500,000 gets you across the world's longest cable car. Nice views.
The amusement rides are the styles from decades ago and the same as you'll find in every amusement park... Bumber cars, swing, merry go round, mini roller coaster... And a couple that will try to make your stomach queezie.
The water park is nice but the stairs that you need to climb to reach the various water slides are steel grates and extremely hard on your feet. If they allow it, wear some water shoes. Would be nice if they used pvc or at least install some rubber footings. Can't wear hats or glasses on the rides so plan for that.
The sled ride is cool if you have patience to wait in the lineup.
Nice beach area and the water seems clear and clean.
Food was average with several food stations spread across the facility. You're bags are checked before you get on the cable car so don't bring food or drink because it will be confiscated.
There are several smoking areas and the eating areas are supposed to be smoke free. There are designated smoking areas.
There's also several shopping boutiques but be prepared to pay ridiculous prices for things like simple swimming wear.
All in all, it makes a nice day trip.
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