When it comes summer, what better way to spend a hot day than at a Water Park? These parks offer plenty of fun, extreme ride for those who are brave or just relax and joy. If you’re looking for such a type of entertainment, we give an overview of the Top 5 best waterparks in the world.
1. Chimelong Waterpark in Guangzhou, China
Chimelong Waterpark is the largest amusement park in China, operated by the Chimelong Group. Construction of the Chimelong park cost over 1 billion RMB, which says enough about his size. Stretching over 60 hectares, the park contains more than 60 attractions and has a daily capacity of 50,000 visitors.
This park rightfully occupies the first place, because among other things has a: the first boomers ride, the longest lazy river, the largest wave pool, the first Tornado ride in China, the largest children’s aqua play area and the first park-wide use of ozone water treatment to ensure the purest water quality available.
Chimelong Paradise really deserves its name and is proud to be the amusement park whose rides are the richest in China. Many rides, such as the Ten-looped roller coaster, rank as the best in Asia and second in the world, the Motorbike Launch Coaster and the Half Pipe will bring you the most exciting feelings.
2. Aquadventure, Waterpark, Dubai, UAE
If you want really great fun, get the adrenaline pumping in Aquadventure, Waterpark, Dubai, UAE, with breaking rides and slides, the variety of speed slides, master blasters, twisting water coasters, and meter high wave pools. When you want to take a break from the adrenaline rush juice, kick back and relax on pristine 700 meters of private beach or in the new exclusive reserved seating areas.
Situated on a giant 42-acre (17-hectare) area under the golden sun of Dubai, this magnificent Water Park provides unrivaled fun and thrills for adults and kids too.
Test your courage surrounded by sharks: the heart of the park, with its near vertical 27.5-meter (90 foot) drop, propelling you through a tunnel into shark infested waters!
3. Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark, Orlando, Florida
Aquatica is located in Orlando, Florida, is a whimsical, one-of-a-kind waterpark. It is sister park of SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove, a chain of water parks owned and operated by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.
What makes this park unique Dolphin Plunge – where the two enclosed tube slides pass through a pool containing a pod of playful black and white Commerson’s dolphins.
For those who want a unique adventure, the park features a wide range of attractions, some of which pass by or through animal habitats. Among other things, you can use Ihu’s Breakaway Falls – is a drop pod style body slide, Taumata Racer – an eight lane racing slide with guests sliding down on mats through enclosed and open sections, Raft slides, Whanau Way – a tower with four double-raft slides, Tassie’s Twisters and more.
When you get tired of the adventure, you can relax in the two wave pools which share an extensive, 7,400 m2 white-sand beach area equipped with deck chairs, umbrellas and sun beds.
4. Beach Park, Aquiraz, Brazil
Beach Park is the largest water park in Latin America, situated on the beach of Porto das Dunas in the municipality of Aquiraz. Each year more than 1 million people visit Beach Park complex who is composed of the Beach, Aquatic Park and Resort.
In this park, you can experience a multitude Family Attractions (variety of cannons, showers, slides, fountains, tunnel, fixed peddle boats and seesaws) and Extreme Attractions. One of this extreme ride is a spectacular 41-meter high “Insano” water slide who gives speeds of up to 100 km per hour.
This park in Brasil is one of the leading tourist attractions in the country and the best of its kind in all of Latin America.
5. The Watercube, Beijing, China
National Aquatics Center, also known as the Water Cube, is originally built for the 2008 Summer Olympics Games. The building is not an actual cube, but a cuboid (a rectangular box) and started working after the games were over and the center was transformed into a fun zone. Over time, this water park has become Beijing’s second most popular tourist attraction after the Great Wall.
This Cube contains numerous water rides and slides, a wave pool, spa areas, lazy river, kids area, speed slides and much more.
What is specific for this Park are the transparent bubbles and the fact that some parts are made of translucent materials. Among the coral reefs, jellyfish, seaweeds and shoals, visitors may feel as if coming in a fairytale underwater world.