Location: Kuala Lumpur
|| Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre,
Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
|| +03 2333 1888
|| +603 2380 0069
|| 10.30hrs to 20:00 hrs - Daily from Monday-Friday (Weekdays)
10.30hrs to 20:00 hrs - Saturday and Sunday (Weekends), Public Holidays & School Holidays
|| Last entry to Aquaria closes at 7.00pm
Visiting the Aquaria KLCC is an experience which is out of its world. Conveniently located in
Kuala Lumpur Convention Center (KLCC) in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the Aquaria is an Underwater
Park which is the home to more than 20,000 aquatic and land animals from all over the world.
As you enter Aquaria, you will be greeted by incredibly friendly staffs who are eager
to help you and make your visit here at the Aquaria a pleasant one. As you step into its
entrance, you will be transported to a different world. The Aquaria's layout is intelligently
structured and planned to allow visitors to have an unforgettable experience. Each and every
display cubicle in the Aquaria is beautifully made to mimic the natural habitat of the animals
which are exhibited. There are also stations around the Aquaria where visitors can touch some
of the aquatic animals there such as the tiger sharks and the starfishes.
These magnificent landscaping extends over a huge space of almost 60,000 square feet which
is divided into two levels. The Aquaria is also complete with a 90-meter long underwater tunnel.
The tunnel has some very special occupants-killer sharks. If you have never seen a real one,
you can see them here up close. After you are done exploring the underwater world, you can step
out of the Aquaria and into the shopping world inKuala Lumpur Convention Center.
Hours of shopping may leave you feeling tired. But do not fret as there are many hotels
in Kuala Lumpur such as the Impiana KLCC and Hotel Novotel City Center.Aquaria KLCC is open daily.
Here are their operational hours for your convenience
Getting to Aquaria is simple. You can either choose to drive there or just get to the
nearest Putra LRT station and you will be able to get to KLCC by stopping at the