Goin’ Bulilit indeed became a fun place where Kapamilya child artists got to hone their acting chops, especially in the comedy genre. We have witnessed how talented kids from different batches have grown to be successful and accomplished in their own crafts – some even continued to become great actors and actresses of their generation.
When you come to think of it, they were doing an actual job already, but with all the fun adventures they experienced, it seemed like it’s not work at all and they’re just playing! While they turned the ABS-CBN Compound as their playground as majority of the episodes were held in one of its studios, but there were times when the gregarious Bulilits traveled to beautiful tourist spots in the country!
One of their fun-filled adventures happened in the City of Pines, Baguio City. They roamed around the city as they performed a song pertaining to the popular destinations and went camping to fully experience the highly admired cool Baguio air.
Over at Zambales, the Goin’ Bulilit kids played a series of games in the pool perfect for the summer heat, such as “Freeze Release Me.” They also got to enjoy playing in an obstacle course on the famous inflatable island in Subic, the biggest floating playground in Asia.
They then went on to have fun times in Pampanga, wherein they amused the viewers through showcasing some hilarious moments on a golf course, and in Laguna, which became the setting of their performance of Maymay Entrata’s “Magdamag” and of their thrilling challenge held at an inflatable obstacle course located there.
The Bulilits also made us groove when they danced to the OPM classic disco hit “I-Swing Mo Ako” in their sojourn in Quezon Province.
During their trip to Bacolod, they had a funny cooking show with their Ate Miles Ocampo, who’s a Goin’ Bulilit graduate. In that segment, they were supposed to cook chicken inasal but it turned out to be just full of memorable funny moments with the special guest.
Lastly, they traveled all the way to the famous Dakak Resort in Dapitan City, Zamboanga Del Norte, where their parody of the OPM classic “Katawan” by Hagibis was shot. It was truly filled with adventures as the girls were cladded in cute swimsuits while the boys looked handsome in their swimming trunks.
Click on this video to revisit these fun and memorable moments of the Goin’ Bulilit kiddos during their trips to various scenic spots in the country!