The seven best waterparks across Thailand to escape the heat

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The seven best waterparks across Thailand to escape the heat.

When the sun moves out of Pisces in April, the heat starts to get serious. Temperatures rise to 40 degrees Celsius and beyond and drain us of all our energy. Some of us are lucky enough to live within walking distance of the country’s best beaches, others cycle to the nearby waterfalls and cascades to take a break from the heat. But for those of us who are stuck in the urban jungle, the choices tend to be staying cooped in an air-conditioned room or making tracks out of town to the nearest waterpark.

This week, we look at the seven best waterparks at which to chill.


Tucked away in Pak Chong district, a popular destination with Bangkok’s get-out-of-towners, Scenical World Khao Yai is a new kid on the block. A heady combination of amusement park, shopping mall and hotel, it’s also home to Splash World, where you can experience the water in a variety of playful and adventurous ways. In pride of place is the Splash Coaster where you sweep down, twist, turn and climb on a thrilling run of 180 metres. The brave can get their adrenaline kicks by whizzing along the circular slide at high speed before plunging into the Space Bowl.

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Leave it up to the kids and they’ll probably choose to spend every single day of the long school holidays at Cartoon Network Amazone in Pattaya. Here, at the world’s first Cartoon Network theme park, the young and not-so-young can have fun with much-loved characters such as Ben Ten and the Powerpuff girls. The most popular rides include the Omniverse, which is as high as an eight-storey building and home to six of the fastest and steepest water roller coasters, and the gravity-defying Goop Loop roller coaster where you clamber into an enclosed capsule to drop into a 12-metre free-fall that generates maximum G-force. The XLR8TOR is the park’s tallest and steepest ride, drawing its inspiration from Ben Ten’s lightning-quick reflexes and ability to reach speeds in excess of 480kph.


Billed as the “Beach of Bangkok”, Siam Park City is Bangkok’s very first waterpark and was built almost 40 years ago. Michael Jackson came to Siam Park to enjoy the water during his 1993 Dangerous World Tour, and the waterpark is still worth a day trip especially during the hot season. As well as the slide – which in 1970 held the world’s record for the highest at 75 feet – there is an inland sandy beach and a sea with giant waves right in downtown Bangkok.


Thailand’s best waterpark is located in Hua Hin – the country’s leading beach holiday destination.

Vana Nava is built to mimic a tropical lagoon with palm trees and rock pools spread over 3.2 acres. As well as Boomerango, Thailand’s longest water slide, this waterpark also has the Abass – the largest ride of its kind, which soars to a height of 28 metres then keeps your spinning at 45kph before plummeting and splashing down into a pool.


A different style of waterpark from the usual slides and rides, Flow House targets the urban dude and wannabe surfer. With artificial waves and water runners, the fun is real as thrill seekers dare to ride the waves and spin their boards. It’s a place to see and be seen and occasionally transforms into a party scene with DJs where a dude can roam around and show off this tattoos. Make sure you book in advance if you want to ride the waves as the surf house is always packed.


Inspired by the blue-and-white tones of Santorini Island in the Aegean Sea, this water park is an excellent choice if you want to avoid the queues at Vana Nava. The Vulcan’s Kamikaze ride from 18 metres might sound scary but it’s addictive. For a bigger adrenaline rush, try the park’s signature Ares’s King Cobra slide that keeps you running over 78 metres from the tail to the head of the snake-like ride.

Santorini Water Fantasy, Phetchaburi,


While many amusement parks lay the claim for the “biggest, longest, fastest” accolade, Splash Down takes the form of a lake filled with inflatables designed to hurl thrill seekers into the sky and, of course, into the water. These include the Big Blob, where you jump and see how far you can fly and Big Red Balls that demand you bounce your way across eight, big ball without falling into the pool. Designed for adult and teenagers, this isn’t a place for the little ones.

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Wora Bura has spacious rooms with LCD TVs, a large free-form pool with a hot tub, and 5 restaurants and bars. It is 77 m from Hua Hin’s beaches along the Siam Gulf.

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A 5-minute walk from Cicada Night Market, Wora Bura Hua Hin Resort & Spa include low-rise buildings of Thai-Colonial style surrounding the outdoor pool and garden.

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Guests have a selection of luxurious rooms and villas that feature spectacular views of the outdoor landscape from private balconies.

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Guests can enjoy relaxing at the resort’s Wora Spa, which offers an extensive spa menu, and children can play at the kid’s club. Shuttle bus transportation heading to Hua Hin town are provided.

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The resort’s Rak Talay Restaurant has fine dining on an open-air terrace that offers panoramic views of the Hua-Hin Bay. Chonlamark, the pool bar has light lunch menus and refreshments.

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Hotel De La Paix, Cha Am Beach

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Experience world-class service at Hotel De La Paix Cha Am Beach, Hua Hin Managed by Accor

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Located in the coastal town of Cha-Am, Hotel De La Paix Cha Am Beach, Hua Hin Managed by Accor is a luxurious beachside resort offering 5-star facilities including a pool with sea views and rooms designed to be personal retreats with free WiFi.

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Under a journey of 6.7 km, you can find Swiss Sheep Farm and Santorini Park. This hotel is 26 km north of Hua Hin. Nearby attractions also include the Summer Palace of King Rama VI (5.6 km ) and the Cha-Am Forest Park (7 km).

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Hotel De La Paix features stylish Thai furnishings and spacious interiors. Each room features a home theatre system and a 42-inch Plasma TV.

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Guests can relax at the hotel’s chill pool and lounge on the pool-side decks, or pamper themselves at the spa. It provides unique treatments using ancient Asian healing techniques. Other facilities at the hotel include a library with business centre amenities.

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Choose from 3 signature restaurants at the hotel, with each offering different experiences. Motion is situated by the pool with an outdoor dining option while Clouds Loft on the roof top lets one dine underneath the stars. The Red Bar is where all favourite drinks can be enjoyed.

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Statues Thailand Monarchs

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Workers put final touches on statues of former Thai kings at Ratchapakdi Park in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan. The statues are part of an installation at the park to honour past Thai monarchs. Tawatchai Kemgumnerd

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The general public, workers and government officials pay respect to a giant statue of King Narai the Great in Lop Buri before it is transported to Ratchapakdi Park in Hua Hin district, Prachuap Khiri Khan province.

The park will have 13.9-metre-tall bronze statues of seven former kings — King Ramkhamhaeng the Great, King Naresuan the Great, King Narai the Great, King Taksin the Great, King Buddha Yodfa Chulalok the Great, King Mongkut and King Chulalongkorn.

The general public, workers and government officials pay respect to a giant statue of King Narai the Great in Lop Buri before it is transported to Ratchapakdi Park in Hua Hin district, Prachuap Khiri Khan province.

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