My eldest son just turned 11 last August 31. One of his wishes was to visit the Manila Ocean Park or the Oceanarium, located at the back of Quirino Grandstand. We were supposed to go there last week but since my baby got sick, we postponed it.

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Last Saturday, his wish came true! It was actually a gift from his cousins, the Amante and Pelejo Families (Thank You!). He was so happy and could not contain his excitement, that he can’t stop blabbering on our way there,lol..

Anyway, here are some photos taken inside the Oceanarium:

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Photos below were during the Musical Fountain Show which lasted for 30 minutes.

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We got the Php500 package each which includes the tour of the Oceanarium and the Musical Fountain Show. There are other must see attractions but we run out of time. Best to go there and start the tour when they open at 9am. Here are some of them:

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My son wanted to try this but decided not to when he saw the price for a few minutes of underwater adventure (Php900++)!

We’ll try this next time.. love to see Jellies dancing gracefully..

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I should have tried this! Those girls can’t stop giggling every time small fishes tried to bite their feet to eat the dead skin cells..

We had a grand time and the kids were really happy and so exhausted! If you are in Manila and have kids, you should try and visit Manila Ocean Park (this isn’t a sponsored post,lol), I’m sure you’ll enjoy it too..
We’d like to thank again my nephews and nieces for making this adventure possible..

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