Unbelievable slopes, endless lazy rivers, wild wave-making lakes… the 7 best water parks below will give you an exciting vacation.
In recent years, the world has recorded a large increase in the number of water parks built and put into use. Water parks compete to become one of the best parks in the world and attract tourists to visit the resort with countless slopes of unbelievable slope, endless lazy rivers, the lakes create wild waves. Take a stroll through the 7 best water parks in the world below to catch yourself a hint for a summer vacation.
6 best water parks in the world
Aquaventure Waterpark – Dubai
The UAE is home to dozens of water parks, and Aquaventure on Palm Island, Dubai is the name honored for the extreme excitement it gives customers. In particular, this country park is about to launch 12 new slides and become one of the largest buildings in the world.
The first option for the adventurous travelers is the Leap of Faith slide, which sounds more like a Formula 1 race than going to the water park. An almost vertical slide slides you from a height of 9 floors through a transparent Perspex tube surrounded by sharks and rays that promises to give brave travelers an unforgettable experience.
Splash Jungle Water Park – Phuket, Thailand
Phuket is a familiar name for those who are interested in Thailand tourism. Splash Jungle is located on Mai Khao beach, just 400m from the airport, which has been a tourist attraction in Phuket in recent years.
Splash Jungle is divided into 5 areas with different themes. This park has 12 slides, a wave pool, most notably the lazy river that runs around the entire park. Visitors can drop by the water to observe the games one by one and then decide which challenge to play first, which one later.
Boomerango water slide game for brave travelers, is also the game that makes Splash Splash’s name. The player chooses an upright slide and climbs to the top then lets himself slide down. Or try the fun Super Bowl, to experience the spin before falling into the water. The park also has plenty of other lower-level games for visitors to enjoy all day.
Island H2O Live – USA
According to the World Water Parks Association, the United States is home to the first themed water park (SeaWorld, San Diego, 1964) and currently has more than 1,300 underwater amusement venues nationwide.
In particular, the H2O Live Waterpark in Orlando, Florida, is located in a prime location, not far from other bustling entertainment venues of Disney. Island H2O Live attracts tourists by pioneering the application of smart technology in each game to bring a different experience for visitors.
The park owns 20 unique slides named after the terms of technology and social networks. The modern Live Streaming feature along with the camera system along the slides helps you quickly review your own photos and share them on social networks.
One of the most unique features of Island H2O Live is its RFID smart bracelets. The bracelet is connected to the H2O Live application through the phone to help visitors select music, view time and use the food and drink service in the park. The technology also helps children avoid getting lost and notices restricting access to areas.
Adventure Cove Water Park – Singapore
Cove Water Park on Sentosa Island is one of the most popular underwater attractions in Singapore. Visitors will experience diving with thousands of colorful fish, watching the brilliant tropical coral reefs and swimming among rays and sharks, instead of looking at them the traditional way, through the walls. glasses.
Guests can also book a dolphin meeting for an additional fee. The park also has a photography service for travelers in need.
Waterbom – Bali, Indonesia
Voted the best water park in Asia in TripAdvisor 2014 and the Travelers’ Choice Destinations 2018 Award, Waterbom in Bali, Indonesia boasts the world’s most eco-friendly water park.
Waterbom is located in a lush tropical landscape, more than 50% of the park, 3.8ha is maintained in the form of green space. The park has a place for guests to rest and relax between trips.
ESCAPE Theme Park – Penang, Malaysia
One of the longest water slides in the world will be opened at ESCAPE Theme Park, in Penang, Malaysia next month, promising that this place will become a tourist attraction to 5 continents.
The 1,140m-long slide will help Escape surpass the water park that currently holds the current record in New Jersey, USA, which owns a 539m-long slide. The yellow and blue spiral skis will take you through a challenging 4-minute journey.
Limiting the environmental impact by avoiding the use of heavy machinery and not cutting trees during construction is also a pride of Escape.