Last November, my daughter and I got a chance to visit Adventure Jungle. This day, the Brick Adventure at Adventure Jungle was also launched.

Brick Adventure at Adventure Jungle.
Brick Adventure at Adventure Jungle.

Adventure Jungle (formerly known as Kinder Zoo), is the 2000 square meter zoo and private facility inside Manila Zoo launched Brick Adventure to press people and bloggers last November 30.

The Brick Adventure is a place for young at heart to play this famous toy building brick (Original Lego Toys) The bricks can be assembled in different ways to breathe any object your mind desires. In adventure jungle, we created lots of different animals from Lego blocks, like a giraffe (6 feet high) or even the amazing seating lady taking care of them all named Andria, the exhibit truly is a site to see and not an ordinary brick construction because of the gigantic construction of the toys from the usual 3 to 4 inches miniatures.

My daughter enjoys building Lego figures, and enjoyed it more while in the midst of those big Lego masterpieces.
My daughter enjoys building Lego figures, and enjoyed it more while in the midst of those big Lego masterpieces.

A site to see and touch also among the 58 different species we have are our amazing 50 years old Mr. T (Tortoise), Blu (Hyacinth Macaw from the movie Rio) and Gabbie (Gibbon).

Think Rio and you'll easily recall Blu. Here are seven of these Macaws, brought here from Brazil!
Think Rio and you’ll easily recall Blu. Here are seven of these Macaws, brought here from Brazil!
Rafael, yes!
Rafael, yes!

My daughter got to ride the horse for the first time!

First timer!
First timer!

And she got to feed Mali the elephant, with the help of Mr. John Chua, the volunteer elephant keeper. Read my story about him and a dedicated zookeeper, Neng, here.

Visit Brick Adventure inside Adventure Jungle, and enjoy the array of activities for the kids and kids at heart.

For more info, check Kinder Zoo Adventure Jungle in Facebook, @Kinder_zoo on Twitter or send sms to Neng at  +63 928 834 3476. 

Address: Manila Zoo, Adriatico Street, Malate, Metro Manila. 

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