabled visitors.
The visit hours depends on how you take the tour inside aquariaKLCC. Normally, visitors will spend around 1 hour 45 minutes or 2 hours if they wish to see all the feeding sessions.
Daily Feeding Schedule: 10:45 am, 11:15 am, 12:00 pm, 12:30 pm, 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:00 pm , 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 5:45pm, 6:30pm.