The Coolest Waterparks In The World

Here are the coolest water parks in the world. Grab your costumes and check out the best slides, rides and pools for a whole day of friends and family fun.

1. Siam Waterpark

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It’s easy to see why this park was voted best water park on the planet by TripAdvisor. There’s something for everybody as the attractions are isolated into three parts: unwind, family and adrenaline. Situated in the wonderful Canary Islands, this is a bucket list stop in case you’re traveling in Spain.

2.Universal’s Volcano Bay, Florida

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All inclusive Studios’ soon-to-open water park arrangements to be a distinct advantage with new wristband innovation that holds your place in line. Not any more holding up. No all the more dragging around bulky tubes. We can’t wait wait to see this efficient enchantment in real life.

3. Blizzard Beach, Disney World, Florida

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One of the best parts of this water park is the theme. Composed as a previous ski resort that dissolved, the recreation center elements fun winter-meets-summer subtle elements like a ski lift, drifting icy masses and appearances by Frozen characters, for example, the loveable snowman Olaf. Thrill seekers shouldn’t miss Mount Gushmore, one of the tallest and quickest waterslides in The World.

4. Aquaventure Waterpark, Atlantis, The Bahamas

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With nearly a dozen pools, huge amounts of fast-paced slides and a tropical sluggish waterway that meanders through a lavish desert garden, there’s something for each speed. Adrenaline junkies can attempt the Leap of Faith, an almost vertical slide that drops you down a reasonable passage through a shark-filled tidal pond.

5. Dollywood’s Splash Country, Tennessee

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Ranked one of America’s Top 10 Water Parks by TripAdvisor, Dollywood’s Splash Country highlights 35 sections of land of slides, pools, rafts and tube rides, in addition to lovely Smoky Mountain view. Families will appreciate The Cascades lagoon-style pool with more than 25 intelligent components including a fountain.

6. Water Cube Water Park, China

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Beijing’s National Aquatics Center, previous site of the 2008 Summer Olympics, has been changed over to an indoor water park. The now biggest water park in Asia is home to new slides, rides, a lazy river, a giant wave pool and a spa.

7. Waterbom Bali, Indonesia

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Appraised one of the best water stops on the planet by TripAdvisor, the park offers some extraordinary slides like the Climax. Sliders remain in a little chamber over a slide that is so close vertical, a trap entryway opens to drop sliders. This 2.5 G-force of speed is just for genuine thrill seekers.

8. Wild Wadi Waterpark, United Arab Emirates

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The Dubai outdoor water park features more than a dozen slides, heated and cooled wave pools and two artificial surfing machines. Those up for a thrill should try the aptly named Tantrum Alley for a series of tornado bowls that swish a raft of four around and around before plunging riders into a pool.