WORLD’S BIGGEST AQUARIUM BRAND
Featuring the world’s biggest aquarium brand with more than 50 attractions worldwide – SEA LIFE Malaysia to be launch in the last quarter of 2018, boost a record of more than 25 display tanks in 11 habitat zones. It will offer a fun and educational marine life experience that focuses on a voyage to the depths of the oceans and exhibits designed with children in mind.
TWO STOREY AQUARIUM
The new attraction will be a two-storey aquarium which will be located next to the existing Legoland Malaysia Theme Park & Resort. Allowing children the chance to interact with the sea creatures up-close, and learn about their natural habitats.
STORYTELLING AND CLOSE INTERACTION
SEA LIFE Malaysia aims to engage and inspire kids to learn, love and care for the ocean. Sea creatures such as seahorses, rays, sharks, and jellies will be found in the new attraction. There will also be behind the scenes tour conducted to show guests health care and food preparation of the sea creatures.
One of the highlight exhibit zones will be featuring Malaysian Rainforest habitat and the local iconic Rafflesia flowers, the world’s largest flower, along with many other unique local creatures.
Incorporating the elements of Legoland Theme Park into its exhibit, there will be LEGO® Mini-Figures and other LEGO® sea creatures seen around SEA LIFE Malaysia.
FACTS TO KNOW:
- No 1 aquarium brand in the world.
- Over 1 million school visits and give more than 155,000 inspirational presentations on the creatures of the sea to visitors every year.
- Appeals to all the family including the very young.
- 45 stand-alone aquariums including 4 Sanctuaries (3 in UK/1 in Australia); and second gates at LEGOLAND California and Gardaland as of 2016.
- Have than 300 marine biologists, aquarists and support staff working at our Marine Animal Welfare Department in Weymouth in the UK and around the aquaria.
- Plenty of pportunities to interact with the creatures, school programmes, and visits.
- Conservation lies at the heart of SEA LIFE brand, which embraces a strategy of BREED, RESCUE and PROTECT (BRP). With more than 300 marine biologists, aquarists and support staff working at Marine Animal Welfare Department in Weymouth in the UK and at many other aquaria around the world.