Access is easy from the metro station. Walk up the street on the right after you exit the station, there is a small shop and restaurant on the left of the street. Keep walking straight ahead to busy road with traffic lights, cross the road keep walking on this road which curves to the left and you will see the aquarium on the left is a big curved steel building and that's it. Parking is available on site for a fee.
The displays were good with lots of small aquariums containing different fish and then one very large aquarium with sharks, sting rays and a variety of fish. There are 2 otters on the outside near the cafe and also 2 small pools (blue plastic tubs) outside near the cafe where you can catch crabs with fishing lines and bait supplied.
There is a touching pool in one of the corridors where you can touch fish, sea urchins etc which is good for both children and
They are currently constructing a new childrens playground that looks almost finished.
We had lunch in the cafe which was good.