Thackeray wants world-class, multilevel aquarium in Mumbai
    Mumbai, Dec 2 (PTI) Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav
Thackeray wants a multilevel aquarium in Mumbai on the lines
of Bangkok-based Ocean World, a popular tourist attraction in
    Thackeray on Monday ordered the state tourism
department to draft a proposal to develop a multilevel
aquarium in Mumbai.
    He issued the instruction after holding a meeting with
Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) officials
    Thackeray said, Mumbai is an international city.
Tourists will start coming to Mumbai via its international
cruise terminal. Hence, as a part of it we need to have an
international multilevel aquarium in the first stage.
    "I have asked the officials to prepare a proposal for
the project."
    Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World (formerly known as Siam
Ocean World) is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast
Asia. Located two storeys below Siam Paragon shopping mall, it
has over 30,000 marine animals from across the world.
    At the meeting, the chief minister reviewed major
tourism projects which are under development and also those
which have been proposed. PTI ND

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