This Sunday, my hubby woke up early and said: “let’s go KLCC Aquarium!”. Everyone agreed. Malcolm is the most excited one to see the real sharks as he has been seeing the sea animals from Finding Memo movie.
It took us about 2 hours to get ready (bath & breakfast) for the trip. Malcolm was singing along the journey. We reached there about 12pm.
As soon as we reached there, we queued for about 20 minutes at the entrance just to get our tickets. Surprising there was quite a number of visitors. While I was queuing, my husband and Malcolm were waiting at the waiting hall. They saw the piranhas.
Before we went inside the Aquarium area, there are few attractions spots for different type of habitats. Each location is having a name. Each being named differently.
First, we visited the “DNA Touch Pool”. There are few small fishponds and someone was seeing introducing the fishes to the visitors. The visitors are allowed to touch the fishes as well. There are bamboo shark and Star fish
Then, we went into the reptiles’ animal area [I’m sorry I didn’t remember the name as I was feeding Jonas nen-nen that time]. But I did see some strange type of turtles. After reaching to the end point, we were like a bit lost, the staff there was very alert and quickly ascot us to the other sections which is situated lower floor by using the lift. The service really impressed me J
At the lower floor, there are another 2 big aquariums with different types of fishes. These 2 places are having a very interest location name. These two places were being named interestingly. There are:
√ Weird and Wonderful: We are able to experience a ‘face-to-face’ encounter with marine animals. The fishes there are big and really huge.
√ Malaysian Rainforest: This is a unique high Flooded Forest Tube tank with aquatic exhibits that leisurely swim within the water column up to the treetops. I was very impressed by the design.
We spent about half an hour at these 2 places. We took a lot of pictures.
Finally, we reached the climax of the ‘Journey’. We entered into “The Living Ocean” and visiting the ocean fishes by standing on a moving walkway. Malcolm was extremely excited too see those animals saw from the Finding Memo. He called out stingrays, shark & see turtles by name. We visited “The Living Ocean” twist.
The visit is worth the price and we enjoyed so much. Oh yes, there was a piranhas feeding show as well. But we missed the timeslot.
A picture tells a thousand words, can see from the photos we enjoyed so much from the visiting.
Why I recommend:
For more information: http://www.klaquaria.com