Jakarta Aquarium and Safari (JAQS) released sea turtles back to the wild for the first time as part of what they see as their obligation to support wildlife conservation, as a centre for conservation and education.
Jakarta Aquarium & Safari (JAQS), a conservation division of Taman Safari Indonesia unveils another surprise: a Lantern Festival!
Director of Jakarta Aquarium, Hans Manansang, revealed the challenges faced by the educational aquatic theme park during the pandemic, and what it took to carry on.
From a romantic dinner surrounded by exotic marine creatures to a Love Letter Board, Jakarta Aquarium is an absolutely unique place to go to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Combining theatre stage, water world and legendary Indonesian story, Jakarta Aquarium presents a world class performance "The Pearl of The South Sea" created by Peter Wilson.
Jakarta Aquarium gained recognition as a prominent edutainment destination in no small part thanks to their endeavour in promoting ocean conservation through positive interaction and informative experience.
The Indonesian National Day has always been a cause for celebration among Jakartans. Check out some of these attractive programmes from our friends and partners around town as we celebrate Independence Day 2019.
Located within Neo Soho Mall, West Jakarta, Jakarta Aquariom Indonesia (JAI) is no stranger to superlatives when it comes to its marine collection.
This popular tourist destination in Jakarta was honoured with a recognition as part of their mission in promoting ocean conservation that has attracted many visitors last year.
Jakarta Aquarium offers educational programmes where everyone can learn about aquatic biota, preservation and conservation.
Jakarta Aquarium offers a unique and engaging marine experience in one fun package while inviting visitors to protect the future of our ocean.
Jakarta Aquarium presents the concept of a holiday in nature, displaying the beauty and diversity of Indonesian waters. We take you on a journey from soothing and romantic to more adventurous.
Jakarta Aquarium conducted a marine educational programme for elementary and junior high school students at Tidung Island, Pulau Seribu
Jakarta Aquarium, home to hundreds of mammals, reptiles, insects and various species of Indonesian marine fish, is officially open.
First held in June, Jakarta Aquarium’s successful Aqua Camp aims to engage children with undersea world, returns from 13 to 27 July.