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About Zanook Wake Park
Cable wakepark located in Bangkok. Operating hours: Mon-Fri 12:30 to 21:30 Satu-Sun 9:00 to 21:30 Near of BTS Bang Wa
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Prawit S wrote a review Feb 2019
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This is a good place for family activities. Varieties of activity in this area that you can spend your time for fun.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Victoria T wrote a review Dec 2018
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Visited with a group of 10/11 year olds that had so much fun today. Friendly, fun staff that had great patience teaching the children to wakebord. A huge inflatable aqua park that older children will absolutely love. A great day out at a very reasonable cost.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Noa A wrote a review Oct 2018
New York City, New York71 contributions12 helpful votes
My kids loved it! we spent over 2 hours there just on the obstacle course! We had the park all to our selves and it was great. The water is so warm that they kept falling in on purpose! The cable water ski looks great too but we didn't try it.... The drive back for us was a killer in traffic - but there is a way to take a taxi only to the sky train stop and take that back into the city - which we did on the way there but not on the way back. There is a small restaurant as well - we only got drinks but had a great afternoon all together!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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De101 wrote a review Feb 2018
Breda, The Netherlands88 contributions22 helpful votes
Visited with two friends, first time wakeboarding for me, they had seen more wakeboarding spots in and around Bangkok and we’re happily suprised by the facilities. It’s a well build location, well maintained also, clean and serviced. Personel is friendly. About the quality of the ramps and rails and the track I can’t comment, since I’m not experienced af all and was happy I could stand for the first 50 meters after a couple of tries :) We went on Sunday and there were plenty of other boarders, with a queue. During the week it’s supposed to be a bit more quiet. Price for 4 hours is about 600 baht. I’d go back there!
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Response from Raul R, Public Relations Manager at Zanook Wake Park
Responded Feb 23, 2018
Thank you so much!!!!! Hope see you soon!!!!
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RosmanAli wrote a review Nov 2017
Bangkok, Thailand127 contributions20 helpful votes
This is one of the latest edition of attraction in the quiet suburb of Bangbon District, located along Bangbon 3 Road off Petkasem 69. It’s located on the western part of Bangkok about 35 minutes to an hour’s drive from the city. To get there, you’ll have to drive along Ekachai Road and when you reach the Bangbon 3 set of traffic lights, turn right and keep left for about two kilometers straight on. The Zanook Wake Park is on your left side just before the prestigious bilingual school - Sarasas Witaed Bangbon School. A great place for families to dine in and to get wet with the boards or simply to dine in with friends and co-workers. Zanook offers a variety of water activities such as incline Wakeboarding which is machine operated with steel lining technology, so, wakeboarders can either have a choice to be ushered by a boat or likewise. In the middle section of the park, a gigantic floating buoyant with various sliders and replicas are on site for youngsters to play with. The park is quite huge and there is a clubhouse as well as a restaurant offering top notch local eatery menus for visitors to choose from. The food served are of high quality standard and very presentable, which equals to a two to three star restaurants. Recommended dish would be the E-San style barbecue chicken (Kai Yang) served with sticky rice and papaya salad (Som Tum) and it’s spicy Prawn soup(Tom Yum Kung) served with Crab Fried Rice are highly demanding menu dish for the locals there. So, do try these dishes for an unforgettable experience. The entrance is free. Plenty of car park space and there’s also a Muay Thai martial art courses offered within the premises. Recommended time to visit would be in the evenings on the weekdays and lunch time onwards over the weekends. Do call the park first before planning to come as this is not a metropolitan’s attraction and opening and closing time varies.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Response from Raul R, Manager at Zanook Wake Park
Responded Jul 18, 2018
Thank you so much for your review, hope to see you again in our park!!!
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