The Oceanarium is home to 14, 000 marine creatures from around 277 species, all indigenous to the Philippines and Southeast Asia. It is a stunning walk-through of the watery depths featuring seven sections and containing 3, 000 cubic meters of seawater.
The water source for the Oceanarium is filtered water from Manila Bay. A special process is done to ensure that the seawater is suitable for marine life. It has an educational activity area, unique function rooms for special events and bi-level shark and stingray viewing facilities. – from manila ocean park visit: https://www.manilaoceanpark.com/
This is memorable for me when we visit at Manila Ocean Park that was a stormy days and heavy rain causing of flooding around Manila area. We stacked in Manila Ocean Park for how many hours until evening. After finishing watching of symphony evening show that was the time the water will subside.
We enjoy a lot of things in Manila Ocean Park, even in a rainy days. There’s a lot of fun, shows and entertainment and even we enjoy eating food of different kind of dishes.
SEA LION SHOW
We enjoy these part of the show because the sea-lion were very entertaining following command of the trainer, whatever his command they will follow amazing.