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Scott’s Bright Little Explorers 'Sleep With Sharks' Experience At Aquaria KLCC!


Scott’s, part of GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Sdn  Bhd (GSK), has teamed up with aquaria KLCC to give children an opportunity to have a unique educational underwater experience in a bid to drive children’s curiosity to know more about our oceans, the sea life and conservation efforts.


Scott’s, a household name amongst parents in Malaysia, hosted the ‘Scott’s Bright Little Explorers at aquaria KLCC event that saw children aged 6 to 12 years old participate in a sleepover programme by aquaria KLCC dubbed ‘Sleep with Sharks’. Thanks Scott’s for the awesome opportunity to let the children to explore sea life and be independent as well!


Scotty and team was here to giving out Scott's DHA gummies that rich in Vitamin D and come in strawberry and orange flavour. MR and baby MH love to eat the Scott's DHA chewy gummies!  



The overnight event saw children participating in various educational activities, including live feeding sessions with sharks, sea otters, and piranhas, meeting the aquaria KLCC divers, as well as learning more about the underwater world. Children always have tone of question marks inside their mind and they can find “the answers” by exploring, experimenting and experiencing by themselves.


“The Scott’s Bright Little Explorers programme is an ongoing project which aims to stimulate children’s curiosity and support children’s development through on-ground educational activities. It has been reported that humanity has only explored less than 5% of the entire ocean to date1 and we believe that aquaria KLCC will spark the curiosity of our children to learn more about the underwater world and its inhabitants,” said Venaig Jegou, Area Marketing Director, Oral Health and Nutrition, South East Asia, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare.


“In addition, the rare opportunity of staying overnight at aquaria KLCC provides a unique experience of learning about nocturnal marine life and their habits as children have the chance to literally sleep next to sharks!” Venaig said.


Mouse mommy was happy that the children able to see, discover and learn the sea life and marine animals in “real”, not only read from books itself.  



“Aquaria KLCC is proud to partner with Scott’s in their Bright Little Explorers programme and provide these children with a unique ocean experience that can inspire them to learn more about ocean conservation, education and sea  ethics. We hope that through this experience, it will encourage children to take an interest in the science field, as well as marine biology.” said Daryl Foong, Head of Marketing and Sales Department of aquaria KLCC.


Mouse mommy was agree that this would be a great idea of early exposure for the kids to kick start their interest and care about marine biology field. Support!

Interested to get to know more about Scott’s Malaysia,


1 National Ocean Service. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US Department of Commerce, How much of the ocean have we explored? Accessed via: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/exploration.html. Last accessed: November 2017
2 EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies. EFSA Journal 2014;12(10):3840. 
3 2 EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition
and Allergies. EFSA Journal 2010;8(10):1734.

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