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miguel_arcangel Says: 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...
a breathtaking array of color and delight will dazzle you every 9 PM, on weekends and holidays!!! also a signal that the park is near to its closing time (which is at 10pm)...hehe..
Dress Code: any decent clothing wiil do..
Updated Jan 11, 2004
well, we got there using our friends van..and i think it's just a hassle if we will use the shuttle service..besides you won't enjoy the trip back-and-forth..it's fun on our way to EK and back-all we're just tired and restless..we arrive at EK before 10am and left there at almost its closing time so we enjoy alot!!!
Written Jan 10, 2004
Phone: 8302111 to 16
"Turo-turo" literally means point-point. Before fastfoods became popular, the working class went to "turo-turo" food outlets during their lunch break. Many workers still do; they feel comfortable going to the "turo-turo" where they just look at the food for the day, then point to the waitress the dish(es) that they want to have for lunch, and eat with their hands ("kamayan") if they don't feel like using the spoon and fork.
Despite the opening of restaurants and modern fastfood outllets in Sta. Rosa, employees of the Sta. Rosa Industrial Park still go to the "turo-turo" carinderias. Food is home-cooked style, served hot, and cheaper than the restaurants and other fastfood outlets. One time that hubby and I explored the row of "turo-turo" carinderias at Paseo de Santa Rosa, I noticed that even supervisors and managers patronize the place, eating their sizzling "sisig" and "bulalo" with gusto. I even espied some Japanese expats enjoying their fish head "sinigang". They have learned about the "turo-turo"meals from their workers.
If you'd like some cultural immersion, try the "turo-turo" experience.
Updated Jul 5, 2010
race aficionados will love this latest addition to EK's family entertainment mix -- the 600-meter go-kart track, called "Kart Trak," at the park's "spaceport" zone. built according to international standards by the carmona racing circuit and batangas racing circuit, "Kart Track" has one-seater and two-seater karts, plus "cadet" class karts for kids ages 8 to 12. the track follows specifications by both the Federation Internationale De L'Automobile (FIA) and the Confederation Internationale de Karting (CIK) for performance and safety. each kart has ample horsepower and acceleration to provide riders with speed and thrills...thats cool but haven't tried it when we get there plus there's a separate admission fee to experience it..
Updated Jan 10, 2004