Thursday, August 18, 2011

Best Water Parks Around the World

There's still plenty of time left to enjoy summer to the fullest.  But have you ever wondered where people go to cool off during these long lazy hot summer days?  Thanks to our friends over at CheapFlights, here are the Best Water Parks Around the World...
  • Chime Long Water Park, Guangzhou, China - Behemoth Bowl takes riders down a dizzying 65' drop into a spiraling centrifugal chute that splashes out into a pool below
  • Noah's Ark Waterpark, Wisconsin Dells, WI - the largest waterpark in the U.S. features 49 water rides, 2 huge wave pools, 2 endless rivers and 4 kid's water play areas
  • Las Cascadas Water Park, Aguadilla, PR - as the largest water park in the Caribbean, Las Cascadas offers a lazy river, wave pool, the Bomb speed water slide and more!
  • World Waterpark, Edmonton, AB - located inside the largest shopping mall in North America, West Edmonton Mall, World Waterpark is home to the world's largest wave pool plus 17 additional water rides
  • Water Country USA, Williamsburg, VA - this fun waterpark features more than 30 rides and attractions for the entire family to enjoy
  • Schlitterbahn Waterpark - this family favourite offers 4 locations in Kansas City, Galveston Island, South Padre Island and New Braunfels, TX, with tons of rides and fun for everyone
  • Sandcastle Waterpark, Blackpool, UK - boasting the longest indoor roller coaster in the world, Sandcastle offers 17 additional water rides and attractions
  • Sunway Lagoon, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - featuring five theme parks in one, Sunway Lagoon is part of an entertainment complex offering over 80 attractions and rides
  • Wet 'n' Wild Water World, Oxenford, Gold Coast, Australia - visitors can slide down spiralling water rides in the dark that boast names like Blackhole, Tornado and Kamikaze 
  • Wet 'n' Wild, Cancun, Mexico - this is a great alternative to the hot and crowded beaches of Cancun!  Cool off with wave pools, chute rides, bumper boats and more!


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