You may even ask to join them, I just don't know if it's free.
You may ask the park's administration, for a more accurate information about this one. The facility is open to the public where animals which were victims of cruelty from poachers, illegal traders, and irresponsible exotic pet owners are showcased to discourage the growth of the illegal wildlife trade and irresponsible pet ownership.
Some endemic animals are displayed to promote awareness on the biodiversity of the Philippines.
I've also seen some groups shooting and directing some plays. And the Gazebo is it's most photographed section, I suppose. I've also witnessed an on-going photography session with aspiring I suppose, hehe models.
The artwork is made of recycled hardwood pillars and metal and features the cooperation of the 21 member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation  Wildlife and research center[ edit ] A Philippine sailfin lizard Hydrosaurus pustulatus The NAPWC hosts the National Wildlife Rescue and Research Center NWRRC which is officially a wildlife rescue and research center to differentiate its role from a conventional zoo.
A lot of people gathered there to do their selfies, some others young and young once in photo session with their photographers. Junyee is located within park grounds. For a rice meal, price ranges from 50 Php to 60 Php; noodles and other snacks are of course, cheaper.
It doesn't look well-maintained and with only a few fishes but if you want to introduce your children to marine life, then you may check out their aquatic house. Among the trees found in the park are ipilkamagongnarraand molave.
The interactive museum launched in May features six protected areas featuring both terrestrial and marine ecosystems. This includes: the Fishing Village which consists of five houses on stilts situated on water along the edge of the lagoon and is patterned after structures often found in fishing villages in Mindanao  and a — capacity open-air amphiteater.