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Visiting Ocean Park Vientiane in Vientiane
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Ocean Park Vientiane is located in the complex of ITECC Mall in Saysettha Distrcit, Vientiane, Laos. What things you can do inside this water park? This water park has so many attractions such as kids pool, slides, and also climbing wall. This place is perfect for those of you who are planning to visit Laos with your children and wanted to play in the water. Ocean Park Vientiane is open every Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Take the tour inside the water park and let yourself and your children having fun in the water!

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Kids Wave Pool & Giant Wave

Kids Wave Pool & Giant Wave

The reason why this water park has the word ocean in its name is because of this pool. Kids Wave Pool & Giant Wave is the biggest pool in the area of Ocean Park Vientiane. Thing that is highlighted in this pool is absolutely its wave. The waves which are made by a machine will give you the ambience of beach. Don't forget to wear your life vest or bring your float so that you won't get drown by the wave.

15 meter Water Slides

15 meter Water Slides

Welcome to the highest slide in the Ocean Park Vientiane! If you want to test you adrenaline, try the sensation. There are 6 slides in a rainbow color that will take you down from the height of 15 m with a little bumps on its slide. Take the board first before you going up and slide down the slides with your friends.

Giant Slide

Giant Slide

If you think the 15 meter water slides is not enough, then challenge yourself to go to this Giant Slide. Take your friends and also the float before you go up and after you done climbing to its mouth, slide down and don't forget to hold on the float. One float can carry up to 4 people with the mass not more than 300kg. Children under the age of 12 and the heights are under 140 cm.

Kids Pool

Kids Pool

Feeling confuse on which slides is perfect for your children? Are you worried about their safety? Don't worry, Ocean Park Vientiane provides you and your love ones with its Kids Pool. With its plenty of fountains, let your children have their time inside the big pool. There are also some little slides for your children to play around. Take the tour in Ocean Park Vientiane with your kids and let them have their best time of their life there!

Lazy River

Lazy River

Tired of playing the slides and accompanying your kids? Still wanted to stay in the water but not want to move your body? Take the tour to the Lazy River inside the ocean park and let yourself relax in the pool. With the length of 300m, this little river will take you around with its calm flows.

Climbing Wall

Climbing Wall

Wanted to have some sports but not wanting your clothes to get wet? This place is perfect for you. With the heights around seven to ten meters, this wall climbing is waiting for you. Affraid of falling? You don't need to worry about anything in this ocean park. The ocean park has provided its Climbing Wall with thick mattresses that going to save you every time you fall. Take the tour to the climbing wall and challenge yourself. Who knows that you are good in climbing walls if you are not trying?

Insider Tips

How to Get Tickets?

If you are planning to have some tour inside Ocean Park Vientiane, to get the tickets you can directly go to the ticket booth in the ocean park. The tickets cost 50.000 kip for adults and 20.000 kip for kids from with the height from 90 cm to 140 cm. How about children with the height under 90 cm? The ticket is free for children with the height under 90 cm.

How To Get Around?

To get around the Ocean Park Vientiane, you can just easily go by foot and enjoy all the attractions provided there.

What Should I Wear?

Since you are going to the water park, swimming suit is a must for you. Don't forget to put some sunscreen lotion before you go to the pool to protect your skin from getting burned. Also if you are planning to get some tour around the city of Vientiane, you need to remember that Laos is a country in Asia which has two seasons. It is always hot there, so make sure you wear something comfortable such as shorts and t-shirts. If you are going to the temple, pay attention on your clothes since you need to cover your arms and also your knees there.

Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Laos is when the weather is dry but not too hot. So, it is best to visit Laos in between October and April. The weather around those months is also perfect if you want to have some swimming in the ocean park. If you are also planning to visit the river, it is best to visit it on November and January since the water levels get high at those months.

Currency

Lao Kip

Will I Need a Guide?

No, transportation is easy and you can find anything for your tour on this site.

How To Get There?

Since the country of Laos is locked in the middle of other Southeast Asia's country, to get to the country it is only accessible by plane. If you are visiting Laos from Thailand, Myanmar, or Cambodia, then you can ride on a bus or car.

Additional Info

If you are going to the Ocean Park Vientiane, make sure that you already know where the exact place is because some of the tuk-tuk drivers around Vientiane rarely go there. In addition, since Laos is the base for the Buddhist, you need to always make sure about things that are related to their religion. You might encounter a statue which there are some flowers and incense around it. Make sure that you are not touching anything that has been put there.

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