The Waha Splashclub, which had its soft launch in December, provides a fun space for the whole family to enjoy with water features that allow children to engage and control the water direction, enabling them to learn while having fun.
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Nabil Rashidi, chief executive officer of Waha Splashclub, said: “In 2015, we were inspired to come up with a splash pad experience that would be publicly accessible. Traditionally, splash pads are the smaller water play areas that have five to ten features and are available in hotels, public parks and so on. We really wanted to experiment with it as a standalone experience and focus on the cognitive learning and family aspect of the experience.”
Located in the heart of The Lagoon in Amwaj Islands, Waha Splashclub showcases a dynamic, zero-depth aquatic play area, accessible to people of all ages and all abilities, that combines the sensations of different water movements – flowing, misting, and jetting into 30 diverse water features.
With temperature controlled water, visitors can spin, splash and enjoy refreshments, ice cream and snacks outdoors all year long.
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