Suoi Tien Theme Park
Suoi Tien Theme Park
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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This Buddha-themed amusement park and water park has tons of rides for small children and can easily amuse a family, inexpensively, for a whole day. Go on a weekday orweekend and bring your camera for tons of amazing selfie!
Duration: More than 3 hours
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  • Maria B
    57 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Just ok
    My family of 9 visited on a day that was humid and hot so I was discouraged to walk around more but the kids did. Upon entering we rode this open vehicle good enough for us all around the park. Then there was this crocodile park which left the kids and our teens in awe. There was also a cable car which the kids enjoyed. But we visited on a day with not much visitors so there was not much activity going on. I even joked to my brother that this was the loneliest theme park in the world considering that the tickets were not that cheap but the place was almost empty and not much to see. The food inside is also quite expensive. But, I liked that this is not your typical theme park. If given the chance, I'd still come back. Why not?
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 30, 2023
  • Harlequin59
    Hastings, United Kingdom51 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    You won't go anywhere like it.
    As theme parks go it's in a class of its own. Eerily quiet, rather like stepping into an episode of The Twilight Zone. All the rides you'd expect to find at any theme park, not one for sensation seekers aimed more at those with younger families which is where, I suppose, the business model hasn't been thought through. It costs a couple £UK to get in a pennies for the individual rides. Although cheap by UK standards it's probably out of reach for many local residents and Ho Chi Minh is not the typical family holiday destination. While there was saw a single group of children on what appeared to be a school trip and no more than half a dozen other people. The Harry Potter Hogwarts castle is quite remarkable in that it's nothing to do with Harry Potter, a sort of walking ghost train where you're halfway round before your eyes get accustomed to the lack of light. Having said all this I loved it, walked onto any ride we wanted, incredible attention to detail and spectacular scenery.
    Visited February 2024
    Traveled as a couple
    Written February 13, 2024
  • Jessie Jackson
    41 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fun theme park
    We, family of 2 adults and an eight year old, spent a day here and had a fun time. We only went into the theme park and didn’t go to the waterpark or the zoo. We paid for the basic entry plus unlimited ‘train’ travel and already knew from reviews that we’d pay extra for each individual attraction. We didn’t tally our costs for the day because, compared to an Australian place like Luna Park, it’s going to be relatively affordable. Our favourite attraction was the Crocodile Farm where we paid 5000 to feed crocodiles meat on a fishing line. We also enjoyed the fish foot massage, the dodgem cars and a little ‘plane’ type ride. The ghost house and Harry Potter castle were too dark for my daughter, and the Snow Castle was one big accident waiting to happen 😀. The train rides were fun. We ate simple food at the food court and thought it was fine and affordable. We lowered our expectations before we went but all had an enjoyable day out and I’d recommend it. Staff were polite, lines were non-existent. As per other reviews, it was very quiet, however this was one thing we enjoyed. Most/all attractions were covered by shade and so it made for a cooler day out.
    Visited April 2024
    Traveled with family
    Written May 1, 2024
  • Ery559
    Sydney, Australia107 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    So weird but so fun!
    We attended with our kids aged 6 & 8 years and had a great day! Buying tickets was hard as there is so many options and no English. Needed to use our translator app. We also could not find a map. This place is like a ghost town, we walked onto every ride. Everything is so random but that’s what made it so fun. You pay an “entry fee” and then experiences and rides are pay as go. For the kids rides 40,000 Dong ($2.30 Aus) with most of the rides being under cover which is a blessing because the heat is insane. To cool off we went into the snow castle where they have actual snow and little toboggans. Feeding crocs was fun and crazy. There were literally 100 of them. The little zoo near crocs was so sad and I felt for the animals. Horrible cages with no enrichment. There is no western style food options. We did find fries at the water park and paid $6 for delicious beef noodle stir fry. The water park was busier but still walked into everything. Never been to a water park like it, kids loved it. Overall we had a great day. Lots of unique Instagram locations if that’s your thing. The place is huge and we didn’t see everything.
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled with family
    Written May 15, 2024
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Ekaterina K
8 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Family
Yesterday on February, 11 we went to Suoi Tien park. It is beautiful there but kids’ playground (for extra charge) is very dirty (toilets there are cleaner than above mentioned playground) and visitors should be barefoot there. Also, staff called my 5 y.o. son “baby” though he asked him not to do so. They continued to call him this word though he was very frustrated and asked them to stop several times (I was away for several minutes). When I asked for a manager staff laughed at me till the moment I switched on video on my phone. Then they became serious and tried to hide their faces.
My second 10 y.o. son wanted to have a roller-coaster ride, he is 140 cm but staff did not allow him explaining it that he must be over 140 cm and there must be minimum 4 people. Their rules are only in Vietnamese language.
It is sad that unprofessional staff and dirtiness spoiled our impression of this beautiful place.
Written February 12, 2020
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Chloé N
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Couples
Highly recommend people not to go there.
I and my friend just went there in the afternoon and it costs 700k vnd for 2 tickets combo 4, which is included some thrilling games as roller coaster,… but they gave us a different one ticket which is not included what we need. When we know and ask for them to change it, they refused and kept asking around. And it took us more than 1 hour just to stand there and wait for people to come every 15 minutes but couldn’t help nothing.
They coulda just give us the right one and let us go but they just kept asking around and deny their fault instead.
Poor service system and training.
Written June 27, 2022
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Romantic plac
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia19 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
First you pay entry ( 120.000 đ per person) and NOTHING is included. Every single attraction needs to be payed separately. For me it was just an expensive stroll through a very empty park. To get there and back is also quiet a mission.
I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT!
Written January 14, 2020
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Ery559
Sydney, Australia107 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Family
We attended with our kids aged 6 & 8 years and had a great day! Buying tickets was hard as there is so many options and no English. Needed to use our translator app. We also could not find a map.

