Laguna Waterpark

Dubai’s newest waterpark ticks all the boxes for relaxing and thrills
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Time Out Says

With four distinct zones, half a dozen standalone rides, flumes and slides, a licensed restaurant and bar, a lazy river, an infinity pool and the region’s first 180-degree surf park, Laguna is not just another waterpark adding to the city’s already impressive selection.

Entry for the day means you’ll also be able to come and go as you please from the waterpark until the end of the day. This means you can go and explore the wonderful La Mer in all its glory (and there’s an awful lot to do, from super-cool bars, to zany ice cream parlours, jazz nights and a whole bunch of places to eat.

Everything about it is designed to be easy, and the fact that you’ll be able to play or relax at Laguna, as well as take advantage of the whole La Mer
experience, means you can tailor a day out depending on your mood.

So whether you’re after rides that plummet you at more than 60kph, family rafts that drop you four metres into the water, lazy river rides or if you fancy learning to surf, you’ve got a brand-new place to explore.
From Dhs99 (UAE residents booking online), Dhs125 (residents, on the door), Dhs159 (non-residents).

26 May 2019

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Show number 800 637227
Dubai, Jumeirah 1, La Mer - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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