Explore the Charm of Marine Biodiversity in National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium
By TTNews Reporter Chang, Kuo-Shuan PINGTUNG, TAIWAN (TTNews) – Taiwan is an oceanic island, relying on marine resources and naturally creating a variety of marine tourism. However, the public is still lack of awareness of the importance of marine ecological conservation and the values of diverse and productive marine resources. Therefore, how to raise the public awareness of marine ecological protection depends on how people learn it through a fun-filled way. The people of Taiwan get the impression that the southern Taiwan is a paradise of water sports, and yet the marine recreational activity is somehow quite unitary and dull. Aside from banana boat riding, jet skiing, surfing and snorkeling, travelers can actually experience the depth of marine ecology in a more intellectual and profound way. National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium possesses a complete description of the marine ecosystem. Visitors to the aquarium will certainly marvel over the beauty of the ocean and the fascination of the marine biodiversity. The entire layout of the museum is basically divided into three major halls: the Water of Taiwan, the Coral Kingdom Pavilion and the Water of the World. National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium promises wonder and excitement around every corner and these three major halls will allow you to explore the secrets of the ocean realm. In addition to many spectacular sea creatures, such as white whales, seals, penguins, octopus, coral, etc., the museum also provides a number of thoughtful services, including briefings, field guides, fixed navigation, science education learning and more. If you want to have a one-of-a-kind experience, it is worthwhile to stay overnight in the museum. National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium not only offers visitors the opportunity to witness the magnificence of marine ecosystem, but it also makes an ideal location for family outing and school field trip.