Paradise Water Park

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Paradise Water Park

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Rahul M
New Delhi, India24 contributions
Jun 2013 • Family
While making our holiday plan, I had read just one review mentioned in some blog and made it a point to include in my travel plan.

I found this place to be a true gem thus, I requested tripadvisor to list this as an attraction.

So here goes the reveiw

This place is actually a little outside bangkok, you need to take the Sathorn elevated road and is a 180 - 200 THB taxi ride from Chit Lom/ Lang Suan/ MBK. This place is actually called the 'The Mall' frequented only mostly by locals, its a huge mall and the water park is on the roof of the mall. The entry for adults is 100THB. The water and the park itself is exceptionally clean. Please note that you need to wear a water cap (yes, men, women, children, hairy, balding all alike). Everything can be hired at location.

Since I was travelling with my wife and two kids, we reached the mall and made way to the roof.
We entered by paying 100 THB per adult and a lesser amount for our son and my daughters entry was free since she was a toddler. We reached the hiring station and hired two lockers, the staff was also kind enough to store our pram at no cost. We hired some towels (exceptionally clean) caps, and tubes for the kids (actually you can carry your own inflatables as well and there is a pumping station next to the deposit counters) They give two types of receipts one for the hiring charge and the other which is a foil to seek your refund. There are lockers in the changing rooms that are spacious with enough room to store a small bag.

Now the park is really a fun place especially for people with children less than 13 years old, there are vigilant life guards at every few paces managing kids. There are two huge slides for kids above 10 but the moat and the smaller slides are a hit.

This place is frequented more by the local crowd than overseas tourists thus language can be a problem. There is a break from 3 to 3:30pm when all pools are evacuated and cleaned; during this time there is a stage performance (in thai). Food is mostly thai, however this is a mac d on the ground floor.

In all, a great great place and a must visit.
Written July 2, 2013
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Travel With Bender
768 contributions
Apr 2013 • Family
Fantasia Lagoon is located at The Mall Bang Kae (map below). Getting to The Mall is hard work. It's only a local shopping mall, which not even many of the locals are aware of. Our taxi driver asked 5 different people and eventually called a helpline. We described where we wanted to go and then she told him in Thai.

Anyway after that we made our way to the top floor, level 4. This is a great shopping centre; there is a little pond with real birds, fake hippos & elephants. The lift overlooks this as you go up. On the 4th floor is the entertainment precinct. There is bowling, movies, lots of little food stands, a kids play area, an amusement park and Fantasia Lagoon.

Fantasia Lagoon is on the roof of the Shopping Mall. The lady at the desk was so friendly and told us there was a special on until October. Entry at student prices 100 baht. I am not sure what the usual entry fee is but we paid just over $3 each admission and the kids were free.

We walked through clean glass doors and stood in awe. The place is simply amazing.

This place is made for toddlers right up to maybe 12 year olds. There are so many sections to this place. Pirate ships, water play lands, lazy river, waterfalls…

One thing about this park is that everyone must wear swimming caps. They hire them out at about 30 cents each. It seems weird, but it’s a great idea to stop all that gross hair floating in the water. They also hire out tubes for floating in the river; these were about $2, towels and lockers.

Next door to the waterpark is also a small amusement park. It has a beautiful fake ceiling with blue skies and white clouds. It is filled with rides and activities on a pay as you go basis. Read more on our blog and see all the photos.
Written March 1, 2014
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Tamer A
42 contributions
It was a very nice day with my wife and two girls 8 and 6 years old.
It is located on top of THE MALL.
The taxi ride costs maximum 200 baht from downtown Bangkok, entrance fees are 100 baht for adults and 80 baht for children.
Inside you can rent everything you can imagine or you might have forgotten, we had are swim suits of course but even if you forget these you can rent them. Floaters, goggles, towels, lockers, shampoo, conditioner anything that you might think of. You pay a fee for rent which is something between 20 to 50 baht and another fee as a deposit when you return it at the end of your visit you get back your deposit money.
Lifeguards on duty are very alert and vigilant and they leave no room for error, you can leave your kids unwatched.
One last thing, everything is very hygienic and extra extra clean starting from the pools down to the swimming cap you rent.
I totally recommend it.
Written December 26, 2013
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brisbane113 contributions
Jul 2015 • Family
This place is ok. My young children really enjoyed it and there were several different swimming areas to keep them entertained. Unfortunately the main slides were closed for the day. Im not sure why, but it wouldnt surprise me if it had something to do with lack of patronage on weekdays. Although this place is well maintained (toilets and showers were spotless), there was definitely no maintenance happening on the main slides so it cant have been for that reason. I assume this place gets really busy on weekends though.

