💙 If you are travelling to Shanghai, Ocean Aquarium is very hard to miss. It is located just near the Pearl and attracts loads of tourists.
To get inside you need a bring your health code, a mask, and, of course, your great mood 🙌
💙 The journey srarts in the hallway, where the exhibition always changes. The time I visited there were tiny ocean crabs and anemones.
Going further you will discover many separated aquariums with tropical fish, reptiles and amphibians. Aquarium includes a long tunnel that takes visitors through a coastal reef, open ocean, a kelp cave, shark cove (those sharks are just huge!), and a coral reef, and they say that it is one of the longest such tunnels in the world. BUT it is a bit hot inside the tunnel due to many visitors, so you'd better have a fan with you.
💙 My fav part is a huge #aquarium with giant #stingrays. Can watch them forever😍 #jellyfish is quite nice too.
💙 The gift shop is way overpriced, so if you are #travelwithkids, try to walk through it as fast as possible, cause toys are white nice and kids want the all.
💙 Cafeteria inside it just average, so it is better not to eat there. There are many nice restaurants just across the road at Superbrand mall.
The #shanghai Ocean Aquarium might be one of my favorite tourist attractions in the city. Here, you’ll discover a bunch of #marine life, from fish to ducks and everything in between. The #aquarium is also home to one of the largest exhibits of Yangtze River Delta marine life. One of the coolest parts about the aquarium is the tunnel, where you’re surrounded by lots of different underwater creatures. But my personal favorite part is the jellyfish room!
The Shanghai Ocean Aquarium is located in the bustling Lujiazui section of Pudong, Shanghai. Located near the Oriental Pearl Tower, the aquarium exhibits a wide variety of marine life. The Aquarium's 168 m underwater tunnel is a central attraction and provides visitors the chance to explore several, distinct aquatic environments. The many animal species on display include spotted seals, Antarctic penguins, giant salamanders, and Chinese alligators, not to mention such aquarium treasures as weedy seadragons and zebra sharks.