Initially, this seems like a good spot, next to the wakeboarding lake, out of the way (actually quite hard to get to unless you have your own car), and fairly compact. There's good variety too, from a wave pool, infinity pool overlooking the wakeboarding lake, several slides, water fountains for the younger ones and a separate kids' pool area, not unlike a play area in a park.
However, typical to Thailand, there are some safety questions here. For one, the park is quite new, with much of it still very exposed. This makes it very easy to get surnburnt. Also, the flooring gets really hot, so crossing the park will burn your feet (particularly bad for young ones/sensitive soles). Also, the park provides helmets and signs about wearing them, but it isn't clear at the bottom which rides require them or not and attendants aren't enforcing this anyway. One of the rides which requires sitting on an inflatable ends up in a pool that is too small, so a helmet is essential as you will likely bang your head on the far wall as you come off!
So, a clean place with lots of potential, but parents need to be vigilant with their children due to some safety concerns. By Thailand's standards, this is an expensive day out so the park is clearly aimed at the more privileged end of the market, as well as wealthier foreign tourists who may actually find a better water park back home.
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