Snow World Cebu Gives You a Winter Experience Right Here in Cebu


Dreaming of a White Christmas in a tropical country? Visit Snow World in Minglanilla, Cebu! It is the latest attraction inside Anjo World Theme Park that is located in Upper Calajoan, Minglanilla.

Just when you thought Cebu is ONLY all about sun, sand and mountain peaks, something like Snow Wold Cebu comes along.

First off, let's talk about the fees: It has an entrance fee of P350 which includes rental of a parka so you won't freeze to death inside. They have different sizes there, so don't worry about it.

There is no time limit, so you can enjoy the place until you can handle the cold any longer. Children are also allowed to play on the ice. Wearing sandals, slippers, and high heeled shoes are prohibited to prevent accident. Be sure to wear closed shoes or rubber shoes for maximum safety. If you're in a rush and couldn't change footwear, there are rentable shoes for you.

Snow World Ceub has an ice slide too (yes, a slide made of ice)! You have to be careful using the slides thouhg you might hit your head on the ice blocks. You can find the slide on the second floor. There are also ice sculptures made by world-class carvers. On the 3rd floor, you can stay there for a while and sip coffee to heat up your stomach.

Many were disappointed with the “NO CAMERA POLICY” which they think that is unfair. You can still have souvenir photos though. Staff can take pictures for you but each shot costs P100. No digital copies will be given, mind you. Is it really because a phone might get damaged in a 10ºC temperature? Nevertheless, since they’re only on their soft opening, here's to hoping that cameras will be allowed inside eventually.
Other items you can rent include:
  • Gloves/Mittens: P50
  • Ear Muffs: P100
  • Mask: P20

According to Mr. Chester Lim during a Superbalita News Interview, they spent 500M for the family integrated entertainment complex as a way of givint back to the people and celebrating Belmont’s 45 years in the industry. The entertainment complex is a 35-hectare land that has 27 retail shops, 6 restaurants, a Robinson Supermarket, a food park, 30 hotel rooms and a convention center that has 60 rooms with a capacity of 500 seats. Soon, the second biggest ferris wheel in the country will be launched in the area. The name "Anjo World" was derived from his parents name (Antonio and Josephine).

Before you enjoy the place, the staff will discuss the Dos and Don’ts of the area. If you have illnesses or are feeling unwell, your ticket is refundable.

They are open from Monday to Friday, 2PM-10PM. On Saturdays and Sundays, they are open from 12NN-10PM.

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