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If you’re looking for a fun way to beat the heat in the Thai capital as well as enjoy some memorable family adventures, then these water parks are for you!
Siam Park City
Billed as the largest water park in the city, this family favourite features several special themed zones and is worth visiting be it on a short or long stay in Bangkok. The Super Spiral, Speed Slider, Wave Pool and Si-Am Lagoon are amongst the highlights here, while there’s also an Adventure Park with even more exciting rides.
Located on the sixth floor of the CentralPlaza Bangna mall, this rooftop aquapark has nine pool zones for visitors to enjoy. The site is about 19 minutes from The Park at EM Districtand amongst its top attractions are a tubular waterslide known as Pororo’s Funnel, Pororo’s River ride and Tong Tong’s Magic Slide.
There are actually two Fantasia Lagoon water parks in Bangkok, located on the rooftops of The Mall Bangkapi and The Mall Bangkae. Those who visit the latter will find the Slider Tower, Mystery Island and a relaxing Lazy River ride amongst other ‘watery’ allures.
Located a little outside the city, this popular attraction is quintessentially a theme park though it offers water-based fun too; the Tunnel Fountain and Slider are among the rides in the water play area. For more action-packed fun, rides such as Super Splash the Grand Canyon are worth trying too.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+