You Can Now Go To An Inflatable Unicorn Theme Park [VIDEO]

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Tourists can now go to an inflatable unicorn theme park in the Philippines, according to a BuzzFeed article Tuesday.

Inflatable Island is a water theme park that features colorful pastel attractions with a new attraction called Unicorn Island, BuzzFeed reported. Unicorn Island features a rainbow-colored entrance, a sea unicorn named Climby, and a larger-than-life inflatable unicorn named Baba, according to their website.

Meet BABA, the official bubbly mascot of Inflatable Island!

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So how was your long weekend? @kashiatitoo

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We have unicorns & rainbows @daryllcs

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The park also has a separate playground in the water that features rock climbing, a trampoline, and jungle bars for all ages. The inflatable playground also has attractions for children such as the kiddie slide. This playground also has a new slide called the “Vortex” that the site advertises as the “craziest inflatable pool ride yet” opening in April.

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The beach also has another new attraction called the Bali lounge that is a beautiful pastel-colored oasis on the beach.


A “Sprinkle” pass is $10. A “Splash” pass, which is a two-hour pass, is around $11. A half-day “Spray” pass is $14 and a full-day “Soak” pass is $16. All of the passes include a full-day of time on the surrounding beach.

The park also has a two-hour unlimited barbecue and team building experience for summer 2018.

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