Make A Splash: Happy Magic Water Cube Waterpark, Beijing

September 23, 2012 by

After its tremendous success in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, the much talked about Water Cube got a new use.

The owners of the architecturally renowned aquatic center turned the cube into an enormous water park for families to enjoy, calling the park Happy Magic Water Cube Waterpark. And if the name is any indication of the fun to be had inside the cube, kids are in for a wild ride.

After the Great Wall of China, the Happy Magic Water Cube Waterpark is now the second most visited attraction in the popular city of Beijing. It’s also the largest water park in Asia, and can operate year-round because the entire park is contained inside the cube.

Engineers and designers made sure that the internal climate of the cube would be comfortable during all four seasons, so guests can enjoy the park at any time of year.

Inside the Water Cube, kids of all ages can splash around on the many fun rides and attractions.¬†Happy Magic Water Cube Waterpark features a Lazy River, Spa Pools, Wavepool, Pipeline, Bullet Bowl, Speedslide, Kid’s Pool and much more. Tickets to this attraction start at $25 USD.

Photo source: Water Cube

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  1. Ruby T. says:

    Many Olympic facilities fall into disuse after a few years, and it’s a great waste of money and resources. Looks like the folks here were thinking ahead — great use of the space.


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