Pattaya unveils Thailand’s biggest waterpark

RamaYana Water Park boasts 50 rides and attractions
Thailand’s newest and biggest waterpark will open its doors to the public tomorrow. RamaYana Water Park, which covers more than 16 hectares, is located 25 minutes by car from central Pattaya, near the Khao Chi Chan Buddha mountain.
Features include 21 waterslides, two dedicated kids’ zones, a wave pool, lazy river, floating market and other activities and relaxation areas, totalling 50 independent attractions. F&B options and spa treatments are also on site.
“It is our intention that RamaYana will be recognised as both the largest and leading water park in Thailand, and additionally as a new world-class visitor attraction,” said Johannes Pattermann, the waterpark’s marketing and sales director.
He added that unique touch points set the park apart from similar attractions.
“The natural water available throughout the park, for example, is crystal clear drinking water from the park’s own wells.”
As an opening special until October 31, all visitors can enter for a full day for 990 baht (€25) for adults or 790 baht for children. Kids below 90cm enter free. Various family packages are also on offer. The park operates daily from 10:00 to 18:00.
TTG Asia


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