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Top 5 World’s Largest Aquariums

Aquariums can be seen in most households nowadays. Aquariums gather a tiny space in our living rooms, yet it makes the environment so relaxing and charming. It helps us re-focus and recapitulate our energy to work. Here’s the List of the largest Aquariums from all over the world. If you love visiting the ocean and seas and want to watch it up close, these huge aquariums are a great place to start. There are numerous types of different aquatic life in these aquariums. They feature popular kinds of fish, sharks, rays, and the cutest penguins.

  1. Dubai Aquarium, Dubai (U.A.E.)
    Dubai is a city known for its fantastic nightlife in the world. We all know that Dubai is the place where artificial magic happens. Dubai Aquarium is one of the greatest inventions of humans to date. This Aquarium is 502,000 square meters featuring over 50 different kinds of sharks and six penguins’ habitats.
    Visitors can see them swimming from the enormous underwater tunnel passage. Especially kindergarten kids love this place the most than any adult does. It has a gigantic viewing panel which is undoubtedly the top attraction of tourists worldwide. It costs around 54USD each person.
  2. Oceanografic, Valencia (Spain)
    The Oceanographic holds more than 45000 types of different marine species within a vast area of 110,000 sq. meters and is located in the part of Valencia, Spain. The Oceanographic has been ranked as one of the best Aquariums by the most popular traveling websites, Trip Advisor and Lonely Planet.
    Fantastic Aquarium is not only very informative about each animal species they have, but it’s also geared towards reducing pollution, recycling, and helping environmental resources. At around 28 USD per person, you can enjoy this extraordinary experience.
  3. S.E.A. Aquarium, Singapore (Singapore)
    S.E.A. is a medium-sized aquarium featuring more than 1000 animal species across more than 40 diverse habitats. It is packed in an area of 80,937sq meters. The interactive activities and programs complement the vast array of aquatic life. These programs are initiated to educate people about open sea life and inspire them to save nature.
    The animal galley consists of five galleries: Tropical Diver, Ocean Voyager, Cold Water, River Scout, and Dolphin Tales. S.E.A. Aquarium is on Sentosa Island, Singapore. Tickets cost around 36 USD for each person.
  4. Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Osaka (Japan)
    Osaka Aquarium has more than 500 tanks that pack some spectacular animals, including the world’s most giant whale shark. It’s located in Minato Ward, near Osaka Bay, with a floor area of 26,570 sq meters. There’s also a mall to walk around and chill.
    More than just a local aquarium, the Osaka Aquarium is a kind of art complex dedicated to marine life and creatures around the Pacific Rim. Osaka Aquarium properly showcases the marine habitats and their Ocean life. It features Dolphins, penguins, sea lions, whale sharks, and jellyfish. Tickets are priced at around 16 USD per person.
  5. Aqua Planet Jeju, (Jeju, South Korea)
    Aqua Planet Jeju is in Jeju, South Korea. It’s a bit on the outskirt of the main International Airport in South Korea. Suitable if you rent a car when planning to visit Aqua Planet Jeju in South Korea. Aqua Planet is Asia’s largest Aquarium, with a massive floor of 25,600 sq. meters.
    The Aquarium itself is very clean and well-organized. It has a great collection of different kinds of fish, sharks, penguins, and even dolphins too! Also, you can book a dolphin show separately if it comes within your budget. Sea lovers would love exposing themselves to marine life. Tickets are priced at around 1630 USD per person.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email