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    Thailand Aquarium Companies, Thai Aquarium Manufacturers


    Thailand is an ideal place to start your sourcing of aquariums and aquarium products. Such as acrylic aquariums, plastic aquariums and glass aquariums from the best of Thailand Aquarium Manufacturers.

    There are so many aquariums to choose from, constructed of many different materials and available at different prices. Household aquariums, aquariums for the office or commercial building and super sized aquariums built for aquatic parks and exhibition centers.

    If you are looking for a single tank or equipment for your home aquarium, and you live in Bangkok, I would recommend visiting the numerous shops that can be found at the rear right hand side of Chatuchak market. If you are looking for wholesale quantities then I can approach the appropriate manufacturer. Please send me an email - bangkokcompanies@gmail.com

    . Bangkok Companies office aquarium - and my two prize fish!! .

    For more information about Aquariums, aquarium equipment, fish and plants please see this page: Thailand Aquarium Products Companies, Thai Aquarium Products Manufacturers

    Bangkok Companies is a full service product sourcing company in Thailand. For All your aquarium needs please email bangkokcompanies@gmail.com with your requests.

    Slice of sea life
    By Sirinya Wattanasukchai  

    Thailands first urban aquarium, which boasts 400 aquatic species, opens to the public today.

    So I went to take a look - 450 Baht!!! - 280 Baht for kids - So you rich guys out there, please send me a detailed report of your visit. As for me I am saving up

    Bangkoks first aquarium is worth a tour, even if it does lack some depth

    Upon entering Siam Ocean World Bangkok, the enormous aquarium in the Siam Paragon mega-mall, which opens today, you are struck by the unreality of the lighting. The experience is more like watching a film being shot under studio lights than seeing the rays of the sun filtered through the watery deep.

    And despite its huge volume, the 360-degree fishbowl fails to create the illusion of a vast ocean because the blue wall behind it was built too close to the viewing glass.

    There are more such deficiencies, perhaps temporary. Thanks to the bird flu scare, the penguin has for now been replaced by a pair of spotted seals from Japan.

    So its not perfect. But the aquarium is still worth a visit.

    Run by Siam Ocean World, a subsidiary of the Oceanis Australia Group, the edutainment?venue is touted as both Southeast Asias biggest aquarium and the countrys first urban aquarium. The total area is 10,000-square meters (about the size of two football fields) and the tanks contain more than 30,000 aquatic creatures from 400 species.

    After a tour, some visitors said that the slightly more realistic Pattaya aquarium would be the better of the two if only it was as big as the Bangkok aquarium.

    Through interactive features, Siam Ocean World tries to set itself apart from others in Thailand, which usually limit their explanations of sea life to a list of their scientific and common names. Here, audio guides are available in Thai and English; Mandarin and Japanese will come soon.

    But marine expert and travel writer Thon Thamrongnawasawat, who has visited numerous aquariums around the world, says the information provided is too brief and irrelevant to a Thai audience.

    He wouldve liked to have seen the curators include more local content that visitors can relate to, such as where the creatures inside the tank can be found in Thailand. But its understandable [that they didnt], because they made it a Disney-like aquarium mainly for tourists, not Thais.?br>
    Still, the place is impressive enough that it should meet its goal of 1.55 million visitors during its first year, even if the ticket prices are on the high side. Overall, the Oceanis Australia Group has built the thing to an international standard. But it appears that the venue is not 100-percent ready for tours yet; Thon says it opened to the public ahead of schedule.

    The aquarium is divided into seven zones: Weird and Wonderful, Deep Reef, Living Ocean, Rain Forest, Rocky Shore, Open Ocean and Sea Jelly. Among the highlights are the 14 ragged-tooth sharks from South Africa, which have never before been exhibited in Thailand. The stingrays are too young and small to boast about.

    The Rocky Shore zone offers a touch pool; chocolate-chip starfish, ordinary starfish and sea urchins can be handled. Through a microphone, visitors can communicate with the divers in the tank and instruct them to, say, play with a shark. The divers cant talk back, but you can hear them breathing and the underwater sounds around them.

    Other highlights include the 360-degree fishbowl, the 43-meter tunnel under the tank and daily shark feeding shows at 1:30pm and 5:30pm.

    The Chevy sedan turned into a fish tank at the exit should prove to be another popular feature.

    Touring the venue, you see the same tanks from different perspectives, making the place seem even bigger than it is. There are also glass-bottom boats from which you can feed the fishes. This costs extra.

    All the fish on display are certainly real; not so with the props they swim around. The builders used fiberglass coral, stones, seaweed and plants inside the tanks in order to preserve the environment, they say.

    Going to the sea is how we visit the world of the fishes, says Thon, but going to an aquarium is how we bring the fish into our world. Probably a million Thais, he says, go diving and see the real thing underwater.

    The aquarium is nothing compared to the real world of water, but it will be a good chance for the other 60 million Thais to see [sea creatures].?

    Featured Thailand Aquarium Companies

    Following you will find lists of different types of aquariums available for export from companies involved in the aquarium business in Thailand. If you want Bangkok Companies to put you in touch with an aquarium company or simply supply a database of these companies then please email bangkokcompanies@gmail.com

    Acrylic Aquariums
    Acrylic Bow Front Aquariums
    Acrylic Fish Tanks
    Acrylic Pentagon Aquariums
    Acrylic Quarter Cylinder Aquariums
    Acrylic Rectangular Aquariums
    Acrylic Tanks
    Acrylic Vista Aquariums
    Aqua Dome Acrylic Aquariums
    Aqua Scapes Acrylic Aquariums
    Aqua Table Acrylic Aquariums
    Aqua Towers Acrylic Aquariums
    Reptile Tanks
    Aquarium Table
    Cabinet Aquarium
    Coffee Table Aquarium
    Column Aquariums
    Community Tank
    Corner Aquariums
    Flat Back Aquariums
    Custom Aquariums
    Custom Built Fish Tanks
    Custom Made Aquariums
    Custom Built Aquariums
    Fish Tanks
    Food Fishtanks
    Freshwater Fish Aquariums
    Tropical Fish Aquariums
    Freshwater Fish Tanks
    Tropical Fish Tanks
    Freshwater Aquariums
    Garden Aquariums
    Glass Aquariums
    Glass Fish Bowls
    Hanging Aquarium
    Living Picture Aquarium
    Living Picture Aquariums
    Marine Aquariums
    Marine Fish Tanks
    Novelty Aquariums
    Oceanic Tanks
    Ornamental Aquariums
    Pentagon Aquarium
    Picture Frame Aquarium
    Plastic Fish Bowls
    Plastic Aquariums
    Plastic Fish Tanks
    Rectangular Aquarium
    Reef Aquarium
    Reef Aquariums
    Saltwater Aquariums
    Table Aquariums
    Tabletop Fish Tanks
    Tabletop Aquariums
    Tower Aquariums
    Tropical Aquariums
    Tropical Fish Tanks
    Wall Mounted Aquarium


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