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Address: Santisima St. | Bagong Barrio, Pandi, Luzon 3014, Philippines
Phone Number: +63 917 886 6220
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Description: What is now the 2nd most searched summer destination in the Philippines in...
What is now the 2nd most searched summer destination in the Philippines in Google and has removed Pandi, Bulacan from obscurity was once a vision in the mind of Mr. Enrico Roque- the man behind Bodega ng Bayan (a widely established appliance store here in the Philippines) and Tampisaw Beach Resort (in Iba, Zambales). Named after an ancient Syrian River, AMANA Water Park is far from 'ancient' as it boasts the newest: Tsunami Wave- The Best Wave in Asia! 3500-square meter wave pool 40-foot man-made waterfall Infinity pool with Jacuzzi Kiddie pool with life-sized Dragon Ball characters Twin pool with slide Avatar pool Batanes pool Cavepool Zipline Theme cottages (Baler, Boracay, Calatagan, Camiguin, Laoag, Palawan and Tagaytay inspired) Super heroes and Cartoon characters Toy Museum World class services with distinctively Filipino warmth of hospitality, comfort and convenience for a reasonable cost. The concept for AMANA was first envisioned when the sister-resort, Tampisaw Beach Resort in Iba, Zambales was opened on March 28, 2008. A much bigger resort with a more wide-ranging clientele was conceived which will cater to the customer's total enjoyment! Best amenities, world-class services with distinctly Filipino warmth of hospitality, comfort and convenience for a reasonable cost giving value for one's hard-earned money are just one of the many driving force that molded AMANA Water Park to what is today. Immediately after the acquisition of 8.4 hectares rice field property on June 23, 2008- development was then undertaken for what would be AMANA Water Park. To get the best ideas for the theme of the upcoming water park, Mr. Roque went to about 50 different resorts in Luzon to do ocular and get the best ideas that he could incorporate for his project. On August of the same year groundbreaking commenced and nine (9) months after, the vision was realized in the opening of the AMANA Water Park on March 28, 2009. To date, AMANA has been able to cater to its maximum capacity of customer at an unbelievable 10,000 visitors in a given time- proving that in such short a time the Water Park had reached its maximum potential. For this reason we are raising the bar to the higher level of excellence and envision of making AMANA Water Park to become the best resort in Luzon be it even nationally. Our Corporate Vision " For AMANA Water Park to be the Best Resort in Luzon and be acclaimed both nationally and internationally as one of the World's Best Water Park providing total customer satisfaction, ultimate fun and enjoyment with the best value for our client's money's worth. Our Corporate Mission "Being the Best Resort in Luzon, AMANA Water Park shall make Pandi as the Tourism Capital of Luzon. As such, we as a business enterprise commit ourselves to our social obligation of helping the people of Pandi by providing those jobs and to social responsibility of helping our community in every possible way.
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we went here for a day swimming as a group, since it's off season, other pools are closed . We stayed at the Vigan room, i love the place.....AC is ok.... The place is surrounded... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed July 24, 2015
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Taguig, Rizal, Philippines
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Taguig, Rizal, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 24, 2015

we went here for a day swimming as a group, since it's off season, other pools are closed . We stayed at the Vigan room, i love the place.....AC is ok.... The place is surrounded by life size ( giant ) cartoon characters as an attraction to the park. Tsunami wave was great !!!

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed June 30, 2015

we went here for an overnight swimming with my girl friends.. the waves were closed already so we get to enjoy the normal pools.. there were many pools and some are quite big.. lots of life size cartoon character are in the area so kids will surely enjoy it.. those huge dinosaur attraction were great too.. too many mosquito at... More 

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 30, 2015

Rate - We were able to get a discounted Entrance Pass for 125 instead of 250 through Metrodeal. 50% discount is definitely a steal for us. Children below 2 years of age are free of charge. Rooms and Cottages - We rented their Boracay Cottage (costs 600) as it is situated between the Wavepool and the Kiddie Pool. Aside from... More 

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Quezon City, Quezon City, Philippines
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed June 24, 2015

I did not enjoy my stay in Amana because the tables and cottages are situated so close to each other. People are allowed to use a grill. The smoke made from the other cottage will surely blow into yours if you're unlucky enough because there is so little space in between. The flies are big, they are not langaw but... More 

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1 of 5 stars Reviewed June 20, 2015 via mobile

The water park vaunts its 11 pools and the biggest is their tsunami wave pool.. Thats the only thing we enjoyed there.. The water stinks and hurts because of chlorine. And what really disgust us most is their "shower rooms".. Clogged toilets, no showers!!, full of mud floor, everything is just a mess! Even a regular fast food's cr would... More 

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Valenzuela, Philippines
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed May 28, 2015

Just wondering, i post a review here and waiting for response, upon checking, my review was erased.... how come? Is this a joke? Was it because it is a negative review? well i can post it again...

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Quezon City, Philippines
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed May 16, 2015

As per family tradition, we went on a family outing and decided to go here. Two weeks before, we're already calling Amana and leaving messages on their FB page to reserve for a cottage. But we never got a response from them. So we ended up renting out three small, separate cottages as we arrived. Yes they have a wave... More 

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San Pedro, Philippines
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 15, 2015

when went there the place is quite crowded kasi nga its a long weekend, but even if its a little crowded, management should be strict in their rules on proper swim attire, the bathrooms are all madumi na parang nag lilinis.. but inspite of the unclean bathrooms we enjoyed our day tour and the experience in the tsunami wave pool... More 

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 4, 2015

Amana Waterpark in Pandi Bulacan is a themed pool with lots of life-sized characters that kids and kids at heart will surely enjoy. We really enjoyed their tsunami wave pool. Entrance fee is 250 for Day tour and 4ft kids below are free. We booked on their fb page their Palawan cottage for 1500 good for 15 to 18 pax.... More 

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Thank you for your wonderful review! We'll take note all your concerns. Your feedback is highly appreciated and will help us to improve our ability to serve you and other Guests. More 

Las Pinas, Philippines
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed April 29, 2015

Amana Waterpark is great if you'll stay with kids. They various statues of different cartoon characters and icons. Wave pool is great, but when it's too crowded, you might not enjoy it.

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Thank you for your wonderful review! We'll take note all your concerns. Your feedback is highly appreciated and will help us to improve our ability to serve you and other Guests. More 

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Address: Santisima St. | Bagong Barrio, Pandi, Luzon 3014, Philippines
Phone Number: +63 917 886 6220
Location: Asia  >  Philippines  >  Luzon  >  Central Luzon Region  >  Bulacan Province  >  Pandi

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