Visitors will be fascinated by the beautiful blue world upon entering it and where the unforgettable journey of getting close to ocean creatures begins. One will also feel like returning to mother nature upon entering the miniature rainforest that consists the primary jungles of the Amazon Basin, home to over 100 species of rainforest fish and fresh water fish. Sea elephant, man-eating fish, variegated carp, glass catfish and many other rare and precious fish are some of the species found here.
From the movie "Shark Tale", sharks were depicted to be voracious and powerful as they feast on other creatures in the ocean. However, what the shark world is really like is for visitor to find out in the Shark Hall. They are not as depicted in the movie but somewhat serene instead!
Whale and Dolphin Bay is the home and school for whales, dolphins and sea lions. It is here that they are being trained by professional trainers for performances to entertain visitors.
The Feel Pool measures 39 yards long, resembling the long and winding coastline. Many mollusks such as trumpet shells and echinoderm such as holothurians, sea stars and sea urchins live there. Visitors can gently caress them, though with caution as some are rather timid while others are poisonous. Green turtles also swim about in the pool without a care.
Seabed travel takes visitors to a wonderful trip to the bottom of the sea. The undersea tunnel leads you into a colorful and calm ocean world, with all kinds of fish swimming inside the circular tank. Visitors can virtually touch the belly of the furious white sharks and shake hands with turtles. The 32 fish tanks exhibit fancy fishes from home and abroad and visitors are sure to gain much knowledge about them at the end of their visit.
Finally, the Ocean Theater is a venue where animals perform their tricks. It has a capacity for 3,000 viewers, with hot and romantic Hawaii scenery in the background. The incomparably superior performance from these animal stars win rounds of applause from spectators every day.
So, please come by. All the stars of the ocean are awaiting you!
Take bus no.360, 347, 362, 534, 714, 87, Yuntong 106, Yuntong 104, 563, Yuntong 205, Te 4, 608, 107, 105, 111, Yuntong 105, 27, 632 and get off at Dong Wu Yuan Station.
Subway Line 4: get off at Zoo Station, get out of the station from Exit A (northwest exit), and you'll find the south gate of Zoo where it is located.
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Table of Animal Performance Information
|Date||Shows||Show Time||Where to see|
|July 1 to August 31, 2015||Animal Performance ||Monday to Friday||11:00 |
|Saturday and Sunday||10:30 |
|White Whale Performance||Tuesday to Sunday (excluding Monday)||10:00||Bering Strait|
|Sea Diving and Feeding Performance||Monday to Sunday (excluding Tuesday)||10:30 |
|Archerfish Performance||Monday to Friday (excluding Thursday)||09:30 |
|Snailfish Performance||Monday to Friday||11:30||Seabed Travel|
|Feeding Chinese Sturgeon Performance||Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday||11:00||Chinese Sturgeon Hall|
|Feeding Elephant Seal Performance||Wednesday and Friday||14:40||Rainforest Wonder|
|Admission Fee:||CNY 160 for adults |
Children below 1.2 meters (3.9 feet) are free of charge.
|Opening Hours:|| |
09:00 - 17:00 ( ticket sales stopped at 16:30)