SEA LIFE Malaysia welcomes the arrival of the first batch of ‘inhabitants’ into their exclusive Malaysian Rainforest habitat zone
Scheduled to open its doors to the public in April 2019, LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort’s latest attraction, SEA LIFE Malaysia is one step closer to completion as it welcomes 23 species of fishes to its exclusive Malaysian Rainforest habitat zone. This is just the tip of the iceberg as SEA LIFE Malaysia is expected to house 13,000 marine creatures from 11 different habitat zones and these larger fishes will be brought in once the first group of fishes are accustomed to the new environment. Also, SEA LIFE Malaysia will be the only interactive aquarium in the region to incorporate a fun and unique twist using LEGO elements!
The aquarium aims to cultivate the importance of marine life conservation amongst visitors, especially the children through interactive experiences such as hands-on tutorials. To name a few of the key habitat zones that will be featured at the aquarium aside from the Malaysian Rainforest are the Tropical Stingray Bay, Coral Reef, Ocean View, Johor River and Ocean Tunnel. All these zones have distinctive features that are ought to be marveled at. For starter, you might stumble upon the largest flower in the world, Rafflesia as you traverse through the Malaysian Rainforest zone!
To commemorate the launch of SEA LIFE Malaysia, all MyKAD holders are eligible for an early bird promotion for its brand new annual pass which is available for a limited time only. For the price of a one-day combo ticket at RM263 for adults and RM209 for kids (3-11 years old), Malaysians are granted all-year-round, unlimited access to LEGOLAND Theme Park, Water Park and SEA LIFE Malaysia once it opens its door in April 2019. All information and purchase options are available at LEGOLAND’s official website (https://www.legoland.com.my)