30 Ogo 2019

SEA-MPHONY: A MELODIOUS UNDERWATER SPECTACLE



AS THE NATION celebrates its 62nd National Day, aquariaKLCC will be bringing joyful tunes as part of its own celebration. The “SEA-MPHONY” is a one- of-its kind performance combining culture and creativity through music. 

The show features our very own professional diver playing an underwater gong accompanied by a quartet from the renowned Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. The gong is a quintessential traditional Southeast Asian musical instrument which will bring a traditional twist to the familiar patriotic tunes.

Aquawalk Sdn Bhd Group Managing Director, Dato’ Simon Foong says 

“Music has the power to unite, like an orchestra when people work together it can create something truly remarkable. This year we are driving this message of patriotism and the importance of unity for a peaceful country”. 
“Our visitors of all walk of life can sing and dance while learning about the underwater world of aquariaKLCC” he adds.

The “SEA-MPHONY” performance happens at 11am on 30th & 31st August 2019 and at 4pm on 15th & 16th September 2019.




LAUNCHING OF AQUAPONIC SCHOOL COMPETITION

In line with the theme of 2019 National Day and Malaysia Day celebration “Sayangi Malaysiaku: Malaysia Bersih”, aquariaKLCC has joined hands with Ministry of Education (MOE), STEM center and EDUWEBTV to launch aquaponic school competition. 

Beginning on 13th June 2019, 10 schools from the Putrajaya precinct have started building their aquaponic system using recycled materials with limited budget and space. The competition runs for 6 months and will end in November 2019.

Each school is represented by a group of Form 4 students. This competition will not only test the students with their mechanical building skills, but also their leadership qualities, team work, creativity & innovative thinking skills. The winners will walk away with travel vouchers, sponsored by KL Hop-on Hop-off and Wonderfly Asia.




An aquaponic is a hybrid term that combines hydroponics (soil-less growing of plants) and aquaculture (raising fish). It is a highly efficient system for food production as it re-uses nutrients from the fish feces to grow the crop plants in ecological cycle. It is an environmentally friendly and high sustainability system which creates a near zero-waste discharge.

Admission fees are RM49 (adult) and RM39 (children) for MyKad Holders and RM69 (adults) and RM59 (children) for non MyKad Holders. www.aquariaklcc.com

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