July 22: The World’s 9 Best Water Parks

If there’s one thing that could top a beach trip during summertime (especially for kids and kids at heart!), it would be visiting a water park! Think good sunny weather, disconnecting from the bustle of the metro, and slipping down big colorful slides– yes, water parks are the epitome of summer (next to picturesque beaches, of course!).

Are you ready to plan the grandest, most adventurous water park trip just yet? If you’re looking for an unforgettable Summer vacay with family and friends, there’s no better place to spend it than at the world’s best water parks! Read on to find out which ones made it to the top nine!

Siam Park, Tenerife, Spain

Inspired by the Siamese culture, the famous Siam Park claims to be at the top of all the water attractions in Europe. It’s situated on the island of Tenerife, which is part of the Canary Islands in Spain.

Come by the adventure-filled water paradise and try one of its most famous attractions, the Tower of Power. Go down the 28-meter vertical slope, free fall, and experience an adrenaline rush to the fullest! If you dare (and your nerves allow it), open your eyes and enjoy a spectacular aquarium that welcomes you upon going down the heart-stopping slide.

Beach Park, Fortaleza, Brazil

Fortaleza, the state capital of Ceara, Brazil, is known worldwide for its bewitching beaches decorated by dunes and lagoons, palm trees, and red cliffs. But, of course, that’s not all the beautiful city offers. Behold, Fortaleza’s Beach Park, the must-visit water park destination in Brazilá!

Aside from its plentiful family attractions, the water park also boasts an unforgettable adventure through its wave swimming pool and its famous Insano water slide, a water slide listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest– 135 ft (41 m)–the equivalent of a 14-story building! With its angle and slope, the famous water slide provides an extremely rapid descent at the speed of 65 mph (105 km/h)!

Waterbom, Bali, Indonesia

After exploring the top tourist attractions in Bali, head over to Waterbom in Kuta to spend a day of fun, adventure, and tons of water splashing!

Take the little kiddos to Funtastic to cool off with water cannons, jets, and supervised roller coasters specially designed for younger kids. Then, hop on a tire to slide down the artificial river next to the waterfalls and tropical vegetation, or go for a high-speed slide on the Constrictor, one of the longest water slides in the world! If you’re up for the challenge, take on the unexpected twists and turns of Python or throw yourself down inside a huge cauldron known as the Superbowl and engage in a head-to-head race for victory with friends and other tourists.

If you feel like taking on a treacherous slide at a dizzying speed, glide through two sudden falls at the Race Track circuit, or go down at a speed of 70 kilometers per hour (43 miles) at Smash Down, an 8-section slide with a shattering fall.

Aquaventure Water Park, Dubai, UAE

Plan a trip to Aquaventure Water Park, an award-winning water park and the largest in all of the Middle East and Europe!

Experience record-breaking rides and water slides, and discover what it feels like to swim with sharks and rays in close and secure proximity– Aquaventure also offers visitors a chance to unwind at their 700-meter beach stretch and some reserved seating areas at the park!

Chimelong Paradise, Guangzhou, China

Chimelong Water Park is China’s largest amusement park, stretching over 60 hectares. The water park is home to more than 60 attractions and accommodates a daily capacity of 50,000 visitors. Chimelong Paradise boasts the country’s first-ever boomer’s ride, the longest lazy river, the largest wave pool, the first Tornado ride in China, the largest aqua play area for kids. It is also the first park to use ozone water treatment to ensure the purest water quality available.

Try many of their unforgettable rides, including a ten-looped roller coaster, ranked as the finest in Asia. The water parks also have water rides like the Motorbike Launch Coaster and the Half Pipe, which will awaken your adventurous spirit.

Universal Volcano Bay, Orlando, Florida

Welcome to Florida’s Universal Volcano Bay, a theme park located inside Universal Studios Resorts and the perfect pit stop for those planning to visit Orlando. In the middle of this tropical-themed water park sits a 200-foot-tall (61 m) artificial volcano named “Krakatau,” which houses a range of fun rides, including the 125 feet tall Ko’okiri Body Plunge, the tallest body slide in America! The water park also boasts exciting rides and attractions, including the famous Kala & Tai Nui Serpentine Body Water Slides.

All the attractions at Volcano Bay are spread in four areas inspired by the Polynesian islands and culture. After your adventure, you can have a relaxing break at the water park by taking a dip at the winding river, the wave pool, and of course, the lounge chairs, in case you want to soak up the sun.

Aquapark Istralandia, Istria Country, Croatia

Aside from their showcase of family-friendly beaches, Croatia is also home to one of the best water parks in the world, the Aquapark Istralandia! Located in the Istria Country, surrounded by forests, the water park is spread out at 81,000 m² and offers guests 23 exciting attractions.

If you’re craving an extra dose of adrenaline, go to the 17m high Free Fall, the park’s highest slide, and the famous Space Rocket, the fastest of all rides in the park. Children will also have a great time at the 1000m2 kids’ pool and the kid-friendly Sea Hole, which boasts visual and audio effects for a truly immersive experience.

World Waterpark at West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton, Canada

Have you ever been to a water park inside a shopping mall? Yes, you read it right– INSIDE A SHOPPING MALL!

Located at the West Edmonton Mall, Canada, the World Waterpark is home to the world’s largest indoor wave pool and features more than 17 fun waterslides. The rides and attractions are divided into four levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and extreme. The kids, for instance, will have a great time at the Caribbean Cove, the Dolphin Kiddie Pool, and the Splash Pad, which are all beginner’s rides.

For the more adventurous, slides like the Corkscrew are a perfect choice. Meanwhile, visitors who are looking for more challenging rides can go on the Sky Screamer. The said slide stands above the park at 26 meters (85 feet), and is built for maximum speed– 60 km/h (37 mph)!

Wetside Water Park, Queensland, Australia

If you’re done exploring Australia’s most beautiful small towns, make sure to take a day trip to the Wetside Water Park. Situated in Harvey Bay, a coastal city in southern Queensland, the Wetside Water Park is a family-friendly recreational park filled with waterslides, a water play area, and a designated area for kids under five years old to play. The water park also boasts a wave machine, the Flipside Boardrider, and two large Waterslides.

Come to the water park on a Saturday night and witness a spectacular Light Show with music, colored lights, and spectacular water fountains. And the entrance fee? Yes, it’s free!

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