Water parks in Shanghai
Shanghai will delight travelers not only with its water parks, but also museums and nightclubs, as well as walks along the promenade and water canals..
Water parks in Shanghai
- Aquapark “Dino beach”has water attractions (you can go down from them on rented inflatable mattresses and circles), an artificial river simulating a tropical storm, a swimming pool with artificial waves for surfing, and also pleases visitors with evening discos. Admission fee for adults on weekdays is 120 RMB, and on weekends - 150-200 RMB, for children 80-150 cm - 100 RMB.
- Aquapark “Playa maya” equipped with slides “Big wasp” (under the action of the pushing water force “brave men” will be able to make several climbs and pickets), “Swift solar whirlpool” (height “black hole” - 17 m), “Serpentine ring”, “Super pipe” (descent from a 23-meter pipe on a 4-seater circle), “Sea boa” (descent from the height of a 6-storey building), “4 fast roads”, “Hurricane eye”, “Raft between heaven and earth”, “Giant bowl”, children's attractions (“Mayan water fortress”, “Fabulous water world”), a pool with artificial waves “Caribbean beach”, a swimming pool for relaxation and spa, an underwater center (here you can swim under water, see mermaids performances, use the services of organizing an underwater wedding, and after completing a training course, get a diver certificate), shops, restaurants of Western and Chinese cuisines. The cost of visiting on weekdays - 150 yuan (from the afternoon - 120 yuan), on weekends - 180 yuan (weekend evening - 140 yuan), children 120-150 cm - 100 yuan (on weekends - 120 yuan). If you wish, you can buy a family ticket (2 + 1) - it costs 340 (on weekdays) - 400 (on weekends) yuan.
- Aquapark “Dakang Indoor Water Park” famous for “children's corner”, “drifting garden”, fountains, “family slides” and other water attractions. On weekdays, entrance fees cost 70 RMB to visitors, and 88 RMB on weekends..
Shanghai water activities
Do you want to swim in an unusual place? Check out the Purple Mountain Hotel, which has a rooftop swimming pool, available from May to September for RMB 120 (don't forget to bring a cap).
Those who wish can spend time in a Chinese bath “Athens palace” - in the men's and women's halls you can find dry and steam saunas, jacuzzis, pools filled with hot and cold water (some of them add milk or rose petals). And if necessary, here you can use spa and cosmetic procedures.
You should definitely visit the Shanghai Aquarium, where there are 4 underwater tunnels. Here visitors will be able to see the exposition, divided into 9 thematic zones (before their gaze there will be an electric eel, a giant salamander, a Chinese sturgeon and an alligator, a spotted seal, a horseshoe crab.