3. Enchanted Kingdom


10 Best Places to Bring Your Toddler Series


If you’re on the lookout for an easy family weekend getaway, Enchanted Kingdom is still the way to go. Enchanted Kingdom is, undisputedly, the biggest theme park in the country. It is also a magical place for kids where they can ride all they want on the Grand Carousel and interact with the park’s mascot, Eldar the Wizard. Another popular kids’ venue is Boulderville, a prehistoric cartoon zone that houses the Stone Eggs mini-ferris wheel, Pterodactyl Airplanes, Dinosaur ride and the Rock Quarry playground. For the more adventurous youngsters who are not afraid of heights, they can join their parents on the biggest ferris wheel in Manila, the Wheel of Fate, to get an awesome view of the theme park and the Sta. Rosa area. Adults can also have fun on their trip to Enchanted Kingdom with the high-speed Space Shuttle and the splashy Log Jam. But for something that kids and parents can both enjoy, opt for the Swan Lake ride where you can happily paddle around the pond area together.

Always read the theme park’s advisory (Height limit, health restrictions and other warnings) whenever you are about to go on a ride. The advisory is conveniently located near the entrance of every ride where you can immediately see and read it. The rainy season could be a challenge since the entire theme park is in an outdoor setting. Always check the weather forecast before planning your actual visit. Bring extra shirts, umbrellas and jackets. It is recommended to bring your toddler’s stroller, which you can conveniently push around the park because walking around the place can get tiring for kids. Let your children explore the theme park on their own time and schedule. During weekends and holidays, make sure to watch the fireworks display before you end your visit to Enchanted Kingdom.

Bringing food and drinks into the park is prohibited. Food stalls and restaurants are strategically located inside for your convenience. If you are on a tight budget, you can just leave your not-easily-spoiled food in the car and eat it later for lunch or snack time. On average, budget Php 600 per person for your trip.

Address: San Lorenzo South Village, Santa Rosa, Laguna
Telephone Numbers: (+632) 843-6074 to 78
Email: eldarthewizard@enchantedkingdom.com.ph
Website: www.enchantedkingdom.com.ph
Entrance Fee: (Weekend Rate) P500 Regular Day Pass Adults, P320 Children between 36 in. and 47 in. tall, Complimentary Children below 35 in. tall, P400 Senior Citizens, P150 Carousel Special. (Weekday Rate) P400 Regular Day Pass Adults, P250 Children between 36 in. and 47 in. tall, Complimentary Children below 35 in. tall, P320 Senior Citizens, P150 Carousel Special.
Park Schedule: Usually open by 10am except for weekdays and holidays in summer when it opens at 2pm. It is usually closed during non-peak days. Regular closing time is at 10pm but on some weekdays, it closes at 7pm, and during the Christmas Season, it closes at 12mn. (Check the website for actual schedule.)

10 Best Places to Bring Your Toddler Series

1. SM Science Discovery Center
2. Manila Ocean Park
3. Enchanted Kingdom
4. Leisure Farms Adventures
5. Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum
6. Playa Calatagan
7. Ark of Avilon
8. Snow World in Star City
9. Zoobic Safari
10. Museo Pambata

Live an Awesome Life in God’s Grace,


Text by Anton Diaz. Copyright 2008.

Blog: www.OurAwesomePlanet.com
Mobile: +63917-LOVEOAP (5683627)
Email: anton@diaz.ph

One thought on “3. Enchanted Kingdom

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *