This Five-Floor, Horror-Filled Attraction in Parañaque Is What Your Nightmares Are Made Of

Horror movie main character things.

Nightmares Manila Haunted Attraction.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Nightmares Manila

(SPOT.ph) “Get up!”/“The answer’s right in front of you!” You scream, a pitch higher than the last one, as if the characters can hear you. You’re on the edge of your seat, almost about to jump inside the television a la The Ring if only you could, to help them. And right in the middle of watching, you start thinking: “What would I have done if I was in their shoes?”

Put your main horror movie character skills (plus vocal chords and the ability to breathe) to the test at Nightmares Manila, a five-floor haunted attraction from the makers of Asylum Manila. Finally opening its doors on May 27, they're ready to give you a more terrifying scare through new activities—two haunted houses, four escape rooms, a zombie shooting arena, and even a place to eat, shop, and take pictures when you’re tired from all the screaming. Nightmares Manila will be open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m

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Get ready to relive all your nightmares at Nightmares Manila:

Nightmares Manila Haunted Attraction.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Nightmares Manila
Nightmares Manila Haunted Attraction.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Nightmares Manila

This time around, you can choose which haunted house freaks you out. In Nightmares (P699/weekdays, P799/weekends), walk through the dark, morbid nightmares—and probably soon to be your very own—of a young girl. Meanwhile, as if school isn’t scary enough, there’s The Haunted Schoolhouse (P399). Survive its horrors: not Math, fortunately, only Japanese school ghosts. Both have live actors and the latest horror-style animatronics with a dash of Hollywood special effects. Talk about reliving your favorite horror-movie experience.

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For when you’re just dying to get in front of the line or document your horror-filled adventure and betrayals to laugh at for later, there’s a VIP/Vlogger’s Pass priced at P1499 for Nightmares and P599 for The Haunted Schoolhouse.

From finding a way out of the infamous Jigsaw’s cell and a serial killer’s basement to investigating a wealthy tycoon’s murder and lifting curses on Egypt with three to six of your friends, Nightmare Manila’s escape rooms (P300/head on Tuesdays to Thursdays, P500/head for groups of three to four and P400/head for groups of five to six on Fridays to Sundays) has it all.

If you don’t want to be at the receiving end of all the screaming and scaring, you can go to the Zombie Assault (P299/head with 50 paintballs) which is a shooting gallery style arena where you could imagine yourself and your friends as these badass, zombie-killing machines, or if you’re not here for all that action, you could just grab a bite or two at their Nightmares Cafe.

These days, even haunted houses require temperature checks and sanitation before entry. Wearing face masks is still a must. They also know that you probably would want to stay fashionable despite the attraction scaring you shitless, but unfortunately, no wearing of high heels. Also, don’t enter if you suffer from serious medical conditions.

Nightmares Manila Haunted Attraction.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Nightmares Manila
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Make sure that you really, really want to and actually go, though, because tickets are non-refundable.

Nightmares Manila is at Dr. A. Santos Avenue corner Rainbow Drive, Goodwill 2 Subdivision, Parañaque City. Rates start at P299. To make a reservation, call 0966-773-0721 or visit their website. For updates, follow Nightmare Manila on Facebook.

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