Thailand’s Largest and most Amazing Waterpark opens

| May 11, 2016
RamaYana Water Park, a new family theme park and entertainment water park complex located within the scenic nature surrounding the big Buddha image of Khao Chi Chan and only 25 minutes from central Pattaya, opens its gates to the public for the first time on 5th May, 2016.

RamaYana Water Park delivers a massively exhilarating day out to remember. With lakes, islands and green hills in and around the park, RamaYana offers so much more than its 21 exquisitely designed waterslides, many of which are totally unique. Visitors will find two dedicated kids’ zones, a record-breaking double wave pool, the Lazy River with waves, caves and water features, and activity and relaxation pools throughout its vast expanses of parkland. The water park itself has something for every taste, especially when zipping down the collection of slides which range from gentle fun to ultimate thrills.

In total, there are over 50 independent attractions, which will keep guests busy all day, all housed in an exciting – and most importantly, very safe – environment.


RamaYana has been built to the strictest international standards of design and managed to the highest global quality standards too. It offers a Full Day experience, providing access to beautiful nature, clean air, and well maintained pools and rivers to be explored and enjoyed over the site’s 100 rai of land.

Johannes Pattermann, Marketing & Sales Director, RamaYana Waterpark, said, “RamaYana has been developed to the highest international standards using only premium quality equipment. Every guest touchpoint has been designed and engineered to deliver an exceptional and unique experience. The natural water available throughout the park, for example, is crystal clear drinking water from the park’s own wells. It is our intention that RamaYana will be recognised as both the largest and leading waterpark in Thailand, and additionally as a new world-class visitor attraction; that of course means offering something for everyone. RamaYana connects guest with thrills and excitement, but equally important is the close-to-nature feel of the entire site, and the calming, natural, happy oasis it provides to all guests.”


Built on the site of a long forgotten city, guests can explore the remains of ancient buildings, walls, sculptures and mystical caves. A visit to the floating market, riding on real elephants or a walk along the riverbank let visitors explore a true sense of exotic and relaxing Thailand, with a constantly evolving program of entertainment that will appeal to families as well as adult visitors. Guests can enjoy dining in a restaurant with cuisine from around the world, retreating in a private cabana and being pampered with a massage by professional masseuses. In total, there are over 50 independent attractions to keep guests busy all day, all housed in an exciting – and most importantly, very safe – environment.


RamaYana was created on the guiding principle of safe, exciting fun for all ages at a reasonable price. Until 31 October 2016, all visitors can enjoy the park’s special opening promotion for a full day of unlimited use: adults 990 Baht, children (90-122cm) 790 Baht and kids below 90cm get FREE entrance. Various family tickets are also offered.

RamaYana is set to become a must-visit attraction for international visitors to Thailand, whilst offering Thai families and expats from across Thailand an epic, thrilling adventure, with some clean, green, relaxing respite on offer too.

Park operates daily from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.

For more information, please visit:    or Tel. (66) 03300 5929

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