Makansutra Asian Food Village is a great and affordable dining experience for those who are looking for authentic Asian Cuisine. The ambience of the place reeks of old Asian charm while the fares offered are simple and popular favorites. Now, one can have a taste of Singapore's pepper crabs without actually going there. This is a perfect date place and the area is so big, it can also accommodate family gatherings. The restaurant is located just above the...
Jellies Dancing Sea Fairies is a separate attraction from the Oceanarium in Manila Ocean Park. Tickets cost P150 each and they say, is about 15 minutes of walking through aquariums filled with these creepy-captivating creatures. You can stay for a longer time and dawdle to your heart's delight, of course. And yes, you can take pictures. I was curious but my son was adamant in his lack of desire to go in. Hubs wasn't so sure because just looking at the pictures was making him itch and have goosebumps. But still, this is a more affordable thing to do at Manila Ocean Park if you're not yet ready to pay P400 at the Oceanarium. I wonder too if they have function rooms overlooking the jellyfish aquariums because that would just be menacingly awesome!!!
Check out when the Park closes because last entry to the Jellies is about 45 minutes before closing time.
There is also a Mermaid Show every Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays (Showtimes: 10:00am and 2:00pm) and Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays (Showtimes: 3:00pm, 4:00pm, 5:00pm, 6:00pm, 7:00pm)
Visitors who purchase Oceanarium tickets get free entrance to Mermaid theater. (No free coupons from tenant food/merchandize purchases.) Mermaid Show tickets at P150/person. This schedule is until Dec 30, 2009.
Christmas Bazaar has also already started there but it hasn't kicked off yet. You'd see a lot of Divi products being sold (assuming, at a slightly higher price) in both the bazaar and at the shops going to the Jellies Aquarium.