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  • Head out to Kuala Lumpur’s Aquaria KLCC, listed among one of Asia’s top five aquariums.
  • Dive into the world of land and aquatic life here, with over 5,000 creatures on display.
  • Their state-of-the-art aquarium truly makes this a remarkable experience for adults and children alike.
  • Walk along the 90-meter-long underwater walkway for some stunning views.
  • Visit exhibits that intrigue you the most, such as the Jewels of the Jungle, Deep Forest, Touch Pool, and Evolution Zone.
  • Get up close and personal with sea cucumbers, bamboo sharks, and starfish at the Gene Pool.
  • Don’t miss out on the feeding shows that happen throughout the day.
  • Click here for the feeding schedule.
  • Leave the aquarium with a newfound respect for life under the sea.
  • Please note: Preregistration is mandatorily required before you visit Aquaria KLCC. Click here to preregister.
  • Ages 3-12yrs and senior citizens aged 60yrs and above enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • These tickets cannot be canceled but offer maximum flexibility. You can use them to visit the Aquaria KLCC between the operating hours any day before November 30, 2021.

The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur boasts of a skyline dotted with skyscrapers and minarets, evocative colonial architecture and historic monuments, bustling streets lined with food stalls, and lush parks. One of the most popular destinations of Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur is a feast for all the senses. Begin exploring Kuala Lumpur with a visit to the KLCC Aquaria, a family-friendly attraction, located close to the Petrona Twin Towers. Read on to find out about KLCC Aquarium tickets, timings, and everything else you need to know to embark on an unforgettable adventure.

COVID-19 Safety Measures at KLCC Aquarium

KLCC Aquarium is following every COVID safety guideline to ensure visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience.

  • Staff members are educated about COVID-19 personal hygiene. 
  • Common areas and frequently touched points like lift buttons, door handles, handrails, and washbasins are regularly cleaned and sanitized.
  • Temperature screening is conducted for all guests and staff before entering Aquaria KLCC.
  • Guests need to keep their masks on at all times.
  • Hand sanitizers are provided and additional disinfectant sprays are used across the Kuala Lumpur aquarium.
  • Visitors are to maintain 1-meter social distancing.
  • Not more than 400 visitors are allowed inside KLCC Aquarium at a time to prevent crowding.

Why Visit KLCC Aquarium

KLCC Aquarium is a state-of-the-art oceanarium in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. One of the biggest in Southeast Asia, the indoor marine park is a great attraction site for kids and families. It is spread over 60,000 square feet and has 5000 species of aquatic and land-bound creatures in their natural habitats.

Pique your curiosity as you walk through different levels that mimic Malaysia and its biodiversity. From jungle streams and mangroves to coastal shores and deep oceans, your time here will leave you a more knowledgeable! See sharks, rays, otters, shrimps, eels, electric fish, stingrays, and more as you explore the underwater world on a walk. Apart from this, you will also find many interactive experiences like shark diving, feeding sessions, cage rage, and sleeping with the sharks at this Kuala Lumpur aquarium.

Your KLCC Aquarium Tickets Explained

Upon booking your KLCC Aquarium entry ticket, you have to choose your time of visit from the time slots available. Please make sure that you reach the venue 15 minutes before the allotted time. You will be asked for your ticket, which you can show on your mobile phone. Please carry a valid photo ID at the aquarium. The KLCC Aquarium ticket does not include any food or drink. The ticket is valid for a single entry and is non-cancelable.

The standard KLCC admission ticket will give access to all the sections of the aquarium that include the Evolution Zone, Shipwreck, Deep Forest, The Coast, The Living Ocean, and Weird and Wonderful. This aquarium is the largest in Southeast Asia and is home to more than 5000 species of aquatic creatures like tiger sharks, sea snakes, blue rays, bright coral fish, seahorses, and much more.

Maximum Flexibility

KLCC aquarium tickets come with maximum flexibility. On booking your ticket, you can visit the attraction any day up to June 30, 2021.

Discounted KLCC Aquarium Tickets

Visitors aged 3-12 years and senior citizens aged 60 years and above can enjoy reduced ticket pricing.