For young children, the main slides being closed isnt an issue and they will still have lots of fun. For older children and adults, the slides are the only appealing feature and it would be a complete waste of money and time to visit if the slides are closed. Therefore, I would advise that you ask (prior to purchasing tickets) if all the slides are operating for that day or even request to see for yourself before you pay.

Also, this water park is called Funtasia Lagoon...maybe Paradise Water Park is a previous name? Its located on the 4th floor (Funtasia Village) of the Mall Bangkae which is a pretty cool place in itself. Lots of games and food to keep the kiddies occupied!
Written July 27, 2015
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Jasper K
11 contributions
Sep 2014 • Couples
I don't know what HungaryHopper is talking about... but it definitely is in Bangkok. It's in Bang Khae, which is in the West of Bangkok.
The place looks good and is in good shape. We went on a Thursday and there were maybe 20 people there max, so not crowded.
The slides are fun and I would recommend hiring a tube there for the Tube Slide!
Written October 20, 2014
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Birmingham, UK424 contributions
Aug 2014 • Family
We all were prepare on that day to go to Paradise Water Park but lost the Whole day with such disappointment. And upsetting children.
The review is NOT very clear.
This water park in in Bang Khae shopping complex and it is NOT in Bangkok but two hours away. It should never have been called Bangkok Water park because it is not in the City. Our day was wasted. By misleading information. Unless you stay close to Bang Khae. Upon returning to hotel I researched for hours and found the truth.
Written September 22, 2014
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Filsuf N
22 contributions
Dec 2014 • Family
Visited on Dec 29,2014.
Great Place for Kids-
1)Lifeguards are attentive;and helpful
2)Place is well Maintained - Clean water
3)Some slides are additive(personal opinion) - wont stop until you get tired
4)Plenty of places to sit and relax when you are not swimming
5)Have few shops selling snacks and a CP outlet for frozen food - enough , but felt like inadequate.
6)200/person and 120/kid was worth but M Card Holders get a rebate
7)All Equipments(Tubes/Swim vests..)are available for rent (40-50THB + Deposit)
8)Do not Forget to get your Parking Stamp if getting there by your vehicle(Tickets are not accepted at Parking)
9)Restroom facilities at multiple locations and Locker facility at entrance-Quite convenient
10)Swim suit are available at a shop near entrance in case you wish to buy new - (Found the prices for certain items cheaper than at MBK)

Not as big as Siam Park City but not as costly as well.
Great for a days visit for Expats ..

Go ahead-Spend your next weekend here-Enjoy.
Written January 2, 2015
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Sydney, Australia9 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
Our visit was fabulous. Family of 5 - parents, 14, 14, and 11 year olds.
Everything can be rented there for very reasonable prices.
Taxi from center to Bangkok was 250 Baht (on the meter). It is on top of The Mall - Bang Kae.
Entrance fees - adults 200 Baht, children (below 1.4 m) 120 Baht.
We were there on Songkran - so the place was full, but you didn't feel it.
The kids went on all the slides numerous times and had a ball.
They closed all the pools slides from 2-3 PM for cleaning.
Written April 23, 2016
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Bangkok, Thailand3 contributions
Nov 2014 • Family
Bang Khae shopping centre shops are a little pricey, but the Paradise Lagoon waterpark on the roof is worth the 200 Baht entry (that is quite cheap). The big slides weren't great, get the swim tube and go down the little slides, that's fun. Get a screenshot of the google earth map first to show the taxi driver if you don't speak Thai. We went on a Sunday and there were no queues for the slides. We couldn't seem to get moving on the big slides, so we just went down the swim tube slides and went in the Lazy River pool. Great two or three hours to spend. Recommended for youngans and teens.
Written November 9, 2014
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Sherene c
Kigali, Rwanda4 contributions
Aug 2016
We went August 2016 with our 2, 8 and 15. The ark is more fun for the smaller ones but we made the best of it.mthe kids area is lots of fun. We (adults) had more fun in the that area with our 2 and 8 year olds than any other area of the park. Bring your own towel and swim hat if you have them otherwise you have to rent them out. Swim hats are mandatory. Your can also rent lockers and tubes for the slide and lazy river. You do pay a deposit when renting out any items but it is refundable when you return the item. There is a food stand but you are allowed to bring in outside food. There is a HUGE food court at the bottom level of the mall where you buy food. Remember to get your had stamped if you are going to leave and return. We had a great time and would go again. It was 200 baht for adults and 120 for kids. The 2 year old was free.
Written September 7, 2016
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