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Inflatable Island

Are you ready to bring out the inner kid in you? What better way to do so in the biggest floating water park in Asia: Inflatable Island at Samba Bluewater Resort, Subic Bay.

Yes, this means 3,400 sqm (around the size of eight basketball courts!) of inflatable fun! Go through the action-packed floating playground areas such as Monkey Vines, Trampoline, Human Launcher, Rock Climbing, and plenty more.

Spend the rest of the day at their outdoor Bali Lounge, complete with colorful umbrellas and comfy bean bags. Or, float on unicorns and flamingoes at their Floating Zoo. This place is absolutely perfect for your Instagram-worthy summer shots.

Contact Info

Subic Bay Waters, National Highway, Lower Kalaklan
Olongapo City, Zambales
(0917) 150 1103
deals@theinflatableisland.com

Mixing inflatable parks and the open sea is definitely a fun and excitingly new experience that takes beach activities to a whole new level.

The place is perfect for a group of friends or families who simply wants a quick getaway from Manila. Mixing inflatable parks and the open sea is definitely a fun and excitingly new experience that takes beach activities to a whole new level.

Anton Diaz
Our Awesome Planet

We may have experienced playing at bouncy playgrounds before as a child, but the Inflatable Island experience is a whole other level.

We may have experienced playing at bouncy playgrounds before as a child, but the Inflatable Island experience is a whole other level.

Me-An Clemente
Yogo and Cream

The people behind Inflatable Island say that you can burn up to 800 calories in just an hour or so of climbing inflatables, swinging your way through the monkey bars, running from one end to another while trying to balance on a narrow path, and so on.

The people behind Inflatable Island say that you can burn up to 800 calories in just an hour or so of climbing inflatables, swinging your way through the monkey bars, running from one end to another while trying to balance on a narrow path, and so on.

Christa I. De La Cruz
spot.ph