A day of FUN-filled RIDES at Enchanted Kingdom

Wheel of Fate, Enchanted Kingdom

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My Kids goes to Enchanted Kingdom

My kiddos, Son and Daughter were very excited on their Educational Field Trip at St. Anthony of Makati held last October 28, 2016.

As early as 4:30 in the morning,   they're already out of bed and started checking their things ready like extra shirts, towels and cap prepared earlier.

They ate their breakfast and pause for a while.  Then,  they went to the bathroom and took their bath and brush their teeth.

After all these preparations,   they wear their school P.E. Uniform and ID.   Then,  we left home by 6AM with full of excitement.

At school, school admin they are expected their students together with /or without parent/ guardian at 6:00AM. But, we had just arrived at 6:10 AM.  We're thought were late.  But, the bus just departed at around 6:45AM.

And here are our itineraries.

We visited the century House of Emilio Aguinaldo where the declation of Philippine Independence took place on June 12, 2898.

Emilio Aguinaldo's Shrine at Kawit Cavite
Emilio Aguinaldo's Shrine
SECOND STOP:  PARADIZOO, Mendez Cavite
Paradizoo, a theme park that suits you’re longing for a peaceful and yet exciting sanctuary, offers a combination of Paradise and Zoo that is uniquely relaxing and entertaining. It is a destination for pleasure, learning and healthy living.

Paradizoo @ Mendez, Cavite
Then, we headed to Mazapan Pasalubong Center to buy some paslubong and Paseo De Sta. Rosa to have lunch before going to the Enchanted Kingdom.

Last stop, ENCHANTED KINGDOM.  Hoorayyy!!! Yes, My kids and I went to the famous themed-park in Laguna, The Enchanted Kingdom.

And here are the Rides which we availed as we have limited time and considering the fact that, long lines ahead before actually getting into the rides :) .  So, by making smart decision, we have had choose The Grand Carousel as our first stop inside the theme park.

1. The Grand Carousel
Grand Carouse, Enchanted Kingdom
photo from EK

My eldest son is not interested to get to the ride.  But, we're able to make him ride since he will be left alone outside .  
Ricci, Charles and I during our Grand Carousel Ride at Enchanted Kingdom
Ricci, Charles and I during our Grand Carousel Ride at Enchanted Kingdom
The Grand Carousel is Enchanted Kingdom’s elegant centerpiece that greets guests upon their entry to the theme park.  With its features of 60 Victorian horses and 2 Chariots inlaid with goddesses and cherubs, the ride takes guests back to the Victorian era.

Minimum height requirement: 42 inches (107 cm)Guest(s) 32 inches (81 cm) to below 42 inches (107 cm) must be securely held by a chaperoneExpectant mothers and carried children are permitted on the chariots onlyDifferently-abled guest(s) must be assisted by companion(s)Guest(s) should be in good health, free from motion sickness and other conditions that may be aggravated by this rideOnly one (1) guest is allowed per horse
source:  http://enchantedkingdom.ph/posts/grand-carousel/
  
2. Flying Fiesta
Flying Fiesta at Enchanted Kingdom
Flying Fiesta
This is what my son's wishlist.  To hop in and ride in Flying Fiesta.  At first, he was afraid as he will seated alone next to me.  By the way, I'm seated beside my 7-year old daughter.
Charles at the Flying Fiesta, Enchanted Kingdom
Charles at the Flying Fiesta
Father and Daughter bonding at the Flying Fiesta at Enchanted Kingdom.
Father and Daughter bonding at the Flying Fiesta at Enchanted Kingdom.
Experience an exhilarating swing ride on the Flying Fiesta. Guests get the feel of flying as the rotation speed of the 52 swing seats increases while a wave motion is created by gradual lifts, drops and tilts. Parent and child will have a thrilling and memorable ride on the tandem seats.

Guest(s) 39 inches (99 cm) and below 47 inches (119 cm) must be accompanied by a chaperone and on tandem seats onlyMinimum height to ride is 47 inches (119 cm)Differently-abled guest(s) must be assisted by companion(s)Guest(s) should be in good health, free from motion sickness and other conditions that may be aggravated by this ride.  Only 1 guest per seat is allowed Due to the design of the seats and restraints, guests of exceptional build may not be able to ride
source: http://enchantedkingdom.ph/posts/flying-fiesta/
  
3. Caterpillar Drive
Junior Coaster or Caterpillar Ride
Junior Coaster or Caterpillar Ride
Us, watching the roller coaster,
This junior coaster is designed for guests who want the up-and-down, twist-and-turn excitement of a roller coaster minus the quick thumping heartbeat that the big thrill rides bring. The Roller Skater has 8 coaches that seat 2 guests each.

As always,  I need to accompany my daughter for this ride. Else, staff would not allow her to hop-in and experience the roller coaster (junior)



Guest(s) 36 inches (91 cm) to below 52 inches (132 cm) must be accompanied by a chaperone, Minimum height to ride is 52 inches (132 cm). Differently-abled guest(s) must be assisted by companion(s)Guest(s) should be in good health, free from motion sickness and other conditions that may be aggravated by this ride. Maximum of 2 guests allowed per coach.
source: http://enchantedkingdom.ph/posts/roller-skater/
  
4. Wheel of Fate

We are not afraid of height,  So, let's go up up away!
one gondola for us please! preparing for the coaster

At first, they're afraid,  But, after a cycle, fear has been conquered :) . Good job kids! 

We're able to catch our breath at the top and enjoy the beautiful 360 angles outside Enchanted Kingdom.

So you also better try this out.  Go for a truly enchanting ride on this big, old fashioned Ferris Wheel which lifts the riders over 130 feet into the air. There are 36 gondolas and each gondola can accommodate up to 6 riders. One gets a breathtaking view of the entire theme park and the surrounding areas of Laguna province from the top of the Wheel of Fate.

 

Guest(s) 36 inches (91 cm) and below 48 inches (122 cm) must be accompanied by a chaperone. Minimum height to ride is 48 inches (122 cm).  Differently-abled guest(s) must be assisted by companion(s)Guest(s) should be in good health, free from motion sickness and other conditions that may be aggravated by this ride. Maximum of 6 guests allowed per gondola
http://enchantedkingdom.ph/posts/wheel-of-fate/

5. Rio Grande

We're not able to have a picture inside, but one thing for sure.  We enjoyed the ride.  As expected, we're wet.  Good thing we have extra clothes.
after Rio Grande adventure.
Rushing over rough waters onboard a rubber raft is no tame experience. The Rio Grande Rapids is an exhilarating family (or group) ride that has guests constantly catching their breath while traversing raging white water.  Each of the 11 circular rafts can seat 8 riders for this awesome and refreshing water adventure. Expect to get wet on this ride!

Minimum height to ride is 42 inches (107 cm)Guest(s) 36 inches (91 cm) to below 42 inches (107 cm) must be accompanied by a chaperone. Differently-abled guest(s) must be assisted by companion(s)Guest(s) should be in good health, free from motion sickness and other conditions that may be aggravated by this ride, Maximum of 8 guests allowed per raft, EXPECT TO GET WET ON THIS RIDE
source: http://enchantedkingdom.ph/posts/rio-grande-rapids/

That's how our day ends at Enchanted Kingdom. We're able to managed to have 5 rides.  From the Grand Carousel, Roller Coaster, Flying Fiesta, Wheel of Fate and Rio Grand,  Plus, my kids also enjoyed the playground if they wanted not to avail the rides.






FamTour @ Aguinaldo Shrine


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