Asian Arowana @ 龍魚

24K Golden Cross Back Arowana
Chili Red Arowana

Malaysian Golden Blue Base
The Asian Arowana (Scleropages Formosus) or better known as the "Dragon Fish", has been regarded as one of the Kings in Aquatic World due to its immense popularity, value and great looks. The unique shape, large mouth and scales, and air of mystery have made Asian Arowanas so special they have stolen the heart of many hobbyists. With its close resemblance to the Chinese Ancient Dragon, many Chinese all over the world believed that "Dragon Fish" symbolizes luck, wealth, prosperity and strength. Thus, making it one of the best fish to keep for good fengshui. It is said that water is where Chi gathers and Sheng Chin in an aquarium, is said to be beneficial. However, to ensure that the water has Yang energy, auspicious fish are necessary. This is where the "Dragon Fish" comes in demand, being widely accepted as the symbol of wealth.

Cultural Beliefs
Many people, particularly those from Asian cultures, consider Asian Arowana “lucky”. This reputation derives from the species resemblance to the Chinese dragon, considered an auspicious symbol. The large metallic scales and double barbels are features shared by the Chinese dragon, and the large pectoral fins are said to make the fish resemble a dragon in full flight.

In addition, positive Feng Shui associations with water and the colours red and gold make these fishes popular for aquariums. One belief is that while water is a place where chi gathers, it is naturally a source of yin energy and must contain an "auspicious" fish such as an arowana in order to have balancing yang energy. Another is that a fish can preserve its owner from death by dying itself.