Visit Aquaria KLCC this festive season and make your way to the Living Ocean section to experience a Chinese New Year celebration like none other!
Aquaria KLCC will be having its very own Choy San Yeh, also known as the God of Prosperity, blessing the diverse marine life and visitors with prosperity as it is traditionally believed that he bestows good fortune with a ruyi, which translates to ‘as you wish’. The ruyi is a sceptre that is said to carry the power of turning iron into gold with just a mere touch.
Also, for the first time in Malaysia, visitors can witness a spectacular underwater Chinese dragon dance performance by Aquaria’s very own divers. Watch as the dragons swim in the midst of the marine life, including tiger sharks, sea turtles and more! It is believed that these dragons attract good fortune and luck. Don’t miss the Majestic Chinese Drum performance as well, also traditionally said to bring power and good luck.
In conjunction with the Year of the Rat, Aquaria KLCC has teamed up with the Institute of Medical Research to bring the Rodent Exhibition 2020. Visitors will get to learn about the often misunderstood species and view rare rodent specimens among others. The exhibition will run daily from January 2020 to March 2020.
For more information visit aquariaklcc.com