When we got there, there were literally hundreds of school aged children eating lunch at tables in a large common area. By the time we came down to head to the water area, they were done their lunch, the common area was basically empty, and the kids were mostly in the splash area. It was crazy busy! They all left around 1:00, at which point the splash area became almost a private pool party area for Li Lin (and sometimes Hudson)! We're guessing it was a large school field trip.
This water park had a zip-line where you drop into the water, a wave pool, regular pool, hot tub, large splash area/wading pool for the younger ones with a dozen small slides, a lazy river, and about 15 or so various large water slides. It was a blast! The grounds were well kept with lots of trees to provide shade. We all played around for a while, then had lunch. Sara then took Jadon to an outdoor lounge area (only for foreigners... handy but feels kind of awkward to be treated that way) to try to get him to nap. No luck. The rest of us splashed around for a while longer then we headed home, cooled and refreshed.
[disclaimer, we did not bring our cameras so these picture are from google images to give a small impression of the water park]
|View from the top of the Kamikazee slide|
|Kids splash area|
|Exit area for many of the slides|
On the way home today from the waterpark, we were in a VinaSun taxi. I'm not sure where this comes from, but suddenly our driver turns up some music. It is in Vietnamese, but we hear them singing in the chorus "Vina, Vina, VinaSun is number one!". Shocked, we listen to the next few songs, all of which seem to be a combo pop song/VinaSun advertisement! Eventually our driver noticed our surprise and our chuckles, laughed along with us and changed the channel!