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Caribbean Bay is an indoor/outdoor water park located in Yongin, South Korea. Opened in 1996, it is the Largest Indoor and Outdoor Waterpark in the world, covering a total area of about 242,321,000 square yards (78.2 sq mi; 202.6 km2). Coordinate is
With the opening in 2008 of its newest attraction, the "Wild River Zone", Caribbean Bay expanded its capacity by 30%. The park includes a wave pool, the world's Longest Lazy River Ride, a Sandy Pool, a Wading Pool for young children, Various Water Slides, and a Salt Sauna. The children's pool also has a baby pool which is very shallow for adults but perfect for babies. The children's pool is not that shallow for adults but perfect for kids. Caribbean Bay has received "Must-see Waterpark Awards" from International Association of Amusement Park Attractions.
The Aquatic Center is an Indoor Waterpark zone in Caribbean Bay. It has several pools including a Wave Pool and Diving Pool. It also has 3 watertube Slides. Its indoor location means it is open all year. It also operates a beauty zone, sauna, hot springs like jjimjilbangs in South Korea.
Main Facilities: Spa & Sauna, Indoor Wave Pool, Quick Rider (indoor tube & water slide)a
Main Facilities: Wave Pool, Diving Pool, Wave Village, Sandy rest zone
Bay slide zone is for water slides. It has 6 tube slides and 3 water bobsleighs.
Main Facilities: Tube Ride, Water Bobsleigh, Bobsleigh Village
Fortress is for fun water play it has world's longest streaming pool (at the construction time) called 'Lazy Pool'. Adventure pool splashes 2.4 ton of water at once.
Main Facilities : Flowing Water Pool, Surfing Ride, Adventure Pool
The Wild River (opened in 2008) is an extreme water play zone. It has 5 tube slides, 1 Boomerang Go. Wild Blaster is flume ride-like tube slide but more extreme and wet. Tower Raft is large tube slide track that 4 people can ride at once. Tower Boomerang Go is one of the most extreme water attraction in South Korea waterparks. Tubes slide down a 90-degree slope.
Main Facilities: Tower Bumerango, Tower Raft, Wild Blaster, San Juan Restaurant
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