Hi, today is the best day for get more knowledge about fish! Hehe.. Me and Naim bawa my sister daughter Qistina jalan-jalan ke Aquaria KLCC.. She always say fish.. fish.. hehe..
Using public transport is the best way for this knowledge event. Taking Putra LRT and it was awesome for Qistina, because she never ride Putra trains at all.
So, enjoy our journey.. =D
Around 11.30 am kami sampai kat KLCC. Then terus pi Aquaria KLCC, beli tiket.
Tiket fees rm 35 per person (Adult with MyKad), for Qistina is free.. hihi..
Before we enter Aquaria, we must take picture in front of Aquaria. Picture snap by Aquaria staff using their DSLR..
Video from Aqua Theater
Located in KLCC, adjacent to the PETRONAS Twin Towers, Aquaria KLCC is a world-class aquarium that showcases animals and various types of colorful marine life species from Malaysia and around the world.
The aquarium occupies 60,000 square feet in the Concourse level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. A visit to the Aquaria KLCC will take you through a journey of discovery in education as well as eco- tourism, supported by the latest technology with a mesmerizing ambience.
Find screen projectors along the Discovery Zones of the aquarium with fascinating information and facts on the wonderful animals exhibited within Aquaria KLCC. Interactive kiosks are also available for visitors to go on a virtual adventure in exploring other exciting creatures that inhabit the world’s ocean.
View the spectacular ocean reef and its inhabitants through a large acrylic window at the Aquatheater. Witness daily fish feedings as well as death- defying diving sessions with the sharks. The theater is also a prefect venue for private and corporate functions.
Aquaria KLCC is a project initiated, developed and wholly- owned by Aquawalk Sdn Bhd, incorporated in Malaysia in October 2002. We are officially opened for public on 20th August 2005. Aquaria KLCC is designed by the New Zealand- based Marinescape Ltd, an aquarium construction and design specialist, involved in the development and construction of over 20 aquatic exhibition facilities worldwide, including Australia, Russia, Scotland, Thailand and China.