The latest project of Proud Group, one of Thailand's leading developers in luxury real estate, hospitality, retail and entertainment, has raised THB 4.5 billion — approximately $134 million — investment. Ideally located between the main tourist centers of Phuket Town and Patong Beach, the new project will open to visitors on May 21, 2022.
«Andamanda» — this is not only a themed water park with five separate zones — Coral World, Pearl Palace, Emerald Forest, Great Andaman Bay and Naga Jungle. It is also the largest leisure and entertainment center in Phuket, covering an area of 9.3 hectares: entertainment facilities, retail outlets and an international hotel with 300 rooms, which is planned to be built in the second phase.
The water park has 12 water slides. Guests can enjoy 36 exciting activities with exciting names such as AquaDrop, Bubba Tub, Boomerango, AquaLoop, Whizzard and Speed Slide, as well as the FlowRider surf simulator and splash zone for toddlers. A lazy river with a length of 550 meters will be the longest in Asia, and a huge wave pool with an area of 10,000 square meters. m. will be able to generate waves up to three meters high — largest in Southeast Asia. Here you can hold concerts for 25,000 spectators.
The main difference between “Andamanda” from other parks — attention to Thai culture, history and mythology. The park will immerse guests in the legend of the Lost Kingdom of Nagon, an inspiring folk tale of struggle and friendship set in the landscape of the Andaman Coast. It will host classic Southern Thai puppet theater productions, a floating market with traditionally decorated boats, authentic food and drink shops, and a stage for regular cultural events.
A group of cozy cabins and private VIP pavilions, and also a tropical beachfront restaurant and a range of stunning pool bars, including one located on a replica of the famous James Bond Island, will allow visitors to relax in style.
The attractions are designed by the world's leading supplier of water park equipment WhiteWater West, who has worked with global theme parks Atlantis Dubai and Disney. Award-winning architecture firm Contour and landscape experts Coopers Hill also collaborated on the project. The park has been certified by Ellis & Associates, water safety experts from the US state of Florida.
A water recycling system has been created in the park, more than 100,000 trees have been planted. Single-use plastic is prohibited on the territory, solar energy is widely used. The staff consists of fully trained local professionals, including 200 qualified Phuket lifeguards.