The Shore Oceanarium

The Shore Oceanarium

Aside from the Sky Tower, The Shore has another attractions to visit. It is located at the level two of the shopping mall. The place is called The Shore Oceanarium.

Here,the visitors will have the opportunity to learn about various species of marine animals and their habitats. In fact, they are also given the opportunity to touch and interact with several kinds of animals such as shark, sea horses, starfish and many more at the place called the Touch Pool.

In addition to the Touch Pool, there are also other interesting sections where the visitors can explore. For example, the section called Interactive Zone. This zone has a “Magical Vacuum Aquarium / MVA Aquarium” where the visitors will have wear 3D glasses in order to enjoy 3D environment around them. They get to see mangrove trees, forests and various types of fish. There are also 3D movies for the visitors to watch.

Image by:The Shore Oceanarium Melaka

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Operating Hours

Daily: 10.30 a.m – 9.00 p.m


Adult: RM 33.00

Children/ Senior Citizen: RM 23.50


2F-01, The Shore Shopping Gallery,193, Pinggiran @ Sungai Melaka,Jalan Persisiran Bunga Raya, 75100 Melaka.

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Hear From Others

We were really impressed with the facility and layout of the place, with exhibits clearly labelled and well-spaced out.

Baby Sumo

My favourite part of the Oceanarium would definitely be the Interactive Touch Pool where I got to touch some of the sea creatures there. Sea cucumbers, horseshoe crab, starfish and baby sharks are some of the creatures that visitors get to touch! It was quite fun 😀



My kids love petting the baby sharks at the entrance and also feeding the turtles at the end. Strangely, they also found the 3D theatre very mesmerizing even though my husband and I were already begging them to move on ?


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