Chimelong Water Park

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Chimelong Water Park
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From 2006 opening date, Chimelong Water Park joy to the world to complete a great change - from the 1 era of hardware to the theme of the times to meet the theme of experience as the center of the 3 era. From the 2012 opening of the New Asia indoor scene exploration project "Forest Temple" to the world's top the world's first "Star battle", the long long joy in the world to produce a satisfactory answer to the world theme amusement market.
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dancingfeetManila
Manila, Philippines311 contributions
There were so many rides to try out, one day is not enough. we visted the park last May 29, 2010. Most of the major water slides were made by a Canadian company and the life guards were super strict, which is good, they made sure that as far as their eyes can see , every visitor visiting the park is enjoying the park in a safe way, my kid who is already 10 years old tis required to wear a life vest at the wave pool, the wave pool is super fun, the waves started at a siren call, it lasted for 2o minutes in my estimate, by the way, you must rent the a 2 or 3 ring float to enjoy the wave pool better, anyway it is refundable. If you plan to watch Adam Sandler's new movie entitled "Grown -ups", the Chimelong water has a Trumpet ride just like the one they rode in the movie, there is big and mini version of it at Chimelong. It was hot that day when we visited the water park, good thing is that it rained all afternoon (save us from sun burn), however, when there was lightning and thunder, the lifeguards herded all guests out of the pool and water attraction for safely, to avoid lightning strikes I guess. We didn't get to try out all rides because, some attractions have long lines and you know how the patience limit of kids are, and kids dawdled in attractions that they find super fun, since there are many super fun things to do, we were be not able to go around the park, we ran out of time. But we definitely be backswithin 2-3 years time, when are kids are bigger and taller, so they can enjoy the rides that are height restricted. ; ) By the way, a side comment to someone who reviewed the park before, swimming trunks are allowed, they need not be swimming briefs.
Written June 8, 2010
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ahmad r
Isfahan, Iran98 contributions
Friends
if you are foreigner read my comment
don't miss to take your sandals it is very important because you can not walk with shows in the park and if you don't have it you have to pay double price for sandale same as sun cream .
very important thing if you don't like chinese food you have to buy something for yourself because inside the park there is only few restaurants and not good food . i don't recommend it .
by the way don't forget to go there is a working day because holiday is so many people and it is very crowded.
good luck and have fun
Written July 16, 2019
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Amy Jiang
Greater London, UK2,141 contributions
Family
I've never been to a water park before Chimelong, but honestly (in my limited experience) I think this place is amazing. We were expecting much larger queues but we managed to go just before the schools broke up for summer and so were delighted that for the majority of the day we only had to wait at most half an hour.

The place is easily accessible and is designed in a similar fashion to Disneyland. The changing rooms are large and much cleaner than I expected, though the sandals and other swimming items they have on offer are rather expensive. The water park has lots of differently themed rides, such as the Behemoth Bowl and Massive Water Slide. They're honestly so much fun and you can go with lots of friends as well on the same ride. The fast slides are quite terrifying and the sudden surge of water when you land can be a little uncomfortable but as long as you close your eyes and don't breathe it's fine.

Lunch was also great-was definitely not expecting such a great meal! I had spaghetti bolognese and though it didn't look too nice when they brought it out, it was actually very tasty. The ice milk tea was also very refreshing and I carried it around the park even after lunch.

The only issue I had was the queue up top of the main water play area, with lots of different slides and water-related activities, including the large tipping bucket every minute or so. Even though it was 35 degrees Celsius that day, being drenched and then scorched for half an hour or so was not the best experience and by the end of the queue I felt sick. Furthermore, the guy managing the queue kept stopping people from going through because we weren't getting into one line, even though there was no set place for the queue. Nearly ruined my whole day, thank goodness I didn't throw up! But apart from that, honestly this place was amazing. Everything you buy there is quite pricey but it's worth it!

Note: The park gets more busy at night since it is the last of the three major parks to close. I suggest going the minute it opens if you want to avoid long queues!
Written October 23, 2017
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Thank you very much for your five star review! We hope to welcome you to Chimelong Water Park very soon! Thank you!
Written October 25, 2017
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mosbah brahim
Algeria1 contribution
Solo
Please can someone explain for me about his experience at night in this water park
At what time open?
At what time close?
The price for adult?
And some advises plz about which ticket i must get by the way I'm 78 kg and 1.70cm tall thanks a lot
Written June 21, 2019
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petercucumber
Xiamen, China1 contribution
Friends
i wish someone had told us you can easily smuggle food in - offering him my bag, the guy gave a cursory prod of my towel then let me in. if you don't want to risk that, there is an area where you can dump your food items, not sure of the price though, because they will obviously charge for that wonderful service. we paid 140rmb each, but had somebody mentioned, we could have saved ourselves about 40rmb each because they offer a student discount. neither of us are students anymore, but in my experience, this kind of thing is easy enough to blag.

