September 25, 2016

Adult Playgrounds in Manila you can enjoy with the whole ‘barkada’

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    1. Ball Pit Manila

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    Ball Pit Manila is the first and biggest adult ball pit in the Philippines. Featuring 80,000 balls to play with, get ready to swing, jump, and just roll all over the coolest playground made for adults in the city. Standard Entrance Fee is P349 per hour. This is the perfect hangout place for your barkada if you’re already tired of the usual catch up scenarios. It comes with free coffee or iced tea too!

    Address: 101 Urban Avenue, Makati City

    Rates: P349/hour, must book in advance

    Business Hours: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm (Monday to Sunday)

    Contact: 0995-383-2603

    Website: ballpitmanila.com

    Facebook Page: facebook.com/ballpitmanila

     

    1. Flying Trapeze Philippines

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    This one’s for the brave hearts out there! Flying Trapeze is the first and only full-scale Flying Trapeze rig in the Philippines! Inspired by death-defying circus acts, Flying Trapeze Philippines will give you a chance to feel like you can score a role in Cirque de Soleil! Don’t worry about your safety, Flying Trapeze uses only the latest and best equipment designed by Jackie Tan, the most trusted and well respected circus equipment supplier in the world! This activity is totally fun and addicting! Check out their rates and packages HERE.

    Address: Federacion Drive corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

    Rates: from P800-P1,250, depending on time and day

    Business Hours: 9:00 am-9:00 am (Saturday), 10:00 am-7:00 am (Sunday)

    Contact: 0917-242-0331

    Website: trapeze.ph

    Facebook Page: Flying Trapeze Philippines

     

    1. Breakout Philippines

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    Breakout is the first real escape room game in the Philippines that will let you live in different scenarios with well crafted storylines full of unexpected twists and turns that you have to solve in order to escape. Immerse yourself in an interactive game where you need to find clues and solve logic puzzles based on various storylines and themed rooms. Plan as a team and solve puzzles collaboratively in order to escape before time expires.

    Address: Paragon Plaza, Ground Floor Reliance Street corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City

    Rates: P400-650 per head, depending on number of participants

    Business Hours: Open everyday

    Contact Number: 0927-2571602

    Website: breakout.com.ph

    Facebook Page: facebook.com/breakoutphilippines

     

    1. Mystery Manila

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    Mystery Manila is the first live role playing game in the Philippines. Try something exciting and new and choose among several mysteries that will transport you to various themed locations and scenarios. You will discover different clues and objects that will help you solve the mystery. It’s up to you to use your wits to figure out how to escape in less than 60 minutes. They also do customized mysteries for special corporate events and media launches. Mystery Manila has branches in Quezon City, Makati, and Boracay.

    Quezon City Branch: Unit 9A, JW Plaza Building, 195 E. Rodriguez Jr Avenue, Quezon City, Monday-Friday 1:00PM-9:30PM, Saturday-Sunday and holidays 9:00AM-9:30PM;

    Makati Branch: 2nd floor, G. A. Yupangco Building, Jupiter Street and Gil Puyat Avenue corner Reposo Street, Makati City, Monday-Friday 1:00PM-9:30PM, Saturday-Sunday and Holidays 9:00AM-9:30PM;

    Century Mall, Makati: 3rd Floor Century City Mall, Kalayaan Avenue corner Salamanca Street, Makati City, Monday-Friday 1:00PM-9:30PM, Saturday 9:00AM-10:30PM, Sunday 9:00AM-9:30PM;

    Boracay Branch: 3rd Floor Alexandrea Building, Main Road, Station 1, Boracay Island, Everyday 1:00PM-9:30PM

    Rates: Prices start at P450 per head, depending on location and number of participants

    Contact number: 0917-582-0808

    Website: mysterymanila.com

    Facebook Page: facebook.com/pg/Mysterymanila

     

    1. Trampoline Park

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    The idea is to bring people together, get active, get fit and have a ton of fun while doing so. Whether you’re flying across main court, diving into our giant foam pit, playing an intense game of dodgeball warfare, breaking new ground in one of our fitness classes or competing with your friends to see who can land the higest and coolest or smoothest slam dunk – Trampoline Park can be enjoyed by everyone.

    Address: The Portal, Mayflower Street, Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City

    Rates: P180-200 for 30 minutes; purchase of grip socks for P100 is required.

    Business Hours: 12:00 nn – 9:00 pm (Monday-Thursday), 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm (Friday), 09:00 am – 10:00 pm pm (Saturday), 9:00 am – 9:00 pm (Sunday)

    Contact number: 02-532-5849

    Website: trampolinepark.ph

    Facebook Page: facebook.com/trampolineparkph

     

    1. Jump Yard

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    Jump Yard is the first and biggest indoor trampoline park in the Philippines. They offer many fun activities that you and your friends can enjoy!  Their expansive indoor trampoline park can accommodate individuals or groups of jumpers all at the same time.  Activities like Dodge Ball and Foam Pit are tailor-fit for fun-loving and energetic people who can play smart, yet who enjoy the freedom of flying high and defying gravity.

    Address: Frontera Verde Complex, Ortigas Avenue corner C5, Pasig City

    Rates: Rates start at P250 per hour per jumper

    Business Hours: 10:00 am – 8:30 pm (Monday-Thursday), 10:00 am – 9:30 pm (Friday), 9:00 am – 9:30 pm (Saturday-Sunday and holidays)

    Contact number: 02-544-0703 / 0908-472-0031

    Website: jumpyard.ph

    Facebook Page: facebook.com/jumpyardPH

     

    1. Ninja Academy

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    Discover your potentials as a ninja here! Ninja Academy is the 1st indoor Parkour Facility in the Philippines and most complete in South East Asia. Aside from learning parkour here, Ninja Academy also has a one of a kind Circuit Training Area for strengthening and conditioning. They houses the country’s First Salmon Ladder, Finger bouldering and Uneven Bridge! Various martial arts will be introduced soon.

    Pasig Branch: 155 Dr. Sixto Antonio Avenue, Brgy. Rosario, Pasig City, 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Monday-Friday), 10:00 am – 9:00 pm (Saturday), 10:00 am – 7:00 pm (Sunday);

    Las Pinas Branch: Warehouse 2, BNM7210 Group Corporation, Manila Doctors Village Road, Las Pinas City, 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Monday-Friday), 10:00 am – 9:00 pm (Saturday), and 10:00 am – 7:00 pm (Sunday)

    Rates: P350 walk-in charge for 3 hours

    Contact number:  0917-5658945

    Website: ninjaacademy.ph

    Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/NinjaAcademyph

     

    1. Left Behind

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    Left Behind is a real-life role-playing escape experience where players are immersed in uniquely themed challenges that calls for teamwork and wit.

    Address: Mandala Park, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City

    Rates: Prices start at P450 per head, depending on the number of participants

    Business Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:00AM-10:00PM, Friday-Sunday 10:00AM-11:00PM

    Contact number: 0927-770-7230

    Website: leftbehindph.com

    Facebook Page: facebook.com/leftbehind.ph

     

    Source: lifestyle.abs-cbn.com

                 
               
               
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