Water Parks in Thailand

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Water Parks in Thailand

With an average yearly temperature of 28 degrees, Thailand gets pretty hot and water parks offer a relief. It's a pleasant chill way to have fun and relax. This list of water parks will give you the opportunity to enjoy a wild time with your family and friends.

Here is the list of 6 Water Parks in Thailand

1. Fantasia Lagoon Water Park

Fantasia Lagoon is a fantastic water park right on the roof of The Mall Bangkae. It is one of Bangkok's many hidden gems, and you probably won't find it in any guidebook. The crowd is mostly made up of residents, unlike all the tourists you will find elsewhere. Being atop a building, you can enjoy great views from all of the rides.

2. Splash Jungle Water Park, Phuket

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The Splash Water Jungle Park on Mai Khao beach is known for its fun water thrills and adventures. With its gigantic water slides and rides, it is an ideal place to hang out with family and friends. It is a part of the beautiful Grand Vest Villas in Phuket.

3. Black Mountain Water Park, Hua-hin

Spread over a sprawling 10-acre area, the Black Mountain Water Park is one of those places in Hua Hin where you can easily find not one, but many options for entertaining yourselves and enjoy with your friends and family. Ever since it opened its doors for the first time for the general public in the year 2011, the Water Park has continued to promise memorable moments of fun and frolic to its visitors.

4. Pororo Aquapark, Bangkok

Pororo Aquapark is a rooftop water park that has been recently renovated. The park, as the name suggests, is themed after Pororo, a cartoon Penguin from South Korea who is famous throughout southeast Asia. On the top floor of CentralPlaza, the park spans over ten thousand metres and has an assortment of rides suited to everyone's taste.

5. Ramayana Water Park, Bangkok

Ramayana is Thailand's biggest and best waterpark with over 21 rides built over the remains of an ancient city surrounded by beautiful, lush green scenery. Apart from the dedicated rides, there are a bunch of other attractions like the floating market, water polo, a lake island and even Zumba lessons.

6. Siam Park City, Bangkok

Located in Minburi district of Bangkok, Siam Park City is an amusement and water park with much to offer like the largest pool in the world, incredible rides, water slides and much more. The oldest amusement and waterpark complex in Southeast Asia, Siam Park City also has the famous Jurassic Adventure and Africa Adventure. Recognised by the Guinness Book for having the largest pool in the world, it almost feels like a real beach with the waves coming at you.

Water Parks are always fun and Thailand has some of the craziest and ridiculous rides which you don't want to miss out on.

This post was published by Muhammed Salih

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