10 Awesome Waterparks Near Bangkok That Everyone Should Visit To Battle Thailand’s Heat

Fun waterparks near Bangkok

Thailand’s heat reaches its peak when the high humidity teams with the blazing sun, melting everyone who lives in Thailand – especially those who find themselves in the concrete jungle of Bangkok city.

But don’t worry city folks. We’ve gathered 10 awesome waterparks near Bangkok for you to cool down and fight off the aggressive heat with some fun.

1.Vana Nava Water Jungle – largest water slide in Thailand

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Distance from Bangkok: 3 hours

Situated near the famous Hua Hin beach, Vana Nava Water Jungle is a waterpark that offers something for everyone – whether you’re an adventurous adult or a fun-loving kid.

There are a whopping 19 rides to choose from here. Challenge your inner speed demon and dive into the Abyss, the largest water slide in Thailand, which will give you a near-vertical spin on an inflatable raft along with other 5 people before plunging into a giant funnel at speeds over 45km/hour – perfect for adventurous souls

If you’re feeling a little lazy, you can just lie on an inflatable bed in a huge beach pool or float around the park in a curvy lazy river. 

Colourful Viva Wonderland area is perfect for kids
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Vana Nava Water Jungle is located next to Cicada Market, a chic night market with art exhibitions, live music, as well as local food and handicrafts.    

There are also sporty activities like rock climbing, ropes course, and indoor surfing available for those who want to challenge their physical stamina and skills.

Vana Nava Water Jungle
Address: 129/99 Soi Moo Baan Nong Kae, Nong Kae, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110
Opening Hours: 10AM – 6PM, Daily
Fees: Adult: ฿1,200 | Child: ฿800 | Senior: ฿800 (60 years old+)
Telephone: +66-32-909-606

2.Cartoon Network Amazone – cartoon-inspired rides with mascots

Distance from Bangkok: 2 hours

Cartoon Network Amazone is a waterpark that will be nostalgic for people who grew up with characters from Cartoon Network channel like The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time, Ben 10, and more. 

Each water slide is created after the characters’ signature colours and designs from the shows.

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Fulfill your childhood dreams by joining the park’s meet & greet sessions and watching your favourite characters’ dancing show at Toonsquare. These events are held daily so you won’t have to worry about the date!

Click here to check the show and meet & greet schedule so you won’t miss out on shows like The Powerpuff Girls dance awww.

Take pictures with your favourite characters IRL at the meet & greet
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If you have time to spare, stop by at Nong Nooch Botanic Garden to walk among the Jurassic jungle-themed garden or its quaint French garden. You can also see a Thai dancing show with full extravagant props while here. 

Cartoon Network Amazone
Address: 8/888 Sukhumvit Rd, Na Chom Thian, Sattahip District, Chon Buri 20250
Opening Hours: 10AM – 6PM, Daily
Fees: Adult: ฿1,290 | Child: ฿900
Telephone: +66-33-004-999

3.Ramayana Park – Thailand’s biggest water park

Distance from Bangkok: 2 hours

Using traditional Thai art and classic epics as a theme, Ramayana Park has really distinguished itself and stands out from other water parks in terms of style. Also, it’s the biggest water park in Thailand.

Watch out, a huge load of water will regularly be dumped from the monkey’s mouth!
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As its name suggests, the main concept is taken from the Indian epic, Ramayana, and is also inspired by traditional Thai artistic designs from hundreds of years ago. 

Aside from colourful giant slides and long lazy river, there’s also a small pool with a DJ booth and foam generator to create a raving day-time foam party for everyone.

Sipping your drinks at the foam party and enjoy the music from  the DJ booth
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Ramayana Park
Address: 9 Moo 7, Ban Yen Rd., Na Chom Thian, Sattahip Chon Buri 20250
Opening Hours: 10AM – 6PM, Daily
Fees: Adult: ฿1,190 | Child: ฿890 | Senior: ฿590 (60 years old+, pregnant women, and disabled)
Telephone: +66-33-005-929

4.Scenical World – waterpark in the mountains

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Distance from Bangkok: 2.5 hours

Hidden amidst lush green mountains, Scenical World is situated near Khao Yai National Park in the northeastern region of Thailand.  

The waterpark, Splash World, is located in the mountains with a view of the national park, giving you a sense of ultimate relaxation while floating around in a huge pool with artificial waves.

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Next to Splash World is both an amusement park and a colourful mall with cute mascots walking around – families with small children will love this.

If you want to get a better view of the mountains with some extra excitement, visit Typhoon Tower, a ride where you’ll be seated with your legs hanging before being given a swirl of your life. Please hold on to your dear life – and shoes

This devilish ride is perfect for people with steel stomachs
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Scenical World
Address: 777 Moo 5, Thanarat Road, Mu Si, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30450
Opening Hours: Thu – Tue: 10AM – 6PM. (Closed on Wednesdays)
Fees: Adult: ฿890 | Child: ฿680 | Senior: ฿450 (60 years old+)
Telephone: +66-44-001-188 | +66-92-337-6996

5.Black Mountain Water Park – relaxing waterpark with surfing zone

Distance from Bangkok: 3 hours

If you prefer relaxing pools to chill in rather than gigantic crazy slides, then Black Mountain Water Park is your answer.

The park has some simple slides for kids while providing a peaceful lazy canal with waterfalls for ultimate tranquillity. 

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Practice your surfing skills in a pool with legit waves from a generator without having to worry much about your safety since there are lifeguards looking out for you.  

