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The 15 Best Water Parks In The World

The 15 Best Water Parks In The World

Activities & Adventure 9 MINS READ
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If there’s one thing that summer brings, it’s fun at water parks. The good weather and the desire to disconnect make the water mixed with the thrill of slipping down the slides one of the best activities in the world.

Whether you want to swirl in a frenzy of excitement before plunging into the water, enjoying a thrilling raft ride, or splashing your troubles away on a water coaster, there’s a park that’s just perfect for you.

Do you want to know where the best waterparks in the world are? Keep reading.

From Bali to Tenerife, here’s a list of 15 amazing water parks that’ll provide you with the ultimate fun.

Have a look and pick your next destination!

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The Best Water Parks In The World

Siam Park, Tenerife, Spain

Two people on the lazy river at the Siam Park, Tenerife, Spain.

Inspired by the Siamese culture, Siam Park claims to be the most spectacular water attraction in Europe. It is located on the island of Tenerife, belonging to the Canary Islands in Spain.

One of its most famous attractions is the Tower of Power, a slide in which you will go down a vertical slope of 28 meters of free fall.

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Beach Park, Fortaleza, Brazil

Aerial view of the waterslides at the Beach Park Fortaleza, Brazil.

Capital of the Ceara State of Brazil, Fortaleza is famous for its bewitching beaches that are decorated by dunes and lagoons, palm trees, and red cliffs.

The weather is so accommodating, and soothing, that going to the local waterparks is one of the top activities.

For the ultimate family fun, visit the Beach Park, which features plenty of attractions for kids, aside from pulse-pounding rides like a wave pool, and the Insano water slide.

You should know that the Insano is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s highest water slide, its 135ft height (41m) is equivalent to the height of a 14-story building.

With the angle and slope, the slide provides extremely rapid descents at speeds of 65 mph (105 km/h). Are you ready?

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Waterbom, Bali, Indonesia

Aerial view of the waterslides at the Waterbom Bali, Indonesia.

After uncovering the top attractions in Bali, head over to Waterbom in Kuta, where you’ll spend a day filled with fun, tumbling, and splashing emotions.

Take the small swimmers to Funtastic to cool off with water cannons, jets, and supervised roller coasters specially designed for kids.

Hop on a tire to slide down the artificial river next to waterfalls and tropical vegetation, go for a high-speed slide, or go for the Constrictor – one of the longest water slides in the world.

Dare to challenge the unexpected twists and turns of Python, throw yourself down in a huge cauldron known as the Superbowl, and challenge your friends to a head-to-head race for victory in the Boogie game!

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Aquaventure Water Park, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The waterslides and pools surrounded by trees at the Aquaventure, Waterpark, Dubai.

Aquaventure Water Park is the largest in all of the Middle East and Europe, and one of the most famous waterparks in the world.

An award-winning water park, where you will be allowed to experience record-breaking rides and water slides.

Discover what it feels like to swim with sharks and rays in close and secure proximity, or simply unwind at the 700-meter stretch of pristine beach or the numerous reserved seating areas in the park.

Aquaventure brings the best of what one can experience in a water park making it, without a doubt, the best water park in Dubai!

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Chimelong Paradise, Guangzhou, China

A child going down a water slide

Chimelong Water Park is the largest amusement park in China. Stretching over 60 hectares, the water park contains more than 60 attractions and has a daily capacity of 50,000 visitors.

This water park deserves a position on the top 5 for the first boomer’s ride, the longest lazy river, the largest wave pool, the first Tornado ride in China, the largest aqua play area for kids, 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 water rides are the most amazing in China.

Many of the rides, including the ten-looped roller coaster, are ranked as the finest in Asia. Water rides such as the Motorbike Launch Coaster and the Half Pipe will bring you the most exciting feelings.

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Universal Volcano Bay, Florida, United States

The Universal Volcano Bay is a theme park located inside Universal Studios Resorts, and it’s the perfect pit stop for those who are planning a family vacation in Florida.

In the very middle of this tropical-themed water park, sits a 200-foot-tall (61m) artificial volcano named “Krakatau”, which houses a range of thrill rides, including the 125 feet tall Ko’okiri Body Plunge, the tallest body slide in America.

The volcano is also home to other exciting rides and attractions, including the Kala & Tai Nui Serpentine Body Water Slides.

All the attractions at Volcano Bay are spread within four areas inspired by Polynesian islands and cultures.

After your adventures, you can also have a more chill time at the water park and indulge in activities such as the winding river, the wave pool, and, of course, the lounge chairs in case you want to soak up the sun.

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Aquapark Istralandia, Istria Country, Croatia

Two boys at a water slide.

Aside from having a showcase of family-friendly beaches, Croatia is also home to one of the best water parks in the world. Surrounded by forests, Aquapark Istralandia is located in the Istria Country, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea.

The water park spreads within an area of 81,000 m² and offers visitors 23 exciting attractions.

If you’re craving an extra dose of adrenaline, go to the 17m high Free Fall, which is the park’s highest slide, and to Space Rocket, the park’s fastest ride.

Children can also have a great time in the 1000m2 kid’s pool, aside from enjoying the ride in the Sea Hole, which has visual and audio effects for a truly immersive experience.

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World Waterpark at West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton, Canada

Colorful waterslides leading to a giant pool at the World Waterpark, in Canada.

