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Guangzhou Chimelong Water Park

Cool Off at the Chimelong Water Park

One of the best places to relax and cool off is by visiting the newly expanded Chimelong Water Park. It is recognized as one of the best water parks in the world, and it had close to one and a half million visitors in its first year of business. This propelled it into being the third most visited water park in the world – it even received the IAAPA award in 2007 for being a "Must See Water Park."

The park is set amid beautifully landscaped grounds that offer people a number of great places to relax, including some shaded areas for those who don't want to be in the sun. You will also find plenty of places to grab a bite to eat and something cool to drink. Throughout the day, you can partake in a variety of games, rides, and shows. Truly, there is no better place in the area to beat the heat.

The Chimelong Water Park has a number of very popular rides, and many of them are quite thrilling.

The Master Blaster is akin to a water bourn roller coaster that shoots you up and down hills and through tubes for more than 220 meters.

The Whizzard is a water slide race that begins in an 18-meter tower. At the start of the race, you head into an enclosed tube that sends you down and in a complete circle before you hit the main slide, which is quite steep.

The Tornado sends you plunging into a funnel shaped cone where you will spin round and round until you feel as though you are being sucked into a tornado. This is a ride that is guaranteed to get your adrenalin racing.

Don't forget to try the High Speed body slides as well. You can gather speed up to 45 km per hour and take a 19-meter free fall.

Of course, the park caters to more than only the adrenalin junkie in the family. You can relax on the longest Lazy River in the world. Coming in at more than 1.1 kilometers long, the Lazy River also features a number of attractions along its banks for people to see as they float past.

You can also take the little ones to the Rain Fortress and the Children's Pool, which is located next to the food court.

Young or old, everyone in the family is sure to enjoy their day at the Chimelong Water Park.

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