Bali Presents New Education Tourism, Learn Marine Biota by Touch

Bali Reef Aquarium, Aquatic Center
Bali Reef Aquarium, Aquatic Center
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VIVA – Again and again, Bali presents interesting new education tourism, namely Bali Reef Aquarium. This new education tourism allows visitors to directly touch various marine biota in an aquarium on Hang Tuah Street, Sanur, South Denpasar. Visitors can visit this place from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. local time in Bali.

The owner of the Bali Reef Aquarium, Evelyn Sinugroho, said that this tourism has a cafe concept with a touch pool aquarium. Where visitors can learn about marine biota by touch.

"We have just released the concept of a cafe with a touch pool aquarium. Our vision is to focus more on aquatic education. We want people to know more about aquatic life. So, we focus on education," Evelyn Sinugroho on Thursday, September 8, 2022, at Denpasar.

Marine biota that can be touched directly by visitors consists of coral, stingrays, starfish, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, gecko sharks, and small fish. The total number is no more than 20 biotas.

This marine biota is specially selected and treated so as not to harm visitors. The Bali Reef Aquarium even collaborates with the Bali Province Marine Resources Conservation Center (BKSDA) to ensure that the marine biota presented is safe to hold.

Evelyn Sinugroho said that in one day, visitors to this aquatic spot can reach 50 people, especially children from Indonesian citizens and foreign tourists who want to learn about Indonesia's marine life.

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