When you are visiting a dreamy exotic island, you want to lie under a palm tree and just relax. Or maybe visit a couple of temples, explore the surroundings or have lush massages. Just that, if you’re on holiday with young children, they certainly do not agree with your idea of spending a pleasant time. They need entertainment, constantly, and they won’t settle for anything else. Good news! Koh Samui has just the perfect family attraction, a fun water park that will make your family holiday perfect.
Coco Splash Waterpark is located in Lamai Beach and it is such a great way of spending your vacation, with wonderful attractions designed for all ages. More than 10 000 m2 are dedicated to endless possibilities of offering you good fun, laughs and adventure. Its attractions and pools range from Funny Bumper Boats and Air bag Jump to Jacuzzis and high speed slides. Of course, Thailand is all about lush relaxation and massages so while your children are enjoying these amazing thrills and adventures, you can chill on the shaded chaise longue or in the Spa center.
It is a very pleasant option for spoiling your children with a cool and delightful afternoon with lots of fun water activities. The best part about this park is that you pay the ticket only if you want to get in the water. If you plan on chilling out on a deck chair while the young ones swim and play, there is no need to pay the entrée fee. But chances are that their laughter and energy will convince you to join the fun. The park has numerous and diverse attractions that offer lots of fun both to kids and adults. Water slides, pools, mini golf and karts are just a few of the many ways you can enjoy a day at Coco Splash Waterpark. This wonderful place will put a smile on your face and introduce you the most entertaining part of a Koh Samui holiday.
There are three slides that have different degrees of intensity and speed, plus a very large size Jacuzzi. There are also a mini splash area and a paddling pool around the park, and the climbing areas and slides are connected by bridges. This fun-packed area is for kids and it offers swings, a zip line to whiz across the water and a large bucket that pours water when it gets filled.
Around the water fun areas there are a couple of bamboo shade places that have tables and lounges. Next to these relaxation corners there are the restaurants where you can serve a couple of drinks or a quick lunch. The usual menu includes burgers and sandwiches, nothing too fancy, but tasty enough to feel energized and ready for more fun.
Coco Splash Waterpark is opened Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:30 to 17:30, but it is closed on Mondays. Getting here is quite simple. On the road from Chaweng to Lamai Beach, turn left from the ring road at the McDonalds sign in Lamai. After this you will see numerous Coco Splash signs that show you how to get here.