Plan to visit Underwater World Langkawi, another of the nation's biggest aquariums, you may explore all the treasures that lurk beneath the vivid blue seas of Malaysia. The aquarium, focused on information, learning, and amusement, is a must-see for all wildlife enthusiasts and those interested in learning more about aquatic life. Visit the nearly six-acre aquarium, including attractions such as the Seashell Display, the Koi Pond, and a structure featuring exhibits on the Tropical Rainforest, Temperate, and the Sub Antarctic Ecosystems. When visitors go through the 15-meter passage that holds 500,000 litres of water, they will see gigantic sea animals, including stingrays, groupers, and green turtles!
Preview Tank is one of the first among the different underwater World Langkawi Zones you would encounter while visiting the establishment. Some large freshwater species of fishes are on display in the Preview Tank, such as Arapaima, Tapah Fish (Wallago Catfish) and Freshwater Stingray.The Arapaima is the main attraction of this zone which is known to be the largest freshwater fish in the whole world.
The River Ecosystem displays numerous freshwater species and is a rather vibrant exhibit.This zone exhibits fish from Southeast Asia, the Amazon, Africa, North America and Australia.The numerous fishes exhibited are Tropical Garfish, Albino Patin, Bala Shark and Redtailed Catfish.There are also several reptiles in specially constructed tanks: the Chinese Water Dragon, Indonesian Blue Tongued Skink and African Fat-Tailed Gecko.
Tropical Rainforest is guaranteed to give you an out-of-the-ordinary experience with its walk-in aviary. The many birds which make people delightful, namely Flamingos, Ruddy Shelduck and Pheasant, are present in this zone of all the underwater World Langkawi Zones.Then there are also vibrant collections of Cockatoo, Dove, Macaws, Knifefish, Giant Gourami, Arowana, and Marmoset.
The Temperate Section of the Underwater World Langkawi features a Tunnel, about 8 meters long, featuring the adorable African Penguins. You will watch them swim around you while you stand in the tunnel's centre, admiring them. The man-made habitat in Temperate Section is almost exactly a replica of their natural habitat.
The main feature of the Underwater World Langkawi is the Sub Antarctic Section.This section features the most beloved animals of the establishment, the Rockhopper Penguins. They are the smallest species of crested penguins, hence are guaranteed to leave you amazed.
The Hexagonal Tank is a sunken ship-themed underwater World Langkawi Zone with a capacity of over 70000 litres of water.The star of this establishment zone is the Black Tip Shark and the White Tip Shark. This zone is guaranteed to fascinate you with its mysterious theme and many other fish species.
Get a glimpse of the deep dark sea with the Tunnel Tank, an Underwater World Langkawi Zone featuring a 15-meter-long tunnel.This tunnel allows you to view the colourful and giant stingrays, trevally, groupers, olive ridley turtle and other species of vibrant fishes. Watch these fishes swim around you gleefully and try to befriend a few of them.
Considered the most beautiful feature of the establishment, the Koi Pond is a beloved underwater World Langkawi Zone. It is a Japanese concept adapted worldwide to keep fish in a small pond with tropical decor and a cascading waterfall.The various fishes in this setting are the Japanese Carps, Sultan Fish and Cichlids.
The invertebrate section, a rather dark and mysterious part of the Underwater World of Langkawi, is also the most interesting zone of the entire institution. The underwater World Langkawi Zone features the deep sea's most interesting and peculiar creatures, which originated from Southeast Asia.The Japanese Mitten Lobster, Knight Goby, Snowflake Moray Eel, Blue Devil Damsels, Green Carpet Anemone, Mudskippers, and various other fascinating creatures may be found here.
Perhaps the Coral Reef's most vibrant section of the entire institution is eye candy.It will be an absolute treat for your eyes with colourful corals around this underwater World Langkawi Zone.You will be able to take a peek into the lives of Clown Fish, Damsels and Wrasse and also understand the symbiotic relationship between these creatures and the corals.
The Venomous and Poisonous Section, as the name suggests, consists of the most dangerous creatures in the entire world of fishes.The Moral Eels and Lionfish are featured on display here at this zone.With their sharp teeth and poisonous fins, you will watch these predators of the aquatic world swim in peace.