i also wish people who write reviews of these places would mention all the hidden extra-charges you find yourself forking out. a 20rmb payment, as well as a 20rmb deposit to use one of their stinky lockers. you also have to pay another 30rmb to rent an inflatable ring - something which is essential for the 1280 metre long Lazy River ride.

another problem is all Chinese men smoking and spitting away as usual. not sure if it's prohibited, but if it is, it certainly isn't enforced.

the first 3 hours at the park and we enjoyed about 1 minute of (admittedly quite exhilerating) action - ALL THE RIDES LAST ABOUT 10 seconds, and you'll find yourself queing for about 30 minutes (even on a Monday). After we became tired of the routine, queue for 30mins, fun for 10 seconds, we felt like a relaxing swim in the giant body of water in the middle of the park. Naturally, this experience is fettered by the multitudes of people joylessly standing around the pool. I say joylessly because of the fascistic life-guards dotted around the permiter, peeping their whistles at any attempts, by anybody, to have any fun. We tried venturing over to the 2 meter deep pool, only to be reprimanded, first by the whistles, then by the megaphone. Other indiscretions include splashing around too much and playing games with the inflatables. After we realised about the only thing we could do was stand around, we suddenly heard a great blast of an air raid siren. Something was about to happen. After a few minutes i noticed that I was gently bobbing up and down a bit. It was a wave machine. At this point we decided to cut our losses and head home. What a disappointment.
Written September 19, 2011
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MeowDeWow
Sydney, Australia32 contributions
Family
I visited with my daughter, she's 145cm and 32kg and we find that she can't go to 90% of the thrill ride because most of them require minimum weight of 40kg. For me, I can't go to 80% of the ride because my weight is over 70kg.

If you are shorter than 1.4m, under 40kg or over 70kg, the this park is not for you.

Check on their water park map for ride restrictions before you decide.

Another annoying thing is anyone that is under 1.5m has to wear a life jacket to enter the water even to the shallow pool area. My daughter is good swimmer and it takes fun out of the park when we were there. It's good for little kids that are not confident in the water.

Overall, we were very disappointed with the park and we left after spent few hours.
Written May 5, 2019
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DBfamilyof5
Hong Kong28 contributions
Family
W least visited 2 years ago. Since the. The kids have got bigger- which is where it gets complicated. All the rides in the waterpark used to be all dependent on your height. The thresholds are 110 or 130 or 140 cm. now weight limits have been introduced as well and there are scales at the entrance to many rides. So you may be tall enough , but not heavy enough- or even worse- be turned away for being too heavy. On some of the kids rides, my husband was unable to accompany the kids as he weighed over 75kgs (a ridiculously low weight limit for the average 6ft bloke). Likewise if you are over 190cm you will be limited on how many rides you can go on and if you are over 86 kgs other rides will not be available to you. Good news is if you are over 140cm, less than 190cm and weigh between 45 and 75 kgs you can pretty much go on everything. So with a skinny 5 year old, average 9 year old and light 11 yr old it was quite complicated working out who could go on what! By 2pm queues on all rides were very long. If you are staying at the Chimelong Hotel you get one fast pass entrance onto most of the big attractions. Seek out these entrances! You could save yourself loads of time.
Having said this, the kids did enjoy themselves. This used to be one of our favourite waterparks, but has now made itself a bit too complicated! It is well maintained and staffed. Life guards and first aiders are highly visible.
Written September 9, 2013
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LasseF1
Frederiksberg, Denmark44 contributions
Family
I went there with my 7-year old, 129 cm tall, daughter. Turned out that there virtually were no rides we could go in. The wild ones, ok - they had safety restrictions, that's fine. But the smaller rides were also off-limits to us, because the (mandatory) adult co-rider spot also had a max weight limitations. Since I'm more than 70 kg, that meant that we couldn't find a single ride that was ok for us to take. Likewise, their life-vest requirement rules are by height, instead of something logical such as if you can swim or not.

The good parts are the wave bassin and the long drifting river. Also we went on a Tuesday in May so crowds were not bad. But all in all I wouldn't recommend this for families were anyone weighs above 70 kg or have heights below 1.4 meters.
Written May 14, 2019
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Charles C
Cebu City, Philippines59 contributions
Family
We have been to waterparks in Florida and the newly open Legoland waterpark in Malaysia. I must say the Chimelong Waterpark is as good as the other waterparks. Definitely worth a visit if you love waterparks. You get a VIP pass if you stay in the Chimelong hotel.
Written April 5, 2015
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jennykaren
Jakarta, Indonesia19 contributions
Family
we like this place worth it to been here for teenager but not really suitable for kids because mostly had height required and danger for them. My 13 years old boy love this place he play roller coaster many2 time. we had fun in here. better go when winter then summer so hot
Written March 30, 2015
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