Tag: Amana Waterpark
We visited Amana Waterpark last Saturday (July 16) we decided to check the place because of what we saw on their website. We were impressed with the life size film and anime characters located on every pools of Amana Waterpark. What I’m going to share to you is just our personal experience of getting there by public transportation.
In our case since we are near Doroteo Jose LRT station we decided to ride northbound bus going to Bocaue, Bulacan. The buses in Doroteo Jose are not air-conditioned so if you’re up for the experience I suggest you ride there. Alternative route is you can ride LRT going to Balintawak station get off there and ride northbound bus going to Angat-garay bus fare is P35 per head.
The travel time is around 2 hours including the traffic (plus a 15 minutes stop over right after bocaue exit which is so unnecessary). Bus fare is P100 pesos for two adult and one child. Tell the conductor to drop you off at Watermart Sta. Maria.
At the side of Watermart there is file of tricycle that can bring you to Amana Waterpark. All you need to do is ask them the fare is P100 for one way ride. I was shock with the high tricycle fare but actually it’s justifiable because the travel time is I think 20 minutes without traffic. Just imagine how far that place is from Waltermart. You can ride jeep but you’ll have to wait for very long due to few jeeps having that route.
Amana Waterpark Resort was named after an ancient Syrian River is situated in Santisima St. Bagong Barrio, Pandi, Bulacan. The waterpark name though was ancient it possesses newest amenities and features that is I think unique which I haven’t seen from other resort I visited. Cottages are inspired from different tourist destination such as Boracay, Palawan, Tagaytay, Baler, Laoag and many others in the Philippines. Life Size statues of favorite cartoon and movie film characters can be seen in different locations all over the waterpark vicinity. Amana Resort in Bulacan also offers horseback riding, picnic grove, souvenir shop, breezy cottages made of local materials, Spa/massage, billiards, videoke, and fishing.
Aside from having the latest amenities Amana Waterpark can cater 4000 guests. Its 3500 square meter wave pool is the largest wave pool in the Philippines and can generate up to 13 types of waves its diamond wave is the largest existing in the Philippines. They also offer 500 square meter kiddie pool themed by my favorite anime Dragon Ball characters. What I like about this resort is that you can bring in food and drinking water though liquors and other form of soft drinks are not allowed.
Other Swimming Pools available:
40-foot man-made waterfall
Infinity pool w/ Jacuzzi and the famous Shrek House
Kiddie Pool Dragon Ball Z inspired
Amana Waterpark Entrance Fee:
Day swimming hours is from 8:30am to 6:00pm
Child (4ft and under): P200
Senior Citizen (should have ID): P200
Night Swimming hours is from 6:30pm to 12:00mn (No waves)
Child (4ft and under): P120
Senior Citizen (should have ID): P120
Amana WaterPark Promo:
From the period of June 20, 2011 – September 30, 2011 there will be an of offer 20% discount for the entrance during Day swimming on Weekdays (Except holidays)
Amana WaterPark Cottage Rates.
Check the pictures or refer to their website.
Amana WaterPark Contact Details:
For inquiries you may contact Ms. Maricris De Leon via the numbers below.
Manila Line: (02) 299-66-12 or (02) 299-67-03
Bulacan Contact numbers: (044) 661-23-83 or (044) 661-23-84
Mobile: 0922 870 8428 or 0923 7135874
Email Address: amanawaterpark(at)yahoo.com
You can refer to this map or try to inquire to Amana Waterpark
*This blog is not in anyway related to Amana WaterPark and pictures from this post are property of their respective owners. For more details refer to their official website or facebook page.