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Snow World is part of the newly opened Anjo World amusement park in Minglanilla, south of Cebu City.  There is a separate entrance fee for SW.  P350 at the gate or p300 on Klook.  If you want AW+SW, it's 650 or 600 on Klook.  We were not interested in the rides.

SW is an indoor snow making amusement like those that are popping up in the tropics.  They said the temp is -15 C.  As far as I could see, their snow making equipment is a high pressure water hose with fine mist nozzles.  Not as sophisticated as the equipment at ski resorts.  The "snow" is course and icy.  You can't make a decent snowball with it!

You enter in groups every 30 minutes.  It is "unli" but I doubt that many take advantage of that because it is too damn cold without proper snow gear.  Entry includes a coat and they will sell you cheap gloves and caps.

When you enter you first walk through a few rows of ice sculptures.  They are ok.  Then there is a play area with some spots for photos.

Photography is not allowed except by their in house photographers.  It actually makes sense even though their photos are expensive at p200 each.  The lighting conditions are really strange and not many amateurs could get good shots.  And of  course many visitors would stay in there taking selfies until they froze to death!

Lastly they have a big ice slide that the family thought was a lot of fun.  I didn't do it due to my sore leg.

If you don't have your own gear you can't stay in too long but you can go back in.  I didn't touch anything until the end when I tried to make a snowball.  My hands stung badly!

All in all, the kids enjoyed it so it was worth it.  Here are our pics.

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Thanks for the review.

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On 8/23/2019 at 6:27 PM, OnMyWay said:

All in all, the kids enjoyed it so it was worth it.  Here are our pics.

I am sure you already know this, but you sure do have some cute kids. :thumbsup:

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Don, What type of rides were available?  Suitable for teenagers?

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Nice post Don, thanks for sharing.

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7 hours ago, intrepid said:

Don, What type of rides were available?  Suitable for teenagers?

Suitible if they like intense rides.  I think 5 of 7 rides are intense carnival style rides.  Huge MOA style ferris wheel and small coaster not open yet.

We were sitting outside SW when the ride behind us started unexpectedly.  I thought it was a simple Dumbo spin around type, but it was a violent spinning up and down ride I had never seen before. 

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That's pretty nice. Looks like fun for the kids. When I retired here in 2002 believe it or not there was an actual ice skating rink at the SM in Rosario,Cavite. I was really surprised. :biggrin:

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12 minutes ago, Arizona Kid said:

That's pretty nice. Looks like fun for the kids. When I retired here in 2002 believe it or not there was an actual ice skating rink at the SM in Rosario,Cavite. I was really surprised. :biggrin:

SM Seaside has a gorgeous Olympic sized rink!

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