The best water parks in the world
Water parks and gardens are a great attraction for tourists around the world, and they have recently witnessed great development and interest by countries and investors, and improvements have been made in modern technology to increase the pleasure and pleasure of their visitors.
And in a classification prepared by TripAdvisor specialized in tourism, it touched on the best amusement parks and water parks around the world, and Florida topped the first place in this classification, and the Islands of Adventure ranked first in the world, ahead of Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom, which came in second place, then Universal Studios Florida ranked third. Disney’s Animal Kingdom is fourth.
The same site also touched on the best water parks around the world, and Siam Park in Thailand came in the lead for the sixth year in a row, followed by Atlantis Aquaventure Water Park in Dubai in second place, then Wet Side Water Park in Hervey Bay, Australia in third place.
The list of the best amusement parks around the world is as follows:
1- Islands of Adventure – Orlando – Florida
2- Magic Kingdom Park – Orlando – Florida
3- Universal Studios – Florida
4- Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Orlando – Florida
5- Le Baie de Vaux – France
6- Hollywood Studios – Los Angeles
7- Tivoli Gardens – Copenhagen – Denmark
8- Europa Park – Rust – Germany
9- The Island – Pigeon Forge – America
10- Sea World – Orlando – Florida
11- Disneyland Paris – France
12- Disneyland Park – California
13- Dollywood – Pigeon Forge – USA
14- Leolandia – Italy
15. Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Orlando, Florida
16- Silver Dollar City – Branson – Missouri
17 – Avetling – Kachovel – Netherlands
18- Disney Adventures – California
19- Beto Carrero World – Brazil
20- Walt Disney Studios Park – France
21- Universal Studios Singapore – Sentosa Island
22- Fun Spot America – Florida
23- Hong Kong Disneyland
24- Bolton Park – United Kingdom
25- Universal Studios Japan – Japan
The list of the best water parks includes:
1- Siam Park – Tenerife – Thailand
2- Atlantis Water Park – Dubai
3- Whiteside Water Park – Australia
4- Eco Parque Ariel Dajuda – Brazil
5- Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Waterpark – Orlando – Florida
6- Beach Park – Aqueraz – Brazil
7- Termas dos Larangis – Olympia – Brazil
8- Wild Wadi Waterpark – Dubai
9- Disney’s Blizzard Beach – Orlando – Florida
10- Water Ramayana – Pattaya – Thailand
11- Lost Paradise Delmon – Manama – Bahrain
12- Parque Acuatico Cascania – Gaspar – Brazil
13- Maya – Mahawal – Mexico
14- Yas Water World Abu Dhabi – UAE
15 – Aquaventure – Nassau – Bahamas
16- Shipwreck Island – Florida
17- The Enchanted Water Forest – Old Forge – New York
18- Water Park – Rhodes – Greece
19- Makadi Water World – Hurghada – Egypt
20- Aquapark Odyssey 2000 – Rossano – Italy
21- Aqua Dome – Tralee – Ireland
22- Water Country USA – Williamsburg – Virginia
23- Noah’s Water Park – Wisconsin – USA
24- Hot Park – Rio Quinte – Brazil
25- Montenegro Water Park – Thailand
From the above classifications, we chose these parks for you
Islands of Adventure – Orlando, Florida
It is an amusement park in Orlando, Florida. It opened on May 28, 1999, alone with the City Walk, as part of the expansion that converted Universal Studios Florida into the Universal Orlando Resort.
The motto of this theme park is “Live the Adventure” (from 1999 to the present). The theme of the park in general is an expedition, as guests depart from the main port to visit six other islands to live the adventure.
On June 18, 2010, the seventh island was The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and was officially opened in the park, and it was the largest investment since the opening. In 2013, Islands of Adventure hosted nearly 8.1 million visitors, ranking it seventh among US parks and eleventh worldwide.
Before the Islands of Adventure was built, the site was slated for a shopping mall that was to be called the Galleria Orlando. And in 1985, plans for the shopping center were drawn up for the first time, but they were canceled at the end of 1990.
Wild Wadi Waterpark – Dubai
Located in Dubai in front of the stunning Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi Water Park offers 30 rides and attractions for the whole family. Wild Wadi’s design is inspired by the stories of Juha, a well-known character in Arab folklore.
The park includes a wave pool, several water slides and two water jets, for a total of 17 water areas in the park.
The park contains the largest and fastest water slide in the world (after the United States of America), with a height of 33 meters and a speed of 80 km per hour.
The park also features an 18-meter waterfall, which runs every 10 minutes. There are also two gift shops, three restaurants and two snack bars.
Tivoli Gardens – Copenhagen – Denmark
It is an entertainment city covered with gardens located in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. These gardens were opened on August 15, 1843, and thus it is the second oldest amusement park in history after Dyrehavsberg, which is located near Klampenburg. In 2016, it was visited by 4.6 million visitors, as it became the second most popular game park. It is the most visited seasonal park in the world after Europa-Park and the most visited in Scandinavia, and it is the fourth most visited in Europe after Disneyland Paris, Europa-Park and Efteling.
The park includes more than 30 different entertainment games suitable for all ages, in addition to the distinctive and beautifully coordinated gardens. There are also 40 restaurants, cafes and kiosks serving various delicious foods that meet all tastes.
Hong Kong Disneyland
A theme park in Hong Kong, a subsidiary of Disneyland France, operated by the Hong Kong International Parks Corporation jointly with The Walt Disney Company and the Hong Kong government.
The fifth branch of Disneyland Park is located in an area on reclaimed land in Beni Bay on Lantau Island. After a year of negotiations, construction began, and the park was opened to visitors on September 12, 2005. The park has tried to avoid cultural problems by introducing several popular Chinese traditions before construction to give Local luster for the park and adherence to the laws of Feng Shui.
The complex is divided into four major sections, as is the case with Disneyland, which are: Main Street – America, Fantasy Land, Adventure Land and Tomorrow’s Land. The (outer land) section has not yet been built and can be included in the future plans of the park. Chinese, English and Japanese are used for communication and guidance inside the park, in addition to some local languages such as Cantonese and Mandarzoni.
The park can receive 34,000 visitors per day, and it is the smallest Disneyland park in the world. So far, it has been able to achieve the goals it has set by attracting the largest number of visitors, and it was able to achieve this in the first year with 5.2 million visitors, and less than the target in the second year with 5.6 million visitors, before the number decreased by 20 percent in the third year with 4 million visitors than it was able to With him, local officials directed criticism arrows to the garden, which was able, however, to attract 4.5 million visitors in 2008, bringing the total number of visitors since its inception to 15 million.
The total area of the park reaches 310 acres, so its size is considered small compared to the rest of the Disneyland parks around the world, as it is considered the smallest among them. Therefore, the park officials are making several plans for expansion over the next 15 years, as it will add two completely new sections, and it is expected, however, that the number of visitors will increase in the coming years to 10 million annually.