BEACH WALK

Beach Walk

With the desire to contribute to raising the importance of mangroves and the people's awareness of mangrove protection, especially the young Vietnamese generation, we have come up with the idea and built the concept of mangroves in Lotte World Aquarium Hanoi.
Besides, we also recreated the image of Ca Ong Temple - a religious destination for the people of the sea before each sailing. In the cultural life of the coastal areas of Vietnam, fishermen consider Ca Ong as the god who protects life and property while at sea and doing marine work. Therefore, the custom of worshiping Ca Ong of the coastal people has become a fairly popular form of belief.
In addition, visitors can also walk among the coral reefs - the most diverse ecosystem of the ocean. Well-protected coral reefs will create an ecological environment for thousands of benthic and fish species, including precious species.

Featured Animals

  • White Spotted Bamboo Shark

    Scientific name: Chiloscyllium plagiosum

    Special point:

    – The White Spotted Bamboo Shark avoids people, during the day. Nocturnal, it is active at night. it prey on fishes and crustaceans..

  • Clearfin Lionfish

    Scientific name: Pterois Radiata

    Special points:

    – Lionfish has 13 venomous spines along its back, used to defend itself.

    – These spines are connected with a clear firm-like membrane.

  • Yellow and blueback fusilier

    Scientific name: Caesio teres

    Special points:

    – The Yellow and Blueback Fusilier has a brilliant yellow tail, upper back and posterior region of the dorsal fin. The rest of the body is bright blue above and white below.

    – It feeds on zooplankton. It is diurnal, and lives in groups and forms schools with other species of fusiliers such as Caesio xanthonota.

  • Giant carpet anemone

    Scientific name: stichodactyla Gigantea

    Special points:

    – The blue carpet anemone is the largest species of anemone available. They have short, small tentacles

    – May cause injury to human hands if proper protective equipment is not used when catching them

  • Feather Duster Worms

    Scientific name: Sabellastarte spp

    Special point:

    – “The Feather duster worm” hides on the floor, between stones, corals, and shells.

Highlights

Touch Pool

Touch pool (paid)

Marine Education Class

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  • Fresh Town

  • Sea Adventure

  • Ocean Square