For those visiting Phuket there is now the option to add a fun-filled day at the newly opened Andamanda waterpark located in the island’s Kathu district. A collection of more than 12 slides and 36 activities are available, including the water-themed titled AquaDrop, Bubba Tub, and AquaLoop. A 550-metre-long lazy river will be the longest in Asia while the vast 10,000 square-metre wave pool can generate waves up to three-metres high.
There is a significant focus on Thai culture and mythology within the park, immersing guests in the legend of “The Lost Kingdom of the Nagon”, an inspirational folk tale of struggle, friendship, and ultimate triumph set amid the landscapes and seascapes of the Andaman coast. There are traditional nang talung southern Thai puppet theatre performances, a floating market featuring traditionally designed ruer koh lae boats to promote local community crafts. A cluster of cosy cabanas, private VIP pavilions, a tropical beachfront restaurant, and a series of stunning swim-up bars.
We are delighted to hear that Andamanda has adopted a sustainable, circular approach to water management, with a continuous loop of water being reused and recycled. Over 100,000 trees have been planted and solar power is used extensively to ensure that energy levels are minimised.
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