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We decided to take a tour of Aquarium 63 SeaWorld, as it was within the building of the 63 Sky Art. There were some pretty interesting places, but nit as much as the display of Ocean Park in Hong Kong.
The aquarium is good with lots of species. Its not as big as Atlanta or dubai aquarium though. I loved moon jelly fish, turtles & crabs etc.
There was a mermaid show under water which was superb & a new thing to us.
Only black color dark rooms, so not so good to take pictures of our faces. Because there won't be enough brightness in all sections of this place.
If not interested in taking pictures of our faces then it will be worthful to take pictures of...More
Part of a 41st Anniversary getaway weekend. Aquarium was fascinating. Many species I'd never seen before. MANY rude people, pushing in front of you but staff tried their best to control. No dings given because not their fault. Loved the visit. Could spend all day...More
There were lots of kids there as we went during the summer. There is lots of lots of sea life, great for the kids. We also stuck our fingers in this plastic container that had fishes that will eat extra skin from your hands and...More
Went here with my 3 year old son. Was by far the smallest aquarium I have been to with little to see. There's a reason why they offer you 1 hours' free parking for ticket holders. It only takes that to see all of it....More
Since we were there for the sky art, we combined it in our tour. We purchased the bundled ticket. Although the aquarium was small, the kids had a great time. Worth a short visit, especially if you are with kids.
We came to the Aquarium 63 SeaWorld because it was included in the ticket bundle. We probably wouldn’t have come just to see the Aquarium as a stand alone attraction. We also went to the Lotte World Aquarium, paid a whole lot moree and the...More