(SPOT.ph) The pandemic temporarily shut down many things: from education to the travel industry, from theater shows to entertainment centers. The daily musical fountain show at Okada Manila, likewise, had a two-year hiatus amid the COVID-19 crisis. But the world's largest multicolor dancing fountain, as it is claimed, reopened with much merriment on July 17. Evening shows have also resumed with a daily schedule: 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., from Monday to Thursday, and from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m., from Friday to Sunday.
Evening Shows at Okada Manila's The Fountain
Okada Manila's The Fountain measures 37,464 square meters, which is about 50 Olympic-sized swimming pools put together. With underwater robots, over 2,000 dazzling lights, dozens of speakers, and 700 high-powered jets, the whole futuristic thing produces a spectacular lights-and-sounds show. Its most exciting feature is that it can shoot water beyond the hotel's 19-storey building, almost defying gravity.
For this year, two new songs have been added to its repertoire.
Okada Manila is most known as an integrated resort with luxurious rooms, rows of shopping boutiques, various food outlets, and a casino hub. It has a total of 993 rooms, which all use smart devices that allows you to control room temperature or surf through television channels with one nifty tablet. Their suites also feature private jet tubs.
Aside from The Fountain, one of the hotel's main draws is its Coral Wing Pool, which features a one-foot-deep children's pool, an adult pool, an infinity pool, 10 private casitas, and a pool bar.
Okada Manila is at New Seaside Drive, Entertainment City, Tambo, Parañaque City. Rates start at P12,000. For more information, visit Okada Manila's website.