Saturday & Sunday
Ticket is valid for 1 day
11am - 6pm (Last Entry 4pm)
You have to raech Ramayana Water Park, 9 Moo 7, Ban Yen Rd., Na Chom Thian, Sattahip, Chon Buri, Thailand 20250 and present your e-ticket/voucher at the ticket counter for admission.
Same as the start point
There’s no better way to beat the heat than spending a thrilling day in Bangkok’s Ramayana Water Park, the biggest water park in Thailand, and one of Asia's top 3! With 21 water rides and 50 attractions, both in the water and on land: brace yourself for a day of wet ‘n wild fun and adventures galore!
An ideal getaway for the entire family, have a whale of a time under the watchful eyes of 350 highly trained personnel and lifeguards. So worry not: your safety and wellbeing are in highly capable hands! Work up an appetite with a watery adventure and enjoy lunch or dinner at any of the restaurants and bars inside the water park.
Ride the waves on the Double Wave Pool, take it easy on the Lazy River, try your hands at volleyball in the Activity Pool and on dry land, shop at the Floating Market or wind your way out of the Green Maze. You’ll be spoilt for choices with an extensive array of activities and attractions to choose from. There’s something for everyone!
Voucher Information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your barcoded e-ticket on your device for this activity.
Please note that this experience is only meant for Foreign Tourists only, these rates are not applicable for Domestic residents.
The ticket is valid only on the tour date & time as specified.
Child rates apply to those between the heights of 91-122 cm.
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