Magikland Soft Opening Set September 27

Sep. 24, 2019

Invest Negros Occidental - Magikland Theme Park

MAGIKLAND, the first outdoor theme park in the Visayas will launch a soft opening for the public starting Friday, September 27.


Magikland sits at the center of the 24-hectare property development of the Aton Land and Leisure Inc. in Sitio Cabug, Barangay Guinhalaran in Silay City. The property development includes the 13.5 hectare Aton Land Tourism Zone, where Magikland is located as well as a commercial and lifestyle center and residential estates.


Aton Land and Leisure Inc. president Reynaldo Bantug has announced that the Magikland soft opening dates include September 27, 28 and 29; October 4, 5 and 6, and October 11,12 and 13. The Park will open from 11 am to 8:30 pm.


Park rates for the soft opening are P280 per person for entrance plus one free ride in the carousel and all park shows; and P520 per person for entrance and unlimited rides in all the 12 rides and all shows.


Brand new and world class children, family and thrill rides await Magikland visitors. The park’s mystical zone will feature the crazy trail twister coaster, family swinger, disk’o, and the 27 meters high sky tower for thrill-seekers. The magical area will have the crazy surf, magic bike, happy swing, trackless train, Mt. Kanlaon canoe ride for kids, and the bumper cars.


Negros Occidental was recognized recently by the Department of Labor and Employment in Western Visayas for its employment facilitation programs.

Sharon Juance, manager of the Provincial Employment Services Office-Negros Occidental, said the Regional Grand Winner award was given to the province for being the Best PESO Employment Information System Implementer in Region 6 in the first-class province category.

Under this recognition, the provincial government has implemented a database with the highest number of registered jobseekers and registered establishments in the province, that helped facilitate potential employment opportunities for Negrenses, she said.

“We have registered more than 8,000 jobseekers facilitated by the provincial government – this does not include those from the cities and municipalities, while the registered establishments in the province were 2,500,” she said.

Also, the DOLE-Region 6 recognized Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson for his support of the program.

In October, the province played host to the 19th National PESO Congress.

Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III, the guest speaker at the opening program, had urged local government units to establish their own employment offices to boost their efforts in generating jobs.

He said PESO has made a huge contribution in terms of job generation, adding that facilitation of jobs needs the help of the local government.*MPE