Southeast Asia is hot and humid most of the year, so one way to cool down with your family and friends is by visiting waterparks! The following are some of the best waterparks in the region:
Waterbom Park And Spa (Indonesia)
Occupying almost four hectares of land in Bali, the Waterbom Park and Spa is a top-rated, world-class waterpark that is the perfect to place to go to for some fun and relaxation.
It has a wide selection of rides that are grouped into three: mellow, moderate, and extreme. Slide down its 22 giant, spiraling waterslides and feel the coolness of the water as you reach the bottom!
It also provides some health and wellness services, such as reflexology massage, fish spa therapy, nail treatment, and many more. And, most importantly, it has several restaurants, bars, and food stalls where the entire family can enjoy sandwiches, cakes, pastries, fruit juices, and other international cuisine.
Black Mountain Water Park (Thailand)
About a 15-minute drive from the center of Hua Hin, the Black Mountain Water Park is a popular tourist destination in Thailand that receives throngs of local and foreign tourists all-year round, most especially during the summer months.
With its different types and sizes of pools, it can accommodate all, whether little children, teenagers, or adults. The best part about visiting the park is sliding down one of the nine slides of the 17-meter high tower and be met by a big wave as you splash into the water.
It has various snack bars and restaurants where guests can try both local and European dishes. It also has lockers, changing rooms, and a souvenir shop.
Sunway Lagoon (Malaysia)
Located in Selangor, the Sunway Lagoon was opened to the public in 1997 and has since become a top global tourist destination.
With more than 80 attractions to choose from its five differently-themed mini-parks — Water Park, Adventure Park, Scream Park, Wildlife Park, and Extreme Park — visitors can get the ultimate park adrenaline-pumping experience!
The park has also been the venue for various major events, including the 2009 and 2010 Arthur’s Day Celebrations, and the 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2013 MTV World Stage.
Adventure Cove (Singapore)
Situated in the southern part of Singapore, Adventure Cove is a waterpark that is home to one of the longest lazy-rives in the world, the Adventure River, which is a 620-meter long river that features an aquarium, grottoes, dolphin lagoon, and tropical jungle sceneries.
Some of its best attractions are the Riptide Rocket, which is a one-of-a-kind hydro-magnetic coaster; the Bluwater Bay, a giant pool with big waves; the Whirlpool Washout, where guests slide down a twisty, spiraling slide; and the Ray Bay, where visitors can see rays up close.
Splash Island (Philippines)
The largest in the Philippines, Splash Island is a waterpark located in Laguna that showcases numerous rides and slides that will surely give you an exhilarating and unforgettable experience. It has small slides, such as the Bannakita, Twin Coco Knots, and Curl-of-the-Orien, all exclusively for kids, and bigger ones for adults.
Food will not be a problem as the park has numerous food stalls that offer various snacks, meals, and drinks.