I feel so proud that there's actually a local destination like this - very accessible, affordable, and fun all at once. When I first heard about it, I felt so giddy and excited. It's part of our travel tour so we got a ticket for all rides! How amazing is that? A perfect treat after an afternoon at the beach! Now, let me bring you to the wonders of FANTASY LAND!
Magical entrance! The photos don't do it justice because ugh, crappy camera. LELZ. But eh, the experience was one for the books despite the not-so good photos.
FIRST STOP. The Horror House! I previously decided not to join this because I thought it's just gonna be that old and lame horror house kind-of-thing that I've tried before. But I was just sooooo wrong!!! This is a horror house like no other! Come, take a look.
There was a short briefing of what we're going to expect (at least some of it). We were not allowed to bring anything inside so definitely no photos with the "ghosts." We were informed that we're not allowed to touch their talents and they're also not allowed to touch us. Good thing! Only one group of 5-7 people is allowed at once plus we'll spend about 5-7 minutes inside. I was also glad that there was a tour guide. Whew.
It made me think that even though it seemed so real, it's really not at all. Haha! He was a funny tour guide who thankfully was at my back most of the time. I have to say that the talents were well-trained and really did a great job of scaring us and making us shout our lungs out. I don't wanna be a spoiler so please don't miss this if you get to visit Fantasy Land. And oh, I have to tell you that there was a little surprise towards the end because the "ghosts" actually touched us! Haha slight!
The ride was short and sweet and has an element of surprise. It was a little bit scary but still manageable. So we took the warm up seriously and went right ahead to THE ROLLERCOASTER. Certainly, it wasn't the type that you'll find in Star City or Disneyland. But-it-was-something! More elements of surprise, free fall, and adrenaline switch!
We also tried the Midi Flume after and as opposed to the roller coaster, it was not scary at all. I got more scared with the dirty water and the small froggy that popped out of nowhere. It got me screaming!