ITECC waterpark To Open Children’s Zone This Month

The Lao World Public Company (Lao World) has invested a lot of money in providing people an amazing experience in the area of Lao-ITECC and the ITECC Mall in Xaysettha district, Vientiane.

The company will be opening children’s areas within this month, which is one zone of the park, the company’s Board Manager Mr Khamphone Phonekeo told Vientiane Times.

Regarding the other zones, the company will continue to open them for the public once construction and fit out is complete, he said.

Behind the mall is one of the highlights of the project, lTECC’s Ocean Park. At over 32,000 square metres, Ocean Park will be the largest waterpark ever built in the Lao PDR and it will have something for people of all ages to enjoy.

With six waterslides, two ocean wave pools, two children’s areas, two rock climbing walls, ziplines, and a lazy river that is over 350 metres long, people will have a great time cooling off from the hot sun.

The ocean wave pools, ranging from 50 to 80 centimetres in depth, will be able to accommodate both adults and children. They are capable of generating waves up to three metres high, allowing people to feel like they are really sitting by the beach.

There is even a slide that allows six people to sit on a tube and slide down at one time.

Children in the family zones will have a wonderful time playing with the many sculptured characters that spray water everywhere. But if you are not into getting wet, you can choose some alternative activities such as getting some exercise done on the climbing wall or enjoying the view while zip-lining 40 metres above the water park.

With so many unique attractions, safety is the number one priority for Lao World.

That’s why they have hired trained lifeguards and professionals to oversee the safety of all its guests. Of course, flotation devices will also be available for people who are not strong swimmers.

The water park will be one of Vientiane’s main tourist attractions and will be a great place for locals and visitors to relax.

The company’s management board will discuss the admission price at a later date, while the cost of construction will be revealed after project completion.

After shopping at the ITECC Mall, Lao World hopes to attract more shoppers to enjoy the leisure facilities at the water park, while many are expected to come just for the water park. This will give Vientiane residents more shopping options and will help them save money by cutting down on the trips they make to Nong Khai and Udon Thani provinces in Thailand.

Source: Vientiane Times

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