Water parks in the Philippines

Summer season in the Philippines is usually the time when we seek fun, memorable experiences. However, the extra hot temperatures can also be a bummer.

For an exciting summer activity that’ll help you cool down, consider having some family fun at water parks. This list of water parks in the Philippines includes spots beyond Metro Manila, in case you’re looking to spend your vacation out of town.

What is the biggest water park in the Philippines?

Aqua Planet in Pampanga is the biggest water park in the Philippines, spanning 10 hectares. It features a myriad of attractions, from the largest dual wave pool in the country to giant extreme slides.

However, size isn’t the only factor to consider when choosing a water park. To find a water park that best fits your requirements, check out the details of these water parks below. You might find one that fits exactly what you need this summer.

1. Inflatable Island Beach Club – the “biggest floating playground in Asia”

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Image credit: @inflatableisland via Instagram

Inflatable Island Beach Club in Zambales is the “biggest floating playground in Asia” at 4,500sqm. But beyond its astonishing size, this huge inflatable playground on the sea boasts exciting slides, towers, and more.

If you just want to relax, there’s also a swimming pool and a beach lined with Bali-inspired huts and tiki umbrellas for you to simply where you can soak in the summer vibe.

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Additionally, the beach club has a restaurant serving Western and Filipino cuisine, as well as a poolside bar serving tropical-inspired classic and signature cocktails.

Admission prices start at P500 (~USD9.02) for kids and P899 (~US16.22) for adults if you book online through their website.

Address: Guerrero Private Resort, Olongapo-Bugallon Road, Olongapo City, Zambales
Opening hours:
7.30am-6pm, Daily
0945 733 4256 | website

2. Seven Seas Waterpark & Resort – features a vertical slide and a waterslide for rafting

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Reopening this 13th March 2024 is Seven Seas Waterpark & Resort in Cagayan De Oro, which boasts the largest dual wave pool in the country.

In addition to this, it features 8 waterslides, including the thrilling vertical slide Plank Drop, and Cyclone which gives you and your friends the rafting experience inside a waterpark. Meanwhile, kids can also enjoy attractions such as the lazy river and kiddie pool with an aqua playhouse.

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For refreshments, the water park offers 2 in-house dining spots – a cafe and a fast food.

Admission starts at P599 (~USD10.81) with an option to add P349 (~USD6.30) for unlimited access to all slides.

Address: Barangay Barra, Opol, Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental
Opening hours:
Wed-Sun 10am-6pm (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)
0917 677 7667 | website

3. Aqua Planet – exciting extreme slides and pool parties

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Sitting on a 10-hectare property, Aqua Planet in Pampanga houses massive slides with thrilling twists and turns, as well as the wave pool Boogie Bay and a surfing simulator attraction called Flow Rider. For the little ones, there’s also a kiddie zone with features like sprinklers, water cannons, and a giant bucket.

After splashing around, guests can relax in a cabana or an air-conditioned suite and enjoy food from 3 different outlets, including an ice cream shop.

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Aqua Planet passes cost P1,060 (~USD19.13) inclusive of a set meal when you book on Klook. However, admission is free for kids 3 and below as long as they measure below 4 feet.

This water park also hosts music events. In fact, catch DJs on weekends in March 2024 for fun afternoon pool parties. Separate rates apply for these events.

Address: Mabalacat, Clark Special Economic Zone, Pampanga
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 10am-4pm | Sat-Sun 10am-5pm
(045) 649 8500 | website

4. Wetpark Adventure Lagoon – the Philippines’ first indoor waterpark

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Unlike most water parks in the Philippines, Wetpark Adventure Lagoon is completely indoors and is also conveniently located in Venice Grand Canal Mall in BGC. This allows you to have fun in the water all year round – even during monsoon season.

It’s perfect for families with young children, offering slides, sprinklers, water cannons, and buckets. Older kids can also enjoy a rope course and a mini zipline.

Image credit: Wetpark Adventure Lagoon via Google Maps

While walk-ins are allowed, you can get a 10% discount when you book online. Each online ticket starts at P588 (~USD10.61) and is valid for one child and one adult.

Address: 3/F Venice Grand Canal Mall, McKinley Hill Drive, Taguig, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 11am-9pm | Sat-Sun 7.30am-9pm
0905 413 2418 | Facebook

5. Splash Island – different activities in one convenient location

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For a family-friendly summer getaway, look no further than Splash Island in Laguna.

With extreme waterslides such as Magellan’s Drop and Twisted Palms for adults, and kid-friendly slides such as Bannakita and Twin Coco Knots, there’s something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

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Besides these pool attractions, Splash Island also offers other exciting adventures such as ziplining, paintballing, wall-climbing, and even a Wipeout-style obstacle course.

For family members who prefer a more laid-back experience, there’s also a lazy river and a glamping area to relax and unwind.

Admission to Splash Island starts at P499 (~USD9.01). They also offer promos and discounts based on the number of guests and activities you choose.

Address: Southwoods Avenye, Biñan, Laguna
Opening hours:
8am-6pm, Daily
0918 912 9177 | website

6. Ace Water Spa – unique and relaxing waterpark for the family

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Image credit: Ace Water Spa via Google Maps

Ace Water Spa offers a unique and relaxing way to spend time with your family this summer.

This indoor pool features an Ultrasonic Jet System that provides soft, moderate, and hard jets of water for a soothing massage. Plus, there are hot herbal pools and wet and dry saunas to further enhance your relaxation.

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Image credit: Ace Water Spa via Google Maps

If you’re bringing kids along, there’s a designated kids’ area where they can safely paddle under supervision. The water spa’s Pasig City branch is also next to Ace Hotel & Suites, you can easily turn your visit into a relaxing staycation with the family.

Entrance to the water spa is priced at P300 (~USD5.41) for kids and P600 (~USD10.83) for adults. Keep in mind that they operate on a walk-in basis only, and reservations are not accepted.

For a list of branches, click here.

7. Paoay Lake Waterpark – Wipeout-inspired inflatable island

Image credit: Inflatable Island Ph via Facebook

If you’re heading north this summer, don’t miss out on the adventure at Ilocos Norte’s Paoay Lake Waterpark. Situated on the man-made Paoay Lake, this park offers a Wipeout-inspired water park experience with an inflatable obstacle course.

Image credit: Inflatable Island Ph via Facebook

Aside from the obstacle course, you can enjoy various water activities such as kayaking and paddle boarding. On land, there are options like beach volleyball, giant chess, and zorbing, or rolling inside an inflatable ball.

Admission to Paoay Lake Waterpark starts at P399 (~USD7.20). All passes to the waterpark include access to the I’M IN LOUNGE.

Address: Malacañang of the North, Barangay Suba, Paoay, Ilocos Norte
Opening hours:
8am-6pm, Daily
Contact: 0916 485 0618 | Facebook

What should i wear to a water park?

To best enjoy fun activities at water parks, wear a practical, well-fitting swimsuit. This means a one-piece swimsuit for women and double layer trunks for men. For toddlers, swimming diapers are recommended.

As for footwear, you can opt for rubber sandals, flip-flops, or water shoes.

Water parks in the Philippines to visit this summer

These water parks in the Philippines will surely cool you down on a scorching hot summer day. But beyond this, visiting one is also a great opportunity to create exciting new memories with your friends or family.

Get your outfits ready for your adventures to beaches and water parks  and dive into these Philippine swimwear brands. If you don’t want to leave the metro, also check out these summer activities in Metro Manila.

Cover image adapted from: @inflatableisland via Instagram, @sevenseaswaterpark via Instagram, splashislandinfo.com



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