The package we got was worth P600. It includes the Jellies: Dancing Sea Fairies, Marine Life Habitat, Marine Life Show, Oceanarium, Fish Spa and the Musical Fountain Show. In total, we spent about P3000 for this trip, including the travel fare and food.
Jellies: Dancing Sea Fairies. There were so many jellyfishes on display although most of them are swimming inversely — possibly due to the current produced by the water pumps.
Marine Life Habitat & Marine Life Show. This showcases a few witty sea lions who were so fond of swimming and loitering around. We got to see two of them perform and they were very entertaining. They are like trained dogs — less the fur and barking sound.
Oceanarium. This houses a wide variety of marine life. Looking at the colorful sea creatures was very entertaining but it was so challenging taking photos of them. Flash photography is forbidden as it will startle the fish so I had to constantly change Epiphany‘s settings in order to take the shots I like.
Fish Spa. We dipped our feet in a shallow pool containing a lot of “doctorfish.” These fishes nibbled on our dead skin cells allowing the softer skin to grow. i felt ticklish at first but once I got used to it, the experience was great. LoL! ☺
Musical Fountain Show. This is a more extravagant version of the Water Plaza during the World Light Expo 2007. I enjoyed it, except for the dancing stars.
Manila Ocean Park is a great place for marine life lovers such as myself, but it still needs a lot of improvement. We didn’t see much during my first trip here and until now, some portions of MOP are still closed or unfinished. I’ll probably pass by here again after a couple of years. ☺