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A Massive Inflatable Unicorn Island Actually Exists—This Is Not a Drill

A plane ticket to the Philippines may be worth the trip considering an Inflatable Island day pass only costs $16!

A Massive Inflatable Unicorn Island Actually Exists—This Is Not a Drill

Calling all unicorns! We have officially located the motherland, and our rainbow hearts can’t handle its greatness. Trendy pool floaties and sprinklers are an actual joke compared to Inflatable Island, the biggest floating playground in Asia. This massive, Instagramable haven is the unicorn utopia we never knew we needed—it seems our prayers have been answered.

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This tropical Neverland now ranges over 36,600 square feet of water, which is basically equivalent to 8 basketball courts placed side by side one another. Between the inflatable slides, towers, bridges, human launchers (WHAT?!), and swings, this is everyone’s childhood dreams realized.

Unicorn Island 2 Courtesy of Inflatable Island

The greatness that is Unicorn Island doesn’t even compare to the insanely large floating playground as seen on this map. Does anyone else have a vast emptiness inside of them now that they know this place exists, and have yet to go?

Inflatable Island Map Courtesy of Inflatable Island

Hypothetically, if anyone ever needed a break from the inflatable promised land they have the pleasure of relaxing on the beach in the incredible Pink Bali Lounge—although we will have a full-blown Tom Hanks Cast Away moment if we ever get the chance to strand ourselves on Inflatable Island.

Pink Bali Lounge Courtesy of Inflatable Island

Come on do you blame us? There is an inflatable cinema, a floating zoo, and a three-foot unicorn—THREE FREAKIN’ FOOT UNICORN PEOPLE!

3 Foot Unicorn Courtesy of Inflatable Island

The park located in Subic Bay in the Philippines is about $9.60 for full beach access and an hour of inflatable playtime while the whole day pass is just over $16—making this place even more magical than it already was. 

Floating Cinema Courtesy of Inflatable Island

Some things are too good to be true—and luckily, this is not one of those things. Who else is thankful to live in a world where unicorns are basically real?