Manila Ocean Park

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

It’s a P1-billion project of Singaporean and Malaysian investors. Both the oceanarium and the open marine habitats would contain 12,000 cubic meters of seawater featuring 300 marine species indigenous to the Philippines and Southeast Asia. Entrance fees to the Manila Ocean Park would be affordable to all — P250 for students, and P350 to P400 for regular patrons which is expected to be completed in December 2007.