VIDEOS: Laguna’s Enchanted Kingdom offers magic in your home with virtual rides

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Enchanted Kingdom virtual rides
The Enchanted Kingdom Space Shuttle is one of the most-loved EK rides that lifts riders to a height equivalent to an 11-storey high building. Screengrab from EK’s virtual rides.

Enchanted Kingdom (EK) in Sta. Rosa, Laguna is offering its thrilling rides in the comforts of our home through a virtual experience.

Although the theme park is still not open to the public due to travel restrictions to help stop the spread of the COVID-19, it has found a way to provide entertainment to its patrons.

The first world-class theme park in the Philippines continues to bring magic to our lives by reliving the excitement through virtual experience with the #TheMagicStaysWithYou videos.

EK posted the videos of three of its heart-pumping rides on its Facebook page and YouTube channel for people to enjoy.

Space Shuttle

The first EK virtual ride was uploaded on May 14, 2020. The 2-minute-long ride, inspired by sci-films and NASA space programs, provides a roller coaster experience that will give you the adrenaline rush as you experience a front-row seat as it skyrockets up to 35.5-meter high, plunge, and twist 6 times along the way.

Disk-O-Magic

The second virtual ride uploaded on May 23 provides you with a 360-degree view of the theme park while spinning and turning back and forth and imagining the feel of being up in the air.

Jungle Log Jam

The third virtual ride uploaded on June 2 features the exhilarating water ride that takes you up and down two slopes of different heights while seated on a floating hollow log. It will definitely give you the refreshing, exciting, and heart-pumping feel once you get to the highest point before dropping. But minus the mess, since it’s virtual.

The theme park also encourages families to watch the 8-part Enchanted Kingdom Musical Story posted on their FB page so you can feel the magic all over again amid the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic.

Due to the gradual loosening of quarantine protocols, some tourist destinations around the country are starting to re-open.

Boracay’s famed beaches, the world-famous Cagsawa Ruins that provides a view of the majestic Mayon Volcano, and Baguio City’s Camp John Hay have reopened after three months of closure due to the lockdown.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to fans of the Enchanted Kingdom for getting virtual ride treats and magic in the safety and comfort of their homes.

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