November 23, 2012

Oceanarium at Manila Ocean Park

The best part of our Manila Ocean Park visit, after the bird show and the jellies,  was the part when we get to see the Oceanarium.  

According to the Manila Ocean Park website, "Be fascinated by the wonders of the sea in our Oceanarium, a breath-taking marine life exhibit at par with Asia's best. Discover over 5,000 varieties of marine creatures from around 300 species, all indigenous to the Philippines and the Southeast Asia. Walk through Asia's largest underwater viewing tunnel, stretching 25 meters long and curved at 220 degrees, and witness how different reef fishes interact with each other."  And yes, we were indeed fascinated!
When you enter the Oceanarium, you pass by these crocodiles and what looks like a rain forest! 
There was also Koi feeding, but we didnt get to try it as we wanted to get inside the Oceanarium already.
When you get inside, there are simple black signs like Agos, Buhay na Karagatan, etc, that says where the sea creatures can be found in the ocean.
There are lots of interesting sea creatures!
Lookie, sea horse!
And the biggest part of the ocean display!
There were lots of people when we were there but we still to managed to get a good view of the Oceanarium.  The kids had a great time too.
And there was a diver inside the huge aquarium and we all had fun trying to capture him in our photos! 

Bye, Oceanarium! Hope to see you again soon! My family really enjoyed this part of Manila Ocean Park a lot and we hope to come back again soon!

ADMISSION:
Php 400 per head for regular rate
Php 350 per head for children 4ft & below
Free for children 2ft & below
Last entry at 6:30 PM

Monday and Tuesday
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Last selling of tickets at 6:15 PM

Wednesday to Friday
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Last selling of tickets at 7:15 PM

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Last selling of tickets at 7:15 PM






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