Suoi Tien Theme Park – Vietnam Disneyland

Suoi Tien Theme Park has been dubbed "Vietnam's Disneyland" in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). The amusement park has the traditional rides, restaurants, and experience zones, but with a Buddhist twist. Dragons, Buddha, and Vietnamese gods adorn the walls. While a waterslide emerges from the beards of Buddhist gurus, One House of Horror leads you through the numerous levels of Buddhist Hell.




Overview of Suoi Tien Theme Park

Suoi Tien Theme Park is divided into four areas, each of which is dedicated to one of four sacred creatures in Buddhist mythology: the dragon, unicorn, tortoise, or Phoenix. Around 1.5 million to 2 million tourists visit each year to marvel at this strangely fascinating theme park. While some visitors think the idea is cheesy in execution, with giant eye-popping statues at every turn, everyone believes that Suoi Tien Theme Park is a pleasant place for families and groups to spend a day because of its various attractions. Make the most of this unique, one-of-a-kind amusement park by arriving early.




Theme of Suoi Tien Cultural Amusement Park

Suoi Tien Theme Park not only pays homage to Vietnamese religion and folklore, but its architecture and design have also made it a record-breaker in the country. One of the park's monuments, dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy, is made of ebony and holds the record for being the country's heaviest statue. Meanwhile, the park's landscaping commemorates local history such as Au Co and Lac Long Quan (a fairy and a dragon king linked with Vietnam's creation myth) as well as wars such as the Battle of Son Tinh and Thuy Tinh. Every year, Suoi Tien Theme Park commemorates key cultural events such as the Southern Fruit Festival and the death anniversary of the Hung King.

"Suoi Tien" means "fairy stream". The park's name comes from a local tale. The ground on which the park now exists was once a woodland area with a stream running through it. Seven little girls are thought to have gone swimming in the stream but drowned due to the strong river. The locals established a shrine at this place, believing that they were then transformed into sacred fairies. After that, the deserted property was turned into a forestry farm before being transformed into Suoi Tien Theme Park.




Attractions & Rides at Suoi Tien Theme Park

The Suoi Tien Theme Park has two sections: a water park and an amusement park. The water park is located on Tien Dong Beach, a man-made beach. The beach is highlighted by the colossal head of an old Vietnamese king, the Hung King, whose mouth is the start of a tremendous flowing waterfall. This leads to sandbanks and a variety of water-based rides. Slippery slides emerge from the mouths of Buddhist sculptures all around you, while a sluggish river crawls around you with small boats shaped like turtles for you to lie on. If you'd rather lie back and relax, the seawater pool is great for sunbathers. There's even a pool in the middle with a statue of a turtle supporting the planet.

The theme park is filled with beautifully painted dragon statues, big gardens with inviting grass to lie on, and a plethora of slides to keep you entertained. This is the place to go if you prefer splashing around in the water! Suoi Tien Theme Park's aquatic animal attractions are located behind the water park. 




They provide shows with dolphins and sea lions, as well as a large pool where you may swim with friendly dolphins. These organisms can be observed in their natural habitat in an aquarium or underwater environment. A crocodile farm with around 1,200 crocodiles is also available. You can buy raw meat from neighboring stalls, hook it up to a fishing pole, and feed these ferocious beasts. If you're feeling daring, try the "air bicycles," which allow you to pedal while suspended above the crocodile farm.

Suoi Tien Amusement Park offers a wide range of rides. The most popular is the Unicorn Palace, which is a misnomer. It's actually a walk-through tunnel designed to symbolize Buddhism's nine degrees of Hell, far from its happy connotation. Boiling alive, being ripped apart, and being eaten by wild animals are just a few of the gruesome installations inside. The tunnel is completely dark except for the light radiating from these installations. You'll even hear faraway screams of horror every few minutes. The Unicorn Palace may not be a terrific ride for kids, but it is a tremendous hit with the locals. Another scary house is based on the Harry Potter series. As you make your way down a pitch-black tunnel, you'll see a slew of JK Rowling's magical creatures rush out of the shadows, screaming menacingly. Even Dobby, the beloved house elf, is threatening here, with flashing red eyes and a ferocious growl.




A dinosaur garden, a roller coaster, a roaring bull ride, a rock climbing wall, a Ferris wheel, a 4-D theater, and even a little Snow World are among the attractions of Suoi Tien Theme Park. Temperatures drop below -150 degrees Celsius, and fake snow, polar bear constructions, and snowflakes are released on a regular basis from a snow machine. It will be a hit with the kids! The "Kingdom of Childhood" is a child-friendly place that includes a sandy beach with a big statue of Lac Long Quan facing Au Co Mountain, Huoung Khu Mountain, and Bong Lai Mountain, as well as a fun paintball arena with guns, gear, and paint.

Interestingly, the park also features a number of temples. They are not just showpieces, but fully functional Buddha temples where you can light incense and pray.The 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac—the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, snake, horse, dragon, monkey, pig, dog, and sheep—are honored in a "Zodiac Park." Every year, a big crimson arch is connected to the animal of the year. Because 2019 is the Year of the Pig, the crimson arch will remain at the pig statue throughout the year.Suoi Tien Theme Park, which spans over 100 hectares, provides enough fun for a full day. Although it is not as huge as amusement parks in other countries, Suoi Tien Theme Park guarantees that you will enjoy everything on a grand scale. On occasion, the crew would dress up as golden monkeys to provide entertainment through tricks and performances.

Address of Suoi Tien Theme Park: 120 Hanoi Highway, Tan Phu Ward, District 9, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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