Splash Island

Remote Southwoods Ecocentrum, Southwoods Exit, SLEX, Binan, Laguna, Philippines, Biñan, Laguna Published on: 13-11-2015

08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Theme Park
11.00 USD

Splash Island is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
Splash Island is considered as one of the most premier and inviting resort in the Philippines. Splash Island features several attractive and exciting facilities.

Image copyrights belong to authors

Why Splash Island is special ?

Splash Island is considered as one of the most premier and inviting resort in the Philippines. Splash Island features different luring and interesting attractions to individuals who want to be relaxed and refreshed. For tourists who will be coming from Manila City, they can easily reach this place because it is just half hour away from Metro Manila. With the world-class entertainment, recreational, and dining facilities, everyone can surely have a great time in this resort.

The main goal for establishing this resort is to provide leisure and relaxation by featuring exciting swimming pools and unique giant slides. In order to enter the premises of this enticing resort, there are admission fees that people should pay.

Source: http://www.manilaboard.com/

What to explore at Splash Island?

Splash Island features several attractive and exciting facilities. For those who want to try different enjoyable activities aside from swimming, they can try available rides in the place. King Pilipit is a giant slide inside the resort with thrilling twists. After sliding at King Pilipit, families can have an enjoyable raft ride at Rio Montanosa. Another giant slide with twists that people can find at Splash Island is Dos Supremos. Moreover, for those who want to try the exciting tunnel ride at the place, they can always visit Big Bam Boo.

Aside from these attractions, people can also visit other facilities at Splash Island like its souvenir shop known as Gift Galleon. This gift store sells different items like swim gear, keepsakes, as well as toiletries. On the other hand, for those who want to dine, the place features a food court and a restaurant named Fiesta sa Pulo.

Source: http://www.manilaboard.com/

How to get to Splash Island?

Situated at Southwoods Ecocentrum within the municipality of Binan in Laguna, Splash Island is not that hard to locate. For those who will be traveling using their own vehicles, they need to drive through South Luzon Expressway and take the Southwoods Exit. As they enter Southwoods Ecocentrum, they need to turn left to reach the resort. Meanwhile, for those who will be traveling by means of public transportation, they need to take buses from Manila that are bound to Alabang, Muntinlupa City. From Alabang, they should ride in jeepneys going to Binan. As they reach the municipality, there are taxis that can transport them directly to Splash Island.

Source: http://www.manilaboard.com/

Selling points

  • “Awesome place to have a family reunions”
  • “Nice place to cool down. :)”
  • “Great Slides and Waves”
  • “Great place to hang out with friends!”
  • “Beat the Heat”
3  nice days in Manila with my family

Are you planning a trip to Manila? Check out popular trips from our experts. Copy and make it to your own plan. Customize it Now!

3.0 days
118.59 USD
Total travel distance
Number of places
14 places




Southwoods Ecocentrum, Southwoods Exit, SLEX, Binan, Laguna, Philippines, Biñan, Laguna

Plan a trip to Manila based on your personalized interests.

Tips for you

  • Don't forget to bring your bathing/swim suits and extra clothes.
    What to bring
  • Be prepared to be soaked in water. It is also important to bring sunblock lotion especially during summer days.
    What to bring
  • There is no standard swimming pool (one where you can swim laps) in Splash Island.
  • During peak season, operating dates & hours are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Monday to Friday: open for private functions, corporate events, school field trips, team building or big groups only with a minimum of 100 persons.
  • When you see a fork in the road after about 50 meters, take the left road. Drive straight ahead and you’ll see Splash Island.


TripAdvisor View more

Celebrating the 3rd birthday of daughter, I'm thinking it should be a memorable celebration for my daughter and for my family as well. With a thrift budget,I'm thinking to celebrate it at any fast food chain such as jolibee,mcdonalds etc. luckily I have discount voucher from metrodeal and for only 300 (with a value of 500) we got to have an ALL DAY pass at Splash Island. The place is nice, though its crowded (yeah its summer!) We got to enjoy every rides and pools. My daughter even enjoy the "Balsa River" and the kiddie pool. the only lapse would be the food and drinks, guests are not allowed to brong food and drinks and the food that being sold inside are quite expensive. But over all experience, We've enjoyed everything in splash island and we're planning to go back again maybe next year (waiting for metrodeal vouchers lol :D)

TripAdvisor View more

Since we arrived at the resort at around 9:30am, it is expected that the place is jam-packed especially it is summer weekend . No available lockers by the time it is our turn to keep our things so they offered a big plastic container which is okay. You need to fall in line two times in all attraction slides: (1) for the equipment and (2) for the slide proper , but I tell you, its worth it :D Showers are not enough to accommodate all the people and you'll try so hard just to get enough water from the shower (but still not enough !) It is more practical to purchase discounted tickets online so that you wouldn't think that 500php is wasted~ P.S. All slides are awesome. Try Magellan's Drop and King Pilipit :)

FourSquare View more

Great water rides and amenities. Tho too crowded during peak seasons (summer months, holidays and long weekends). You have to wait for at least an hour on long queues before you get your turn

0 Comment

Scroll to top