New Film Themed Waterpark To Open In Thailand

Thailand will be the location for the world’s first Columbia Pictures theme and water park when it opens later this year.

The 14-acre location in the seaside town of Bangsaray is just 20 minutes from Pattaya and 90 minutes from Bangkok.

Aquaverse is a joint project between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Amazon Falls and will open in phases starting in October 2021. The theme park will include a number of water and land-based themed and immersive zones with live shows, entertainment, unique sets, themed restaurants and complimentary facilities.

Men in Black

The high octane area with a number of thrill rides and attractions including a 12 metre free-fall ride where visitors plummet down a Men In Black Wormhole.

Ghostbusters

Including a water coaster or the world’s first fully-enclosed water dome in a family raft ride.

Jumanji Jungle Adventure

Wild, jungle-themed water slides, visiting Jaguar Mountain while being chased by Mandrills before plunging into Jumanji’s splash pool.

Bad Boys Raceway

Outdoor go-kart tracks in a neon, Miami-themed racecourse.

Hotel Transylvania

This children-friendly zone will include more than 100 water features, splash buckets, water rockets and more.

Surf’s Up in Surfers Paradise

Surf stunning waves in a dual Flowrider.

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs

The Swallow Falls River Adventure is a relaxing lazy river attraction that features the Foodimals from the film.

VIVO Wave Pool

A giant wave pool inspired by the upcoming animated musical. The wave pool zone will also host music events and live shows with celebrity artists and world-class international DJ’s.

“We are delighted to be teaming up with Liakat Dhanji and Amazon Falls on launching Sony Pictures’ first theme and water park and are inspired by his vision of creating an immersive entertainment destination for Thailand. Columbia Pictures’ Aquaverse is the next step in Sony Pictures’ larger global strategy to grow and expand location-based entertainment by utilising its strong global film and TV brands.”

Jeffrey Godsick, EVP of Global Partnerships and Brand Management and Head of Location Based Entertainment at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

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