15 Kid-Friendly Places You Can Visit This Summer

8. Picnic Grove

Picnic Grove

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Picnic Grove is one of the first few parks built in Tagaytay.  The place has been proven kid-friendly as schools, families, and other institutions recommend the place for children. The place is definitely conducive for kids who want to play in their beautiful garden, zip line, or just simply enjoy the Taal Volcano as your backdrop.

7. Amana Water Park

Amana Waterpark

For children who love Avengers and action figures like Spider-Man, this water park is definitely a must-see water destination. Local television stations, as well as, parent bloggers, have already featured Amana Water Park, for its unique concept, which is specifically designed for children. They are located in Bulacan, which is just a few hours away from Manila.

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Read more here: Amana Water Park: A Must-Visit Pool This Summer

6. Casa Astillero Beach Resort, Batangas

Casa Astillero Batangas

A semi-private resort in Calatagan, Batangas, Casa Astillero Beach Resort has captured the hearts of many children. If your children love to go camping (or just being inside the tent), picnic, or building sand castles, Casa Astillero Beach Resort, would really come in handy.

Casa Astillero Batangas

So, for your next outdoor camping destination, try this resort in Batangas.

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5. Island Cove and Leisure Park, Cavite

Isalnd Cove Hotel

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Island Cove is located in Cavite, which is just 25 minutes away if you are coming from Roxas Boulevard. It is a one-stop holiday destination for families who would like to experience fine dining, relaxing staycation, and enjoy the wildlife sanctuary.

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4. Splash Island, Laguna

Splash Island

Known for its massive and exciting slides, Splash Island has always been a great attraction for kids. My 4 kids enjoyed their pool that has a sea-like wave and the place is totally safe for kids!

3. Manila Ocean Park

Manila Ocean Park

If you want to stay within the city, Manila Ocean Park is a perfect alternative. Manila Ocean Park is the first world-class marine theme park located near Luneta Park, which is another place for the kids to run around. My kids love the sharks and the sting-ray encounter, penguin show, and, of course, the Oceanarium.

Manila Ocean Park

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2. Blue Bay Walk


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There’s a lot of things you can do at Blue Bay Walk. However, I suggest going there at night time so it’s not too hot for you. You can play bubbles with the kids, picnic, and rent a bike there, too!

Blue Bay Walk has a lot of restaurants to try as well. So far, we’ve only tried The Ostrich Farm and surprisingly, the kids loved it! You may read more about the Ostrich Farm here:

Ostrich farm bay walk

The Ostrich Farm: Serves Our Comfort Food with a New Twist! 

1. Intramuros / Rizal Park


Intramuros is the oldest district and historic core of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Intramuros is known as a tourist spot and a perfect place for everyone. It is educational for both parents and children.

I am extremely excited what this summer is in store for us. I can’t wait to explore more jaw-dropping places with my family soon!

So, have you decided where to go this summer? Share them in the comment section below!