Siam Ocean World, Thailand
This great aquarium features seven unique zones, the Weird and Wonderful, Deep Reef, Living Ocean, Rainforest, Rocky Shore, Open Ocean and Sea Jellies. There are 30,000 animals situated here, of 400 different species. They offer feeding shows twice a day, which feature sharks, rays, penguins and otters. Siam Ocean World takes up 10,000 square meters, and it is located in the basement of the Siam Paragon shopping mall. It is a part of the Oceanis Australia Group.
S.E.A. Aquarium, Singapore
The S.E.A. Aquarium (South East Asia Aquarium) on Sentosa Island, Singapore, contains the world's largest collection of manta rays, including the unique giant oceanic manta ray in captivity. It was the world's largest aquarium by total water volume until 2014 when it was surpassed by the Chimelong Ocean Kingdom.
Comprising 49 different habitats, the aquarium takes guests on an underwater voyage beginning from Southeast Asia and continues through the Arabian Gulf and the Open Ocean. The centerpiece of the Aquarium is the Open Ocean tank with more than 18,000,000 l (4,000,000 imp gal; 4,800,000 US gal) and 50,000 animals.
Shanghai Ocean Aquarium, China
This aquarium features the longest underwater tunnel in the world. This tunnel has representations of all around the world, including fish from China’s Yangtze River, through the Amazon Rainforest, to the mangroves of Australia, to the rainforests in Southeast Asia. It ends in the representation of a polar region. They have daily feeding shows in the mornings and afternoons, of Spotted Seals, Penguins, Sharks and more. It is a wonderful place if you want to learn about the fish of many different regions all in one location.
Aquaria KLCC, Malaysia
This aquarium is designed around the idea of going from the land into the sea. It takes up 60,000 square feet, and is located in the center of the city, near the famous PETRONAS Twin Towers.
They even have a small spa you can check out, the AQUAZONE Fish Therapy Center, where you can stick your feet in the water and have fish nibble your dead skin off! They offer assorted exhibits, from evolution to the deep forest to the jungle to the Malaysian rainforest. There is not only sea life, but also reptiles and amphibians.
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Japan
The Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, designed by the famous American architect Peter Chermayeff, appears very stylish from outside and hosts one whale shark and a wide variety of other species, including otters, sea lions, penguins, dolphins, rays, and jellyfish.
Completed in 1990, it is one of the oldest aquariums in this list. Typical for this time, the size of the viewing panel is not nearly as big as in aquariums that are more recent.
National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Taiwan
Pingtung, Taiwan is home to this fascinating marine life park. They house an exhibit called the Waters of Taiwan, featuring the biology of high mountain streams, rivers and reservoirs. This aquarium is located right along the coast, and according to Tripadvisor, it is huge.
Dubai Aquarium, Dubai
The Dubai Aquarium is situated inside the Dubai Mall, the largest shopping mall in the world based on total area and sixth largest by gross leasable area.
The gigantic viewing panel itself is the top attraction. It contains over 300 sharks and rays, including the largest collection of Sand Tiger sharks in the world, but other popular denizens consist of sumo-sized groupers and massive schools of pelagic fish.