Inflatable Island

Inflatable Island is considered as the biggest inflatable park in Asia. In fact, this playground can fit 8 basketball courts combined! Seeing all these inflatables right before our eyes had all of us unleashed our kid at heart spirits. Certainly one of a must-go-to place not just for kids but for all ages to have fun. It is located in Olangapo City, just 2.5-hr drive from Manila.

The park has 16 distinct stations. And even though we tried to budget our time with the 2-hr package we bought, we were only able to try two of their main stations. One of which was the Giant Tarzan Swing. It looked easy from the picture but once you are up there, you’ll definitely feel the anxiety. Don’t forget to hold a tight grip and let go once you feel that you are about to shoot through the sky. Momentum is a big factor in this station. Another tip, do not jump from the platform. Just let your body weight swing you to the sea! It is because a common mistake people do in this station is that they jump from the station; making their momentum going down instead of going forward. Doing this will surely give you a hard time in gripping those ropes.


Another main station is the BFB (Big Freaking Blob) that works in pairs. One person jumps from a higher ground onto the blob while another one excitedly awaits on top of the blob to be launched up 20ft in the air. This was a great finale to end our activity. We could have wanted another one but unfortunately our time was way over.


Below is the top view of BFB. Notice the guy as he jumps to hurl his friend into the sky.



You can also chill and rest in their Bali Lounge. Be sure to secure a spot beforehand as it gets really crowded in this definitely instagram-worthy location!


This is definitely a place we recommend for friends and family for all ages.


Surely, 2-hr package is never enough especially when there is a large crowd as your time gets eaten by just lining up. But then again, know your priority, get in there and just have fun!

You can buy your tickets from their website:


How to get there:


Take  a bus for OLONGAPO CITY from Victory Liner Terminal  (Pasay/Cubao/Caloocan). After exiting from the Victory Liner Terminal of  Olongapo, look for the BLUE JEEP TERMINAL located near Chowking  Restaurant, around the Ulo ng Apo. Ride the Jeep and tell driver to drop  you in Halfmoon Beach and you’ll be able to see signs for Inflatable  Island PH. Bus rates range from: Php 194 – 245 per person.



From  Manila, take NLEX-SCTEX until you see the exit to Subic. Once you do,  take the Subic exit. Once you get inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone, take a  right to RIZAL HIGHWAY. Go straight until you see the second stoplight  (STAY TO THE LEFT). You will be turning left in BURGOS STREET (beside  REMY FIELD). Then go RIGHT TO CANAL ROAD. Keep following the road until  you reach DEWEY AVENUE, and then exit to the KALAKLAN GATE (way to  Zambales).

Afterwards,  turn LEFT TO Olongapo-Bunggalon Road/RH National Highway and keep  straight until you see SAMBA BLUEWATER RESORT where you’ll find the entrance to  INFLATABLE ISLAND PH. To check on more info on how to get there, visit this link.


Essentials Tips:

  1. Be sure to reserve a spot first in Bali Lounge
  2. Try to do the major stations first
  3. Enjoy and have fun!