I came here while visiting the Coex mall with my sister, brother in law and wife. We came on a weekend, using the subway. If you travel to the aquarium using the subway you will have to walk a very long way. Perhaps the aquarium is on the other side of the mall. I felt like we walked the entire length of the mall. It was very crowded at the entrance to the aquarium (perhaps this was also due to the weekend) and at first I was neither impressed or enjoying myself. After traveling up an escalator there is a room filled with some pillars that have some fish swimming around in them. The pillars are not that large and the fish were rather small. I initially thought to myself that this place was pretty lame.
However as we walked on further into the aquarium the displays became larger and more elaborate. Fish were given their own enclosures and they were more exotic. Farther along in the aquarium there was actually large sea animals such as stingrays and sea cows. I think there was also a random enclosure that held some monkeys. I am not sure why there were monkeys in the aquarium.
So, the first part of the aquarium was kind of a dud, but it certainly got better as you travel further into the aquarium. I would recommend coming here on a day when it is not so busy, you will have more time to look at the fish and not be pushed along by hordes of people. Nice place to go if you like fish and sea animals.
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