Massive Floating Playground: Why Families Need To Get To The Philippines

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By: Phoebe Ackland, ellaslist

The size of EIGHT basketball courts, check out the Philippine’s first ever water park, and the largest floating playground in Asia! You might just feel like getting stranded on Inflatable Island….

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Add It To Your Bucket List

Designed by ”" target="_blank">Wibit Sports, this LEGO-inspired inflatable playland provides the best of land and water activities to make the ultimate bucket-list experience. Both children (3.5 feet tall +) and adults can enjoy this park, located in Subic Bay, Zambales, a 2-hour drive from Manila.
Slide, climb, jump and splash in this playground re-imagined for the beach- fall off the monkey bars? You’ll plop into the water. Want to swing off a Tarzan swing? No problem- you’ll land in clear blue goodness. The design means that different combinations and setups can be arranged each day (so multiple visits might be necessary!) and equipment includes human launchers, trampolines, big slides, kid’s slides, jumping pillows, a rock climbing wall balancing beams & so much more.
Once your skin has pruned and legs cannot bear another jump on the inflatables, recline on the nearby shore on a sun lounger under a colourful umbrella. You’ll bounce, splash and recline with up to 200 other people, from 6-year-olds to seniors all having an absolute blast (we’re sure of it!).

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The Philippines Could Be The Family Holiday You’ve Always Dreamt Of

You can opt for either a Splash, Spray or Soaked (all-day) pass which includes entry to the beach area, hours of playtime, and access to the relaxing Bali-style shore and lounge set-up. Book now to receive special early bird rates- but don’t stress! Even if you miss them, an all-day pass sits at only 1,999 Philippine Pesos, or $52 AUD! Book tickets now through their website.