About Blue Coral Aquarium

The Blue Coral Aquarium is one of the most fascinating Aqua Tropical Rainforest Aquarium that thrives with vibrant fishes and plants. The aquarium houses coral fishes of a wide range of species such as the clown fishes, parrot fish, anthias fish, blue face angelfish and others. Nestled in the KL Towers, this popular tourist attraction is popular among kids and families.

There are many amazing spots that offer great views of the many unique marine creatures along the magnificent aquarium. There is also an interactive experience with an expert guide who shows the visitors the behind the scenes, shares important facts about the fishes and adds to their visit. The KL tower aquarium design is based on a natural tropical rainforest concept and provides the visitors with a beautiful backdrop during the visit. The stunning blend of a tropical land and a sea view design makes the experience even better for the visitors.

Fishes in Blue Coral Aquarium

The blue coral aquarium is one of the best places to visit in the KL Tower and is home to some of the most vibrant marine life creatures. The aquarium is home to many amazing fishes like the spotted cardinalfish, fire clownfish among others. Fishes from around the globe are housed in the aquarium and visitors get to interact with these beautiful creatures up close. The aquarium creates the natural habitat as accurately as possible so that the fishes can thrive in the environment. People of all ages, especially kids, enjoy the fascinating experience of interacting with these fishes.

Spotted Cardinal Fish
Spotted Cardinalfish

One of the most vibrant and colorful fishes in the KL Tower aquarium is the spotted Cardinalfish. The fish has a greenish yellow face, and bright orange ice, with its silver-based body that is dressed with a bold black scalar margin. The posterior is dotted with orange polka dots and adds to the colorful exterior of this fish. The fish stands out because of its bold and colorful body but is known to be a peaceful creature that blends with the rest of the creatures in the aquarium.

Fire Clone Fish
Fire Clownfish

The Indo Pacific fire clownfish has a white stripe behind the ear when they are young which disappears as they grow old with age. Like all the other clown fishes these fishes are strong and very easy to keep alive. The clownfish is our part of the damsel family and therefore are often not kept together with other fishes belonging to this family as it leads to aggressive situations.

Percula Clown Fish
Percula Clownfish

The Percula clownfish belongs to the regions of Australia, Singapore and Indonesia. This fish is one of the most common fishes that people think about when talking about a marine aquarium. The fish has a bright orange body color which is divided by bands of white lines with black outlines. The fish is very pretty to look at and is popular among kids thanks to Finding Nemo. Aquarists are fascinated by the Percula Clownfish due to its symbiotic relation with anemones.

Carpet Anemonous
Carpet Anemones

This particular species of fish requires good lighting and good water movement in its tank for better survivability. The aquarium that it lives in should have a lot of sandy and rocky locations. The Carpet Anemone feels comfortable in these terrains, but also leaves a potent sting as it moves around and may harm corals or other anemones.

Skunk Clown Fish
Skunk Clownfish

Another amazing marine creature in the Blue Coral Aquarium, this Pink Skunk Clownfish has a peach orange coloured base that is decorated with a white stripe running behind its head. The strip covers the entire area from its nose and goes to the length of the back. There is also one more white stripe that is located just behind the eyes of this amazing fish.

Tomato Clown Fish
Tomato Clownfish

The Tomato clownfish is also known as the Bridled Clownfish or Red Clownfish, and naturally belongs to the Pacific region. The fish is one of the many amazing marine creatures in the KL tower aquarium and is associated with the Bubble Tip Sea Anemone. The Tomato Clownfish is found in a wider range of areas than the Fire Clownfish.

Other Essential Information

Blue Coral Aquarium
  • Location:12, Lorong Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • How to reach:
    By Bus: The Aquarium is accessible to the visitors by bus and they can take the city bus that follows the purple line. The nearest Life Centre bus station is just 4 minutes away and visitors can walk from there to the KL tower.

  • By MRT/ LRT/ Monorail: The LRT and monorails are also an efficient mode of public transport for the tourists who wish to visit the aquarium. Visitors can take the LRT 9 or monorail to the Raja Chulan station which is 9 minutes away from the KLTower. The Dang Wangi LRT station is a 14 minute walking distance from the tower.

  • Timings:The opening hours of this amazing aquarium are from 9 AM in the morning to 9:30 PM everyday.

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What are the best attractions near Blue Coral Aquarium?

    • OBSERVATION DECK:The observation deck, which is open from nine in the morning until ten at night, offers the most breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur. Visitors can see the most breathtaking sunset of their life from this observation deck, which is one of the city's highest at 276 metres above the earth. Explore the deck and get a good look at the city from this vantage point.

    • SKY DECK:The sky deck is the main attraction with KL Tower tickets. Nestled 300 m above ground, this amazing deck office has the most stunning views of the city of Kuala Lumpur. Visitors will enjoy beautiful sunsets, wonderfully lit nights and clear blue sky days from the sky deck.

    • SKY BOX:This Sky Box, a fantastic addition to the Sky deck, offers one of the finest views in the city. Visitors can take beautiful pictures while visiting and enjoy the wonderful sight of the city provided by the glass box. The box is 300 metres above the ground and is unquestionably worth visiting.

    • JELUTONG TREE:The Jelutong Tree is a 95 year old tree, standing near the KL Tower. The tower was shifted to preserve this amazing tree and therefore it is a unique part of the KL tower. This natural sight in the middle of a concrete construction is a site to enjoy for future generations.

    • MINI ZOO:The mini zoo is one of the most interactive and amazing wildlife experiences visitors get to enjoy in the city region of Kuala Lumpur. This mini zoo houses many magnificent animals like Python, squirrel monkeys and rabbits. Visitors get to enjoy the time with these animals and kids especially love exploring the zoo.

    • UPSIDE DOWN HOUSE:This unique and fun today is attraction as one of the must visit places in the KL Tower. The attraction is based on a cottage house design in which everything is upside down including all the furniture and other things. Visitors will enjoy a tour of this unique and entertaining house.

    • KL FOREST ECO-PARK:Visitors must not miss KL Forest Eco Park, which serves as the city's green lung and is one of the most well-liked ecotourism destinations. The Eco park's meticulous construction safeguards the surrounding environment and habitat.

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