This place is like a ghost town, we walked onto every ride. Everything is so random but that’s what made it so fun. You pay an “entry fee” and then experiences and rides are pay as go. For the kids rides 40,000 Dong ($2.30 Aus) with most of the rides being under cover which is a blessing because the heat is insane. To cool off we went into the snow castle where they have actual snow and little toboggans.

Feeding crocs was fun and crazy. There were literally 100 of them.

The little zoo near crocs was so sad and I felt for the animals. Horrible cages with no enrichment.

There is no western style food options. We did find fries at the water park and paid $6 for delicious beef noodle stir fry.

The water park was busier but still walked into everything. Never been to a water park like it, kids loved it.

Overall we had a great day. Lots of unique Instagram locations if that’s your thing. The place is huge and we didn’t see everything.
Written May 16, 2024
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Jessie Jackson
Australia41 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Family
We, family of 2 adults and an eight year old, spent a day here and had a fun time. We only went into the theme park and didn’t go to the waterpark or the zoo. We paid for the basic entry plus unlimited ‘train’ travel and already knew from reviews that we’d pay extra for each individual attraction. We didn’t tally our costs for the day because, compared to an Australian place like Luna Park, it’s going to be relatively affordable. Our favourite attraction was the Crocodile Farm where we paid 5000 to feed crocodiles meat on a fishing line. We also enjoyed the fish foot massage, the dodgem cars and a little ‘plane’ type ride. The ghost house and Harry Potter castle were too dark for my daughter, and the Snow Castle was one big accident waiting to happen 😀. The train rides were fun. We ate simple food at the food court and thought it was fine and affordable. We lowered our expectations before we went but all had an enjoyable day out and I’d recommend it. Staff were polite, lines were non-existent. As per other reviews, it was very quiet, however this was one thing we enjoyed. Most/all attractions were covered by shade and so it made for a cooler day out.
Written May 2, 2024
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Harlequin59
Hastings, UK51 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Couples
As theme parks go it's in a class of its own. Eerily quiet, rather like stepping into an episode of The Twilight Zone.

All the rides you'd expect to find at any theme park, not one for sensation seekers aimed more at those with younger families which is where, I suppose, the business model hasn't been thought through.

It costs a couple £UK to get in a pennies for the individual rides.

Although cheap by UK standards it's probably out of reach for many local residents and Ho Chi Minh is not the typical family holiday destination.

While there was saw a single group of children on what appeared to be a school trip and no more than half a dozen other people.

The Harry Potter Hogwarts castle is quite remarkable in that it's nothing to do with Harry Potter, a sort of walking ghost train where you're halfway round before your eyes get accustomed to the lack of light.

