Melaka’s Oceanarium saved in the nick of time

The Shore Oceanarium reopening again to local tourists in Melaka.

MELAKA: The historic city’s iconic Oceanarium will reopen its doors today after a year of closure following the Covid-19 pandemic that almost caused the popular attraction to shut down for good.

The Shore Oceanarium CEO, Datuk Chew Chert Fong, said he was optimistic that the site will see an influx of domestic tourists.

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