Kunal Aquarium Gwalior is located at b-41 dwarika puri, Sai Baba Mandir Rd, Dwarkapuri, near, kela devi, Madhya Pradesh 474001, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Kunal Aquarium Gwalior and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Adi Vardhan

4 Google Rating

It was a nicely maintained aquarium. There are aquariums according to one's need and desire. Fish fo

4/ 5

It was a nicely maintained aquarium. There are aquariums according to one's need and desire. Fish food is also available there. And marine life plants are also available. An underwater life freak can go there. Nice experience. Photography was not allowed there.

Pankaj Vohra

5 Google Rating

Nice collection of fish and aquarium accessories. Prices compatible.

5/ 5

Nice collection of fish and aquarium accessories. Prices compatible.

Avinash singh

5 Google Rating

Best shop for all species of fish and birds.but price are higher then ohter market

5/ 5

Best shop for all species of fish and birds.but price are higher then ohter market

Devansh Sinha

5 Google Rating

Excellent Collection of various birds fishes and their products at very nominal price under the sam

5/ 5

Excellent Collection of various birds fishes and their products at very nominal price under the same roof ..

JeSteR

5 Google Rating

Owner suprb h yrr

5/ 5

Owner suprb h yrr

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