Manila Ocean Park: Underwater Experience

It was my friend's birthday when he invited me together with my niece Shiela to go to Manila Ocean Park. It’s a great opportunity for me and my niece because she was just for week training from her company and I've never been to Manila Ocean Park too. We arrived there at around 11 am and we headed to ticket booth. The ticket prices can vary, depending on the exhibits and packages that you wish to avail.
With my beautiful niece Shiela 
The Manila Ocean Park offers a variety of activities that will certainly give you tons of enjoyment. This is not only for kids but also for everyone who want to experience different kinds of fun and excitement.
The Oceanarium is home to 14,000 marine creatures from around 277 species, all indigenous to the Philippines and Southeast Asia. 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. (

Shiela and Andrew ( perfect match hahahah)

They are commonly known as dancing sea fairies and most stunning creatures of the ocean.

The Sea Lion Show features sea lions from South America that do tricks such as balancing and kissing. The show was funny and fun and even if you had to sit under sun. The sea lions responded well to their trainers and did well with their tricks.

Aside from those that we have tried, Manila Ocean Park also offers other attractions like Sharks and Rays Encounter, Mermaid Swim Experience, Fish Spa, Glass Bottom Boat Ride, Back of the House and FuntaSea Games, Musical Fountain Show, Trails to Antarctica and Birds Show.

Take an LRT 1 Yellow Line going to Taft and get down at United Nations station, walk towards Kalaw St. Walk towards Manila Bay through Rizal Park until you reach Roxas Boulevard (you will walk past Orosa Street and National Library). Cross Roxas Blvd, and walk until you reach Quirino Grandstand; behind it will be Manila Ocean Park.