There are a lot of destinations and places in Cagayan de Oro that’s worth experiencing and in May 3 during its grand opening SM CDO Downtown Premier added one more awesome venue to that diverse line-up dubbed as “The Coolest Place in CDO” – a Bowling Alley.
The bowling alley has fourteen lanes available equip with BES-X Bowling system that maximizes every aspect of what makes bowling appealing to customers by delivering more fun, more ways to socialize and more competitive excitement—all while making it easier, more comfortable and more relaxing for people of all ages.
SM made it affordable for everyone to enjoy the game, during weekdays (Monday to Friday) would cost P130, Meanwhile on weekends it’s at P140; Timed Bowling is available at 10AM to 1PM daily for P550, they also have bowling shoes for rent P50/person, and locker rental for P200 to P250.
SM Bowling also has something to offer for birthday celebrants as they are excluded from paying game fees as long as he/she is accompanied by 4 more full-paying companions.
However, Bowling isn’t the only sport available. They also have six Billiard tables, three KTV Rooms is set for P200 an hour, four Table Tennis, and an Archery room “Pana” – Truly the “Coolest Place in CDO” bring your family and friends.
The KTV rooms go for P200 an hour, billiards at P200 to P250, Table Tennis at P200/hr if you don’t have a racket or a ball they’ll provide you for P50/person and P15/ball respectively. Meanwhile, Archery prices per person ranges from P250 to P400/hr all in package that includes range rental, arrow rental, and target paper.
This is the 10th bowling branch of SM in the Philippines, and the first to incorporate a sleek new modern industrial look, and the first branch to incorporate Archery and Table Tennis.
SM Bowling also has something to quench your thirst and replenish lost energy. Located near the entrance is Maison de Bonbon they serve delicious snacks and beverages.
During its grand opening Media, bloggers, and guest went head-to-head and competed in SM Bowling’s mini-tournament. Questions were on everybody’s thought one was “how do I play the game?”, but as everyone started bowling and finding their own rhythm it didn’t matter if they got a strike or fall outside the lane everyone pretty much just let it roll and enjoy the experience.
The game is relatively easy to play, but hard to execute. Nonetheless, it’s still something worth coming back to and playing it with friends and family, especially now that it’s here in CDO and conveniently located at the heart of the City.
To know more about SM Bowling visit them today at the 4th floor of SM CDO Downtown Premier.