Taipei Water Park | Water Play For The Family!BB Destinations, BB Family
*This article was written pre-pandemic by our friends from BYKidO. This is one of the places we used to love visiting when travelling wasn't an issue. We hope this will help you in planning your next family trip when travelling is once again possible. Please check on the attraction's admission details closer to your travelling date.
Taipei Water Park
Location: No. 1號, Siyuan St, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100
- All-year-round (except Summer): 9 am – 5 pm (last entry: 4 pm)
- Summer (1 Jul – 31 Aug): 9 am – 6 pm (last entry: 5 pm)
- *Please note that the park is closed on Mondays, unless it falls on a continuous holiday, then it’s open
Admission: Details in article
More than just an entertainment facility, the Taipei Water Park serves to educate its visitors on Taiwan’s water resources as well as instruct about correct water usage.
Little ones can get some splash action at the Water Country Park, a water playground with slides, bucket, fountains and sprays.
If that’s not enough splish-splash, head out to the Aqua-Friendly Experiencing Area, where you’ll find Pirate Ship Fuzzy Water Glide, Friction Experiencing Channel, swimming pools and ponds.
The vast park is also home to a Museum of Drinking Water, Guanyin Shan Reservation Pond, Historical Metering Room Plaza, and Raw Water Pumping Station that is free for you to explore.
Source: Department of Information and Tourism, Taipei City Government
If you’re up for a bit of leg stretching, you can take a stroll at the Pipe Sculpture Area featuring a few art installations made of pipe. For something a bit more exhilarating, hike up the small Kuanying Hill where you can admire the native flora and fauna.
Scattered around the park are toilets and drinking fountains. If you require the shower or locker room, you will be able to find it near the entrance, at the Water Country Park. There is also a nursing room there.
Taipei Water Park - https://waterparken.water.gov.taipei/
No. 1號, Siyuan St, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100
All-year-round (except Summer): 9 am – 5 pm (last entry: 4 pm)
Summer (1 Jul – 31 Aug): 9 am – 6 pm (last entry: 5 pm)
*Please note that the park is closed on Mondays, unless it falls on a continuous holiday, then it’s open
All-year-round (except Summer)
Adult: NT$ 50
Child (under 12 yrs): NT$ 25
Summer (1 Jul – 31 Aug)
Adult: NT$ 80
Child (under 12 yrs): NT$ 40
Admission is free for children less than 115 cm tall or under 6 years old
Photo credits Taipei Water Park
This article was originally published on BYKidO's blog.