First Look at Boom na Boom sa Sugbo 2018

I’m quite excited for Christmas this year. Not only because I finally get to stay home for the holidays this year (last year I was in Vietnam,) but also because there are a lot of new and nice things to see and do in Cebu.

One of them is the Boom na Boom sa Sugbo – the seasonal theme park which occupies the Kawit point at the South Road Properties (SRP.) This is the first time that I will be seeing what the BBS is all about. I heard the BBS started last year replacing its predecessor Kasadya sa SRP. But I never saw any photos of the place while I was in Vietnam (actually i did it on purpose,) because I didn’t want to be home sick in a foreign country especially when it’s really cold. Haha.

So this year, as soon as the yearly park officially opened, I decided to go ahead and check it out.





Boom na Boom sa Sugbo 2018 is located at the lot in between Kawit Point and Lantaw Restaurant. Kawit Point has now been fenced off as the Robinsons project is set to start.


Visitors must now pay to get in. Ticket price is Php20 on weekdays and Php25 on weekends both for children and adults.


A small altar with the image of Sr. Santo Nino welcomes guests at the main gate.


The food and dining area is located at the far end of the property. There’s a huge stage for nightly performances and there’s plenty of tables and chairs for diners.


Stalls selling different kinds of food surround the main dining area.


I noticed exciting rides that I didn’t see in Kasadya two years ago. One of them is this:


The roller coaster looks much sturdier and more reliable this year. 😀


This one is also new. I’m not sure if this was here last year. But I’m quite certain that this wasn’t available in the old Kasadya.


Of course you have the theme park regulars like the carousel, the Ferris Wheel, the Galactic, and the bump cars.


I’m also quite pleased that local vendor were given their own spot inside the park.


And I’m pretty pleased that a lot of mall brands also decided to take part in this year’s festivities.






What do you think of Boom na Boom sa Sugbo? Do you think it’s better than Kasadya sa Sugbo? Share your thoughts in the comments below!