India is busy with King Cobra!
Amaazia Water Park, which is spread over an area of about 2 hectares in Surat, a city with rich diamond beds of India, opened its doors in December 2016. It's possible to find fun for all the family members in dozens of TNTY Wateparks in the Amazon Rainforest-themed park. Amaazia Water Park has joined India with King Cobra water sculpture, which has the largest wave pool in the region, as well as the most visited water parks in the world, and has shown a lot of interest in sightseeing, with the best water slides in the last 5 years. The park, which has been designed separately for the purpose of making the visitors enjoyable moments, is able to serve 3,000 visitors along with the different areas of the park, which is designed by TNTY Waterparks and has many slide alternatives.
King Cobra, the park's main entertainment attraction waterslides, is experiencing the highest adrenaline slip experience at the same height as the impressive red, white and black tinted 15m high, 790m long. Those who use a combination of open and closed scrapers can reach 51 km / h with 14.668 liters of water pumped per minute and end this excitement by falling at a 50-degree slope from a height of about 8 meters in the last section.
Also included are TNTY Waterparks' Looping Rocket, Freefall & Body Slide Combo, Twister Racer and Windigo Combo, Black Hole, Uphill Navigator and Blackhole Combo, Black Hole and Turbolance Combo, Space Boat and B9 Model Interactive Water Playground taking.
TNTY Waterparks Sales and Design Director Kubilay Alpdoğan; "We are delighted to have completed a successful project as a result of our work with companies that have significant locations around the world, such as Rajgreen Group and Sanderson, in the project phase," he emphasized.