Club Balai Isabel Aqua Park: The Largest Inflatable Water Park in PHL


Club Balai Isabel, famous for its close proximity to the world-famous Taal Volcano, added more reasons to visit this picturesque resort by introducing an inflatable water park. Dubbed as the Philippines' largest aqua play park, CBI Aqua Park is the perfect summer destination for your family and friends.

Club Balai Isabel Aqua Park covers 5,000 square meter of the lake and contains the tallest inflatable water slides in the Philippines, different towers, bridges, human launchers, huge trampolines, pretty floating swans and more. 


I'm one of the lucky few who experience the water park one week before the official opening. It was fun! If you think that one hour is not enough to play with the inflatables, you're wrong! :P It's quite exhausting but of course I enjoyed it. 

My favorite is the giant slide which is quite scary when you are on top. Actually I'm having second thoughts and my knees are shaking. LOL! Don't worry because the lake water is clean and lifeguards/ marshalls is always on the lookout and they will help you get back to the inflatables. Another favorite is the hamster wheel located at the left side of the water park and of course the huge trampoline is such a fun way to be exhausted. Haha! Actually I don't know how to swim but I enjoyed this a lot. 






photos from thedailyposh.net

Here are some personal tips before going to the water park: First, drink a lot of water before your water adventure. I didn't do this and I felt exhausted easily especially after minutes of jumping up and down on the trampolines. Don't forget your sunscreen and make sure your life vest is tucked in properly. I don't know how to swim so this is so important for me. The lifeguards told us its easier to walk on inflatables with slippers on which I did. 

For rates, check out this photo above. Like I said, most of us in the group felt exhausted at around 40 minutes of playing so 1 hour use of the Club Balai Isabel Aqua Park is enough already and the P990.00/head is inclusive of use of other Club Balai's facilities like pool, basketball, billiards & more so you'll have more time to explore the resort. 

don't forget to take a photo on this spot ;P

How to Commute to Club Balai Isabel:
  • Go to the bus terminal in Buendia-Taft, across Atrium hotel. Bus liners Tritran and Jam offers the trip going to Lipa,Tanauan, Batangas City.
  • Take the bus with the sign board Lipa, Tanauan, Batangas City. It will cost you around Php 95.00 - Php 100.00 pesos per person.
  • Get off at Tanauan town proper bus terminal. Once you get off, you will see the tricycles beside the bus terminal.
  • Take the tricycle and ask the driver to bring you to the Talisay jeepney terminal beside McDonald's Tanauan. It will cost you Php 10.00 per person.
  • When you have reached the jeepney terminal, take the ride with the signboard TALISAY. It will cost you Php 26.00 per person. You will reach the town proper of Talisay, the jeep will stop near the church of Talisay.
  • Take the tricycle at the terminal near the church where you get off. Ask the driver to bring you to Cub Balai Isabel. It will cost you Php 10.00 per person, if you wish to take the trip alone and not wait for other passengers, be prepared to pay Php 30.00. The tricycle will bring you to Club Balai Isabel.



This is my 3rd time at Club Balai Isabel and I want to come back again especially now that Club Balai Isabel Aqua Park is around. Its nice to know that the inflatable water park is set to stay and not just on summer. 

Check this out:


Aside from the recently launched CBI Aqua Park, Club Balai Isabel also unveils its newest food place located just beside a 500 sqm pool. Kape Kumintang offers pizza, pasta, smoothies, mocktails, cocktails & more. They have a videoke too!

Read more: http://www.foodtrip.info/2017/05/club-balai-isabel-unveils-kumintang-cafe.html

Club Balai Isabel
02 897-0229 (fax) | 0906 518-5491
Taal Lake | Banga, Talisay, Batangas, Luzon 4220, Philippines
https://www.facebook.com/ClubBalaiIsabel | https://www.facebook.com/AquaPlayParks

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  1. AnonymousMay 06, 2017

    Color looks dull. Inflatable Park in Subic is way better.

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  2. but this one is bigger, the one in Subic is just 3,400 sqm. CBI Aqua Park has the backdrop of Taal Volcano too ;)

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