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Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

The Shanghai Ocean Aquarium is a public aquarium located in Shanghai, China. It is home to an Oranda goldfish named Bruce which measures 17.129 in. (43.507 cm) from snout to tail fin! Bruce was named after Bruce Lee. The Shanghai Ocean aquarium also has the longest underwater tunnel in the world.

Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

With "experiencing the wonders of the five continents at the bottom of the sea" as its exhibition theme, the aquarium is made up of 8 major areas of asia, south america (amazan), australia, africa, cold water, polar area, sea water and deep ocean with 28 large-scale theme marine life exhibition areas, displaying the 300 species and ten thousand more rare fishes from all over the world, including the most special ones like poisonous frog, jelly fish, moonfish, leaf seadragon, king penguin, common perch. etc. there are 4 submarine tunnels which may be rated as the longest in the world, with a total length of 168 meters. the unique auto submarine tunnel, 180 degree and 270 degree all direction sightseeing windows may make tourists feel they are on the scene.

Evaluation: It's the largest modern ocean aquarium in asia adjacent to the oriental pearl tv tower and jingmao tower, which is another symbolic cultural scenic spot in pudong.

Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

How to get there

Location: No.158 of yingchuan north road pudong
Transportation: metro No.2 line, No.85, 81 and 797 buses etc.
Open Time: 9:00-21:00
Admission Fee: RMB110 for adults; 70 yuan for children of 80cm to 1.4 meters high.