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10 Coolest Water Parks In The World

Going on vacation is a ton of fun. There are so many different places where people can go, like museums, beaches, and even theme parks. Some of the most fun places to visit are water parks. With slides and pools, they can be a blast for anyone who likes to swim and have a good time.

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Around the world, there are a ton of totally fun water parks that are more than just big pools and tall slides. Some water parks are truly unique and give visitors a super cool experience with their awesome slides and fun pools. Whether you're visiting with your family or going solo, they're a must for any water lover's bucket list.

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10 Noah's Ark Waterpark - Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

Noah's Ark Waterpark is a special water park because of the fact that it's known for being the largest water park in America. Pretty cool, right? And it's not just a water park; this Wisconsin tourist destination has a ton of other attractions too, meaning that there's something for every visitor to do and have a good time with.

There are slides like the Raja, a snake-themed water slide, mini golf, and even a unique movie theater that engages all the senses ⁠— including smell and touch. There are even areas of the park that are a little more toned down and kid-friendly, if you're going with the whole family.

9 Lalandia - Billund, Denmark

Lalandia is a water park located in Billund, Denmark that has become a vacation destination for people from around the world. There are several different things to do while visiting Lalandia, but the water park there is definitely the most appealing part for many visitors.

The home to Lalandia's water park is called The Aquadome and features several different rides and attractions. From super fast and intense water slides to a lazy river, there's something at The Aquadome for every visitor.

8 Water Cube - Beijing, China

The National Aquatics Center, also known by most people as the Water Cube, is located in Beijing and is a massive water park. This water park is the home of the pool used in the 2008 Olympics and is now a popular tourist destination.

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Water Cube still has the massive Olympic pool and is the site of many swimming competitions. But there's also a water park that has been built that attracts tourists from around the world. It has a ton of different slides and areas to swim, making it a must-visit.

7 Aquatica Orlando - Orlando, Florida

Aquatica Orlando is a water park located in Orlando, Florida. Along with the more tame, kid-friendly things to do at Aquatica Orlando, there are also some wild slides for thrill-seekers. There's a slide that allows visitors to see dolphins swimming around them, a heart-pounding drop ride, and for the more laid0back visitors, a lazy river ride that allows visitors to see a ton of different fish, among many other slides and pools.

6 Siam Park - Adeje, Spain

Siam Park is a water park in Adeje, Spain that has something for just about every visitor. From thrilling water slides to relaxing pools and rides for kids, Siam Park has it all.

Siam Park has a distinctive design and is surrounded by many luscious green trees and plants. The park has a restaurant on-site, so visitors don't have to worry about leaving the park when they get hungry. Attractions include the water jungle gym, The Lost City.

5 Beach Park - Aquiraz, Brazil

Beach Park is a water park located in Aquiraz, Brazil. It's a massive water park with a huge variety of different attractions, meaning that there's something here for any visitor. Whether you want to relax in a sauna or get your adrenaline up on a tall water slide, this park is perfect.

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Along with all the rides and attractions, Beach Park has several private cabanas located within the parks. If you get tired of going down the waterslides or hanging in the pool, you can rent one to relax in and enjoy the warm Brazilian sun.

4 Thrill Waterpark - Perfect Day at CocoCay, Bahamas

Going on a cruise can be a ton of fun. Cruise ships have so many different things to do while you're on board, helping passengers to really make the most out of their trip. Thrill Waterpark is located in the Bahamas and is a cruise destination for visitors on a Royal Caribbean cruise.

This water park has a splash pad, a wave pool, private cabanas, and a thrilling waterslide. As if going on a cruise to the Bahamas isn't an awesome enough trip, making a stop at this water park makes it even more incredible.

3 Tropical Islands - Krausnick, Germany

Tropical Islands is a water park in Krausnick, Germany that is themed after a lush, tropical island. Stepping into this park feels like getting off the plane somewhere in the tropics with the many pools, slides, and plants. It's even home to the world's biggest indoor rainforest.

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Along with swimming in the pools and lagoons, visitors can take a hot air balloon ride, go mini golfing, and even visit an arcade while at this waterpark. Tropical Islands isn't simply a place for people that love to swim, it's a one-of-a-kind destination that has it all.

2 Suoi Tien Cultural Theme Park - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Suoi Tien Cultural Theme Park is a water park located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. This water park stands out because it's completely dedicated to Buddhism. There are individualistic decorations all over the park and a ton of water slides that visitors can slip and slide down into the pool.

Along with all the fun parts of the park, there are also some slightly strange attractions here. Suoi Tien Cultural Theme Park has a huge pond full of live alligators that visitors can feed. They also have an area called the Unicorn Palace, which is definitely not what it sounds like. Unicorn Palace is a dark and terrifying journey through the worst parts of the afterlife in the Buddhist religion.

1 Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark - Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark is a water park located in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Timber Ridge isn't just a water park; it's also a whole resort that has a hotel, restaurants, a spa, horseback riding, and more. While many people come just for the water park, even more people come to stay and enjoy everything Timber Ridge has to offer.

The water park area has a huge slide for visitors that are looking for an adrenaline rush, but the park also has a ton of areas that are just for kids to run around, climb, and play in the water.

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