Southeast Asia’s most modern theme park, Typhoon Water Park, located in Ha Long city in northern Quang Ninh province, offering 12 attractions, including a pool with artificial waves. The park is part of the Sun World Ha Long entertainment complex. Covering an area of 20 ha, Typhoon Water Park is designed based on leading water parks in the world, such as Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach in the US and Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi. The park is divided into three different sections: for families, for kids, and for thrill seekers. Its highlight is its thrilling rides. Those brave enough can jump from a height of 20 meters into the pool, ride a dragon to conquer the sea or swing 360 degrees on the “Tropical Storm” ride.


All equipment at the park is imported from Europe and tested under Germany’s Technischer Überwachungsverein standards. Along with international-standard rides, visitors will also be attracted by the park’s surroundings of artificial mountain ranges and 3,500 trees, as well as its delicious food and beverages such as grilled seafood, Pizza, and cocktails at the pool bar. Typhoon Water Park is managed by Parques Reunidos, which also manages 61 parks in 14 countries in Europe, the US, the Middle East, and Asia. Together with the Sun World Halong entertainment complex, which includes Dragon Park, Typhoon Water Park’s two cable cars, and Sun Wheel add to the appeal of visitors to Halong city and is a modern entertainment breakthrough for the city’s tourism sector.

Website: Halong Water park 
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