the manila acquiarium, when it closed down. I know there wont be any marine
life for kids and oldies to appreciate, and we know Manila is one of those cities
that doesn’t have much going for it in the way of sightseeing attractions.
I hate the malls, the cinema, and I never explore alone, so...
One afternoon, I decided to travel again Donna, my photographer and partner
for the day, she can cook the best pasta and you should try it. I finished
the whole thing just inside the car! yumyum!
we didnt get the package with all the attractions at around 800 per head. we
decided to just get the oceanarium package at 400 per head because here,
you pay for the attractions you want to see.
This is the main event as far as the sea-life theme is concerned. You first walk
though a series of tanks of colorful fish.
here are some of the pics we took.
spectacular underwater view of sea creatures swimming overhead. Oceanarium has filtered water
from Manila Bay. the seawater is suitable to marine life dont worry.
The Oceanarium at Manila Ocean Park is home to marine creatures from different species,
all indigenous to the Philippines and Southeast Asia. the size and diversity makes it one
of the world’s best public aquariums. The Oceanarium is a stunning walkthrough of the
watery depths featuring seven sections and containing a thousand cubic meters of seawater.