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STAR CITY Travel Guide – Entrance Fee & All You Need To Know

STAR CITY Travel Guide

Star City adventure? Buckle up, because you’re in for a ride – here’s what you need to know before you make a visit.

Star City is located in Pasay, Metro Manila, just next to the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Philippine International Convention Center.

It had to temporarily close in 2019 when a fire set the theme park complex ablaze. But it’s now open for guests!😊So let’s go?!.. Star City in Pasay is a well-known theme-park destination for tourists and locals alike. Due to its location, which is just within the Metro, this is a quick escape for people who love to destress or spend some quality time with their loved ones.

STAR CITY Ticket Prices:

Kids below 32 inches of height – No Entry Fee

Admission Fee – PHP 80

Includes Entrance only. Excluded from playing Midway games, coin-operated machines, Snow World, Pirate Adventure, 4D Theatre, Walk on Water, and other rides, and attractions.

Ride – All – You – Can – PHP 400
Snow World – PHP 130

Entrance Fee excluded. Unlimited access to Snow World props, Provision of jackets etc. 

Prices are, of course, subject to change without prior notice.

Star City Opening Hours

They are operating at a maximum of 50% indoor venue capacity and 70% outdoor venue capacity so buy your tickets online and come early.

Thursday to Friday 2 pm to 10 pm

Saturday to Sunday 1 pm to 10 pm

Star City Rides and Attractions

You can check here the updated rides and attractions on this theme park – https://starcity.com.ph/rides-and-attractions .

The Star City amusement park has 25 operating rides as of writing:

Teen and Adult Rides

  • Super Telecombat
  • Star Frisbee
  • Star Flyer
  • Surf Dance
  • Wacky Worm
  • Jungle Splash
  • Giant Star Wheel
  • Egyptian Spinning Coaster
  • Bumper Car Smash
  • Music Express
  • Tornado Ride
  • Jumping Star
  • Lolly Swing
  • Seahorse Viking

Kiddie Rides

  • Kiddie Bumper Cars
  • Mini Pirate Ship
  • Quack Quack
  • Kiddie Wheel
  • Frosty Train
  • Kid’s Playland
  • Grand Carousel
  • Central Park Carousel
  • Mini Rocking Tug

Attractions

  • Scream Avenue 4D Rider
  • Snow World

How to Get to Star City

Star City

Via LRT

  • Ride the LRT 1 first, and get off at Vito Cruz Station. Then from there, ride an orange jeepney and tell the driver to drop you off at Star City.
  • Ride the LRT 2 first, and get off at Recto Station. Then from there, ride the LRT 1 and get off at Vito Cruz Station. At Vito Cruz, ride an orange jeepney and tell the driver to drop you off at Star City.

Via MRT

  • Ride the MRT first, and get off at Taft Avenue Station. Then from there, ride the LRT 1 and get off at Vito Cruz Station. Ride the LRT 1 first, and get off at Vito Cruz Station. Then from there, ride an orange jeepney and tell the driver to drop you off at Star City.

Via Public Transportation

  • Ride a UV Express first going to Vito Cruz and get off exactly at Vito Cruz LRT Station. Then from there, ride an orange jeepney and tell the driver to drop you off at Star City.

Tips and reminders before you visit:

Go On A Weekday And Avoid Holidays.

Amusement parks, like Star City, tend to be crowded during the weekends and holidays. If your schedule permits you to visit on a weekday, take advantage of it! A crowd-free day will let you enjoy more rides and fewer queuing lines.

Wear Comfortably.

This one goes without saying! Wear a shirt, comfortable pants or shorts, and sneakers. It would also do you good if you pack an extra set of clothes and shoes, if possible.

Eat Before You Go Inside.

Not only will it give you that extra bit of energy, it will also help you save money, as food stalls inside are more expensive than the ones outside. There are a few fast-food joints outside the park and in the CCP Complex as well.

Strategize Your Visit.

Plan what rides and attractions you will visit first! This way, you save time from walking around and thinking about where you should head next. My suggestion is indoor attractions first, mostly because it is hot outside, and do the extreme rides at night. The rides look so much better with the lights on, and most people would have gone home by then.

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