Photos from Manila Ocean Park

Manila Ocean Park is the Philippines’ first state-of-the-art Oceanarium — an open water marine habitat, boutique mall, restaurant row and function facilities all located in one area at the back of the Quirino Grandstand, Manila.


The place is really huge and nicely situated beside the Manila Bay, Luneta. Visitor entrance is Php400 for adults and Php350 for kids. There are discounts for group visits, students, among others.

See Google Maps of Manila Ocean Park below.


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    Nice to see all of these i wish i should be there its great palace to see

  • mimah

    i went there last november 17, 2009 its our field trip and i learned some but i forget some of the names of the fish.

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    Nice Pics..

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    i went there last february, cool, but too small. i heard that they are working for an expansion. the fish spa is cool. haha

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    Nice photos, who took it?

    I haven’t went to Manila Ocean Park, I just heard good feedbacks from a friend.

    Thanks for the pix

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  • Frank

    Thanks for the info,last at least we got an idea where to go when we’re visiting our nephew in Manila this coming december.

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