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25 Feb 2015

Thailand’s US$60m Dino Waterpark takes shape as slides installed
BY Alice Davis

Dino Waterpark will open in November in Khon Kaen, northeastern Thailand

Dino Waterpark will open in November in Khon Kaen, northeastern Thailand

A US$60m (£39m, €52m) waterpark under construction in northern Thailand has begun installing its rides.

Dino Waterpark, located in Khon Kaen in the Khon Kaen district of northeastern Thailand, is expected to open in November 2015.

Turkish water ride designer and manufacturer Polin is supplying the park, which will have a jurassic theme. Atlantis Pool Systems and Murphy’s Waves are also working on the project. It's being designed by W Design Consultants by P&F Group.

It’s thought Dino Waterpark will have also have an event stage.

Khon Kaen city has a population of 113,000 and its northern location is far from Thailand’s most trodden tourist routes. However, the university city has been modernising on the back of an economic boom, and could provide an interesting stop for tourists in the region.

Read more on Thailand's waterpark developments in Attractions Management Q1 15: http://lei.sr?a=r9J5O



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