Have you ever been to a water park that’s inside a shopping mall? If not, this is your chance to do so. Placed inside the West Edmonton Mall, in Edmonton, Canada, the World Waterpark houses the world’s largest indoor wave, and it features more than 17 fun waterslides.

The rides and attractions are divided into four levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and extreme. Kids, for instance, can have a great time at the Caribbean Cove, the Dolphin Kiddie Pool, and the Splash Pad, which are all beginner’s rides.

For a bit more adrenaline, slides like the Corkscrew are the perfect bet. As for visitors who are looking for more challenging rides, the Sky Screamer is a must.

This slide stands above the park at t 26 meters (85 feet) and is built for a maximum speed of 60 km/h (37 mph).

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WetSide Water Park, Queensland, Australia

Mom and daughter having fun o a waterslide.

In case you’re planning to explore some of Australia’s most beautiful small towns, make sure to take a day trip to the WetSide Water Park.

Placed on Harvey Bay, a coastal city in southern Queensland, the Wetside Water Park is a family-friendly spot, filled with the best waterslides, a water play area, and even a special area for kids under 5 years old to play.

The water park also has a wave machine, the Flipside Boardrider, and two large Waterslides.

Every Saturday night, the park hosts a Light Show with music, colored lights, and spectacular water fountains. Plus, the entrance to the water park is free.

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Wild Wadi Water Park, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Colorful waterslides leading to a pool at the Wild Wadi Water Park, in Dubai.

Located in the area of Jumeirah, a coastal residential area of Dubai, the Wild Wadi Water Park is a water wonderland designed for all.

Thanks to its safety, technology, and innovation, the park has won several local and international awards, such as the 2007 Dubai Quality Award Gold.

Themed around the tale of Juha, a character from Arabian folklore, Wild Wadi has a heated and cooled wave pool, an 18m (59 ft) waterfall that goes off every ten minutes, eight Master Blasters (more than any other water park in the world), rain fortresses for all ages, high thrill speed slides, and an aqua drop.

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Aquatica Water Park, Orlando, Florida

View of ttwo waterslides and a pristine pool surrounded by palm trees at the Aquatica Water Park, Orlando.

Ranked one of the top water parks in the world, the Aquatica Park is themed around the Southern Pacific, and it features Australian and New Zealand-based mascots.

The park has a range of slides and attractions for all age groups. There are two wave pools, a human-made white-sand beach area, breakaway falls, family-friendly raft slides, and giant, side-by-side wave pools.

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Caribbean Bay, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

A mother and two kids sliding down a a giangt tube at a water park.

Granted a “Must-see Waterpark Award”, from the International Association of Amusement Park Attractions, the Caribbean Bay is an indoor and outdoor water park in Yongin, on the outskirts of Seoul.

Built over an area of about 78.2 sq mi, the Caribbean Bay is the largest waterpark in the world, and it’s part of the Everland Resort.

The park features an indoor aquatic center with several pools and three water tube slides, a giant wave pool that generates 2.4m artificial waves, and a fortress with the world’s longest streaming pool.

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Tropical Islands, Krausnick, Germany

View the sandy beach by the pool at the Tropical Islands Water Park, in Germany.

Located 60 km south of Berlin, Tropical Islands break all the records. Aside from being the largest indoor water park in the world, it’s Europe’s largest tropical holiday resort, and it houses the biggest indoor rainforest on earth, with around 50,000 plants of 600 different varieties.

Themed around the tropical forest, the park has a myriad of great attractions that are suitable for everyone, from small children to adults.

Some of the highlights of this water park are the steam baths, that stretch across 10,000 m², a sandy beach with palm trees and a 200-meter-long Tropical Sea, and a 27-meter-high waterslide tower.

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Jungle Aqua Park, Egypt

Water slides within the Jungle Aquapark Resort in Hurghada, Egypt

The Jungle Aqua Park, in Hurghada, it’s one of Egypt’s most amazing waterparks. Located inside a family-friendly resort on the Red Sea coast, this waterpark has a showcase of attractions, including 35 slides, a wave pool, and a rafting river, all surrounded by bungalows, swimming pools, a spa, and a variety of bars and restaurants.

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Area 47, Innsbruck, Austria

Woman wakeboarding on a lake.

If you thought that Austria was only a ski destination, you’ll be surprised to know that the country is home to one of the best water parks in the world.

Situated in Innsbruck, in the Austrian Alps, Area 47 is the largest outdoor adventure park in the country. In case you want to ditch the slopes and have some fun in the water, this place is a must.

Area 47 hosts a wide range of outdoor activities, such as rafting, canoeing, bungee jumping, and wakeboarding.

Rated by CNN as one of the top five water parks in the world, this adventure paradise also has a water area with five slides, a 17-meter-high water ramp, a cannonball, and a 400-meter zip line.

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What are the top 10 water parks in the world?

The 10 best water parks in the world:

  • Siam Park, Tenerife, Spain;
  • Beach Park, Fortaleza Brazil;
  • Waterbom, Bali, Indonesia;
  • Aquaventure Water Park, Dubai, United Arab Emirates;
  • Chimelong Paradise, Guangzhou, China;
  • Aquapark Istralandia, Istria Country, Croatia;
  • World Waterpark, Edmonton, Canada;
  • WetSide Water Park, Queensland, Australia;
  • Wild Wadi Water Park, Dubai, United Arab Emirates;
  • Aquatica Water Park, Orlando, Florida.

What countries have good water parks?

USA, UAE, Brazil, China, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, Croatia, and Spain.

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