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Grand Canyon Water Park
Grand Canyon Water Park

Grand Canyon Water Park

202 Moo 3, Tambon Nam Phrae, Amphoe Hang Dong, Chang Wat Chiang Mai, 50230

The Basics

Grand Canyon Water Park has something for just about everyone. Thrill seekers can go ziplining, cliff jumping, or wakeboarding, then recover from the adrenaline rush in the sunbathing area. Young travelers might head to the kids zone, filled with balls, balloons, and miniature slides. Or, paddle away the afternoon in a canoe or kayak.

To save time at the entrance, book your ticket in advance. Daily passes, multiticket passes, annual passes, and passes that include wakeboarding are available.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Grand Canyon Water Park is a must for families and water park enthusiasts.

  • The entrance fee includes a lifejacket, which must be worn at all times.

  • Trained lifeguards are always on duty.

  • Lockers, swimsuits, towels, goggles, toys, canoes, kayaks, and action cameras are available for rent.

  • There’s an additional cost for wakeboarding.

  • Outside food and drink aren’t permitted, but there’s a restaurant and café on-site.

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How to Get There

About 9 miles (15 kilometers) from downtown Chiang Mai, Grand Canyon Water Park is easily reached by scooter, taxi, tuk tuk, or songthaew.

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When to Get There

Open year-round, Grand Canyon Water Park is busiest during the peak tourist season, November through March. For fewer crowds, get to the park early, or go during the rainy season (summer).

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Doi Inthanon National Park

West of Grand Canyon Water Park, Doi Inthanon National Park is home to the highest mountain in Thailand. A popular day trip from Chiang Mai, park highlights include the twin stupas, Wachiratharn Waterfall, and plenty of rice terraces. Or, wander the Hmong markets, Karen villages, and many nature trails.

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