Manila Ocean Park

Roxas Boulevard, Manila, 1000
Manila Ocean Park Manila Ocean Park is one of the popular Just For Fun located in Roxas Boulevard ,Manila listed under Community & Government in Manila , Organization in Manila ,

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The Manila Ocean Park is an oceanarium in Manila, Philippines. It is owned by China Oceanis Philippines Inc., a subsidiary of China Oceanis Inc., a Singaporean-registered firm. It is located behind the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park.ConstructionBy April 2007, the Manila Ocean Park is already under construction. It was initially set to open in December 15, 2007 but the opening date was then moved to February 24, 2008. The facility opened in March 2008.E.R. Hitosis and Associates was involved in the construction management of the Manila Ocean Park.FeaturesThe main attraction of Manila Ocean Park is the Oceanarium which houses 14,000 sea creatures from about 277 species all of which is indigenous in Southeast Asia. The Oceanarium has seven sections and contains 2,600 cubic meters of sea water. Its main feature is the 25m 220° curved walkway tunnel after a 55-meter walkthrough inside the Oceanarium. The water used in the Oceanarium is derived from the Manila Bay which is filtered to be suitable to marine life. It also has an educational activity area, function rooms for events, and shark and stingray viewing area situated in two levels. The Jellies Exhibit, a separate attraction hosts jellyfishes. The Back of the House features information on the operation of the facility itself.The Manila Ocean Park also hosts the Trails to Antarctica, the first penguin park facility in the country, which features Humboldt penguins. Through the years, their breeding program for the penguins have been very successful. As of May 2017, they already have a total of 13 baby penguins that hatched inside the park. They also have the Birds of Prey Kingdom which features Brahminy kites and the World of Creepy Crawlies which exhibits frogs, insects, spiders, and worms.

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