Langkawi Must Visit - Underwater World Langkawi

August 14, 2020

 Dear Beloved Readers, 

When was your last time visiting an underwater world attraction? It has been awhile for me and I even forgotten about the feeling when surrounded by the great marine life. I was excited when I knew that I will be visiting Underwater World Langkawi for the very first time, although I have been to Langkawi for countless time.

A Moment To Be Remembered!

Underwater World Langkawi is one of the largest marine and freshwater aquaria in Southeast Asia that has been operated for the past 25 years. It was built to raise awareness on the importance of conserving the precious aquatic life with the concept geared towards knowledge, education and also entertainment. 

Part of Knowledge and Educational Display

This aquaria is showcasing 11 different sections of marine animal including the Sub-Antarctic section which is also known as the aquarium's star attraction.

1. Preview Tank - Arapaima, a Jurassic fish known as the largest freshwater fish in the world and can grow as much as 3 m.

Preview Tank Display

 2. River Ecosystem - A river-flowing concept tanks and displaying freshwater fishes. 

River Ecosystem Display

3. Tropical Rainforest - Large walk-through aviary to experience of being in the heart of Tropical Rainforest environment. Alligator Snapping Turtle (Penyu Pemakan) species is also known as the biggest freshwater turtle in the world, it can grows up to 60 cm long with typical lifespan between 20 to 70 years.

Tropical Rainforest Display

4. Temperate Section - Home to South American Fur Seal and African Penguins. There is a walk through on 8-meter tunnel that enable you to see the African Penguins swimming around in an environment as close as possible to their natural habitat. 

Temperate Section Display - African Penguins

5. Sub- Antarctic Section - the "star-attraction" of UWL, the Rockhopper Penguins. They got their name from their behavior that love to jump from rock to rock. 

Sub-Antarctic Section Display - Rockhopper Penguins
 6. Hexagonal Tank - Made up of 70,000 litre hexagonal tank with the theme of sunken ship.

Hexagonal Tank - Black/White Tip Shark

7. Tunnel Tank - venture into the deep sea along a 15-meter long tunnel to experience being surrounded by giant sea creatures. 

Tunnel Tank - Giant Groupers

8. Koi Pond - set in an outdoor lush and vibrant tropical scenery with splashing sound of the cascading waterfall.

9. Invertebrate Section - Unusual and peculiar sea creatures from Southeast Asia are display here. 

Invertebrate Section Display

10. Coral Reef Section - Underwater coral garden with an explosion of delightful color is part of the living treasures of the ocean's delicate ecosystem. 

Coral Reef Section Display

11. Venomous and Poisonous Section - These creatures display in this section hold deadly weapons in disguise of their needle sharp teeth and spiny fins

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I was so entertained by the seal feeding where these cute creatures were fed by their trainer while showing their own abilities such as dancing, flipping on the hop and more! The show ended within 15 - 20 minutes but really worth waiting and watching it.

Fur Seal Showing Off His Skills Before The Show

Show Time - Fur Seal Feeding Session

Just like other attractions, there are feeding times set by UWL. The time below is captured during my write-up and subject to changes.

Seals:

Saturday - Thursday: 2.30 P.M.

Friday: 4.00 P.M.

African Penguins:

Daily at 11.00 A.M. and 2.45 P.M.

Rockhopper Penguins:

Daily at 11.15 A.M. and 3.00 P.M.

Tunnel Tank:

Daily at 3.30 P.M.

Interesting isn't it? Wait no more, guys! Plan your trip to Underwater World Langkawi if you are visiting Langkawi soon. This attraction is located in the heart of the busiest city of Langkawi, Pantai Cenang. This is one of the "must-visit" and family friendly attraction that operating daily from 10.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M. Special operating hour during school holidays and public holidays observed as the attraction will be operating from 9.30 A.M to 6.30 P.M.

Family-Friendly Attraction - Suitable For Visitors of All Ages

Normal Entrance Fee:

Adult: RM 46/pax and RM36/pax (with MyKad)

Children (3 - 12 Years Old): RM36/pax and RM26/pax (with MyKad)

Senior Citizen (50 Years Old and Above): RM29/pax (with MyKad)* Terms and Conditions Apply

Good News to be shared guys! As Malaysia is celebrating our National Day in August, Underwater World Langkawi is having the 50% Merdeka Extravaganza sale starting 1st August - 31st August 2020 with online purchase that valid for 1 year from the purchase date. 

The ticket price for adult and children per pax are RM23 and RM18 respectively.

50% Merdeka Extravangaza Sales

For more information and latest promotion, kindly visit their website at https://www.underwaterworldlangkawi.com

Address: Underwater World Langkawi, Pantai Cenang, Mukim Kedawang, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah Malaysia. 

Phone: +604 955 6100

Fax: +604 955 6103

Email: info_uwl@edenzil.com

Special thanks to Underwater World Langkawi and Megawater Sports for having us!

Team @KiteJalan At Underwater World Langkawi
 
Signing Off and Take Care Till We Meet Again On My Next Post!
Stay tuned for more update:
For collaboration or inquiry, kindly email me at kitkatnelfei@gmail.com

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14 comments

  1. I remember the last time I visited was ages ago. Might give it another visit since I can't be traveling abroad anytime soon ��

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  2. The last time I visited UWL when I was in 3rd year primary school. So long ago and back then I wasn't even know what have I seen. I just saw them with admire and curiosity about sea.

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  3. Been to Langkawi a few times but never visited the aquarium. I think I should visit there next time I visit Langkawi.

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  4. Dah lama x pergi Langkawi. Makin banyak tempat menarik ada di sini

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  5. Next time go to Langkawi, i shd bring my kids here. Sure they will enjoy their time explore marine life.

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  6. Rindu la nak pegi langkawi. Last pegi pun masa 2017 kot. Nnt nk pegi bwk anak lagi lah

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  7. Bestnya. Lama x jejak kaki pergi Langkawi. Last pergi masa anak sulung baby sekarang dia dah besar... Kena plan pergi sana lepas ni. Nampak best datang underwater ni bawa anak2

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  8. Mmg target nk kesini cuti hujung tahun ni mcm best je kn... Bkn sllu nmpk hidupan laut cmni

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  9. Setiap kali pergi ke Langkawi memang jarang jejak kaki ke tempat tempat macam ni. Next time should try this one.

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  10. Been there before and it was really a good attraction especially for kids to see, learn and explore. There are really a lot of marine creatures to see and there are penguins too.

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  11. I suka pergi sini kerana dapat tengok penguin secara dekat hehehehe memang banyak dan comel-comel belaka tapi lama tak pergi sana bila nak travel lagi ni heheheheh....

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  12. wah bestnya pergi Langkawi.. iena tak pernah ke langkawi lagi. nanti kalau ke langkawi boleh la pergi underwater world ni :)

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  13. I dah lama tak pegi Langkawi, tak ingat last pegi bila next time klu pegi blhlah pg underwater world ni

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  14. oo ada tarikan macam ni ya, saya rasa dah lama juga underwater world ni kan, cuma tak sempat nak pegi

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