I always dreamed to go to Manila Ocean Park. I think it is the only Oceanarium in the Philippines. I am on the southern part of my country and Manila Ocean Park is on the northern part so I never imagined that I can still be able to visit this place. So here it is, Manila Ocean Park is located in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. It is at the back of Quirino Grand Stand which is famous as the place where new presidents of the Philippines take their oath. From the Ninoy Aquino Airport, we ride a taxi which cost us P250 pesos as fare to be able to reach Manila Ocean Park. The entrance fee is P400 per person as regular rate, children 4.5 feet and below P350 while children who are 2 feet and below is free in admission, there is 20% discount for senior citizen and 10% for Manila residents with valid id. After paying our admission fee, we roam around the oceanarium as long as we want. So, here are some of the photos I have taken. Enjoy!!! Perfect Combination Keep
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I couldn't count anymore how many times I had been to Surallah, South Cotabato. My mother has relatives here and my brother was transferred to this municipality by his employer. So we often visit here or merely passby on our way to General Santos or to Lake Sebu. The last time I had been here was when I visited my brother after a leisure visit at Lake Sebu. The first thing that attract my attention when I reach this place is the beautiful landmark at the heart of the municipality. I couldn't help myself in taking pictures. This could be found along the way and in one of the intersections of Surallah. I never really hesitated to cross the busy street and reach this place to have some pictures. This is truly the landmark of Surallah.