SNOW WORLD CEBU: First-Ever Ice Theme Park in the Southside

Cebu’s first-ever world-class Ice Theme Park, SNOW WORLD CEBU officially opens to the public tomorrow, Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 12NN.

For Php350 per head, both adults and kids can experience their own version of Winter Wonderland right in the heart of the tropical island!

The ice theme park has an area of 2,000 square meters and noted to be BIGGER than the one in Pasay City, Manila. At the ground floor, you’ll be amazed at the awesome ice sculptures carved by the finest Philippine carvers then you’ll get to experience how it feels like to be in a snow village with a café that will soon open to everyone who’s up for some hot choco and pastries.

Animal ice sculptures
Minglanilla Mayor Elanito Peña and Vice-Governor Agnes Almendras Magpale flanked by VIP guests at the Media Launching & VIP Day last November 9, 2018
More animal ice sculptures and the white Christmas tree
From L-R: Winter Wonderland Entertainment President Mr. Thomas Choong, Cebu Vice-Governor Agnes Almendras Magpale, Mrs. Josephine Ho, Mr. Dwight Lim, Ms. Josie Fe Lim, and Belmont One President Chester Lim and family during the ceremonial ice breaking.
#lifeisbeyeeutiful in Snow World Cebu 🙂

From L-R: Mr. Dwight Lim, Belmont One President Chester Lim, Cebu Vice-Governor Agnes Almendras Magpale, Ms. Josie Fe Lim, Mrs. Josephine Ho, and Winter Wonderland Entertainment President Mr. Thomas Choong.

At the upper floor, you can see people lining up for the fun ice slide. While waiting, you can lounge in their viewing deck to appreciate the ice sculptures and people having fun going down the slide. Definitely, the view is such a dreamy sight to behold.

ICE SLIDE

VIEWING DECK

with the Queen of Events, Emmbisyosa 🙂

 

 

For their opening promo, Snow World Cebu is giving away FREE bonnets for first 500 guests on Sunday.

#LIFEISBEYEEUTIFUL WHEN YOU’RE IN SNOW WORLD CEBU!

TICKET GUIDELINES

❄️ Available onsite

❄️ Unlimited entry for the day, No time limit inside

❄️ Children below 2 years old can get in for FREE

❄️ Once purchased, strictly NO RETURN/NO CANCELLATION/NO REFUND APPLIES

ICE THEME PARK GUIDELINES

☃️ Free use of jacket and gloves (subject to availability so bringing your own jacket and wearing an extra layer of clothing or two are also advisable as sub-zero temperature is to be expected)

☃️ Wear rubber shoes or boots and socks

☃️ Open sandals and high-heels are not allowed inside the ice theme park

☃️ Use of cameras, phones, or any sort of gadgets are PROHIBITED inside

☃️ For Php100, the in-house photographers can take your picture (By the entrance, there are computer monitors with your photos in it, just approach their staff so you can select the photos you want and that’s the time they’ll print it.)

☃️ Children below 10 years old and senior citizens need to be accompanied by a guardian

☃️ Eating is not allowed in the snow area, only in the café. (For now, there are food stalls outside the snow area — popcorn, ice cream, doughnuts, and drinks.)

☃️ Bringing of knife, cigarette, lighter, matchbox, firearms, and all inflammable objects inside the ice theme park is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

 

OPERATING HOURS

Mondays to Fridays: 2PM to 10PM

Saturdays & Sundays: 12PM to 10PM

LOCATION: Belmont One’s Anjo World Theme Park, Cebu South Road, Upper Calajoan, Minglanilla

Contact Number: 0917-3044368

Email address: snowworldcebu@gmail.com

For more updates, like and follow their Facebook page: @snowworldcebu

Don’t forget to post your Snow World Cebu experience and tag them with their official hashtags: #SnowWorldCebu 

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2 Replies to “SNOW WORLD CEBU: First-Ever Ice Theme Park in the Southside”

  1. Is there a food in the venue?

    1. There are food stalls outside the snow area.
      During the launching, there were stalls that sell doughnuts, popcorn, ice cream, and drinks.
      For the cafe inside the area, last time I was there, it wasn’t finished yet.

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