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    Great place to go if you haven't been to sea world. Dolphin and false killer whales are the main attractions. They also have some sea lions, with their own shows. You can finish the whole area in 2 hours or less. Entrance fee is around 400 pesos or less.


    ZOOBIC, a great zoo for kids wherein you get to see a real hungry tiger being fed while on a JEEPNEY. It has a tour of 1.5hrs wherein you get to see some different animals just roaming beside you.

  • Enjoy the beach!

    Swim thru the water or visit the different small nearby islands (eg. snake island) or just rest on the beach side will surely complete your subic adventure.

  • Canopy slide, Hanging Bridge & Wall...

    Go to Extreme Adventure Park inside SBMA & prepare yourself for an extreme escapade. For 300 Php you'll have the time of your life riding on canopy slide, crossing the hanging bride & just the nature view of the place. Separate rate is applicable for wall climbing.

  • Learning Center at Ocean Adventure

    When you go to Ocean Adventure, you have to check out all the buildings. If you see a door, check what's inside it. In between the 3 shows, you have some time to walk around and explore. We saw pics of the false killer whales and seals at the Learning Center building. Aren't they adorable?Park Hours: daily 9am to 6pmPark Admission: Adult - Php...

  • False Killer Whales show at Ocean...

    Ocean Adventure is the first and only Open-Water Marine Park in Southeast Asia.It is no Sea World, the area is quite small and the collection of animals are modest but I'm proud to say that this is one of the cleanest Theme Parks I've been to in the Philippines. And judging from the condition of the animals, they are very well cared for. I highly...


Subic Restaurants

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    Coffee Shop's Exquisite Tacos!

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    Coffee shop is well-known for their giant tacos, but they also serve pastas, burgers & local food recipes.

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Subic Transportation

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    Trikes and or Jeepneys

    by Travel2write Written Apr 28, 2013

    Once you arrive in Barrio Barreto or Subic area, primary transportation is easily attained as the street have plenty of trike which you can hire for anywhere in town for 30 peso's. I give 50 for a longer ride.


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Subic Warnings and Dangers

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    by jopetsy Written Jun 8, 2006

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    Careful with the traffic rules and regulations as they are very strict here. Once you enter SBMA, you would be shock to see as if you were not in the Philippines. Cars would stop on stop signs and they follow the speed limit. Its a warning to all reckless drivers out there, like me. I was caught for not wearing my seat belt.

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  • Sport a Henna Tattoo at the beach.

    If you're like me, afraid to do anything permanent to my skin, but curious about tattoo, then head to a henna tattoing booth. There is one at Subic Yacht Club. Choose among the many designs. Depending on the design chosen, prices are from Php 150 up. ($3.)This was just newly applied. So long as you do not scrub it hard when you take baths, the...

  • Fish Sanctuary at Subic

    Although Subic is a freeport, it still looks after the waters. Fish Sanctuaries are set up around Subic to ensure that marine life and diversity is still preserved. I hope the picture is still clear enough to show the school of fish that attracted my attention. The pic was taken inside the Ocean Adventure compound but you still see such large...

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