12 Best Theme Parks And Amusement Parks In The Philippines - Updated 2024

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An archipelagic nation in Southeast Asia, the Philippines is situated in the western Pacific Ocean and boasts over 7,000 islands. These islands are categorized under three geographical sections, such as Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. “The Pearl of the Orient,” otherwise known as the Philippines, is home to thousands of destinations. Whether it is Chocolate Hills, Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, Rizal Park, or Banaue Rice Terraces, the Philippines will cater to every kind of traveler. There are also matching accommodations to provide a relaxing stay, such as kid-friendly resorts and luxury villas. However, the country is also famous for its theme parks and amusement parks, which are spectacular attractions if you are visiting with children—or if you love to explore the fun side yourself! Check out some of the best theme parks and amusement parks in the Philippines.

1. Inflatable Island

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Sprawling across an area of 4,500 square meters (48437 square feet), Inflatable Island in Olongapo is Asia’s largest floating park. The park features several rides, such as inflatable slides, swings, human launchers, bridges, and floating baby Krakens. Keep your excitement levels up as you explore the other areas, such as the Pink Bali Lounge, Animal Cabana, and Unicorn Island. Your kids will also love the Water Babies show, which begins at 2:30pm and 7pm. Also, be sure to watch The Dancing Fire Show at 7pm.

When hunger strikes you, visit Beach Club Restaurant and relish seafood and barbecue dishes. Moreover, you can also choose from the various packages available here or buy a half- or full-day pass.

Inflatable Island

Address: R7W9+M57, Olongapo - Bugallon Rd, Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines

Website: Inflatable Island

Opening hours: 7:30am - 6:00pm (daily)

Price: From 9 USD

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2. Seven Seas Waterpark and Resort

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Welcome to Philiphine’s first-ever pirate-themed waterpark, which features top-notch facilities and more than 12 exciting rides to keep you entertained. Make your way to the 400-meter (1312-feet) lazy river to bask in the sunshine or the 5,000-square-meter (53819-square-foot feet) dual wave pool, where you can soak and swim the whole day.

Some of the rides you must try here are Cyclone, the largest water slide in the country, Plank Drop, and Pira-Chute. Also, your little ones can splash and play in Captain Kidd’s Hideout pool, which has a colorful aqua house.

Seven Seas Waterpark and Resort

Address: Zone 1, Road, Opol, 9016 Misamis Oriental, Philippines

Website: Seven Seas Waterpark and Resort

Opening hours: 10am - 6pm (daily)

Price: From 14 USD

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3. Sky Ranch

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Want to witness the country’s largest Ferris wheel? Sky Ranch Tagaytay is the answer. A notable theme park, Sky Ranch Tagaytay is renowned for its massive Ferris wheel—Sky Eye. Here, visitors will be lifted as high as 63 meters (206 feet) up in the air, where they can enjoy the scenery of the lake and Taal Volcano. If this doesn’t tickle your adrenaline bones, then another ride, known as Sky Cruiser, will take you much closer to the volcano and the lake. And the zipline ride will offer you a whole different view as well.

Sky Ranch

Address: Km. 60 Tagaytay - Nasugbu Hwy, Kaybagal South, Tagaytay, Cavite

Website: Sky Ranch

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 10am - 10pm; Sat - Sun: 8am - 10pm

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4. Enchanted Kingdom

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Located in Santa Rosa, Laguna, Enchanted Kingdom is truly as enchanted as it sounds. It should really be included in your list of places to visit. Covering an area of 25 hectares (61 acres), the amusement park provides opportunities for visitors from all over the world to experience a world full of imagination, magic, and creativity. Some of them include Anchors Away and Space Shuttle. Along with these, the kids can live it up learning about interesting stuff at Seventh Portal and Discovery Theater. Further, visitors can enjoy watching a plethora of shows and events such as dance, music, fireworks, and more.

Enchanted Kingdom

Address: RSBS Boulevard San Lorenzo South, Santa Rosa, 4026 Laguna

Website: Enchanted Kingdom

Opening hours: Mon: 10am - 9pm; Tue: 10am - 7pm; Wed - Fri: 11am - 9pm; Sat - Sun: 10am - 12am

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5. Anjo World Theme Park (from USD 8.95)

Situated in Barangay Calajoan in Minglanilla, Cebu, Anjo World is the largest amusement and theme park in the Visayas archipelago. Covering an area of about 2 hectares (4 acres), the theme park has different divisions, including Africa, Asia, America, and Europe. And these four divisions are inspired by the world’s different continents. Some of the fun rides featured in the park are Spinning Roller Coaster, Ferris Wheel, Go-Go Bouncer, Hip Hope, and many more. There’s also another famous part in Anjo World called Snow World that showcases ice slides, ice sculptures, and snow—and it can fit up to 500 people!

