Ever been so bummed that you and your friends just can’t handle spending the weekends at the mall over and over again? Wanted to go to a road trip but afraid to spend a lot of money? Do not fret! With just a couple of miles south of the city, you can have an enchanted experience that is affordable! It is a weekend road trip to Enchanted Kingdom that gives you less worries, and more fun with your barkada.
|9:30AM||BREAKFAST AND COFFEE BREAK AT PASEO DE SANTA ROSA OR CALTEX SLEX|
|11:00AM||ETA ENCHANTED KINGDOM|
|12:00PM||LUNCH AT ENCHANTED KINGDOM|
|11:00AM – 7:00PM**||RIDES|
|7:00PM||DINNER AT ENCHANTED KINGDOM|
The park’s closing time may vary from 9:00PM to 12:00MN.
*This is itinerary is not restricted. You can still adjust to whatever time you please.
**The queue for each ride might take a while.
1. BRING EXTRA EVERYTHING! Bring extra clothes as you won’t get the full experience of EK if you skip the water rides. A water-resistant bag and zip-locks are also suggested to keep your valuables dry.
2. Bring enough allowance for snacks. Taking rides every now and then may be tiring and you’ll be tempted to buy the delicious snacks the park has to offer.
3. When choosing rides, go to the popular rides first as you don’t want to miss these rides when it gets late:
- Flying Fiesta
- Disco Magic
- Anchor’s Away
- Space Shuttle(opens around 2PM)
4. It is better to take the water rides like the Rio Grande and Jungle Log Jam at a later time (around 6PM). Trust me, you don’t want to waste your time at the middle of the day changing clothes. It’s better to change when you are about to leave the park.
5. When in queue, bring friends with you! Waiting for your turn can be very boring. To compensate that, you have to have someone to talk to.
6. Do not ruin your day by constantly complaining about why it is so crowded. Well guess what, it is a weekend. And most of the people there are trying to have fun just like you, so just make the most out of it. Try meeting new people, since there really is a lot and you are in a magical place after all.
For more information about the park, visit Enchanted Kingdom’s website.