Throwback Thursday: Manila Ocean Park

Time really flies fast, it is Christmas season again. I haven’t even started buying gifts for my family. Oh no!

I can still remember last year around this time, we went to Manila Ocean Park. It is located at 666, Behind Quirino Grandstand, Luneta, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines.

How to get here:

The fastest and easiest way to get there is by taking a cab. Haha.

I’m pretty sure you can also take a jeepney but definitely you would need to walk.

And so because I can’t help it, I’ve searched on how to get here. Hope that helps. ๐Ÿ™‚

Rates:

You can select a package from 3 to as many as 12 attractions. For as low as 400PHP up to 1100PHP.

We bought the package with three attractions: Oceanarium, Trails to Antarctica, and the Symphony of Lights which is an evening show. Plus we also bought a ticket to see the Jellies Exhibit for an additional fee. We initially wanted to see the All Star Bird Show attraction however, that time it is not operating.

At present, they have added more attractions to their list so I guess I have enough reason to visit the place again. ๐Ÿ™‚

Manila Ocean Park

I just stopped to admire the view. ๐Ÿ™‚

Manila Ocean Park

On our way to the Oceanarium.

Manila Ocean Park

With different wildlife species.

Manila Ocean Park

And colorful fishes.

Manila Ocean Park

Looks like Dory from the movie Finding Nemo. ๐Ÿ™‚

Manila Ocean Park

Imagine yourself inside with that fish. Scary!

Manila Ocean Park

Shark galore.

Manila Ocean Park

Inside the Oceanarium. It is a 25 meter long, 220 degree curved walkway tunnel with lots of marine creatures.

Manila Ocean Park

You can also get inside the big aquarium. Sharks and Rays Aquanaut attraction for 1,500PHP.

Manila Ocean Park

Inside Jellies Exhibit.

Manila Ocean Park

You can see different color of jellies.

Manila Ocean Park

We are now at the Trails to Antarctica.

Manila Ocean Park

Getting ready to go inside the Snow Village. The coats are provided.

Manila Ocean Park

Shhhh… Someone is sleeping. LOL.

Manila Ocean Park

Inside the Snow Village.

Manila Ocean Park

A liitle crowded and some parts slippery.

Manila Ocean Park

He really loves Santa Claus.

Manila Ocean Park

So this is the best shot I got of the Symphony of Lights. Haha. Sorry!

I did enjoy especially watching the Symphony of Lights. I think this is better than the Songs of the Sea in Sentosa.

Kids and kid-at-heart will surely enjoy.

For more information regarding operating hours; attractions; and schedules, you may visit their website.

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