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Phuket Aquarium, Phuket

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.3/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
See the weird and wonderful creatures that inhabit Thailand’s lakes, rivers, and seas, and learn about their underwater lives, at Phuket Aquarium. Journey through different habitats, including mountains, streams, mangroves, coral reefs, and the deep ocean. Though modestly sized, the aquarium both educates and entertains with its combination of lively aquatic displays and interactive exhibits. Before you head to Cape Panwa, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Cape Panwa trip itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Cape Panwa has to offer, including Phuket Aquarium.
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  • Phuket is going to places where ranks first among, but not necessarily, I think a much larger aquarium in Ankara and nice if I say it is not worth your time is limited
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  • 安静的攀瓦角 水族馆不大 东西也不算多 大人180B 小朋友100B 小朋友108cm以下免票 每天11:00-11:30 喂食 目前新馆正在修建 下次再来可以看新馆咯 
  • Last admission that come and go. 40-50 per person, not sure, see marine animals in the time before, because it is not yet time to cool than cold air crook. The rainy season, people didn't have access to our own group, just for a start, there are coming to think of childhood, suitable to children watching the fish very cute Ben shifts.
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  • My daughter love this so much. We come here every year. It's not a big aquarium, however, inside is well organised and maintained. The aquarium locate at the beautiful point of Phuket.
  • Way too many chinese tourist. They are way too loud and rude. The aquariums are wonderful but impossible to enjoy.
  • Small in scale, but nicely presented, and very good value - about ten pounds for a family of five. There is a good variety to look at, mainly in smaller tanks, with one big tank and a viewing tunnel. Also a video presentation about Thailand's contribution to marine conservation, aimed at children and narrated by a slightly creepy anamatronic mermaid.
  • In 2012 nokia maps brought me here after spending days with no where to go left on my vacation. Placed on southeast corner of the island, a fisherman's village, and an aquarium. Thank you nokia.
  • A surprisingly awsome site of interest, ideal for a daytrip that suits all ages. It's completely bilingual, an unusual find in Thailand :) Most impressed with the quality of exhibitions and the selection of species and its strong emphasis marine preservation through education. . A word class marine world!
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