Subic in the Philippines is home to many coral species which divers love, but did you know that it is also housing Unicorn Island and home to the world’s largest inflatable unicorn?
The 15-metre tall unicorn float, aptly dubbed “UnicornZilla”, make the most impressive holiday shot and unique experience for you and your friends.
It is so big, that there is even a pool inside it that can accommodate up to 20 people so you can chill with your friends after taking your photos. When you think you’ve had enough fun, you can make your exit even more so- simply slide down its rainbow tail.
UnicornZilla isn’t the only thing to see. The giant float is just one of the many attractions of Inflatable Island Subic, the largest floating playground in all of Asia. and even without the UnicornZilla, Inflatable Island Subic’s and Unicorn Island is still worth a visit- I’ll tell you why.
The entire inflatable area is filled with obstacle courses for you to fulfil your wildest Ninja Warrior dreams.
Still not getting enough thrills? There are even 3-storey high water slides on this island for all you adrenaline-seekers out there.
Thought we were done with unicorns? No. Welcome to Unicorn Island, where all your rainbow dreams come true. As part of Inflatable Island Subic, it is another perfect place for Instagram shots that make you look like you are in rainbow paradise.
When you are done with all the fun activities, or simply need a place to catch your breath, you can relax in either the pink and yellow Bali lounges, or the Sunflower lounge. Of course, both places make very vibrant selfie spots.
Not going to Subic? Don’t worry, there is another Inflatable Island in Cebu although it does not host a gigantic unicorn. It does, however, have animal cabans- if you thought the beautiful beach shots couldn’t get anymore prettier.
Admission to Inflatable Island starts at P499 (approximately S$13) for 1 hour, P599(approximately S$16) for 2 hours, P699(approximately S$18) for a half-day pass and P899(approximately S$24) for a whole-day pass. Book online, and you can save yourself P100(approximately S$3) as compared to going to the island to purchase the tickets. Also, to enjoy playing here, you will have to be in proper attire- no zips. Otherwise, you will be denied entry to the floating island. Don’t be THAT guy.
Whether you want to sweat it out and challenge yourself with the many obstacles present, or simply want to visit Inflatable Island for the gram, it looks like the perfect beach getaway.
Prices: P49(1 hour), P599(2 hours), P699(half-day pass), P899(whole-day pass)
Opening hours: 7am-6pm daily
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