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Reviewed April 16, 2014

First of all, there are only 2 small gates at the entrance which only fits one person at the time to enter with 1 staff at each gate checking tickets and putting them into the system. On the 14th of April the queue was 100m long and took about 45 min before we could enter the water park, standing in 40 degrees Celsius .

At the entrance buying tickets, kids are supposed to be about half price if they are students. If they don't have a student card they pay full price.. Why would an 8 year old not be a student without a student card? Why not just say "kids up to xxx years" half price? Bloody ripoff!

Once inside the park, I was in line waiting for a floating ring for one of the rides. When it was my turn the staff says I have to queue up to get it.. And gave it to the next in line (I was the only non-Thai in line)

Once at the top on the way to enter the ride the staff waits 1 minute after the previous customers has exited the ride.. 1 minute..? With 100 people waiting in line... Needless to say, I only tried it once as the queues just got ridiculous long.

Never again!

Date of experience: April 2014
2  Thank Robert_Rystrom
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Reviewed April 15, 2014

It was just a shopping outlet, to which one has to pay Bath 50 to enter. It has a few eatery within the area, along with some theme park rides. The art on the wall was one highlight.

The place was not to my fancy.

Date of experience: March 2014
2  Thank Joey L
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Reviewed April 10, 2014

Traveling there with a family of 6 (2 adults, 1 child (3yrs) and 3 elders).
The admission is 50 baht per person to enter.
Even small children and elderly people had to pay.
Not worth it if you just want to walk around and take a look.

What you get for 50 baht admission fee is:
The "Park Zone" has about 9 standard rides including the ferris wheel.
But nothing compared to Dream World or Siam Park City.

The "Village Zone" that has small shops (that sells a variety of stuff that you can basically find in any shopping malls) Restaurants, Tricky art Museums, and lots of ice cream and coffee shops. Hardly any seating areas. Not good if you're traveling with grandma or grandpa.

They recently opened a new park zone called "Water Fantasy"
The admission for this zone is 700 Baht to get in
It includes water rides that are mainly for children 7+ or depending on how tall they are.
Not recommended for young children. The 700 baht admission fee to "Water Fantasy" Zone also includes the admission fee to the Park and Village Zones.

We arrived checked the rates and the brochures and then left.
Not worth to spend all that money. I heard the food wasn't that great either.

In Thai ไม่คุ้มราคา "not worth the money".

Date of experience: March 2014
Thank WendyAaronDerek
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Reviewed March 26, 2014

I only went to the amusement side of the facility - not the water park and I didn't have much time since I was in a tour group. The place has lots of ice-cream and coffee shops but very little in the way of food so if you're hoping to eat there, don't plan on it. There are a few pretty tame, standard carnival rides - the giant swing, a carousel, mini zorbs, a big wheel and a slide that propels you into the air and onto a giant inflatable stunt cushion. I didn't really trust the health and safety aspect of the place, even though it's nicely presented and immaculately clean so I spent my hour and a half in the Trick Museum. This is basically filled with replica portraits, such as the Mona Lisa, which you can interact with - go into the frame and mess with the characters. There's also optical illusion rooms where you can pretend to have your head chopped off or be floating around in space. You need to have some one with you to photograph you in all these situations or it defeats the point but I must have been in there an hour messing around with the exhibits. Definitely a unique experience and way more fun than the big wheel. Entry fee is 240 Baht and you can't take food or drink in, so hydrate before you go.

Date of experience: March 2014
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Reviewed March 6, 2014

Park is beautiful and clean but no place to rest and not much to do or eat. Not close to Hua Hua but not very far as well. Most rides are not attractive for teenagers/adults.

Date of experience: January 2014
Thank livreders
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