Aqua Planet to splash fun on Feb 24

Prep up water adventure seekers as the most modern and biggest water park in Asia will finally open its doors to the public on Saturday, February 24.

Aqua Planet, a 10-hectare agua paradiso located in Clark in Pampanga, houses 38 exhilirating water rides suited for all ages.

Valued guests may relax at the 900 tents plotted all over the place with a 3,000 sitting capacity and is free of charge. Large family groups may also avail of the Cabanas ranging from P3,000 to P5,000 intended for 15 to 25 pax.


Swimming gears, souvenir items and snacks will also be available at their four local shops. Lockers are available at P200.

Being one of the most modern water park in Asia, all transactions are automated. Upon entrance, a wrist baller will be given and is reloadable through the RFID kiosks in the area.

“We only want the best for our guests. We came up with this idea to give them ease of access in buying food or anything they want.
Instead of bringing bills and coins while on the verge of enjoying the place, all they need to do is have the baller scanned,” BBI President Irineo ‘Bong’ Alvaro said.

Committed in providing safe and amusing experience for all, Aqua Planet recently passed the international standards of the third party inspection. All the 38 water rides are manned by well-trained life guards.

How to get there? This water wonder spot is at most two-hour drive from Metro Manila and is highly accesible via NLEX and SCTEX. Clark Freeport also hosts the Clark International Airport. Fifteen minutes from Aqua Planet is the SM City Clark, 20 minutes to Angeles City Heritage Plaza, and about 45 minutes to Subic Bay via SCTEX.

Ticket price ranges from P700 to P900. For details and reservations, visit their official Facebook page at @aquaplanetph.

“Come and visit Aqua Planet, reserve your tickets now and see you in the grand opening for a watermazing experience,” General Manager Rafael Suarez said.

Aqua Planet will be open from 9a.m. to 5p.m. from Monday to Sunday.