This Magical Floating Unicorn Waterpark Needs To Be On Your Summer 2018 Bucket List - Narcity

This Magical Floating Unicorn Waterpark Needs To Be On Your Summer 2018 Bucket List


What do rainbows, unicorns, and beaches, all have in common? They make me happy. When I tell you I have just about every single rainbow phone case, glittery pink pouch, and tropical palm tree accessory... I'm genuinely not lying to you. If this sounds like you, then you're about to melt in magic with a floating waterpark that exists not just in your wildest dreams, but in reality.

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Yup, this actually exists! Inflatable Island is a magical unicorn-themed floating waterpark complete with unicorn floaties, unicorn mascots, waterslides, a floating sunbathing lounge, a bouncy rainbow walk, a cotton candy pink beach lounge, as so much more.

This Instagram paradise takes up over 44,000 square feet and is Asia's largest floating waterparks. There are tons of activities like trampolines, climbing rocks, and super slides, just to name a few. Not to mention, there's an incredible tiki bar that serves their signature W'sup Beaches iced tea and popsicles.

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This unicorn wonderland is located on Halfmoon Beach in the Philippines, only about 2.5 hours away from Manila. There are tons of transportation options that make access to the waterpark incredibly easy (here's a link to their directions page). Admission starts at P999 per person, or approximately CAD $25, depending on what time of day you go. There are even groups rates that if you plan on travelling with your squad.

While this dream destination may not be located in North America, it's definitely worth the visit in South East Asia. Make sure to add it to your Summer 2018 bucket list because you absolutely cannot miss out on this magical experience.

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For more information on the Inflatable Island, click here.

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