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Manila Ocean Park is a resort with an oceanarium and diversity of aquatic life.
The first educational facility is an integrated urban resort that includes marine life attractions as well as a habitat for thousands of aquatic species from the Philippines and Southeast Asia. On March 1, 2008, it was officially opened. The Philippines is one of the most visited countries in Asia. Apart from the amazing island, Filipino cuisine, and culture. Manila Ocean Attraction is the first Oceanarium park in the Philippines. It's a resort that includes an oceanarium and a wide variety of aquatic life. There are various exhibitions as well as a vast diversity of aquatic life to be seen here. Manila Ocean Park is the country's first marine theme park.
Acquatica Sea Lion Show in Manila Ocean Park
The Oceanarium and Evening Symphony Show
Explore the Oceanarium, which homes thousands of aquatic species from the Philippines and Southeast Asia, and channel your inner explorer. A spiral pedestrian tunnel in the complex's core provides spectacular underwater views of sea creatures swimming overhead, and an indoor glass-bottom boat ride allows you to witness the beautiful marine life beneath you. In this spacious, state-of-the-art enclosure. Get up close and personal with a sea lion while interacting and requesting behaviors from out of the water. A wonderful opportunity for non-swimmers or those who want to remain dry, to interact with them you can dive into the glittering water while wearing an aquanaut's helmet, or you can indulge in a fish spa, where little fish nibble at your feet, leaving you energized and renewed. The evening symphony concert, a beautiful display of lights, music, and synchronized fountains is a fantastic way to end a stimulating day.
Birds of Prey Kingdom
The Dancing Jellies
Jellies Dancing Sea Fairies
The translucent bodies of the jellies, as well as their ability to capture light in unique and beautiful ways, inspired the look and feel of the attraction. The cylindrical and wall-mounted aquariums provide stunning lighting displays and music. Furthermore, these tanks are contained in two dark chambers with infinite mirrors. The reflections give the impression of being overrun by these bright and delicate sea fairies. The Oceanarium is essentially the same thing, but I believe the mermaid performance has been stopped. I couldn't tell if there were more fish although some aquariums seemed to have larger ones, there were definitely more attractions, such as the Jellies Dancing Sea Fairies, Marine Life Show, Aquanaut Voyage, Swimming, and Musical Fountain Show.
The Manila Ocean Park: An Exciting Adventure Recommendation from Me
- Oceanarium, a curving walking tunnel for underwater viewing, is one of my faves. It is home to 14,000 aquatic creatures representing 277 distinct species. We also rode the 4D movie ride, which we enjoyed.
- The highlight finale is the culminating event, the Symphony Evening Show. I absolutely love the show, and it continues to fascinate me.
- Teresa's Pasalubong is a Filipino delicacy for gifts for your loved ones. Pastillas, yema, strawberry jam, and other delicacies from different parts of the Philippines can be purchased.
- Makan-Makan Asian Village Restaurant because I love Asian cuisine. Also, the Garden Dining by White Moon Bar ended up taking on the situation straight on and created a delivery menu that I absolutely enjoy. (Available on 2nd floor)
- The last thing we did was go shopping at the Manila Ocean Park Souvenir Shop, where you can buy souvenir items such as toys, decorations, and clothing.
The Sea Lion Show
Here's Manila Ocean Park Rates:
The Main Attractions of Manila Ocean Park: Amazing Stories of Yexel's Museum, Birds of prey Kingdom, World of Creepy Crawlies, The Birdhouse, Augmented Reality Encounter, Fish Spa, Jellies Exhibit, The Barnyard, Trails to Antarctica, Aquanaut Voyage, Sharks and Rays Encounter, Mermaid Swim Experience, Oceanarium, Sea Lion Show, All-Star Bird Show, Symphony Show, Penguin Talk Show, Back of the House and All-Star Show.
- Aquanaut Rate PHP 995
- Sharks and Rays Swim Encounter Rate PHP 550
- Mermaid Swim Experience Rate PHP 350
- Be A Sea Lion Trainer Rate PHP 800
(Children will always be accompanied by a guardian/parent for Encounter Activities)
- Marine Voyage 15 PHP 995:
Oceanarium, Back of the house Trails to Antarctica, Penguin Exhibit & Christmas Village, Jellies Exhibit, Penguin Talk Show, The Barnyard All-Star Show, The Birdhouse, Sea Lion Show Sharks & Rays Encounter World of Creepy Crawlies & Symphony Evening Show.
