Spread across nearly six acres, Underwater World Langkawi is one of the island’s best-known attractions. Located at the southern end of Pantai Cenang (almost at the border of Pantai Tengah), beside the Zon duty-free shopping centre, it is Malaysia’s largest aquarium. The huge white-washed structure houses more than 200 different species of marine and freshwater fish including harbour seals, rockhopper penguins, sharks, giant rays and the enormous Amazonian arapaima – the biggest freshwater fish in the world.
The Sub-Antarctic was probably the most popular section –with the harbour seals showing off their skills and speed in swimming and the ‘penguin-arium’ houses cute little rockhopper and black-footed penguins that cause quite a few people to crowd around the exhibit to get a good look.
A sea lion in his element…
Showing of his diving skills
This is a rockhopper penguin (if I am not mistaken)
Yours truly taking a break before continuing at a cafeteria inside the Underwater world Langkawi. ..