When you travel to Hua Hin, then you have to visit the water themepark – Vana Nava.
For those staying with InterContinental Hua Hin, this trip will be included in your booking with the hotel. And the hotel will arrange private pickups to and fro to the themepark.
If you have been to Adventure Cove in Sentosa, then this is not much of a difference. Similar rides, lazy river, wave pool, kids’ water playground, etc.
Turn and turn and turn when you experience weightlessness shooting up then down the wall at up to 45km/h before splashing down into a pool over 20m below. At 179m, this is the longest slide in Thailand!
Looking for some defying gravity slides? Try this one that takes you 18m high then drops you straight down at up to 50km/h. Be sure your swimming wears are secured tightly.
Still looking for faster slides? This slide is the only vertical looping slide in Thailand. And it can speed up to 60km/h for the real thrill seekers.
Not brave enough enough for the single-pax rides, or simply too boring to scream alone. Then the Abyss is suitable for up to 6 people soaring up to a height of 28m, share four to five near-vertical spins and then plummet into a huge funnel at speeds of over 45km/h.
I think you have the idea of the ‘fun rides’. Here are some other activities for you.
Standing at 13.4m tall, this is definitely not for those with acrophobia or simply fear of heights. However, all safety precautions are taken seriously, so it is suitable for all ages too.
Imagine the seas in Australia, the waves and the sun, and the surf board! Pit your skills on this surf simulator, with the on-site team to guide you as you maneuver on either body boards or surf boards.
The number one place all kids will rush to in all water themeparks. Seven different slides that splash down to a child-friendly pool, where the big giant bucket awaits you with immerse amount of water.
Only less than 30mins, the girls are already so tanned. Remember! Put on lots of sunblock!!
Another sure hit activity for children.
Hailed as the only one of its kind in Thailand, this obstacle course of ropes combined with water guns, will surely be fun and entertaining for all kids. Just think of how to get them down after you get them up.
After all the running around, sit back and relax in either one of these places.
About 345m long, bob around the entire park checking out on the various parts like the tropical jungle landscape, caves, waterfall, under bridges, etc. probably a good idea to take the lazy river to check out what rides have you missed or which ride has a shorter queue.
If one of your plan is to get a tan, why not do it in style? On a rattan bed located all over the place. If only, the ground is like the sandy beach, the experience would be complete (with a small umbrella cocktail).
I don’t really understand the meaning behind the name, but you get the idea. It’s the wave pool. Plenty of beach chairs for suntanning. Plenty of floats for all to share, single or double-seated. Enjoy the waves and regain some energy or let your heart rate return to normal (after all the exciting rides), before you go for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th round.
Lots of food and eateries scattered around the place. No worries on being hungry.
Signing off with a selfie! Hope you have a good time when you visit.