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The aquarium itself, is just okay. It's honestly nothing special, though it does have some excellent pieces. The Jellyfish part, the overfishing part and the tunnel are all quite good. Everything else is.....as I said, nothing special.
Not the best aquarium, but far from the worst. There are seals, penguins, turtles, sharks, jellyfish and lots of other miscellaneous fish. Good for young kids that are a bit sick of other types of site seeing. I recommend going on a week day because...More
We visited during the autumn festival and the aquarium was slightly chaotic. People pushing everywhere. The displays are good but you can see the aquarium has been around for sometime and some displays look dated. Otherwise enjoyable and worth a visit. Restaurant doesn't look too...More
Somewhere between the good and the bad reviews really. Cost is around $32aus which was fine, but the aquarium itself was rather dated and somewhat small. It does get very busy but it is open throughout the day and till around 9pm I think so...More
Just don’t go , spend time elsewhere. I’ve been in China for 7 years, traveled around and this aquarium is the worse experience ever hahaha who would expect.
Price is 160 yuan -so like 23 US dollars.
I won’t comment on the happiness of the...More
So crowed!!! The animals was inside small boxes and all the lokal people was just hitting/knocking at the glasses af the boxes. Felt so bad for the animals. If I knew it was like that, we had never supported this place!
Terrible experience. Can’t be compared to other world-class aquariums like in the US, Japan nor Singapore.
The aquarium path is tiny and narrow with crowds and kids everywhere. The staff at the aquarium don’t seem to care about the control and flow of visitors.
80% of the fish looked completely shell shocked. Full of grown adults knocking (Not even just tapping) on the tanks and no staff intervening despite having signs up everywhere saying not to. Very busy and everyone shouting at the top of their volume. Local visitors...More
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