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.
- Carry a change of clothes.
- Don't forget to apply waterproof sun screen.
- Adult (140 centimetre): 600 bahtChild (110-140 centimetre): 300 bahtYoung Child (0 – 90 centimetre): Free
- Going by Songthaew is recommended.
- You can also hire a tuk-tuk or a motorcycle taxi.
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95% of people who visit Hua Hin include Black Mountain Water Park in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
68.83% of people start their Black Mountain Water Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Black Mountain Water Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Black Mountain Water Park
Busier today than usual as there was a company sports day on at the same time... didn't impact me and my daughter at all. Never a queue for a slide and the wave pool and lazy river had lots of space. Friendly staff and great value. The road has got worse though. Lots of pot holes...
Go here on a weekday so you will enjoy with less visitors. Its both for children and adults. They have a pool where you can play balls. You will have fun on the slides and the waves.
We were quite disappointed the very first time of our visit. We were there 4 adults 5 kids age between 9, 10 and 16 But we had to pay for 8 adult tickets because the kids are taller than 140cm. The entrance fee is categorised by the height of a person not the age. There are adult price and kid price.Kids taller than 140 cm.is considered as an "adult". One of my girls is 9 years old and is taller than 140(143cm )and we had to pay for an adult price because of few cm.more . The staff are "strict"with the measurement. If they were not sure about the height , they would have the kids measured "strictly",even though on the measuring board ,there s only big scale like 120cm, 130cm, 140cm, 150cm..etc.and no small scale in between. So any body taller than 140 is adult. A boy from other family was at measure and is obviously taller than my kid , but the staff said ...it was ok , he paid kid price no problem.!!! And I was like.... Excuse me????? Discrimination???? After about half an hour of discussion, the manager gave us the better solution to maintain the customers satisfactory.(Just 2 of our kids paid adult price) as a compromise.thank you by the way. Any way I find the fee system ridiculous and sometimes it causes discrimination. It should be clear and precise ,for example ... Kids: 0-5 y. Free Kids: 6-16y. 300 baht. Adult: 17 y. up 600 baht. It was the strangest entrance fee system I ever experienced.
Simple, classic water park Good prices, especially after 18:00 Not many people at the evening, not fancy, but really nice and the kids just had a lot of fun
Clean, fun.. not crowded, worth to pay a visit