Despite the transport strike yesterday, we were still able to find some ways to push through the plan of going to Water World and experience some splashing adventures. It is a place that took us back to being like ten again.
Before continuing this post, I would like to thank our colleague QB for giving us P100 off coupon and the Ceres Shuttle Bus service for my free ride from Jaro Plaza to NFA.
The Water World Rates:
The entrance for weekdays is at P350 (they are open during weekdays only until June 18, 2017). P500 is the entrance fee during weekends.
I still have one coupon for P100 off so if you would like to have it, just tweet me at @shemaegomez. (Valid until June 16, 2017). So just like us, you will only have to pay P250 for a weekday entrance.
I still have one unused water world coupon in case you might want extra savings. Valid until 6.18.17. Spread the love. ♥♥♥ pic.twitter.com/fOpl2kaa9K
— Sheila Mae Gomez (@shemaegomez) June 6, 2017
With the entrance fee, you can already access their amenities.
For your things, they have a locker rental for P50. We packed light so one locker was enough for the 4 of us.
They have dos and don‘ts for proper swimming attires so simply follow them to avoid further inconvenience. Also, no outside food and drinks are allowed inside.
Enough of the introduction and let’s get to the real experience. Slides. Slides. Slides are everywhere. I wasn’t able to get the proper names of the slide but let me just describe it for you.
Good for 3 Slide. You can slide together with your friends.
The Family Slide. In one floater, you can slide all together. We weren’t able to capture some videos because we were sliding together. Instead, we repeat again, take the individual floater and slide!
The Ultimate Slide. Alen is the only one who got the guts to take the challenge.
There were still a lot of slides you can try depending on your bravery level. Slides are really fun but climbing up the stairs to get on isn’t.
We also tried their giant water bucket. It’s like the once viral ice bucket challenge.
There is also a river ride where you can ride a floater or put on a life jacket and float wherever the current takes you.
For little children, they have a special place for them where mini slides and buckets are located.
For food, they have a cafeteria serving lunch and light snacks. What we loved the best their ice cream at P30. It’s a must-try!
How to get there:
From the city, you can ride Leganes, Jaro Liko Tagbak Terminal or any interior jeep going the Leganes way. Just drop by 7/11 store across NFA. From the block, ride a trisikad/pedicab going to Water World’s entrance. Fare is at P10.
Important: Come earlier than 4PM because our friend who came at 4:25 PM wasn’t allowed to get in already (although they are closing at 6PM) because the person in charge for ticketing is already not around.
Overall, it was a fun experience. I am coming back with mum soon!