Lost Eden (Paranaque)

Attraction Dr A. Santos Ave, Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines Published on: 13-11-2015

2 hours
09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
09:15 AM
11:15 AM
First-time visit
Attraction
Family
Landmark
Outdoor
Park
Scenic
Theme Park
Kids
3.30 USD

Lost Eden (Paranaque) is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
Lost Eden (Paranaque) is an oasis in the south of Metro Manila. Right along the commercialized main road of Sucat in Parañaque is an oasis not many know it’s there.

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Why Lost Eden (Paranaque) is special ?

Lost Eden (Paranaque) is an oasis in the south of Metro Manila. Right along the commercialized main road of Sucat in Parañaque is an oasis not many know it’s there. Its facade is typical of Bio Research pet shops—you’d think the place is just one huge pet warehouse—but inside is a four-hectare garden of plants and animals.


Not only that, the park also features varieties of plants. The place holds a total of more than two million pets and over two thousand plant varieties. Adults and even kids can enjoy touring around the park and at the same time learn from the things being discussed by tour guides of the BioResearch. This is the reason why the place is called educational park


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What to explore at Lost Eden (Paranaque)?

Facilities inside the Park include the following:

• The longest aquarium strip in the Philippines, where kids can learn about different freshwater ornamental fishes from all over the world.

• The honey bee gallery, where visitors can learn about the basics of bee-keeping (apiculture) and its many benefits.

• The Butterfly Farm

• The Koi Pavilion

• The Dog and Cat Mansion

• The Central Park with Italian fountains

• The Rainbow Tree House built around a 200 year-old tamarind tree

• The Bird Mansion

• The Turtle World

• Vegi-Map of the Philippines, containing a wide collection of organically grown vegetables from all over the country.

• Replicas of Taal Volcano, Mayon Volcano, dinosaur fossils

• The “Mechanical Park” which has a decommissioned forklift vehicle and painted engine blocks.

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How to get to Lost Eden (Paranaque)?

From Caloocan: LRT1-Jeep

Take the LRT1 to Baclaran station or ride a bus/jeep to Baclaran.

Ride a jeepney to Sucat.

Get off at Bio Research Lost Eden. Landmarks are Cosmos Bottling Corp., Kraft Foods Philippines Inc., San Miguel Mfg. Corp., Manila Memorial Park, and Elorde Sports Complex.

From Las Pinas/Muntinlupa: Bus/Jeep-Jeep

Ride a bus/jeepney to Sucat.

Get off at Sucat Exit. Landmarks are Solid Mills and Zilog.

Ride a jeepney to Baclaran or Kabihasnan.

Get off at Bio Research Lost Eden. Landmarks are Elorde Sports Complex, Manila Memorial Park, San Miguel Mfg. Corp., Kraft Foods Philippines Inc., and Cosmos Bottling Corp.

Cross Dr. A. Santos Avenue (Sucat Road) towards Bio Research Lost Eden.

From Makati: MRT-LRT1-Jeep

Take the MRT to Taft Ave. terminal station.

Walk through the connecting footbridge to LRT1 EDSA station.

Take the LRT1 to Baclaran station.

Ride a jeepney to Sucat.

Get off at Bio Research Lost Eden. Landmarks are Cosmos Bottling Corp., Kraft Foods Philippines Inc., San Miguel Mfg. Corp., Manila Memorial Park, and Elorde Sports Complex.

From Malabon: Bus-Jeep

Ride a bus to Baclaran.

Ride a jeepney to Sucat.

Get off at Bio Research Lost Eden. Landmarks are Cosmos Bottling Corp., Kraft Foods Philippines Inc., San Miguel Mfg. Corp., Manila Memorial Park, and Elorde Sports Complex.

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Selling points

  • For animal lovers
  • Great place for kids on vacation
  • Good park, good atmosphere
  • Hidden gem
  • Good destination for family day out
3  nice days in Manila with my family

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Duration
3.0 days
Estimated
118.59 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
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Dr A. Santos Ave, Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines

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Tips for you

  • In Lost Eden, you can see the tamarind tree, which is 200+ years old and had Ka Matias as its first owner. It survived two World Wars.
    What to see
  • You should bring plenty of cash in case you want to buy anything.
    What to bring
  • Best to go there on Sundays, the only day that they do not accept bookings for field trips
    Experience
  • Just like other parks, please keep your rubbish on your hands for the clean of this park.
    Environment
  • You should bring umbrella or raincoat, the weather is unpredictable.
    Equipment
  • You should wear the comfortable shoes to move easily.
    What to wear
  • You should keep eyes on your children to avoid getting lost.
    Safety

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