If anyone hasn't heard of it yet, Piamari (Pangandaran Integrated Aquarium and Marine Institute) was supposed to be the largest aquarium in Indonesia, rivaling SeaWorld Ancol and Jakarta Aquarium. It was supposed to open in March 2020, but the pandemic held back the aquarium from opening since the first cases were detected on the same month. Many cities in Indonesia went on a lockdown that lasted from March to May, until the cases decreased significantly. From what I see on this website, the building is ready and the tanks has been filled with water. I heard that there are plans of importing Sand Tiger Sharks and Sandbar Sharks from Guangzhou, China. The last Sand Tiger Shark housed in Indonesia was in SeaWorld Ancol back in its early days, until it died from intestinal bleeding. Sandbar Sharks hasn't been housed in Indonesian aquariums yet, but SeaWorld Ancol used to house Grey Reef Sharks and a female Bull Shark that lasted from 2007 to 2012. The Bull Shark was euthanized since it was too dangerous. (sigh) Anyways, does anyone here knows what happens to Piamari? Was it canned/abandoned or its opening is delayed to 2021, when vaccinations starts in Indonesia? If it was delayed to 2021, it might be opening on Q2 or Q3 2021, when the vaccinations are halfway done and herd immunity has restored normal life for Indonesians. Akuarium Terowongan Terpanjang di Indonesia, Tebak Ada di Mana?