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#SummerInNovember: Bounce back to Inflatable Island, the biggest floating playground in Asia

If you want to make a bouncier splash in your return to the beach, then your family should head back to Inflatable Island, a.k.a. the biggest floating playground in Asia, as it reopens on Nov. 13. 

Put a bit of your courage and leg power to the test with the adrenaline-pumping obstacle course at this seaside water park courtesy of connecting inflatables slides, trampolines, mini bridges, human launchers, swings, and even huge floaters of your favorite cartoon characters. 

Inflatable Island, the biggest floating playground in Asia, reopens on Nov. 13

It also offers Instagrammable attractions like the rainbow-themed Unicornzilla, and new lounge areas including Purple and Pink Bali Lounge, and the Pink Jungle by the shore decked out with flamingo pink bean bags, umbrellas, and tables.

Pink Jungle (Photo from Inflatable Island’s IG)

You can even get slashed rates until the month of December with P100 off per pass if you book online. Two hours of inflatable play (Splash) is now at P499, half-day pass (Spray) at P599, and whole-day pass (Soaked) at P899. 

Take note that the playground is operating currently at a maximum of half capacity, therefore a first-book-first-serve system is enforced. We recommend you book in advance to ensure your pass, but walk-ins are also acceptable. The waterpark now allows direct booking through its Facebook page and website.  

Based on the Inter-agency Task Force (IATF) Covid-19 guidelines, only visitors ages between 15 and 65 will be allowed to enter. Pregnant women and people with pre-existing medical conditions are advised to remain at home. Everyone is required to fill up a health declaration and contact tracing form upon their arrival in the playground. Also, never forget your face masks and face shields, except when eating or playing on the inflatables.

Inflatable Island is located inside Samba Beach Resort, Olongapo-Bugallon Road, Olongapo, Zambales.


Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2020/11/04/summerinnovember-bounce-back-to-inflatable-island-the-biggest-floating-playground-in-asia/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=summerinnovember-bounce-back-to-inflatable-island-the-biggest-floating-playground-in-asia)

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