Black Mountain Water Park, Hua Hin
About Black Mountain Water Park, Hua Hin
Black Mountain Water Park, Hua Hin - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1 Moo 2 Tambon Hin Lek Fai, Hua Hin, 77110
Ticket Price: 600 THB
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Spread across an area of 40,000 square metres, the Black Mountain Water Park was opened in the year 2011. Since then, it has been entertaining locals as well as tourists. Attractions within the park include:
- A 17 metre high tower with 9 different slides.
- A wave pool featuring the biggest wave in Thailand.
- A lazy river.
- A restaurant and gift shop.
- An infinity pool and a children’s pool and a lot more.
A must visit if you are in Hua Hin with family.
Black Mountain Water Park Information
- Carry a change of clothes.
- Don't forget to apply waterproof sun screen.
Black Mountain Water Park Ticket Prices
- Adult (140 centimetre): 600 bahtChild (110-140 centimetre): 300 bahtYoung Child (0 – 90 centimetre): Free
How To reach Black Mountain Water Park by Public Transport
- Going by Songthaew is recommended.
- You can also hire a tuk-tuk or a motorcycle taxi.
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Black Mountain Water Park, Hua Hin Reviews - Write a Review
Very nice, well maintained place. Only few families when we visited (weekday). Extra activities like water ski for extra cost. Even the food price is acceptable. Worth spending a day. Given the proximity to the city you don't need to plan ahead. Don't forget sun protection!
The only WAKE PARK in Hua Hin and this review is only for the WAKEBOARD PARK, this park is falling apart and lacks any kind of management. The potential for this park is great, but I am constantly shocked by their inability to keep anything working. The electricity goes out regularly, the motorboat breaks constantly, and the sprayers on the obstacles barely work at all. The prices are very high for what you get. The obstacles are pretty nice, but if you fall and there is no boat, you have very long swim. The staff are very nice and helpful.
Great Waterpark. The park offers a great value for an affordable entry fee. The rides are a lot of fun and together with the other attractions there' s something for any age. Facilties are clean and food is good. I'll come again!
A great water park with good selection of slides, a lazy river and a large wave pool. Not the biggest water park we’ve been to but just enough for the kids (and adults) to have fun. It’s really clean and modern too. Weekdays are usually quiet, which means plenty of sun loungers and pretty much no queuing for anything. At THB 600 for an adult and THB 300 for a child under 140cm (110 and under are free!) it’s pretty good value for money. Especially taking into account the free transfers to and from the Hua Hin Clocktower. Food options are better than expected from THB 80 for Thai food and THB 100-150 for Western food. Soft drinks are from THB 30. My only criticism would be that you are not allowed to bring your own drinks in, and had to leave these with reception until you leave.
The water park is located near the black mountains in Hua Hin, Thailand. There is a large wave pool and some thrilling slides and a lazy river among many other attractions. Over all it was a good experience.
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