|Ho Thuy Tien Water Park Photo: Weeatfish
Ho Thuy Tien Water Park is located in Thuy Bang Commune, Huong Thuy Town, about 7 kilometers from the center of Hue City. It was built in 2001, opened in 2004, then, shut down a few years later.
Although the local authorities have prohibited people from visiting this destination, numerous domestic and foreign tourists still go across the pine forests to explore this creepy water park.
|Ho Thuy Tien is considered as one of the most “must-visit” destinations when traveling to Thua Thien Hue Photo: GoAsiaDayTrip
The abandoned park has become more famous as it continuously appeared on international media like Insider, Dailymail, Lonelyplanet as well as Instagram, websites of many travel bloggers.
Ho Thuy Tien is considered as one of the most “must-visit” destinations when traveling to Thua Thien Hue. The travel website GoAsiaDayTrip wrote on Instagram: “When you see the dragon standing alone in the middle of a lake, you’re in an abandoned water park in Hue, Vietnam”.
|The sky was overcast and cloudy making this place more mysterious photo: Hannah
Hannah – a travel blogger said that as soon as she arrived in Hue, she immediately rented a bicycle to the water park. The sky was overcast and cloudy making this place even more mysterious, she shared.
|The unique photo of Thuy Tien Park of an avid traveler and photographer- Pham Quoc Cuong Photo: Cuongkhii
The unique photo of Thuy Tien Park of an avid traveler and photographer- Pham Quoc Cuong received lots of praise from netizen. He recommended check-in spots that cannot be missed here including the corridor leading to the dragon’s head (above photo), dragon’s mouth, faded rows of seats in the water music stage, and water slides.
A couple takes photograph in front of the dragon Photo: Traveling or Nothing
Lots of visitors are eager to take photos from the dragon’s mouth and enjoy the whole view of the park. Photo: Ayda June
“We finally have the chance to admire one of the most magical places in Vietnam. It is a perfect combination between fairy tales and thrillers which make it so special, “Soulfultravellers wrote on Instagram.
Resting on the hammock under the trees, enjoy the winding dragon-shaped architecture are unforgettable experiences of numerous foreign visitors. Photo: Diogo Lopes
|Photo: Instagram Shipped Away
Arijana Tkalčec – Croatian travel blogger was excited to try the water slides. “This is an incredibly enigmatic park and I feel regretful as it is closed”, said Arijana, adding that Thuy Tien Park is a bit scary because water slides are surrounded by bushes and the atmosphere is very quiet.
The panoramic scenery of waterslides under the lens of French, Thibault Boutin Photo: Tiiiibenvadrouille
The antique car in the park Photo: Edu0010