- Sea Breeze Express 11 PHP 760:
Oceanarium, Fish Spa Back of the house, Jellies Exhibit Penguin Talk Show, Birds of the Prey Kingdom, Sea Lion Show Sharks & Rays Dry Encounter All Bird Show World of Creepy Crawlies & Symphony Evening Show.
- Ocean's Madness 4 PHP 610:
Oceanarium Trails to Antarctica, Penguin Exhibit & Christmas Village, and Symphony Evening Show
- Deep-Sea Rush 6 PHP 590:
Oceanarium, Back of the House, Jellies Exhibit, Sea Lion Show, Sharks & Rays Encounter, and Symphony Evening Show.
- Online Mega Splash Sale PHP 399:
Oceanarium, Trails to Antarctica, Penguin Exhibit & Christmas Village, and Symphony Evening Show.
- Best Birthday Bash Marine Voyage PHP 2985:
Oceanarium, Fish Spa, Back of the house, Trails to Antarctica, Penguin Exhibit & Christmas Village, Jellies Exhibit, Penguin Talk, Birds of Prey Kingdom, The Barnyard, The Bird House, Sea Lion Show, Sharks & Rays Dry Encounter, All-Star Bird Show, World of Creepy Crawlies and Symphony Evening Show
- Birthday Treats Rate Packages: Best Birthday Bash - Sea Breeze Express PHP 2280
Oceanarium Fish Spa, Back of the House Penguin, Talk Show, Jellies Exhibit, Sea Lion Show, Sharks & Rays Dry Encounter All-Star Bird Show World of Creepy Crawlies Symphony Evening Show.
NOTE: Please bring your valid ID, birth certificate, or driver's license. Rates may change.
The Fish Spa
How to get in Manila Ocean Park?
From Ninoy Aquino International Airport
- NAIA Terminal 2 gets off to Robinsons Route towards NAIA Terminal 1
- Get off to Luneta Park/Rizal Park. You can see the Quirino Grandstand then right behind is Manila Ocean Park.
From Manila - Route 1
- LRT 1 Station to United Nations Station
- Turn left, then walk for one block along Taft Avenue until you get to Teodoro M. Kalaw.
- Turn left at Kalaw continue to walk three blocks until you get to Parade Avenue/Quirino Street.
- Turn right after you get to Luneta Park/Rizal Park. You can see Manila Ocean Park right behind is Quirino Grandstand.
From Manila Route 2
- From Taft/Divosoria/UST ride a jeep going to Taft Avenue/M.H. Del Pilar/Luneta/Baclaran then get off to Luneta Park/Rizal Park.
- Walkthrough Luneta Park/Rizal Park until you get to Parade Avenue/Quirino Street. You can turn Teodoro M. Kalaw. On the left side of Luneta Park/Rizal Park walk straight along with past General Luna
- If you get past Rizal Park/Museum of Manila you can see the Quirino Grandstand right behind is Manila Ocean Park.
From Makati Route 1
MRT - LRT Station
- Take the MRT to Taft terminal Station.
- Walkthrough the connecting bridge going to LRT 1-EDSA Station.
- Take LRT 1 to the United Nations Station.
- Cross Taft Avenue goes to Times Square Plaza.
- Turn right continue walking until one block along Taft Avenue. If you get to Teodoro M. Kalaw.
- Turn left at Teodoro M. Kalaw and continue walking three blocks until you get to Parade Avenue/Quirino Street.
- Turn right, you can see Luneta Park/Rizal Park and the Museum of Manila. You can see the Quirino Grandstand right behind is Manila Ocean Park.
From Makati Route 2
- From Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue or Buendia and Makati Avenue/Ayala Avenue take the PVP Liner bus to Taft Avenue/Lawton get off to Luneta Park/Rizal Park.
- Cross Taft Avenue towards of Luneta Park/Rizal Park.
- Walkthrough Luneta Park/Rizal Park until you get through Parade Avenue/Quirino Street. You can choose either:
- You can choose to go to Rizal Park and walk straight past along ( Department of Finance, Department of Tourism, National Library, and Roxas Boulevard).
- Turn on Teodoro M. Kalaw (left side of Luneta Park/Rizal Park) walks straight past along the (General Luna, Department of Tourism, Maria Y. Orosa, Churucca, San Carlos, National Library, A. Mabini, M. H Del Pilar, Roxas Boulevard and Museum of Manila).
- If you get past Luneta Park/Rizal Park you can see the Quirino Grandstand. Right behind is Manila Ocean Park.
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