Okada Manila Entertainment Group & The Fountain: Circus Acts and Musical Water Shows for Everyone
Your extravagant vacation at Okada Manila will not be complete without witnessing a one-of-a-kind entertainment that will leave you in complete awe.
With Okada Manila located at the ultimate Entertainment City of the Philippines, it is, therefore, fitting to introduce two most sought-after in-house entertainments with performances from local and international artists!
Hop in as Philippine Primer takes you to a roller coaster ride with the Okada Manila Entertainment Group and The Fountain.
Okada Manila Entertainment Group
Okada Manila boasts its own assembly of top local and international artists known as the Okada Manila Entertainment Group. By merging styles, dynamics, and cultures, the group allows guests of all ages to connect and to appreciate innovative art.
From aerial acts to specialty acts of world-class performers, surely art comes to life with Okada Manila Entertainment Group’s various performances!
A spectacle is waiting just around the corner with Okada Manila’s new, grand icon–The Fountain.
Guests will surely gape in awe of the thousands of lights gracing The Fountain, as well as dozens of high-fidelity speakers and more than 700 high-power jets, that all make up a light and sound performance like no other.
Musical water shows are held at The Fountain on an hourly basis, free for all to witness. Notably, guests can enjoy the shows with Manila Bay as a beautiful backdrop.
Witness The Fountain’s shows in the schedule below:
Monday to Thursday, one song at the top of each hour (6 p.m. to 10 p.m.)
Friday to Saturday, two songs at the top of each hour (6 p.m. to 12 a.m.)
Sunday, two songs at the top of each hour (6 p.m. to 11 p.m.)
How to get here:
- Okada Manila is very accessible to visitors as it is within 10 minutes by bus from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
- Okada Manila offers chauffeur-driven luxury Limousine service and hotel car rental. Free shuttle service also runs to and from SM Mall of Asia, SM Aura, SM Megamall, SM North Edsa, SM BF Parañaque, Binondo, and SM Southmall.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese (Vol. 139) and English (Vol. 44) magazines.