If you love sea life, the Manila Ocean Park is a must for travelers to the Philippines. Experience the depths of the Pacific in the incredible Living Ocean, an acrylic underwater tunnel that lets you get up close and personal with the region's underwater wildlife. Other exhibits include rain forest life, coral reefs, deep-sea creatures and sharks. Another popular attraction gives visitors a chance to watch sting rays swimming above them in a stunning ceiling tank. For those wanting a hands-on experience, snorkel or dive in the Open Water Marine Habitat. There is a lot to visit on land as well, including a marine-themed mall, a giant musical fountain, sea lion performance and more.
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I went here once only. It was a great experience!
During that time the regular rate for Oceanarium Zone Tour is P400 for adults and P350 for kids but they offer promo tickets of additional attractions for a discounted price. And since we’re there in a Sunday and with a baby with us, I chose to have the Marine Life Encounter offering access to Jellyfish museum, Marine Life habitat and Sea Lion show aside from the Oceanarium as we need to get back home before it gets dark. Promo tickets could be availed outside the hall, left side before the entrance.
Oceanarium Zone is composed of seven parts: Agos, Bahura, Laot, Buhay na Karagatan, Ang Kalaliman, Pagi and Pating, first part of which is Agos.
Manila Ocean Park is a perfect place for families, highly educational! I went to Ocean park with families and a bunch of excited kids. You will see different kind of sea creatures on different set up.The collection of fishes and marine life is good. Big, clear glasses and a center hall to see 2 or more aquarium in one place.
The fish which are in abundance, were extremely colourful. We saw fish including the rock fish that we had never seen before.
We went to Agos (Flow), Bahura (Reef), Loot (Fishing Ground), Buhay Na Karagatan (Living Ocean), Ang Kalaliman (The Deep) and Pating (Shark), (Kids loved the sharks and the sting rays loads of them!)
We took the Glass Bottom Boat Ride which we enjoyed, but it is a very small square that you actually see, our guide made it exciting though and we found Dory you have to look for her 😂
Upon exit it will lead you to fish spa, then to their restaurants. It is also good that Manila Ocean Park is near SM Mall of Asia, Star City, and other attraction in Pasay. Surely enough, we had a good time!
The Manila Ocean Park is a oceanarium in Manila, Philippines. It is owned by China Oceanis Philippines Inc., a subsidiary of China Oceanis Inc., a Singaporean-registered firm. It is located behind the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park.
From a spectacular marine themed park, Manila Ocean Park has finally evolved into Metro's Holiday Destination where everything is all about Life and Living.An array of exciting attractions, enticing view of the bay, enriching marine life exhibits, entertaining dining and lifestyle shapes to mold into an integrated resort destination. Manila Ocean Park is proud to have a marine-themed park in the country that houses Life of the best of both under and over the sea!