Foam boards are provided for surfing practice
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Black Mountain Water Park
Address: 1 Moo 2 Tambon Hin Lek Fai, Hua Hin, 77110
Opening Hours: 10AM – 5PM, Daily
Fees: Adult: ฿600 | Child: ฿300
Telephone: +66-32-618-444

6.The Resort Waterpark at Suanphueng – castle-style water resort

Distance from Bangkok: 3 hours

The Resort Waterpark at Suanphueng is here to fulfil your childhood dreams by letting you swim like a prince or princess with Western castles and huge mountains in the background.

Though you don’t have to be a hotel guest to use the pools, we still recommend you to stay in one of the rooms here and experience a royal experience straight out of Disney – or Disenchantment, you decide.

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Not only do the castles look cute, but the mini water slides in the pool are also adorable – they look as if they’re magical creatures within an enchanted kingdom. 

Though the mini water slides are mostly for children, there’s also a huge, thrilling slide on the pool side for adults to have some fun.

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The Resort Waterpark at Suanphueng
Address: 1 Moo 2 Tambon Hin Lek Fai, Hua Hin, 77110
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 9AM – 5PM | Sat – Sun: 9AM – 7PM
Fees: Adult: ฿140 | Child: ฿100
Telephone: +66-81-763-9336 | +66-81-763-9031

7.Phanthai Norasing Water Park – Jurassic park garden

Distance from Bangkok: 1 hour

If you’re a Jurassic Park film series fan, Phanthai Norasing is a waterpark with a pre-historic garden in which you can walk among life-size dinosaur statues.

Yep, you can emerge from a hatched dinosaur egg!
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The water park itself is filled with inflatable colourful slides for kids and adults, so don’t forget to challenge your friends to race a round or two and see who comes out as the winner.

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Whether you want to have a quick waterpark getaway with your friends away from the city, Phanthai Norasing is a perfect choice since it’s only 1 hour away from Bangkok.

Phanthai Norasing Water Park
Address: 9/9 Moo 3 Phanthai Norasing, Mueang Samut Sakhon District, Samut Sakhon 74000
Opening Hours: Mon -Tue, Thu – Fri: 11AM – 7PM | Sat – Sun: 9AM – 8PM. (Closed on Wednesdays)
Fees: Adult: ฿400 | Child: ฿300
Telephone: +66-85-177-7277

8.Fantasia Lagoon Waterpark – rooftop water slide in Bangkok

Who said malls are only perfect for indoor activities? Fantasia Lagoon proves that you can have a nice day at the waterpark situated on top of a shopping mall. 

And better yet, this waterpark is right in Bangkok and close to the newly opened Lak Song MRT station so you won’t have to spend a lot of time to get to it.

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The entry fees are also pocket-friendly and open until 8pm, later than most of waterparks on the list.

The main park has a pirate theme to it with a legit size treasure cave with indoor pools located nearby. For the ultimate thrill, slide down a tall and spiral tube, overlooking the view down Bangkok’s street.   

The spiralling slide overlooking Bangkok streets, adding more excitement

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Note: This waterpark has 2 more branches in Bangkok, click here to learn more.

Fantasia Lagoon Waterpark (The Mall Bangkae)
Address: 4th Floor The Mall Bangkae, 275, Moo 1 Phet Kasem Rd, Bang Khae Nuea, Bang Khae, Bangkok 10600
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 10.30AM – 8PM | Sat – Sun: 10AM – 8PM
Fees: Adult: ฿220 | Child: ฿130
Nearest Train Station: Walk off Lak Song MRT station (Exit 4) and you will see the mall in front of you
Telephone: +66-2-363-3119

9.Pororo AquaPark Bangkok – Pororo-themed waterpark on a shopping mall

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Pororo AquaPark is another rooftop waterpark in Bangkok situated over CentralPlaza Bangna.

The waterpark is created after a cute Korean animated character, Pororo the Little Penguin, painting the whole park with candy-like colours.

If you’re afraid of Bangkok’s raging sun like us, there is a huge indoor pool with a jacuzzi system provided for a leisurely soak.

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Stop at a bar area with your peers to grab some refreshments and munchies during a swimming break.

Pororo AquaPark Bangkok
Address: 6th Floor CentralPlaza Bangna 585, Theparat Road, North Bang Na, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 10.30AM – 6PM | Sat – Sun: 10AM – 6PM
Fees: Adult: ฿400 | Child: ฿280 | Senior: ฿280 (60 years old +)
Nearest Train Station: Get off at Udomsuk BTS station (Exit 2) and take a taxi or Grab
Telephone: +66-2-745-7377

10. Siam Park City – old-school Thai waterpark from the 80s

Don’t forget to take a photo with the signature castle in the amusement zone
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For Bangkokians, there is no other waterpark more famous and classic than the Siam Park City, an amusement and water park that has been running since 1980. 

Though the waterpark doesn’t have super fancy slides like the newer places, its legendary speed rainbow slide is enough to draw people in. The water slide is 21 metres tall, equivalent to a 7-storey building

It was once featured in Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s tallest water slide.

The park’s iconic rainbow water slide
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After the pool time, get your hair dried by riding the daredevil Boomerang rollercoaster which throws you back and forth in high speeds, or get the taste of free-falling from Giant.

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Siam Park City
Address: 203 Suan Siam Rd, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok 10230
Opening Hours: 10AM – 6PM, Daily
Fees: Adult: ฿900 | Child: ฿150
Telephone: +66-2-919-7200 | +66-2-105-4294

Cooldown at fun waterparks with cool concepts

If you can’t bear the heat in humid Bangkok, then don’t. Call up your friends or family and book tickets for one of these waterparks and take a short road trip out of the city as fast as you can. Have a nice and cool day!

Cover image adapted from: Thairath

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