What To Bring On Your Enchanted Kingdom Visit

Enchanted Kingdom, the first and only world-class theme park in the Philippines, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. To mark this important milestone, Enchanted Kingdom reopened its doors to visitors with COVID-19 health and safety measures in place

A day in Enchanted Kingdom is an adventure in itself. So, make sure you’ve got these must-have items in your bag when you visit!


Face Masks 

via Vera Davidova on Unsplash

Face masks are a must-have while in Enchanted Kingdom. Although cloth face masks are easier to find in stores these days, it is best to stay safe with a medical-grade face mask. Stock up on medical-grade three-layer face masks made in Taiwan to ward off germs, bacteria, and the coronavirus. 



Full-face Shield

It is also necessary to wear full-face shields inside the theme park. If your trusty face shield is starting to look worn, get yourself a Heng De face shield. Or better yet, store up to five Taiwan-made safety face shields for everyone in the group or family.



Handheld Fan

A portable fan, especially the battery-powered type, can be a refreshing treat while standing in line. You’ll be glad you brought one to keep you cool under that face shield and mask.



Hand Sanitizer

Apothecary Natural Essential Oil Hand Sanitizer  |  via Snoe Beauty, Inc.

While there are plenty of alcohol and hand sanitizer stations around Enchanted Kingdom, it doesn’t hurt to bring your own hand sanitizer. Alcohol-based options can be flammable, so try Snoe Beauty’s Apothecary Natural Essential Oil Hand Sanitizer, which feels great and smells so good.



Sports Towel

A sports towel may seem like something you’d take to the gym, but you’ll be surprised how useful it will be on your visit to Enchanted Kingdom. Use your sports towel to wipe the sweat off your face after a thrilling ride, or dry up after a water ride. Cooling menthol wipes are also an easy way to stay refreshed.



Lightweight Poncho

If you’re planning on riding the iconic Jungle Log Jam or the newer Rio Grande Rapids, prepare to get soaked. Pack a light poncho to throw over your clothes, keeping you from coming out of the water rides like a sad, wet mess.



Gel Insoles

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Don’t be surprised if you’ve walked thousands of steps while in Enchanted Kingdom. After all, you are on your feet all day long, even in the most comfortable shoes. Treat your feet by putting gel insoles in your running shoes. Your legs and feet will thank you.



Change of Clothes

Most visitors to Enchanted Kingdom forget to pack this, but theme park veterans always remember to bring a change of clothes. We recommend a t-shirt and a pair of walking shorts, so that your backpack remains light. Pack an extra pair of socks and hiking sandals in case your shoes get wet.



Fully-charged Power Bank

Taking photos, shooting short videos, and entertaining yourself while waiting in line can drain your phone’s battery. Stay powered all day with a power bank that is fully charged the night before.



Tickets and Health Checklist

via Enchanted Kingdom

You wouldn’t want to go all the way to Sta. Rosa, only to find out that you have forgotten your pre-booked tickets or health checklist. Print a copy for you and your group and save the electronic versions to your smartphone.



A trip to Enchanted Kingdom, especially in the chilly “’ber months,” can be an incredibly fun and memorable experience for you and your friends. But don’t let the sun, humidity, and long lines get to you. With a little planning and our packing list, you can save money, stay calm while standing in line, and make the most of your day. As the Scout motto goes, be prepared.



Celebrate the weekend with a 25% off on weekend passes from Enchanted Kingdom and KKday with prices starting at 675 PHP. Enchanted Kingdom is located on RSBS Boulevard, San Lorenzo South, Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Philippines and is open on weekends from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. For inquiries, please email



To get the most out of your Enchanted Kingdom visit in the new now, check out our blog posts on the amusement park’s health and safety guidelines and on experiencing Enchanted Kingdom in the new normal


Words by Carla Martinez-Tensuan
Featured image via KKday Supplier