Brick Adventure at Adventure Jungle

Come on mommies, who among here have not been to Manila Zoo? Raise your hand.

Admit it, you’ve been there once in your life. After all, it is a perennial pasyalan and a go-to spot in the metro. Plus, who wouldn’t love seeing animals such as lion, giraffe, elephant, tigers and gorillas in real life? Not me.

Sadly, the number of people who go to Manila Zoo has deteriorated. Blame it on the lack of maintenance in facilities, getting old animals and a couple of rising spots and kid-friendly attractions in Metro Manila that offers the same experience – and more. The good news is Manila Zoo is slowly adapting and introducing changes to bring the zoo back to the number one spot.

Introducing The Brick Adventure. 

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Adventure Jungle, the 2,000 square meters zoo and private facility inside Manila Zoo has a new and exciting activity and just launched on November 30, 2014.

The Brick Adventure is a place for young at heart to play this famous toy building brick (Original Lego Toys) The bricks can be assembled in different ways to breathe any object your mind desires. In adventure jungle, we created lots of different animals from Lego blocks, like a giraffe (6 feet high) or even the amazing seating lady taking care of them all name Andria, the exhibit truly is a site to see and not an ordinary brick construction because of the gigantic construction of the toys from the usual 3 to 4 inches miniatures.

A site to see and touch also among the 58 different species we have are our amazing 50 years old Mr. T (Tortoise), Blu (Hyacinth Macaw from the movie Rio) and Gabbie (Gibbon).

For this holiday season, let’s go, play, check the brick adventure and exhibit then meet our amazing feathery and furry friends only at Adventure Jungle. 10841711_10202982735311281_1724574064_n

For more info, check Kinder Zoo Adventure Jungle in Facebook, @Kinder_zoo on Twitter or send sms to Neng at +63 928 834 3476.

Address: Manila Zoo,Adriatico Street, Malate, Metro Manila.

Reference:

Grace Bondad Nicolas M: 09213191471 E: gracenicolas@yahoo.com

3 Comments

  1. Janice

    December 9, 2014 at 10:09 am

    I grew up in the province where there was no zoo like what we have here in the city. When I came here to Manila, I wanted to go to Manila Zoo but no one wanted to go with me. They would sometimes make jokes nga kung bakit gusto ko pmunta ng zoo, gusto ko daw ba makita ung mga kamag-anak ko… It’s funny but seriously I wanted to go there because I haven’t been to a zoo and I wanted to see what it’s like.
    Now that I already have a baby, sana matuloy na. Sana makarating na din ako ng zoo kasama baby ko. 🙂

    1. Ayi

      December 9, 2014 at 10:15 pm

      Go go go! I’m pretty sure you and your baby will have fun 🙂

  2. May De Jesus-Palacpac

    December 18, 2014 at 3:42 pm

    I have not taken the kids there yet. I’ve only seen it once.

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