The Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden is located at LRT1 Quirino station about two hundred meters away. Tickets are 50p for Manila citizens and 100p for others. This park is mainly for animals. There are fewer plants than Guangzhou Zoo. There are not many types of animals. The overall feeling is tattered. It was smelly and dirty, but there were a lot of tourists. It was just Saturday today. My parents took the children to see the animals. I went into a bathroom. The toilet water system was broken. A middle-aged woman sat in it with a small bucket. After receiving the water, when someone went out, she flushed the toilet door and locked the door with a large iron nail. The worst animal and botanical garden I have ever seen.
There are zoos, botanical gardens, aquariums, and gardens in this area. There are many Philippine animals and some tropical plants on display. The environment may be a little crude. However, if you are lucky, you can enjoy some local cultural performances in Puerta Real Gardens at night.