BY: MAREL FLOREEN BALUYOS
January 26, 2019
Cebu’s industry hub, Mandaue City, is getting a splash. Prepare yourself to get wet and get challenged. Every fun ride and extreme activity is being prepared for you.
The Waterworld Cebu with its 3-hectare complex will put the busy city at the center of tourism as it promises the largest water park in the province.
This is the first and biggest venture outside of Iloilo of the Eon Group of Companies, an Iloilo-based real estate, hotel, and food manufacturing sector operator.
Actual progress photo (RomanSlerz / SkyScraperCity-Cebu)
Resort Features & Amenities
1. Waterworld: 7 Amazing Water Slides
The water park’s main attractions are its extreme slides with 7 different types, including:
- Tornado Water slide
- 15-meter (high) Mat Racer
- 18-meter (high) Speed Shooter
- Space Hole
- 40-meter Loop Slide
- Family Camel Slide
- Family Rapid Slide
Photo from Waterworld Iloilo
Actual progress photo (SkyScraperCity-Cebu)
2. Giant Wave Pool
There is no little or small about this place. An example of that is their 1,500-square-meter wave pool with 1.5-meter-high waves that can accommodate 1,000 people in one time.
3. Amazing World: The Carnival Place
Yes, Waterworld Cebu is more than just a water park! There are also tons of water slides, sprays and an amusement park. It will feature these thrilling, adventure-filled rides:
- Ferris Wheel
- Double Loop Roller coaster
- Space ship
- Swing ride
- Pirate ship
4. Waterworld Resort Hotel and Conference Center
Waterworld Cebu will also build a three-storey hotel facility that will include at least 70 corporate and family rooms and a convention facility with 9 function rooms that can accommodate up to 200 people each.
They will also have a bowling center, a spa facility, a food court with delectable dining options, among others.
Rates & Other Information
It is located at Barangay Opao, Mandaue City, Cebu — near the tip of Marcelo Fernan Bridge in Mandaue City side.
Waterworld Cebu is expected to be completed by March 2019.
- Entrance fee: ₱350 per head for both kids & adults (not yet official)
- Table rentals: ₱300-500 per day, good for 8pax (not yet official)
- Room rates: ₱3,000 to 5,000 per night, good for 2-4pax (not yet official)
Actual progress photo (Ean Subang)