Last April 5, I witnessed the launch of SpongeBob Squarepants Summer at the North. My kids both love SpongeBob… as in, my son has been watching it ever since he was a toddler and he’s now 12 years old!
Anyhow, SpongeBob fans like my kids and I will be happy to know that The Block Atrium at SM City North EDSA has been converted to a life-sized replica of Bikini Bottom.
I just had to take a photo with SpongeBob! I even wore yellow so we would match, lol!
Even Spongebob’s neighbor Squidward’s Easter Island moai-esque house was there.
Of course, it just wouldn’t be Bikini Bottom if The Krusty Krab, the diner where Spongebob works, wasn’t there. You can actually go inside and have a seat. There are even pretend burgers and fries on the table! Outside The Krusty Krab is SpongeBob’s best friend Patrick.
On the walls of the maze are a myriad of factoids about SpongeBob. I didn’t know that the creator Stephen Hillenburg was a marine biologist prior to reading about it there, but it does kinda figure since he created the underwater world of Bikini Bottom and its inhabitants.
So if you’re looking to chill this summer, visit SpongeBob and friends plus take a tour of Bikini Bottom at SM North EDSA! 😀
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