Playa Maya, your water wonderland

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Updated: 2017-06-01

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Playa Maya, your water wonderland

Playa Maya Water Park is popular with both Chinese and overseas visitors on account of its well-developed facilities and prime location in scenic Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort. [Photo provided to China Daily]

As the hot summer months set in, thrill seekers can head to Playa Maya Water Park in Shanghai Sheshan National Tourist Resort to cool off and get the adrenalin flowing.

The water park, which neighbors Shanghai Happy Valley, is spread over an area of about 200 thousand square meters and is hugely popular on account of the range and quality of the facilities offered.

Among the famous rides are the ‘super horn’, a free-fall water drop, a big octopus slide, a water turbo drop ride, and the Magic Water Town. Many of the park’s rides have been imported from Canada to ensure quality and a high level of design.

In addition to the park’s exciting rides, the Playa Maya offers visitors numerous other exciting opportunities for amusement such as a summer music fair, a singing and dancing carnival, water gun fights, and other water games.

Since opening in 2013, Playa Maya Water Park has proven hugely popular with tourists from home and abroad and estimates having received a total of two million tourists.

The park is currently striving to become the largest and most exciting water amusement park in East China.

From June 16 onwards, the park will be open 10:30 am to 7:30 pm every day.

Playa Maya, your water wonderland

The park offers visitors a wide range of rides to enjoy. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Playa Maya, your water wonderland

If you need a breather or simply aren’t into adrenalin pumping rides you can simply chill on the sand. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Playa Maya, your water wonderland

The Playa Maya Water Park has facilities for diving lovers to enjoy themselves underwater. [Photo provided to China Daily]

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