Hotel H2O and Manila Ocean Park is just right next to each other. That’s why Kuya Angelo can’t contain his happiness upon knowing that there is underwater aquarium inside the place. He insisted that we must watch the Sea Lion show. We check the ticket price and in the end settled with the Deep Sea Rush promotion for php 580 per person.
We also paid for Inigo’s ticket in full because his height is above 2feet na din. But if your child is below 2feet free pa sila.
Deep Sea Rush offer includes the following:
- Jellies exhibit
- Sharks and Rays Dry Encounter
- Sea Lion Show
- Back of the Room Tour
- Symphony Evening Show
Our first stop is at Oceanarium. The Oceanarium is home to 14,000 marine creatures from around 277 species, all indigenous to the Philippines and Southeast Asia. Its sheer size and diversity makes it one of the world’s best public aquariums.
You are only allowed to enter the attraction once so might as well sulitin mo na! They will cross out kasi the attraction once you enter.
The Oceanarium is a stunning walkthrough of the watery depths featuring seven sections and containing 1,900 cubic meters of seawater.
At the heart of the Oceanarium is the main attraction – a 25 meter long, 220° curved walkway tunnel with a spectacular underwater view of amazing sea creatures swimming overhead.
The exit of Oceanarium will lead to the second floor where the Back of the House is located. This is the area where breeding of the sea creatures happens. You may also see the machines being used in the operation.
This show is so awesome! Ang saya and ang galing! Super nag enjoy ang mga bata!
Due to tiredness we skipped the Sharks and Rays Encounter while the Evening Symphoney starts at 6:30pm so we decided to go home na din.We’re planning to go back if our budget permits, we like to try the Trail of Antartica.
Manila Ocean Park
behind Quirino Grandstand
Luneta Manila Philippines 1000
+63 2 567 7777
+63 2 567 2309