Situated in the beachfront city of Da Nang, Sun World Danang Wonders has over 20 outdoor rides and two indoor game centres and arcades. The entire park covers more than 860,000 square metres, with plenty of rides and activities for the whole family.
Teens and adventurous souls will love the thrilling Singapore Sling, Queen Cobra or Golden Sky Tower. For younger children, the Soft Play centre is a spacious indoor area where tots can run free, climb, play and make friends. Parents can take the whole family on a wander through the grounds, which feature iconic architecture and landmarks from all over Asia.
In the late afternoons, families can enjoy a ferris wheel ride above Da Nang on the Sun Wheel, which serves up breathtaking view of the park and the entire city.
Escape the heat below for a cool retreat at Sun World Ba Na Hills. This European-inspired theme park is perched atop the Truong Son mountain range -- one of the highest in Central Vietnam -- and only 30 kilometres from Da Nang City.
A cable car ride takes you up the mountain above Da Nang to this wonderland in the clouds. Here, families can enjoy the brisk air and cool climate any time of year, while exploring the park’s alluring cobblestone streets, rides, shops, restaurants, architecture and gardens.
The Jardin d’Amour flower garden and the French village are both must-see attractions, and Sun World stages lively events and performances in the main square. A central castle houses the largest indoor amusement park in the region, with three floors of rides and arcade games. Whether you stay the night or come up for the day, Sun World Ba Na Hills is a refreshing and memorable experience for everyone.
In easy reach of the iconic karsts of Ha Long Bay, Sun World Halong Complex is a great spot for an exhilarating day of fun with the family.
Children will love the rides at the Mystic Mountain Fun Park and the thrill of the gigantic Sun Wheel. Wander the Japanese Zen Garden before hopping on the Queen Cable Car to soar across the waters to the Dragon Theme Park. This is the largest theme park in Southeast Asia with over 30 rides. Each ride is tested and certified for safety and total peace of mind.
Thrill-seekers should check out Asia’s longest roller coaster, Dragon’s Run, while young ones can enjoy the rides and games in the fairytale theme park. When it’s time to eat, the park has many restaurants to satisfy every taste.
The Typhoon Water Park is the largest in the region and organized in three zones for families, teens and kids. There’s a wide variety of water slides to choose from, including the Tsunami Spillway and Thunder Falls. The whole family can get a kick jumping in the waves of the Sun Pool before lazily drifting along the Paradise River.