Freshwater Fish Park Kuala Selangor (Freshwater Fish Aquarium)was developed by Majlis Daerah Kuala Selangor as one of the initiatives project to boots tourism in Kuala Selangor. The development was begun in 2004, the park was started operation on 1 January 2009. Freshwater Fish Park cover 5 acres of land and located in Taman Alam Forest Reserved (Hutan Simpan Taman Alam), just next to the Malawati Hill (Bukit Melawati). It taken 5 minutes from Malawati Hill to the Freshwater Fish Park by tram.
The Freshwater Fish Aquarium boasts of at least 1500 number of fishes out of 60 species such as the Aligator Gar Fish ( Ikan Buaya ), Giant Snakehead ( Toman ), Tor Tambra ( Kelah ), Golden Arowana ( Kelisa ), Walking Catfish ( Keli ) and many more. Interestingly, most of the fishes are from the Selangor River, Kuala Selangor. Visitors can get information on the concept of the Freshwater Fish Park, types of freshwater fish and their history in Kuala Selangor and traps used by fishermen such as bubu udang, bubu daun, bubu saadah, raga tok, raga batang, serkap and many more as displayed in the gallery. Each exhibit is accompanied by a clear description including the scientific name of the different species of freshwater fish on display.
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: 9.00am – 6.00pm
Just need to purchase Tourist Train Ticket to visit Freshwater Fish Park & Bukit Melawati (RM5.00 – Adult)
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