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6. Manila Ocean Park (from USD 12.25)

Renowned as the only ocean theme park in the Philippines, Manila Ocean Park offers visitors a chance to learn while having a fun experience. One of the coolest educational things to do here is known as Mermaid Swim Experience, where the participants get to dress up like real-life mermaids and swim within huge tanks. Another crowd favorite is Symphony Fountain Show, so be sure to check that out as well.

Traveler's tips

Manila Ocean Park

One of the things that boggled me the most when we went here was the section filled with sea urchins, big and small. I was always afraid of them, but going to Manila Ocean Park did help me learn more about these creatures. Kids will also surely love watching an animated theater show about penguins. Everyone will have a memorable time here!

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7. Nayong Pilipino Clark

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A cultural theme park steeped in Filipino culture, Nayong Pilipino Clark is located in Mabalacat, Pampanga. The park covers an area of 4 hectares (9 hectares) and features a plethora of attractions. Some of them include Money Museum that showcases old and new Philippine currency and Textile Museum featuring local textiles. The place also includes replicas of national monuments like Rizal Shrine and Mabini Shrine, among others. In addition, the park offers green spaces where visitors can enjoy a picnic, traditional dances, and many other performances.

Nayong Pilipino Clark

Address: Nayong Pilipino, Centennial Rd, Clark Field, Mabalacat, 2010 Pampanga

Opening hours: 8am - 5pm (daily)

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8. Fantasy World

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A Bavarian-inspired castle resort and recreation club park in Lemery, Fantasy World is flocked by tourists from across the world for its water park, mini forest, towers, forts, and bridges. This renowned location has been used in multiple film sets and television series. The “Philippine Disneyland” boasts spectacular views of Taal Volcano too.

Fantasy World

Address: Diokno Hwy, Lemery, Batangas

Opening hours: 9am - 6pm (daily)

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Fantasy World

Fantasy World will bring back a child in you. The unfinished theme park was designed to be the Disneyland of the Philippines with castles and rides overlooking the scenic Taal Lake. Today, it is open to the public, but rides are not functional.

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9. Gloria's Fantasyland

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by Glorious Fantasyland Theme Park on Friday, July 1, 2022

Although not an enormous park unlike the other parks on the list, Gloria’s Fantasyland manages very well to take you on a magical journey with an array of live entertainment shows, exhilarating rides, parades, and fireworks. The park is renowned for the only corkscrew coaster in the Philippines and the scary Horror House. The parades taking place here feature 11 bright and colorful floats, where every single float represents the culture of a different kingdom. Visitors can also marvel at the fireworks display every night.

Gloria's Fantasyland

Address: Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte

Website: Gloria’s Fantasyland

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 4pm - 12am (closed on Mon)

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10. Dinosaurs Island (from USD 12.49)

Well, dinosaurs may have gone extinct, but they can never go extinct in this theme park—Dinosaurs Island in Clara Picnic Grounds. Both adults and kids of all ages can experience and learn about how the dinosaurs used to live in the Mesozoic Era. You can check out the lifesize animatronic dinosaurs and learn about their traits, discover dino stories, and get to see the Tyrannosaurus rex up close and personal. Along with the T. rex, visitors can also check out Stegosaurus, Spinosaurus, and many other dino species.

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Dinosaurs Island Ticket in Clark

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11. Aqua Planet

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Situated within a 10-hectare (24-acre) property in Clark Freeport Zone, Aqua Planet is the newest water park in the country. It gained its popularity through social media because of its thrilling rides. Recognized as the largest water park in Asia, Aqua Planet features two wave pools, approximately 38 water slides, and over 25 fun attractions catering to family members of all ages. Some of them include Aqua-Loop, Tornado, and so many more.

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12. Kidzania

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Let your kids have the most fun day ever. And they can do this only at Kidzania in Manila. As the name suggests, this theme park is specifically made for children. The theme park allows kids ages 4 to 14 to role-play as adults—such as a chef, businessman, doctor, astronaut, and many more. All the tools required for these adult occupations are custom-made to suit children’s smaller sizes. Hence, the whole experience is definitely a memorable one for the whole family.

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KidZania Admission Ticket in Manila, Philippines - Klook Philippines

Enjoy fun activities in the Philippines

If you are visiting the Philippines with your children—or if you are traveling with your friends or even by yourself—exploring some of these amazing theme parks is a great way to enjoy your holiday. So go ahead and pick your favorites from the list and have a wonderful time!

While you’re here, do check out the famous buildings and UNESCO sites in the country as well to make the most of your stay.

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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Born in Mumbai and brought up in Bangalore, India, Aarti is a full-time freelance writer by profession. She is a lover of everything the ‘blue dot’ offers—world cultures, off-the-beaten tracks,...Read more

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