If you grew up watching Cartoon Network, then it’s time to book your flight to Thailand now. Why, you ask? Because you’ll find all your favourite iconic Cartoon Network heroes at the Cartoon Network Amazone in Thailand!
Set to open its gates on July 31st this year, Cartoon Network Amazone is the world’s first Cartoon Network themed waterpark in Thailand. It is also Thailand’s first internationally branded waterpark, in conjunction with the specialist in theme park development, Amazon Falls. Located at Bang Saray, the waterpark is just a 15-minute ride away from Pattaya City and it is expected to attract more than 800,000 visitors in its first year of operation.
From a gigantic family wave pool to a winding adventure river, the waterpark features 9 entertainment zones with 6 different main attractions including The Omniverse, Adventure Zone, Cartoonival, Riptide Rapids, Mega Wave and Surf Arena.
Cartoonival is claimed to be Asia’s largest aqua playground as it features over 150 interactive elements specially designed for children, such as curly slides, fountains, tubes, and two 1,000 litre giant tipping-buckets.
Thrillseekers will find that their favourite zone in the waterpark is The Omvierse as that comes complete with some of the fastest water rollercoasters in the world. The Omniverse also features one of the tallest and steepest rides in Asia as you hurtle down to a splash from a massive 23.4-metre-high tower with a 17-metre vertical free fall.
But that’s not all!
Just like any other theme park, the waterpark also offers a wide range of unique Cartoon Network characters merchandise with the world’s first Cartoon Network-themed retail store. The Cartoon Network characters will also be seen hanging around the park to offer photo opportunities for the visitors.
Excited to meet your favourite Cartoon Network characters already? It’s not too late now as you can buy the annual passes at their official website and be one of the first to enjoy the waterpark facilities! Let’s not forget to also add this as one of the theme parks you must visit in 2014.