Best Way to Buy Tickets to KLCC Aquarium

If you are thinking about purchasing KLCC aquarium tickets, the most convenient and safest option in the wake of the pandemic is to book it online and in advance. If you want to purchase these tickets at the venue, you may have to wait in long queues, especially during rush hours.

What to do at KLCC Aquarium

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Evolution Zone

The evolution zone marks the entry into the world of our marine friends. A tank full of mighty piranhas is what you will see first. Next up is the evolution gene pool where you can touch corals and even pick up starfish. At the electric shock zone learn how fishes sense electrical pulses in water. The Evolution Zone includes species like black ghost knife fish, elephant nose fish, electric catfish, and more!

The Stream

Did you know an Otter’s den is called a couch? One of the top spots of the KLCC Aquarium, here you can see small-clawed otters dance and come to life at feeding time! Watch professionals hand-feed the otters and learn how otters help in maintaining the ecosystem.

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Shipwreck

Use the shipwreck zone to learn what schools of fish make shipwrecks their hideout. In this zone on Level 1, you will spot the spiny dwarf lionfish. The reef stonefish can be hard to spot as it is always camouflaging. The coral walk has small sea-living creatures that require patience to spot! You can also see the sexy shrimp, yellow boxfish, red-checkered butterflyfish, spotted garden eel, shrimp, and the dragon moray eel in this zone.

The Coast

The Coast Zone has some live corals and a few smaller marine species. At the mudflats section, brace to see coconut crabs also known as the largest land crab in the world. Learn about the life cycle of the bamboo shark, from how it lays its eggs to how to identify juveniles from adults.

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The Deep Forest

As you step into the deep forest at level 2, you’ll notice the creatures get bigger. Plan your visit accordingly for the feeding session at the flooded forest. Look out for the Siamese Giant Carp, the largest carp species in the world found only in Southeast Asia. It can weigh up to 300 kgs! Some of the other species to watch out for include black pacu, arapaima, and the redtail catfish.

Living Ocean

This section features the 90-meter underwater tunnel, a must for marine life lovers. The under-the-sea journey leaves you with face-to-face views of sand tiger sharks, green turtles, and the giant blotched fantail ray in all directions. It is here you’ll have the chance to experience ‘Cage Rage’- where you get to dive and feed fish.

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Weird & Wonderful

This section presents some of the weirdest creatures on earth. Species like the scorpionfish- the most venomous fish in the world, and dragon moray eel with long nasal tubes over its eyes dot this section. Also, look out for the moon jellyfish chambered nautilus and seahorses. Sharpen your knowledge at the Jaws section which exhibits jaws and teeth of sharks and fishes on the wall.

Station Aquarius

The last section of the KLCC aquarium, the Station Aquarius is an immersive educational zone. Visitors can learn about sea creatures and the roles in balancing the ecosystem. This underwater lab gives you the chance to watch baby moon jellyfish and seahorses grow through every stage in a lab-like setup.

Plan Your Visit to KLCC Aquarium

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KLCC Aquarium Hours

Aquaria KLCC is open daily from 10 AM to 7 PM. Please note that the last admission is at 6 PM.

Duration

You can expect to spend at least 2 hours exploring KLCC Aquarium.

Best time to visit KLCC Aquarium

The best time to visit is during the weekdays as it is less crowded as compared to the weekends. 

