Aqua Planet, the newest park in the Philippines opened to the public on February 24 was featured in the May issue of Amusement Today for it’s innovation and variety of guest offerings.
The nearly 25-acre property cost more than $49 million (2.5 billion PH Pesos) to construct and claims to be one of the largest water parks in the Philippines. The facility can accommodate up to 3,500 guests on 25 water attractions including a FlowRider, spiral slides, a bowl slide, tornado-style slide, multi-lane racing slide, lazy river, wave pool, and a children’s interactive water play structure.
Aquatic Development Group of New York designed and developed the property for resort owners BB International Leisure and Resort Development, along with locally based Morris International Recreation Technology serving as consultants.
In addition to design and planning, ADG provided the equipment required for wave generation, water filtration, water flow pumps and a FlowRider surf attraction. The wave generation equipment supplied by ADG for Boogie Bay, is capable of producing eight different types of waves. The Bubblies Bay children’s area includes an interactive waterplay structure and a wave pool specifically for children. The pool features three different types of gentle waves. The backdrop of the Boogie Bay wave pool includes a 600-inch LED television screen that is bright enough to display video day
and night. Comfortable chairs, umbrella tables and 24 beach cabanas line the front, shallow end of the pool.
In addition to the cabanas, the park has seating for more than 3,000 provided by umbrella tables with chairs and lounge chairs that are free for guests to use. 600 lockers are available for rent and WiFi is available throughout the park.
For more information on ADG’s work with Aqua Planet please read the case study: https://www.aquaticgroup.com/our-work-details/aqua-planet-design-supply/