After the sweltering summer heat I’ve endured in the last months, it is quite ironic to pray for some sun in the first week of the monsoon rain. It was my boyfriend’s birthday week and we planned, along with his family, to drive north to Clark, Pampanga for the newest waterpark attraction, Aqua Planet.
But the sun was not given that day.
So we braved the Thursday Habagat rain and hoped that we’ll still be able to enjoy the park. And guess what? We did! There’s like only a little more than 500 guests that day that the park feels like ours. Say hello to NO LINES to the slides and shower rooms.
Rainy days have perks too! (well, minus the chance of catching a fever after)
ALL ABOUT AQUA PLANET
Aqua Planet is a 10-hectare water park in Clark Freeport Zone with 14 water attractions, with different thrill levels, to experience. It just opened last February 2018 and it is considered to be one of the biggest waterparks in Asia that can accommodate 3,500 guests daily. No worries because it’s unlikely for the waterpark to be fully booked even on a rainy weekend.
Rainy Tip #1
If the rain seems heavy that day, you can visit Aqua Planet’s Facebook Page for operation updates. They are usually open even on rainy days except, of course, when there is typhoon or thunderstorms signal in the area.