Family bonding moments at Enchanted Kingdom which is now “an Earth-friendly park”!
Last Sunday, Noel, Ren and Me, together with my brothers, sisters in law and their children went to Enchanted Kingdom. It was planned 2 weeks ago, but since it’s rainy and Ren was sick, it was postponed until yesterday when the weather was sunny once again.
We went there at exactly 2PM, our tickest were discounted vouchers from Ensogo wherein we payed only P300/head for a P500 worth of All day passes. It’s been almost 15 years ago when I last visited Enchanted Kingdom, it was just opened at that time. Noel was never been there so he was very excited to see what Enchanted Kingdom looks like.
Enchanted Kingdom didn’t change much from what it looked like 15 years ago, I commend the management for taking good care of all the attractions and the place itself. It still looks brand new!!!
What I noticed was they don’t use Styrofoam for the foods and plastic bags for souvenir items anymore. Enchanted Kingdom is now an Eco-friendly park!
Enchanted Kingdom now is into trash segregation, establishment of a plant nursery, edible landscaping, constructing a rainwater collection system, the use of environment-friendly paint, and shifting to LED and CFL lighting wherever feasible.
We will see more GREEN in Enchanted Kingdom now….. and crocodile???
I noticed that the streets are clean and aristocrats are everywhere 🙂
As a green living advocate myself, I hope that more people will see the importance of taking good care of our environment. It is not only for our own good but especially for the next generations to come.
Kudos to Mr. Mario O. Mamon, Chairman and President of Enchanted Kingdom for doing this advocacy.