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The water park's slides and rides make it a popular local attraction that gets busy on the weekends. Go on a weekday for a welcome break from the hustle and heat of the city. Dam Sen Water Park with 31 aquatic equipments and a wave pool of 3000m2 in...more
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This water park has everything you are looking for, including a lazy river, couples/friends/solo rides, a toilet bowl, and a small zipline. The food is ok, but very cheap as opposed to most water parks that charge far too much for food. The areas are...More
This is somewhere you could go with a friend but definitely better with a child. You can catch a route 11 bus from district 1 to the park. Go with a child or children and get a silver combo ticket and get access to everything....More
This review is for the waterpark. We didn’t try the rides for guests over 1.4m as my kids were shorter.
The facilities are rather old BUT they are still safe. The floats for the rides are in excellent conditions. There are lifeguards everywhere. The wave...More
Although it’s facilities are a lillte bit old and not innovative( the water slides and the bathroom look aged), It is still a considerable place to go on when you have a short day off with your family or even your friends. It still compromises...More
We got to the park at around 12:00. It was packed and yet we were the only foreigners there. Our kids are 6 y/o and are less then 1.20m high. Unfortunately and surprisingly they weren’t allowed on any of the big slides even though they...More
The Dam Sen water park is very entertaining but the food isn’t too good. The weird thing is is that the brutal rides kids can go on but the calm relaxing ones you can’t! I would recommend kids to go when they’re over 1.40 metres...More
We arrived around midday during a weekday in May and had no trouble getting on any ride as there weren't many people at the park. There were roughly a couple hundred school kids but they mainly stayed in the wave pool. There were no waits...More