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  • LRT Train: You can reach KLCC by taking the Kelana Jaya Line LRT. Get down at the KLCC LRT Station (KJ10), which is a 7-10 minutes walk from KLCC Aquaria.
  • MRT: Closest MRT station is Bukit Bintang Station (SBK 18A), 10 minutes from the venue.
  • Monorail: Closest monorail station is Raja Chulan station. Follow the directions from here to the Aquaria. It is a 7-10 minutes walk.
  • Bus: Take the Green Line Bus and get down at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center bus stop, and walk to Aquaria KLCC. Or, take the Kuala Lumpur Hop on Hop off Tour Bus, and get down near the West Wing of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre at the KLCC Garden Park stop.
  • Car/Taxi: Get to the drop-off area at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The escalator to the concourse level will take you to the main entrance of Aquaria KLCC.
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  • Dining: Aquaria KLCC does not have any facilities for in-house dining. You cannot bring any food and beverages inside the aquarium. Dining facilities are available outside of Aquarium KLCC.
  • Locker rooms: Aquaria KLCC does not have any storage facility to leave bags.
  • Parking: Parking spaces are available in Kuala Lumpur Convention Center and Suria KLCC.
  • Wheelchair accessibility: The attraction site is wheelchair-friendly. Ramps and lifts are available for ease of movement. Wheelchairs can be rented from the ticketing counter.
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  • The Tunnel: Located at level 2 in the Living Ocean, the transparent underwater tunnel is one of the highlights of the Kuala Lumpur aquarium. The 90-meter tunnel, with a travelator in its center, allows you to journey into the world of our marine creatures. No matter where you look, here you will only see hundreds of fishes, sharks, stingrays, and more in every direction.
  • Cage Rage: This experience allows you to dive in a custom-made underwater cage even if you don’t have a diving license. Placed at level 2 in the Living Ocean, this is your chance to get a sneak peek into the world of our marine friends, through an underwater window. Get up-close and personal with sharks and other marine creatures. Use your Cage Rage Certificate to boast of your experience with sharks!
  • Dive with Shark: Get bold and dive with sharks! Certified divers can dive in a 25 million liter oceanarium tank to meet real-life sharks. During this experience, you will see 5 different species of sharks and marine creatures that have made the deep oceans their homes. Don’t forget to collect your certificate at the end of your dive!
  • Sleep with Shark: A signature program designed especially for kids aged 6-13 years, the learning experience involves a day out with sharks! During this program, children witness various nighttime activities by sharks and other marine creatures, a night of feeding creatures, educational tours, and as the name suggests, sleeping with sharks! Children take back indelible memories and an educational kit with worksheets and workbooks.

Visitor Rules

  • Visitors to the Kuala Lumpur aquarium are required to wear masks upon entering the venue.
  • Guests will have to undergo a mandatory temperature screening before entering the aquarium.
  • Patrons are not allowed to bring food and beverages inside the aquarium. So please make sure to eat well before you enter the KLCC aquarium. The aquarium does not have any food and beverage facilities inside its premises.
  • The Akuarium KLCC does not have baggage storage facilities so no big bags and trolleys will be allowed. Please make alternative arrangements to store your luggage.
  • No flash photography is allowed inside KLCC Aquaria. So remember to turn off camera flash before taking pictures.
  • Visitors are required to follow a 1-meter social distance.
  • Not more than 400 people are allowed inside KLCC Aquaria at a time to prevent overcrowding. Ensure you are at the site 15 minutes before the designated time mentioned in your ticket.

KLCC Aquarium Tickets: FAQs

Where can I buy KLCC Aquarium tickets?

KLCC Aquarium tickets can be purchased at the venue or online. If you wish to buy online, tickets bought from third-party websites give you access to better deals and discounts.

Who can get discounted KLCC Aquarium tickets?

Visitors aged 3-12 years and, senior citizens aged 60 years and above, can enjoy reduced ticket pricing.

Is the KLCC Aquarium worth it?

Akuarium KLCC suits every taste. It is a fun place for learning about marine animals, seeing 5000 species of marine creatures in their natural habitats, and indulging in once-in-a-lifetime experiences like sleeping with sharks or diving with sharks.

How long does it take to explore the KLCC Aquarium?

Keep at least two hours in hand to walk through the KLCC Aquarium.

How much is the KLCC Aquarium ticket price?

KLCC Aquarium tickets are priced between MYR 37 and MYR 47.

Should I buy KLCC Aquarium tickets in advance?

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is advisable to book your KLCC aquarium tickets online for a safe and contactless experience.

Which is the best way to purchase KLCC Aquarium tickets?

We recommend that you purchase Kuala Lumpur aquarium tickets online to avoid standing in long queues.

Can I cancel my KLCC Aquarium tickets?

You cannot cancel your KLCC aquarium tickets. The tickets have maximum flexibility so you can use them to visit the Aquaria KLCC between the operating hours any day up to June 30, 2021.

Which animals can I expect to see at the Kuala Lumpur aquarium?

Kuala Lumpur aquarium has over 5000 species of aquatic and land-bound creatures like sharks, stingrays, giant water rats, otters, tarantula, horseshoe crabs, seahorses, and more!