Inflatable Island

Inflatable Island in Subic Zambales: Asia’s Biggest Floating Playground

Inflatable Island in Subic, Zambales is considered as Asia’s biggest floating playground. This water themed playground is 4,100 sqm. or as big as 8 basketball court! If you are still looking for fun and adventure this summer this place is perfect for you and your kids too.

Inflatable Island

Inflatable Island Rates:

For as low as P499, you can experience the ULTIMATE SUMMER EXPERIENCE:

πŸ„πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Inflatable Island Play Pass (1 HR, 2 HR, Half Day & Whole Day Pass available)
πŸ– WHOLE DAY BEACH & PINK BALI LOUNGE ACCESS
🏝 WHOLE DAY ACCESS TO FLOATING ZOO

Located 5 minutes away from Subic Freeport Zone πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

WHERE TO STAY IN INFLATABLE ISLAND:


  • Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel (Recommended)

  • The Reef

  • Moonbay Marina Villas

  • Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel

  • Subic Coco Hotel

  • Court Meridian

  • Grand Hoyah

  • Horizon Hotel (starts at 1,400 per night)

HOW TO GO TO INFLATABLE ISLAND :

Complete address: Subic Bay Waters, National Highway, Lower Kalaklan, Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines

Contact number and email: [email protected] / 0917 150 1103 or 0917 835 2665

πŸš†πŸš By public transportation.

From Manila: Head to Cubao (via LRT/MRT) and ride one of the buses that head to β€˜Olongapo’ or you can also ride a bus that heads to Iba, Zambales and then ask the driver to drop you off at the address of Inflatable Island

Once in Olongapo, ride a jeep and ask them to drop you off at Samba Blue Water Resort

🚘 By private vehicle. (*use Waze β€” but don’t follow it thoroughly, we got lost for this)

From Manila, head to NLEX (North Luzon Expressway) to SCTEX (Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway).

Take the Subic Bay Freeport Zone exit, and then take a right to Rizal Highway.

Take a left at Burgos Street (beside Remy Field) and go right to Canal Road. Keep following this road until you reach Dewey Avenue.

Exit to Kalaklan Gate (way to Zambales). Turn left, and then keep straight for 2 to 3 minutes until you see the Samba Bluewater Resort (formerly Subic Halfmoon Beach) β€” and that’s it! You’ll find the Inflatable Island ticket stall and entrance inside.

πŸ“· @dryllcs Inflatable website

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