Opened to public in 1959, Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden serves as one of the educational centers in the Philippines. Here, visitors can enjoy and view the beauty of the country's flora and fauna.
Here you can find 106 different species, which consists of 30 kinds of mammals, 63 different types of reptiles, 13 types of birds and still counting. Additional to the collection are the indigenous species of animals like the bearcat, long-tailed macaques and famous crocrodiles.
Children can also play in the playgrounds provided for them inside the zoo.
With both entertainment and education, this zoo is truly appealing to the people.