|Appearance of Underwater World |
Qingdao Underwater World consists of several interesting landscapes, including the inter-tidal zones, underwater tunnel, performance hall and exhibition areas. The inter-tidal zones are teeming with many special species, forming a particular ecosystem. Various algae, echinoderms, marine mollusks, arthropods and small amounts of fish are living here. Common marine life like starfish, sea urchins, sea turtles, octopus, crabs and small sharks can be seen; some bright-colored or odd-shaped varieties will bring you a unique and spectacular view! The underwater tunnel breeds thousands of kinds of halo bios worldwide, among them are some rare species. Sauntering in the tunnel, you can see the sharks cruising leisurely in the water, shoals of fishes pulling on the reefs, and still some species staying quietly in the seabed.
Aquarium of Qingdao Underwater World
Wonderful items, like the dances between human and sharks, sea-maiden exhibitions and underwater ballets are performed in the performance hall. If a new couple is willing to experience an underwater wedding here, they will undoubtedly have an unforgettable memory of this solemn and happy moment. In the large cylindrical exhibition chamber, the colorful corals, various beautiful seaflowers and gorgeous tropical pet fish will fully occupy your eyes. In addition, there are exhibition areas for sea horses, nautilus, lobsters, jellyfish and other marine life.
Qingdao Aquarium was the first aquarium of China. The magnificent main building followed the Chinese traditional fortress, and was reputed as one of the ten most imposing buildings of Qingdao City. Sea beasts like harbor seals, South American sea lions, Humboldt penguins are also kept in the spot and they will always present lively and artful performances to the visitors. Specimen Hall of Marine Life has the most abundant specimens worldwide, displaying over 20,000 specimens of more than 1,950 rare marine lives of China and the world. As the only specimen hall featuring the marine life in China, it also keeps many specimens of endangered species.
The Freshwater Fish Center is a simulation of a tropical rainforest ecological environment. It exhibits many rare and endangered species and some tropical fish, including South American arapaima, precious angelfish, Chinese sturgeons, Yangtze alligators and giant salamanders. In addition, there is a special exhibition area for the jellyfish. Thousands of various gorgeous jellyfish swim in the water, resembling blooming flowers in the garden and bring you to an unforgettable dream visit.
Freshwater Fish Center
Performance schedules of Qingdao Underwater World
|Mermaid Performance||09:30, 14:00 and 16:30 on weekdays.|
|Dancing with the Sharks||11:00, 12:00 and 15:30|
|Underwater Garden||10:15 and 14:45|
1. Take Metro Line 3 to Huiquan Guangchang and leave from Exit C, then walk west for 10 minutes to get there.
How to get to Qingdao Underwater World
2. Take Sightseeing Bus Line 11 to Haidi Shijie (Underwater World).
3. Take Bus 6, 26, 26 Express, 202, 214, 223, 228, 231, 304, 312, 316, 321, 411, 501 or 504 to Luxun Gongyuan (Lu Xun Park) and you will see it.
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|Entrance Fee||Apr. - Oct.: CNY 130 |
Nov. - Mar.: CNY 110
Night Ticket (Jul. 6 - Aug. 26, 2018): CNY 100
Children between 1.2 and 1.5m (3.9 - 4.9 feet) can enjoy a half-price ticket;
Free for children under 1.2m.
|Ticket Hours||Day Time: 8:00 - 17:30 |
Night Time: 16:30 - 19:30