There’s a Floating Unicorn-Themed Island Off the Coast of the Philippines
This is Instagram gold.
If your summer wish list includes snagging one of these family-sized unicorn floats, you might also want to start saving some cash for this dream vacation.
A new theme park off the coast of the Philippines offers guests the chance to frolick on “the biggest floating playground in Asia”—and the best part? It’s all inspired by everyone’s favorite spirit animal.
Decked out in unicorns, rainbows and pastels, the park—which covers 36,000 square feet of water—is filled with obstacles and amusements that will delight the little kid in you. A candy-colored pathway leads into the playground, where three different inflatable unicorns—including our personal fave, the “SeaUnicorn”—are all ripe for the climbing.
Nearby, more obstacles await, from the “Human Launcher” to the “Happy Swing.” And if you’re a little more low key, no prob: There’s also a sunbathe lounge where you can float in peace in your unicorn paradise.
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But even if bouncing, sliding, and swinging aren’t your style, there’s more: Visitors to the park also gain access to the adorable, Instagram-worthy Pink Bali Lounge, a gorgeous stretch of beachfront decked out with pink and purple umbrellas and bean bag chairs. For us, that’s reason enough to pay a visit to this mood-boosting utopia (also, of course, to unleash your inner unicorn).
Ready to book a ladies’ getaway? Access to the park starts at $9, but we suggest springing for the full-day pass for a crazy cheap $16. Learn more about the park here.