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5 Must-Visit Philippine Water Parks this 2018

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List of Must-Visit Philippine Water Parks this year

Summer’s calling, folks! Have you planned where to go with the fam this year? Are you wallets ready for the much-awaited trip with your barkada? If not yet, we’ve listed some interesting water parks you must visit this 2018.

Splash Island

Admission rate: Php 500

Colored-slides in Splash Island.
Colored-slides in Splash Island.

Dubbed as one of the most visited water parks in the South, Splash Island continues to open more fun activities to cater different types of guests; from family, group of friends, and even corporate events as well.

Inside, there’s more than 20 attractions and newly renovated colored-slides for an enjoyable experience. The waterpark also houses a real sand and palm trees for a tropical vibe. There are certified life guards on stand-by to secure safety of their guests. Aside from slides, there is a 3D arts section ideal for picture and photo posing.

If you want a more adrenaline-pumping activity, try the Agos Grandes where a machine produces huge waves making the pool like a mini surfing pool. There are plenty of food stalls inside in case you get hungry.

Although the waterpark is currently closed to prepare for summer, make sure to include this on your list on your must-visit waterparks this 2018.

Address: Southwoods Ecocentrum Binan, Laguna Philippines

Contact details: +63917.5095835 | +63917.5060576 | +63918.5742462

Samba Bluewater Resort

Admission rate: Php 1,399

Aerial shot of the Inflatable Islands in Zambales.
Aerial shot of the Inflatable Islands in Zambales.

Here’s something for adults to enjoy! Located in Subic Bay, Zambales, guests can now experience Asia’s Biggest Floating Playground. The Inflatable Island lets you run, jump, and slide by the waters. The floating playground has towers, tarzan swings, and some obstacles making it feels like you’re in the game ‘Wipeout’.

Not only that! There are also Bali-inspired lounge for those who just wanted to bask under the sun. After a tiring activity, food trucks are around the area in case you get hungry.

Address: Samba Bluewater Resort, Subic Bay Waters, Zambales

Contact details: 0917 835 2665

Palawan Waterpark by Astoria

Must-visit Palawan Water Park by Astoria. Photo by
Must-visit Palawan Water Park by Astoria. Photo by

Make your summer extra special here at Palawan Waterpark by Astoria.

The water park in currently undergoing a nourishment program and getting ready for summer. With a 4,000 square meter property, this water park boasts multiple facilities for guests to enjoy

Like the Agos Grandes in Splash Island, Palawan Waterpark also houses a Surf’s Up pool which generates waves of 6 perfect for a unique swimming experience. There’s also the St.Paul River Ride wherein you can go around the entire water park is the perfect ride to take to see the rest of its facilities.

Aside from water activities, guests can enjoy wall climbing and from above, guests can enjoy the 180-degree view of the water park. For kids, they are sure to enjoy the thrilling park slides and the hoop spray tunnel appropriate for the little ones.

Inside, there’s the Ark’s Seafood Restaurant serving variety of dishes and snacks to satisfy hungry tourists.

Address: Km 62 North National Highway Brgy San Rafael, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan

Contact details: (+63 2) 335.1111

Aquaria Water Park in Batangas

Inside Aquaria Water Park in Batangas.
Inside Aquaria Water Park in Batangas.

Have a satisfying and splashin’ getaway at Aquaria Water Park in Batangas. This water park boasts a 525-meter of fine beach and a water park suitable for both the kids and adults as well! It is located within the Playa Calatagan Residences in Calatagan, Batangas.

Aquaria Water Park include a thrilling giant 3-storey high pool slide with a 6-feet deep pool, and cove pools as well as a long stretch of beach where you can lounge or swim and savor a seaside retreat.

There are clean bath houses inside where you can change into your swimwear and come back after to shower and refresh.

This place is also open for special occasion and events like team building activities. For those who are planning a wedding, Aquaria water park can also be a setting for beach weddings too!

Address: Playa Calatagan Residences, Calatagan, Batangas

Contact details: 553-8888 local 32

Klir Water Park Resort

Klir Water Park Resort in Bulacan.
Klir Water Park Resort in Bulacan. Image via official website.

Vacationers not need to travel that far to experience bliss this summer! All you have to do is visit Klir Water Park Resort in Bulacan.

This eco-friendly water park houses the latest and largest wave pool and best amenities a resort can offer. Take note that the resort prohibits alcoholic beverages. The wave pool is estimated at a size of 3,500 square meters.

Klir waterpark is quipped with 4 different kinds of pool in a 3 hectares land surrounded with a secured concrete fence and large secured parking areas for your vehicle. The resort also has different types of Cottages and Functions Area Open and Air-Conditioned that can accommodate different numbers of guest.

Address: Kabilang Bakood, Guiguinto, Bulacan

Contact details: 0925 500 5547

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Written by Denise Alyssa G. Villamar

Dog whisperer, literature organizer at Thought Catalog, and a sucker for music photography.

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