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kevin23
04-12-2005, 10:55 PM
mind to share with us ur experience there
wat was the price like and was it really worth the experience?

thankz alot!!1

sinleong
04-12-2005, 11:12 PM
mind to share with us ur experience there
wat was the price like and was it really worth the experience?

thankz alot!!1

i was there today. some quite amazing displays. i especially like the underwater tunnel with the sharks.

few complains:
1. some rooms are quite dark - cannot read the explanation about the sea creatures
2. i spotted at least 2 insects species dead already... i wonder how many more creatures will die
3. i spent less than 30 mins in there. i dont think it is possible to spend any more time there.... perhaps if i stay for the feeding time, i could spend an additional 15 mins

entrance fee is RM25 for adults. i went after 7pm, it was only RM18.

kevin23
04-12-2005, 11:27 PM
wow less than 30 minutes in there means the place is very2 small lerrr..
dont really think itz worth 25 bucks

USJ27Resident
04-12-2005, 11:43 PM
.........entrance fee is RM25 for adults. i went after 7pm, it was only RM18.

Compare that price with the Aquarium in Sentosa or even in Cairns, Sunshine Coast or Sydney (Australia) - and you will find that the price is extremely attractive.

Don't complain and just enjoy the visit... if you don't - the kids will... :)

HTH
05-12-2005, 10:10 AM
I m not sure about weekends, but avoid going on public holidays. I went on Hari Raya, took me almost 30 minutes to queue for the tickets. When we got out, the queue circled the food court and almost reached the car park! There was a card sign to tell potential customers that the queue would take them 2 hours. Sumore with the crowd, you wont get to enjoy the exhibits.

But their employees were there to keep things under control and managed the queue. :)

RM25 for adults is OK. But the one in Langkawi's better (with penguin exhibit), imho. U only need one MyKad to get the special MyKad rate. I saw some people collecting MyKads from their families and friends, only to find that only one MyKad (the ticker purchaser) is required. For senior citizens and children, there is a waiting area near the ticket booth. You don't have to sit near the stairs. :)