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    Pasig: Las Farolas The Fish World: Entrance Fee/Admission Rates

    Tutubi got wind of the latest attraction in Pasig, from the ABS-CBN early morning show Umagang Kay Ganda, that will soon open on April 25, 2013 inside the sprawling Fronterra Verde, just beside Tiendesitas and Fun Ranch.

    It's a living museum featuring freshwater fishes and river monsters on display in water tanks

    here's a video of Las Farolas The Fish World from Umagang Kay Ganda

    Tutubi called up Las Farolas The Fish World published contact number and got these information:

    Entrance Fee/Admission Prices: PhP400.00/person; P350.00 for children 12 years old and below
    Operating Hours: Open daily from 9am to 7pm

    Photography is not allowed inside the exhibit area, no taking pictures using DSLR/SLR cameras, point and shoot cams and even mobile phones. Taking Videos/videography not allowed too (unless you have permit as always)

    Las Farolas The Fish World
    Location: Frontera Verde, Bo. Ugong, Pasig, PH.
    Telephone Number: +63.2.826.8162; +63.2.820.3013
    Fax: +63.2.820.3863

    Please call Las Farolas The Wish World contact number, official website, twitter and facebook pages for information
    on group tours, entrance fee promos, discounts and corporate sponsorships

    How to get there:
    G Liner and RRCG buses from Manila via Ortigas Avenue passes by Frontera Verde at the corner of C5 and Ortigas Avenue, you need to walk there as it's quite a long walk or flag a taxi to take you there if it's raining or too hot for you.

    The place place can be reached by taxi from LRT 2 Katipunan Station or MRT Ortigas Avenue station

    as always, this blog is not affiliated in any way with Las Farolas The Wish World in Pasig City. Tutubi has not been there and will post review of Las Farolas The Wish World when he's visits the place. (hope they offer discount vouchers here so the peso-pinching Tutubi can visit)

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:30 PM,


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