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    Dinosaurs Alive at SM Mall of Asia (MOA)

    Want to catch Dinosaurs alive from the Jurassic and cretaceous periods kicking in Manila? Drop by SM Mall of Asia November 28 to January 11, 2009 with your whole family and friends

    After touring Bangkok (Thailand) and Jakarta (Indonesia), “Dinos Alive World Tour” MAX Entertainment, the organizers of the Dinos Alive World Tour, will bring the attraction to Manila.

    Dinos Alive World Tour video from

    What to See at Dinos Alive World Tour:

    Some dinosaurs: Tyrannosaurus, Triceraptors, Velociraptor, Brachiosaurus, Stegosaurus and Megalosaurus.

    a fossil dig, a dino train, the QTV movie theater, magicians, clowns and stage performances every hour, a picture booth, Santa’s corner and souvenirs for sale at the shopping area, magicians, fire-eaters, jugglers, puppets, clowns, face painters, balloon sculpting, dino train rides, reptile shows (iguana, albino python, kumingi dragons and crocodiles), fossil digging and a theatre.

    Dinos Alive World Tour Ticket Prices:

    Weekdays: P550 (adults), P400 (kids below a meter), and P1,600 (family package-2 adults + 2 kids + 1 free ticket).

    Weekends: P600 (adults), P450 (kids below a meter), and P1,750 (family package-2 adults + 2 kids + 1 free ticket).

    Schedule: 10am to10pm on weekends and 12pm to 10pm on weekdays at Block 5 of the SM Mall of Asia from November 28 to January 11, 2009

    How to get to SM Mall of Asia:

    Commute to MOA: From MRT Taft Avenue Station or LRT EDSA Station, board buses or jeepneys going to SM Mall of Asia. Alternatively, from LRT Buendia (Gil Puyat) Station, board multi-cabs going to MOA that pass by Macapagal Avenue.

    Driving Directions to SM Mall of Asia:
    The gigantic mall is at the south end of EDSA so it's easy to get to with a car or taxi.



    posted by GingGoy @ 11:08 PM,


    At Dec 15, 2008, 1:13:00 PM, Blogger pieterbie said...

    I saw something like that in London quite a few years ago. Magic!


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