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A water park will be opened in the summer this year to the southwest of Shanghai Happy Valley

After four years of development, Playa Maya – a water park is slated to open this summer to the southwest of Shanghai Happy Valley, a new tourism landmark in the Yangtze River Delta region.

This Shanghai Happy Valley’s sister park is the biggest open-air water park in East China, Playa Maya will be equipped with 12 sets of imported aquatic amusement facilities. It will have the world’s biggest wave pool, which has water area of 14,600 sq m and can create 3.5-meter-high waves, providing tourists a unique merry experience. It will be open from mid-June to mid-Sept every year.

At the same time, the park will offer cultural performances with special stage technology, such as a laser water curtain and wave making.

The Playa Maya Water Park to be open this summer will offer a unique experience for tourists from Shanghai and beyond.

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