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Tickets Advisory

December 24, 2016 in News, tickets

Tickets Advisory
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A pleasant reminder on the advisory of Manila Ocean Park tickets.

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Ticket Advisory

December 7, 2016 in News

Ticket Advisory
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Tickets bought from unauthorized ticket re-sellers will not be honored.

 

 

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Sun Conure Birds

November 12, 2016 in Food Reviews

Sun Conure Birds
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Here’s a photo of our Executive Vice President, Mr. Francis Low, having fun feeding 8 sun conure birds at The Birdhouse! Visit today!

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Reptile Report: New Basilisk Lizards at the World of Creepy Crawlies

November 8, 2016 in Food Reviews

Reptile Report: New Basilisk Lizards at the World of Creepy Crawlies
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Two of the six Basilisk Lizards that hatched last October 28.

There are new babies at Manila Ocean Park! These babies are from our pair of lizards that are known to have the ability to walk on water, the Basilisk Lizards. There were thirteen Basilisk Lizard eggs, but last October 28, 2016, six of these eggs came to life. They hatched after two months of being placed in vermiculite soil which gave them nutrients and minerals while they were still inside their egg shell. Right now, the seven remaining eggs are expected to hatch soon.

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Basilisk Lizard eggs waiting to be hatched.

Come and visit the World of Creepy Crawlies to know more about Basilisk Lizards and other insects. We hope to see you soon!

Manila Ocean Park’s banner CSR program is called “I LOVE MY OCEAN PLANET”. A campaign that encourages volunteerism, public education and community mobilization activities designed to increase public awareness and action on coastal management issues and instill pride in our country’s natural resources. It is an expanded responsibility of stewardship not only with marine biodiversity but also with other creatures who are dependent on the wellness of the ocean.

Manila Ocean Park is fully aware of its obligation to reach a broad public and impart necessary information relevant to current environmental issues. It is our aim that the “Back to the Wild” Release program will be a step in the right direction for marine education and conservation. We hope that more people will do their share in ensuring the future generations will be able to enjoy and see these fascinating animals in their natural habitat.

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Christmas in Manila Ocean Park

November 8, 2016 in Food Reviews

Christmas in Manila Ocean Park
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Do you already feel the Christmas spirit fill the air? Are you ready with your plans for Christmas? Well, if you don’t feel the Christmas spirit yet, and you don’t have Christmas plans yet, come and  visit us in Manila Ocean Park and feel that Christmas is definitely just around the corner – from the smiles of the staff, to the music that can be heard and to the decorations in the vicinity.

This year’s theme for the Christmas is blue Christmas, and in order to make Christmas merrier and to make you feel the Christmas vibes, we have prepared a bunch of events for you.

First on the list is the Christmas tree lighting which will happen on November 18, 2016 at Manila Ocean Park’s Concourse. The lighting of the Christmas tree is something to look forward to because it will not be like the other usual Christmas tree lighting activities done in the past. First, the Christmas tree will be the tallest recycled Christmas tree. Second, this year’s Christmas tree lighting will involve the participation of one of our newest animals in Manila Ocean Park. Right now, the Christmas tree is still under construction. After putting some more decorations and polishing, the Christmas tree will soon be ready for public viewing.

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Photos of the Christmas tree that is still under construction.

Another is the Christmas caroling. This caroling will make you feel that the angels fell from heaven to sing for you. Sing along and bring your family to watch and listen to the choirs and orchestras from December 25 to 27.

To participate and to know more about the events that we are preparing for you, like our official Facebook page at http://facebook.com/manilaoceanparkofficial/ and watch out for our announcements. Merry Christmas and see you soon!

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Mermaid Swim Experience: A Dream Come True

October 25, 2016 in Food Reviews

Mermaid Swim Experience: A Dream Come True
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“To be a mermaid” or “To be Ariel” has always been my dream as a child. I remember my cousin and I going to the nearest resort in our town to spend the rest of the afternoon swimming. We play, float in the water, swim like dogs and turtles, and the best of all, we swim like mermaids while singing “Part of Your World”.

That was one of my happiest memories as a kid. However, as I grew older, I focused on my other dreams, and some of which became a reality already. As years passed, I knew that Ariel doesn’t exist in reality. The days when I was swimming like a mermaid just remained a happy memory to me, and this dream of mine was forgotten until one day, I had the chance to swim like a mermaid again, but this time, with a mermaid tail.

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Lucille and I had a little photoshoot       while wearing our tails.

My dream to become a mermaid came to life because of the Mermaid Swim Experience activity at Manila Ocean Park. Together with my friend, Lucille, and the trainer, Ate Licel, my dream to become a mermaid when I was younger came true. But before it all came to reality, we had to wear the elastic mermaid tails which I thought would make me feel uneasy because I thought it is heavy. I was wrong because the elastic mermaid tails are comfortable and easy to wear. Aside from that, there are a lot of colors to choose from, and I chose the blue tail that matches the color of my rash guard.

After wearing the tails, we started our training. First, Ate Licel asked us if we know how to swim for her to have an idea on how fast can a student learn to swim like a mermaid. Lucille and I both know how to swim but we were still given floaters to ensure that we won’t sink. Even with floaters, I found it hard to swim properly because I don’t have the proper body form. However, after some minutes of practicing, with the help of Ate Licel, I was able to swim like a mermaid even without the floaters. I felt like I am back to my childhood days. I felt like I am Ariel even just for that moment.

 

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A photo of me while wearing my blue tail.

After almost an hour, this experience came to an end. I had so much fun. Honestly, it was one of the most unforgettable experiences in my life.

I would suggest parents to bring their kids who want to become the next little mermaids to Manila Ocean Park to experience being a mermaid, and have quality time with them. I guarantee you that your kids will have so much fun.

To find out more about Be a Mermaid Experience of Manila Ocean Park, visit www.manilaoceanpark.com.  

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