WATCH: The Philippines' largest floating playground is almost ready
It opens on April 1.
(SPOT.ph) Since we got wind of the opening of the Philippines' Inflatable Island in January, we've been dreaming about the giant trampolines and swings. Our inner kid got even more excited when they released a teaser on March 3. Now floating on the waters of Subic Bay in Zambales is a huge playground the size of eight basketball courts.
Inflatable Island is loaded with fun obstacle courses—from the classics like trampolines, monkey bars, and slides, to the more extreme ones like a 10-meter Tarzan swing and a nine-meter human launcher. Onshore, there's a Bali-inspired lounge with the Zambales mountain range as its background.
Ticket prices vary depending on how long you want to enjoy the whole attraction. A two-hour pass is at P699, a half-day pass is at P999, and a whole-day pass is at P1,399.
Inflatable Island opens on April 1 in Subic Bay, Olongapo City, Zambales. For bookings, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Inflatable Island website.