World-class water theme park now open in Clark

The newest and biggest water theme park in Southeast Asia located inside Clark has finally opened its gates to the public in time for summer.

Aqua Planet is considered as the biggest water park in Southeast Asia with over 38 water slides and attractions on a 10-hectare property.

The first-of-its-kind in Pampanga and Central Luzon, Aqua Planet is expected to attract local and foreign tourists with its spiral ride, super bowl, flow rider, tornado, octopus racer, mermaid bay, lazy river and boogie bay among others.

Aside from its water attractions, Aqua Planet has eight shops and restaurants offering a wide array of foods and souvenir items for guests of all ages. Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) are welcome as Aqua Planet designed its facilities to cater guests with handicap.

​In an interview, ​BBI President Dr. Irineo ‘Bong’ Alvaro ​said ​the world-class water theme park ​ is committed to provide harmless and enjoyable experience to guests because of exhilarating water rides, endless fun and adventure.

Alvaro said from the structures and facilities Aqua Planet really wants to give not only people from Central Luzon but the Filipino people a real twist of the first and most modern water park in the country​.

The owner said Aqua Planet have passed the third party certification for an international standard and can accommodate up to 5,000 people per day.

Meanwhile, Department of Tourism 3 Director Carolina Uy said Aqua Planet’s opening would entice both foreign and local visitors and a perfect alternative for Boracay amid its looming closure.

“Let us take advantage of this (Boracay’s looming closure) to promote this latest attraction to the Mindanao and Visayas region as Clark has direct flights from this region available here thru Cebu Pacific and AirAsia. This is a perfect destination for summer,” Uy stressed.

Others who attended the grand opening and ribbon cutting were Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) Chairman Andrea Domingo, Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) President Vince Dizon, Clark Development Corporation (CDC) President Noel Manankil and Uy.

Clark’s Aqua Planet is accessible via North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX). It only takes 15 minutes by car from Aqua Planet to the SM City Clark, 20 minutes to Angeles City Heritage Plaza, and about 45 minutes to Subic Bay via SCTEX.

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