Aqua Adventure Waterpark- Manila Ocean Park’s New Attraction!

Before we dive into Manila Ocean Park’s newest attraction – Aqua Adventure, let’s look back at the establishment’s offerings. Manila Ocean Park stands as a premier destination for marine-themed fun and education. Since its opening, it has been a favorite spot for both locals and tourists. Offering a variety of attractions that highlight the beauty and diversity of marine life. From interactive encounters with sea creatures to engaging shows, the park provides a captivating experience that combines entertainment with learning. Beyond its stunning marine exhibits, Manila Ocean Park features family-friendly attractions. Sucha as the Jellies Exhibit, Penguin Talk Show, and the expansive Oceanarium, home to thousands of fascinating marine creatures. The park’s fun and education programs offer a deeper appreciation for marine conservation. It’s not just a place for amusement but a hub for environmental awareness and marine research, making every visit both enjoyable and enlightening.

In late May, Manila Ocean Park unveiled its latest attraction, the Ocean Park Aqua Adventure, the park’s first-ever water park. This exciting new addition offers a refreshing escape with a variety of water-based activities perfect for visitors of all ages. With 14 thrilling attractions, Aqua Adventure promises endless fun and excitement in a cool, aquatic setting. Visitors can enjoy heart-pounding slides like the Small Tornado Slide, Open Spiral Slide, Close Spiral Slide, and Speed Slide, catering to both adrenaline junkies and families. For a more interactive experience, the park includes Aqua Floating Pads, a Swinging Bridge, and an array of water sprays and guns such as the Dolphin Spray, Parasol Spray, Umbrella Spray, Cannon Spray, Water Gun, and Water Rings. Younger guests will also love the Water House, Play House, and See-Saw, making it a perfect spot for a family outing.

Our Experience

Manila Ocean Park Aqua Adventure offers a day packed with excitement and fun for everyone. My kids and I went there during its second week. FYI, the ticket for this attraction does not include access to the Oceanearium. They have separate lines for the attractions. Furthermore, the diverse range of attractions ensures that every visitor, from youngest to oldest, finds something that they will enjoy. The park is open from 10 AM – 6 PM on weekends and from 9 AM – 6 PM on weekdays and holidays. Giving visitors plenty of time to enjoy all the attractions. To ensure everyone’s safety, appropriate swimwear free of zippers, rivets, and other damaging elements is required. Tickets are affordable at Php 1,520 for three people, and guests can rent lockers and towels for just Php 30 each. While outside food and drinks are prohibited, the park’s in-house restaurant also has plenty of delicious options.

Parents can relax knowing that the park is designed with safety in mind. The Water House, Play House, and See-Saw are perfect for keeping the little ones entertained. There are also lifeguards and staff roaming around to ensure a secure environment throughout the park. This means families can have a carefree, enjoyable day together. Furthermore, with affordable tickets and convenient amenities, Manila Ocean Park Aqua Adventure is the perfect destination for a family day out. Wether it be a fun outing with friends, or anyone looking to cool off and have some fun. Plan your visit to Manila Ocean Park Aqua Adventure and dive into a world of water-filled excitement, creating memories that you’ll cherish for a lifetime.


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How to get there?

Via MRT (Metro Rail Transit)

  • Take the MRT Line 3 and alight at the Taft Avenue Station.
  • Walk to the LRT Line 1 (Yellow Line) EDSA station, which is connected to the MRT Taft Avenue Station.

LRT (Light Rail Transit)

  • Board the LRT Line 1 bound for Roosevelt and alight at United Nations (UN) Avenue Station.
  • From the UN Avenue Station, it’s about a 10-15 minute walk to Manila Ocean Park. Exit the station and head towards Rizal Park (Luneta). Walk along T.M. Kalaw Avenue towards the Manila Bay area.
  • Continue walking straight and you will see Manila Ocean Park behind the Quirino Grandstand, near the Manila Hotel.

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