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.
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