October 16, 2017

Bahay Trese in Cainta: Immersive Theatrical Horror Experience

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  • If you want an exhilarating horror experience this Halloween season but too creeped out by real haunted houses, go inside Bahay Trese at Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall in Cainta for a little less creepy but nonetheless spine-tingling theatrical horror-venture.

    Knock. Enter. Survive.

    Now on its third season, Bahay Trese just opened its doors October 13 to a new story, centering on Pagdurusa ni Geronima (Geronima’s Suffering). Inspired by events of the World War II, this new immersive horror story combines historical facts with Asian horror film elements, making it a hair-raising and enlightening experience at the same time. If you have watched an Asian horror film, this will take you from simply being a spectator into a character trapped in the story.

    Are you ready to enter the dark?

    You will enter the first door as a character in the World War II, meeting and interacting with different characters along the way, so you will truly feel absorbed in the story. There are 10 rooms in Bahay Trese that you have to go through. Each room will either force you to witness a diabolical scene, run from the unknown, or solve some mysteries in order to escape.

    Who is Geronima? Find out and meet her yourself.

    There are fun booths outside Bahay Trese, like this face paint and make-up booth.

    There are also goodies you can buy and take home as tokens after surviving the horror house.

    Bahay Trese is inside the biggest World of Fun, located at Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall in Cainta. First opened in 2015, Bahay Trese was inspired by an unsolved mystery that happened on the 13th day of February 1945 – the Manila Massacre. Bahay Trese has since been an infamous house where mysteries are trapped and can only be solved by going in and safely going out.


    Address: Inside World of Fun, 4th Floor, Building 3, Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall, Cainta
    Operating hours: 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. (See their Facebook page for available days)
    Contact number: (02)997-2762
    Tickets: Php 299 (single ticket), Php 1,196 (group bundle – 4 tickets + 1 free)
    Website: www.bahaytrese.com.ph
    Facebook page: www.facebook.com/bahaytrese

    Written by Rizelle “Rei” Leaño

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