Having said all this I loved it, walked onto any ride we wanted, incredible attention to detail and spectacular scenery.
Written February 13, 2024
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Marc D
20 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Solo
This place is so not for western tourists. The fake Asian kitch gives it a nice touch but the rides are horribly old and old fashioned. The magic palace (based on Harry Potter) is so bad that it becomes fun. I bought a combo package and payed for some extra stuff inside. It’s all pretty cheap. I took bus 52 from and to the centre of HCMC, which was utterly cheap and very easy. I have to admit that though I did not like the attractions as such, I did have a great time. I am sure I was the only western tourist inside and it was not very busy at all. I had to wait for the “high speed roller coated” (if you can call it this) not because there was a queue but because they only let the ride leave when there’s two guests
Written December 11, 2023
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Shah R
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Family
Ho Chi Minh .... travelling with kids .... I give a 8/10 for family trip . We ended up with good memories & a must go feeling for next time. Even my kids loved it . They have nice amusement park water park Zoo crocodile reserves and all at a very convenient distance to reach with kids. A fun filled pack week for me & my kids. Ofcourse they are more a local destinations but as it says be roman when in Rome, that’s what made me feel comfortable. If you are a good planner & a explorer, definitely VietnAm is one of the best destinations for all ages. Cleanliness is 8/10 transportation is 9/10 food is 9.5/10 communication is 7/10 unless u are in a remote area. Worth for money is 10/10.
Written January 7, 2020
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TripCrusader
Sihanoukville, Cambodia42 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014 • Friends
Suoi Tien Theme Park,
About 40mins by the number 9 bus from Ben Thanh Market Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s answer to Alton Towers, Suoi Tien theme park, covering over 105 hectares it has all the usual fairground amusement rides but with a twist the theme is Asian and Hindu Gods and deities.
But this review is not to highlight the parks many rides or the water world or the crocodile kingdom or the dolphin shows, but to expose the very poor living conditions of the animals in the small dirty and neglected zoo at the far end of the park.
The cages and enclosures are dirty, rusty and far too small for the creatures inside.
In particular a Sun Bear was in a cage approx 6 feet 1.8meters by 4 feet 1.2meters no food or water and no shade from the sun.
It was rocking back and forth obvious signs of distress.
I have emailed the park informing them of my concerns for the welfare of the animals, but no reply! “ info@suoitien.com”
View the photo’s and judge for yourself!
Written April 13, 2014
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Tanny W
Maryborough, Australia151 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Family
I took my two teenage children and one very reluctant husband for a days adventure at the Suoi Tien Theme Park. I'm pleased to say - ALL had a great time.

We are Australian and it was our Boxing Day holiday (26 Dec.) where we would normally do something fun with the family for the day. Being in Saigon at the time I thought the theme park was a good choice for our national holiday celebrations.

The theme park is kind of 'whacky' and a little bit tacky but that just makes it so charming and fun. The entrance is highly decorated with everything typically Vietnamese so you immediately get the effect. The park is much much larger than we expected and almost too much to see in one day. So we recommend you go early and get the most of it with an all day long adventure - otherwise you miss out on a lot.

There are many parts to the theme park. The water park with the iconic 12 storey high statue of a King (we think) is just brilliant - we spent several hours there swimming and enjoying the water slides and wave pool. Here's a tip. Go to the water park after you have seen everything else or take a set of dry clothes to change into. We went at the start and then had to carry around wet towels and clothes all day.

Many of the rides and attractions are designed for small children but there is a good selection of rides for adults and teens - some only for the very BRAVE... The roller coaster takes only a minimum of 4 people on the ride so if there is no one else on it you will need to makes sure you find a group of 4 to be able to get tickets. Also the rides are rather 'brief' - also typical of the frugal Vietnamese culture.

There is also a great Buddhist themed area which includes some historical references and botanical garden, a zoo at the back of the park (which can be easy to miss so follow your map), the water park, and the rides area which includes a large food court and some adventure zones like rock climbing and zip lines.

Our family favorite was the 'fish massage' - probably the best I have ever had. Only 15,000 VND (15 mins) or 20,000 VND (30 mins) but they let you sit for a very long time.... The fish massage is a large (very clean and fresh) pool of water surrounded by seating where you sit and place your legs into the water. Lovely water fountains inside the pool and masses of fish of many sizes. Our first fish massage ever but we are now addicted to it.... sooooooo cool. A must do at Suoi Tien theme park.

Prices are so cheap too - entrance about 90,000 VND per adult / teen - rides about 15,000 - 30,000 VND each (about $1 or &2 dollars).The food and souvenirs also cheap.

Our tour company also kindly offered us a 'complimentary' English tour guide and driver for the day - rather than us going alone. We declined but they insisted. I must say it was worth it. We had a comfortable ride out and our tour guide (sweet and lovely young Mr. Binh) was very kind and patient. At first it was a little awkward because he had planned to show us everything in some sort of schedule but we soon agreed to just relax and wing it. We shouted him to some rides and he was the 'reluctant' (if not terrified) 4th person on the roller coaster. It was so funny to see him come off the roller coaster announcing how much fun it was. So thanks Mr. Binh for a fun day out with our family.

PS. There is also one rather large live TIGER sitting proudly on his stone table in his enclosure near the front of the park... he is just beautiful and majestic.

I have uploaded some photo's so you can see the real theme park - not the tourist brochure one.
Written February 9, 2015
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