Wet'n'Wild Haikou to open next year

by Simon Yuen on Nov 19, 2015 in Architecture
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The Wet’n’Wild water theme park in Haikou is expected to open in the fourth quarter next year

Wet’n’Wild Haikou, China’s first Wet’n’Wild water theme park, will open in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to Mission Hills China. Developed by Mission Hills China, GuangXi Inverstment Group and Village Roadshow Limited (VRL), an international theme park owner and operator, the 50,000 sq-m Wet’n’Wild Haikou is located within Haikou’s 1 million sq-m Mission Hills Centreville

Wet n Wild Haikou- Nightime View

"Mission Hills Group is excited to work with Village Roadshow Limited. The addition of Wet'n'Wild Haikou will reaffirm Mission Hills Haikou's position as one of the most sought-after tourism destinations in the world,” says Ken Chu, Chairman and CEO of Mission Hills Group.

The park will feature plenty of facilities, including a giant aqua play rain fortress, nine winding slides and two large dumping baskets. The indoor park will also have a children’s pool with child-friendly slides and relaxing whirlpools.

Giant AquaTube

Guests will be able to ride the waves in the 2,000 sq-m wave pool or test their surfing skills at the Double Flow Rider Surf Simulator. The estimated total investment of the project is about RMB 500 million.

FreeFall Plus

Village Roadshow Limited operates Wet’n’Wild in cities including Sydney, Florida and Las Vegas.

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