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Enchanted Kingdom, Santa Rosa
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Thrill seekers and young kids alike will want to visit Enchanted Kingdom, a 17-hectare (41-acre) theme park. This site is popular among domestic and foreign travelers and has seven different fun zones. Each section features its own themed rides, games, and other entertainment. This park has historical aspects to it as well, as its founders, Mario and Cynthia Mamon, opened this attraction in 1995 and became the first Asian and Filipino leaders in charge of the International Association of Amusement Parks. Our Santa Rosa trip itinerary maker makes visiting Enchanted Kingdom and other Santa Rosa attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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our institutional outing was held here and the place was exclusively opened for us. the best part of it all is that there was no long queue for all the attractions and rides. wonderful experience to v... read more »
The park was ok. Had lunch in the fastfood area near Space Shuttle. Food was decent for the park. The park we did not enjoy that much since it was a Saturday so expect long queus on weekends.
We availed of the OFW promo and saved 15% of the total cost for adults. Kids 4ft below are not included with the discount, but we only had one junior so it was not a big deal. Kids had a great time, g... read more »
How to get there? Take Magallanes interchange southbound going to SLEX pay toll at Nichols toll plaza then straight when you saw the Santa Rosa exit take a exit and pay toll then take Santa Rosa tagaytay road then take san lorenzo road that's it.
near at santa rosa publick market enchanted kingdom.its all super natural human..hakhakhak
Tony Perez Philippines
Enchanted Kingdom is such a Third-World theme park. It does not have a paging system and insists that everything on its P.A. system is "pre-recorded". When someone is missing, the guest relations officer, who seems more interested in acquiring group bookings than extending service to patrons who have already paid up, will always tell reporters of the missing persons that their "procedure" is to obtain a description of the missing person and then relay that to guards stationed about. What if a fire suddenly broke out somewhere? How would they inform the crowds which places to avoid? A PUBLIC PLACE WITHOUT A PAGING SYSTEM IS LIKE A BUILDING WITHOUT AN EMERGENCY EXIT. Every case of a missing person is a UNIQUE case, and no "procedure" should apply to it.
Its so fun here in the Philippines! Im a Foreigner from England. We came here to see the EK! The Space Shattle is sooooo Fun! 30
I'm extremely glad that I brought my whole family from papua new Guinea really worth coming to the amusement park,we whole about eight of us had great experience. .AWESOME ! Love to come back again. Thanks for giving us foreigners discount amazed. .God bless. .
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