We went there on April 7, 2012. Being a holiday, we expected that the place will be jam-packed. And it was!
We paid around Php175 for each person including the kids and senior citizens. Tables are free while cottages are offered for Php600.00 for those who will be bringing food with them (minimum of 9 people). Upon entering the waterpark, the guards would check the bags for food since bringing of food inside the park is not allowed except for those who paid for the cottage.
They have a pool for the kids, another for all ages - which was the main pool, a wave pool and one for the slides. The wave pool was operational around 2PM. When this was announced, almost all the people in the park went to the wave pool. Well, it was just like being in the beach with so many people except that the space is not that big to accomodate the crowd. When the waves have stopped, all the people left the pool. Haha. The slides that were operating during our stay was the blue and yellow in the morning and it was the yellow and orange in the afternoon after the lunch break. The main pool was okay. But we noticed that some of the pebbles used for the stairs to the pool were removed and were painful when stepped on.
We had lunch at their canteen. The food was okay and affordable so i guess it was okay that they do not allow foods to be entered in the park.
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