The Victoria Park is inspired by the era of Queen Victoria's rule and displays it in elegance. Entertainers leisurely stroll around the park dressed in costumes inspired by Queen Victoria’s era. The Enchanted Kingdom’s mascot Wizard will be among the ones welcoming you.
Portabello is a replica of Portabello, a place in Panama in the Caribbean Sea where the riches of the Incas were shipped by the Spaniards. It features treasures hidden by the Spanish sailors. Portabello hosts the Rio Grande — Enchanted Kingdom’s largest attraction — a wet and wild adventure for the family. Other attractions in Enchanted Kingdom’s Portabello are the Flying Fiesta, giant swing ride, Xtreme Paintball, Portabello Show, and 4D Discovery Theater.
Enchanted Kingdom officially opens their newest ride that will challenge all the thrill seekers and those people wanted to face their fear of heights - as the ride reaches over 150 feet it then rushes down recklessly. LOL.
EK’s newest ride adheres to the highest safety standards and is the first thrilling ride of its kind in the Philippines.
Enchanted Kingdom opens EKstreme, and it is located in front of the balloon ride.
EKstreme Tower Ride cost 100 pesos at the moment, a separate payment aside from the Ride All You Can pop tag you purchased.
Boulderville is a zone in Enchanted Kingdom that’ll be a sure treat for the kids. This zone has a prehistoric theme with dinosaurs as main characters. Children of any age will be delighted with Enchanted Kingdom’s play facilities like Petreefied House and Rock Quarry. Puppet shows and dinosaur mascots will entertain you in this zone.
Enchanted Kingdom is a theme park with seven themes/zones:
1. Victoria Park. A charming place but with only one ride, the Grand Carousel. This zone is nearest the entrance gate.
2. Midway Boardwalk. The zone with the most rides: Anchors Away, Dodgem, Roller Skater, Bump N' Splash and Wheel Of Fate. The Condor, claimed by many extreme 'riders' as the most exciting ride in the park, has been idle for years already! HELLO ENCHANTED KINGDOM!!!
3. Portabello. This is where my favorite Rio Grande Rapids ride is located. A great chance to get wet so be sure to bring extra clothings (including undies!). Its other attactions are the Flying Fiesta, Extreme Paintball and the 4D Discovery Theater. The last two charge additional fees.
4. Brooklyn Place. Site of the Rialto, a motion-simulator theater that will make you feel like you're in the movie you're watching. One negative point though: it's not something that will make you come back because they're playing the same thing - the Yogi Bear race movie. Argh!
5. Jungle Outpost. This Amazon-inspired zone has the challenging Jungle Log Jam and the boring Swan Lake rides.
6. Boulderville. Prehistoric-themed zone with kiddie rides: Dinosaurs, Stone Eggs and Bumbling Boulders.
7. Spaceport. Without the Condor, the most mind-boggling, tummy-thumping and lung-pounding ride is the Space Shuttle located in this zone. I love this ride, the country's first and only triple-loop coaster.
Adults: P500 Day Pass (Ride-All-You-Can)
Children: P350 Day Pass (Ride-All-You-Can)
Adults: P600 Day Pass (Ride-All-You-Can)
Children: P420 Day Pass (Ride-All-You-Can)
Paseo De Santa Rosa is a commercial center away from the city center with clusters of two-storey buildings housing different shops (Nike, Adidas, Speedo, etc.) and restaurants (Japanese, Korean, etc.), including the clean country market.
For only P30/pax, you can ride the taxi boat for a sail around the Nuvali Lake. It's only a short ride from the dock but it is fun going under the bridge, then sailing past the fountains, watching the kois in the lake and the new tall buildings around.
Minimum number of passengers before the taxi boat sails is 6 pax. If you are less than 6 but don't like to wait for other passengers, you can request for a special trip; you can just pay P180.
Rules for the taxi boat ride posted at ticket booth:
1) Life jacket must be worn at all times.
2) No standng while the boat is in motion.
3) No spitting/littering.
You may call the attention of the lifeguard or boat captain for any assistance.
The Midway Boardwalk is colorful and carefree zone inspired by in Coney Island, known as "America's Playground" in the 1930s. Other attractions that you are sure to enjoy are the performances of mime artists, jugglers, and clowns.
Experience the cool breeze of air as you ride the Wheel of Fate only at Enchanted Kingdom.
A part of the Midway Boardwalk, this giant Ferris Wheel will give you a nice view of the Park's surroundings.
The Jungle Outpost offers a jungle adventure. It was designed after the Amazon jungle. A tranquil Swan Lake, Safari Shootout, the exciting Jungle Log Jam, and Amazon Hoop Shot are among the adventures that you’ll enjoy there.
The Spaceport is inspired by sci-fi films and the NASA space program of the 1960s. These features 11-story-high Space Shuttle will let you experience an upside down turn six times- 3 times forward and 3 times backward.
Enchanted Kingdom- theme park where one can experience the thrill and excitements
Park is subdivided into 7 zones (Victoria Park, Portabello, Spaceport, Jungle Outpost, Brooklyn Place, Boulderville and Midway Boardwalk).
Never miss the Rio Grande Rapids ride (at Portabello) where each one is thrilled and swayed down the bumps and wild curves of the rapids. However, be sure to have a towel and extra shirt for I am gonna be sure that you wont miss the water splashing you wet.
Fireworks display are shown before the them park closes at night.
Recommended for all ages.
Enchanted Kingdom is boasted to be Laguna's a major leisure destination. Designed to "create magical experiences for guests of all ages", EK has lived up to its image as " the very first and only world-class theme park in the Philippines" loved by Filipino families.
The 12-hectare kingdom has 7 theme zones, each offering its own load of excitement. Aside from the extreme thrill rides, it has kiddie playgrounds, carnival delights, food and souvenir shops.
EK is open Mondays to Fridays from 2PM to 9PM and Saturdays and Sundays from 11AM to 9PM with Fireworks Display at 8PM.
Nuvali is an evolving new metropolis conceived by Ayala Land and the Yulo family. Just less than an hour drive from Makati (via Sta. Rosa Exit of the South Luzon Expressway), Nuvali covers a total land area of 1,600 hectares with 3 new residential communities (Abrio, Treveia, and Avida Settings). As part of the eco-friendly master plan for Nuvali, about 50 percent of these residential areas are devoted to open spaces.
The most sought after place by tourists are the commercial center and 4-hectare multi-functional lake at the Solenad/visitor's center.
Do you know that the koi helps keep the Nuvali lake water clean? Don't be surprised when you see hundreds of koi in the Nuvali lake. I have never seen so many koi in just one lake as in Nuvali.
The koi is a beautiful fish called by some as Japanese carp. It is an intelligent omnivorous fish that recognizes the person(s) feeding it, and remembers the feeding time. Nuvali involves the community in the pleasurable experience of feeding the koi. For a very minimal amount, you get a small plastic pack of koi feeds, and at feeding time (8:30am & 4:30pm), you can throw the feeds on the lake. Before you even drop the feeds, you'll see the koi gathering near you. It is such a thrill hearing the splashes and the sound of their mouth sipping the feeds. Young and old alike enjoy participating in the koi feeding activity. Others simply have fun watching the fish as they scamper for feeds.