Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Enchanted Kingdom

One would think that since there are so many other attractions now, like the Manila Ocean Park and Science Discovery Center at MOA or the Zoobic Safari in Subic that Enchanted Kingdom will be less crowded. Add to that the fact that recession is still here and it's after Christmas. Unfortunately, it is as crowded as ever. People falling in line for their tickets are advised that there is usually a two-hour waiting time for the really popular rides (like Anchor's Away) and other attractions.

When we got there at 5:00 PM on a Saturday, buses were still arriving from places like Pangasinan!

Entrance Fee/Carousel all you can costs P150 while ride all you can tickets cost P400 for weekdays and P500 for holidays and weekends. Discounted rates are given to government employees and bearers of Diskwentong Peyups cards. Souvenir shirts sold in kiosks cost P200 (for kids, white) and P220-250 (for kids, colored).

The 4D Discovery Theater was showing Journey to the Center of the Earth when we went there. The Grand Carousel is still grand, reminding you of Dolan Designs lighting once you're in the area. Prepare for pictures with lomo effects when taking them while riding one of the horses, without flash.

The fireworks display is still amazing and the best place to see it is still in that area after the Midway Boardwalk, with the giant ferris wheel to your left.

Parking costs P50, within the Enchanted Kingdom car park or the empty lot just before the theme park.

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