Before I set off to Canada, me and joel decided to go on a little fieldtrip.
First stop: The Manila Ocean Park
It's behind the Quirino Grand Stand, so coming from the south, take Roxas blvd. then left on Kalaw or Burgos (depending on the one way routes)
The admission fee is 400 pesos for adults, a little cheaper for the kids.
The lines can get really long so we suggest to get there before lunch.
From the outside, it was obvious that the establishment isn't really finished yet. But when you go inside the oceanarium, you won't be able to see the construction anymore. So mukang tapos na sya.
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Nice naman yung place. Fascinating yung mga fishes. Yun nga lang, mejo bitin. I thought kasi it was a super big museum. Pero ok narin. Worth it naman for P400. It looked expensive to build eh. Tas mukang mahal din yung mga fishes
oh yung overhead aquarium pala, nakakatuwa, pero sobrang liit lang! super dun ako nabitin. kasi naman parang mga 5 meters lang yun lalakaran underneath. tas pagnakalabas ka na, bawal bumalik.
But in all fairness, since ngayon lang ako nakakita ng ganon, natuwa parin ako.
But what I really really enjoyed was the fish spa. Additional 100 pesos lang. It's not super ganda yung place. At kung maarte ka, di mo siguro susubukan.
Anyway, you'll dip your feet sa wading pool tas yung mga fishes na maliliit kakagatin yung paa mo. kakatakot at first. kakakiliti. pero after a while, ok na naman.
Left: my feet. Right: joel's feet.
Ang daya. Mas maraming fish dun sa kanya.