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Grand Canyon Water Park
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USD 26.02*
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Half Day Chiang Rai City Tour including White...
Ranked #1 of 5 things to do in Nam Phrae
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: The Largest Floating Water Park in Chiangmai. A Fun place for everyone!
Useful Information: Activities for young children, Activities for older children, Baby buggy parking, Stairs / lift, Lockers / storage, Food available for purchase, Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

My favourite day in Chiang Mai was finding this beautiful place! Hidden away with no tours there the Grand Canyon! We arrived as a group of 4 to the first Grand Canyon paid the entry of 100 baht each and were amazed with the beauty! Included were cliff jumping, rubber rings, paddle boards, mini football pitch, sun bathing, so much more!
We spent over an hour there and decided that Grand Canyon 2 looked even better! This was 450 baht included a huge inflatable water park, 2 zip lines over the water, water slides, higher cliff jumps, kayaking, lockers!
Honestly the best day you will have in Chiang Mai and not too crowded!

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Connor_winham
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"great fun"
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"zip line"
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"a lot of fun"
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

From Chiang Mai centre it's kinda far out, 30 minutes in a car so if you pay for taxi or Grab return trip can be a bit expensive. But you could possibly get a motorbike for cheaper. When you arrive make sure you go to the right entrance for what you want (there is a separate cheaper one for just lounging etc). This one is 450B which includes a round of zipline'ing which was really fun. You get life jackets and can go nuts on all the slides and inflatables etc for as long as you like. The food and drink is a little expensive but it was nice after using up all our energy all day! very fun.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank beginnersluck2015
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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

Definitely a must do when in chiang mai! Whole lot of fun for all ages. My 6 year old son literally played for 7 hours straight on the water,!

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Se M
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Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

We have visited 2 years in a row, lots of improvements since last year. The waterpark now has 2 really fast water slides, 2 zip lines which you can do once with your admission, a water scooter, wakeboarding area (extra cost), and more water obstacles.

The restaurant has also upgraded their drink menu and added tasty milkshakes.

This is still my 9 year old daughters favourite destination in Chiang Mai. This time we took a tuk tuk from downtown, took about 25 minutes and cost 400 baht.

Great place to spend the day in the sun!

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Tommyboy3d
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

This would be potentially a really cool place to see if it was done tastefully. However, it really wasn't all that special. The 'canyon' isn't a canyon at all. It is a series of quarries that presumably were abandoned and allowed to fill with water. I believe the water depth to be about 30m, so it is very steep walled and deep.

There are two sides to the 'Grand Canyon', meaning two separate commercial ventures that are separated by a canyon wall. That wall is the cool one that you see in some of the photos. Well, you think it would be cool to go walk out on that thin peninsula into the 'canyon'? well, it isn't possible because it is restricted access. Also, you'll never get that photo you see unless you have a drone. And then you'll have to crop out the huge garish sign that is about 200 feet across, on the opposite wall that yells "GRAND CANYON" to you, as though you didn't know where you were, and you needed a massive billboard to mess up your view.

We didn't go to the waterpark side, which was full of bouncy toys and floating paraphernalia. We stayed on the East side, which is less developed, and looks a lot nicer. But still....

A lot of the areas are restricted. You are supposed to wear a life jacket if you go into the water at all. There are no exceptions. You could be an Olympic swimmer and still you have to wear the life jacket. Do your friends want to see how cool you look on Instagram with a life jacket on, and the massive words, "GRAND CANYON" in the background? If they do, then you should come here.

There is a zipline here that looks super boring and probably overpriced. There is a climbing wall that says, "Do not Climb up this". There is a place to jump off the cliff into the water, but unless you wish to get one of those amebic type diseases of your sinuses that eventually eats into your brain, I think you might be better off hanging out on the paddle boards.

On the minor plus side--there's hardly anybody here, so if you get here relatively early (9 or 10), you may have the entire place to yourself which is actually pretty cool.

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank lionclimbers
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