5 Fun Places to Visit on Weekends

Make your weekends more exciting!
by Ana C. Pascual for FemaleNetwork.com   |  Jul 5, 2016
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Instead of going to the mall, spice up your day of leisure at these fun places: 

Alviera Go Play

If you're looking for some active fun, visit Alviera Go Play located in Porac, Pampanga. They have a wacky inflatable challenge, binocular basketball, agawan base (Zorb edition), Sumo relay, foam bash, and many more!


To register, you can visit goplay.com.ph for payment options. You can pay online, via bank deposit, or via walk-in to the Breakout Philippines offices along Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. 

Regular Go Player – P800 entitled to 10 points
Extreme Go Player – P1,200 entitled to 20 points
Go Kids Player – P400 entitled to 10 points

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For more information go to their website http://goplay.com.ph/ or email them at goplayph@gmail.com.

Jump Yard

Release your inner child and try out the Philippines' first and largest indoor trampoline park. They have a lot of activities in store for those who love jumping around such as Slam Dunk Basketball, Dodge Ball, and Cage Ball—you get to exercise and enjoy at the same time.


Jump Yard Indoor Trampoline Park is located at Frontera Verde Complex Ortigas Ave. cor. C5, Pasig City. They're accepting reservations for parties, events, and corporate gatherings. You may contact them at 09156182183 and 09084720031.

Mystery Manila

Can you solve the mystery with the given time? Are you up for a puzzling and exciting challenge? Head to Mystery Manila, the first live escape room in the Philippines. Along with your friends or family, solve the mystery within an hour and earn bragging rights! Check out their Facebook page for more details. Remember, team work is the key!


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Ninja Academy

You can finally act like a superhero at the first indoor parkour facility in the Philippines and the most complete in Southeast Asia. Besides learning parkour, Ninja Academy also has a one of a kind circuit training area for strength and conditioning—they've got a first salmon ladder, a finger bouldering and an uneven bridge! They have two branches one in Pasig and one in Las Piñas. Visit their Facebook for more details.


Art in Island Interactive Museum 

If you love art and history, you'll definitely enjoy taking cool pics in this 3D art museum. All your photos are guaranteed to be Instagram-worthy or a perfect candidate for your new Facebook profile picture! It's located at 175 15th Avenue, Barangay Socorro, Cubao Quezon City. They're open daily (except on Mondays) from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.


This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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