Located in the historic city of Silay in Negros Occidental, Magikland proudly claims being the first Filipino-inspired theme park in the Philippines.
The park’s theme is inspired by local Filipino folklore and legends, with Magikland’s main mascot being the Bakunawa, or the moon-eating dragon. Magikland also incorporates aspects of Negrense culture through the park’s design, which includes a unique activity area styled to pay homage to Silay’s iconic heritage houses.
It’s a great destination to visit, for both families and friends alike, as Magikland offers a good variety of extreme, thriller rides and child-friendly attractions.
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