Among the largest parks in the area is the Gulf's first water park of its kind, Aqua Park, situated on Arab Gulf Street adjacent to Kuwait Towers. With tall water slides and pool areas for adults and kids, and a range of popular restaurants ranging from Hardee's to crispy creme and Baskin Robbins, as well as other juice bars and restaurants, this park is a great family attraction.

Spanning an area of 60,000 square metres, the park has several entertainment options including the kiddy pool area, swimming pool for toddlers, an Octopus slide, Floating toadstools and a Flow House is located within the park.
The Aqua Park is a complete destination for families as apart from several water and fun games for adults and kids, there is scuba diving, volleyball courts, the Alooha Lagoon, Go-Kart racing, soap football, beach football, paint ball, and other amenities including separate Mosques for men and women, separate changing rooms for men and women, food courts and more.
The park, which was unveiled in 1995, has recently undergone renovation and has several exciting new rides and clean ready-to-use facilities. The General Manager of Aquapark, Mohammed Koursheed, early in 2019 confirmed that a great deal of renovation has been done to ensure maximum satisfaction for customers.

Major attractions in the Park
Listed here are some of the major attractions in the park:
For the big kids
The park has lots to offer for the bigger kids. While the adrenaline junkies would love the Alooha Lagoon with attractions like waterfalls, Jacuzzi and juice bars, those on adventurous mission cannot go away without trying a double backlash and boomerang, a 20m high slide and more. For those who are inclined to splash around, grab a tube and float around the lazy river, or manage the white horses in the wave pool.

For the tiny tots
The pirate themed play area, swimming pool for tiny tots with floating toadstools to play on and an octopus slide, is perfect for tots who are trying to gain confidence in the water. There's a café offering a nice selection of ice creams so that guests can lure their kiddies out of the water with the promise of a frozen chocolate treat. There is the Kiddy Pool Area, and children below 8 years of age are allowed in this pool that is 0 to 50cm deep.

Popular eateries:
Moca Summer Restaurants: Fast foods
Aloha restaurant: Sandwiches and Barbecue
Baskin robbins: Ice creams
El Jaber grind: Nuts of all varieties

Rules and Dress Code
    Visitors are allowed to wear only decent clothing, preferably Nylon or polyester clothes.
    Provocative swim-wears like two-piece bikini, Thongs, Shorts, Cutoffs, Tee Shirts are not allowed.
    Cotton cloths, types of Denim are not allowed.
    Any type of metal accessories like belts, watches, bangles are not allowed.

How To Reach Aqua Park Kuwait?
By Road: Kuwait public transport bus services provide the most affordable travelling in Kuwait. If you are travelling by road then you should try their public bus transport. You need to walk for 10 minutes from bus stop to the water park. Private taxi service is another good option for visitors. Kuwait taxi service is reliable, safe and affordable.

Park Timings:
Open daily from 10am to 10pm

Tickets:
The entry ticket costs KD4.750 (inclusive of all rides and facilities except Flow House and surfing areas).
Family Day: Friday is reserved as family day.
Ladies Day: Thursday is reserved for ladies only. Men are not allowed on Thursday.
Note: Try to avoid visiting during weekends. As this water park is too crowded on the weekends.

Few tips to remember:
    Thursdays are now dedicated to women only at Aqua Park.
    There are separate mosques for gents and ladies.
    Separate changing rooms are available. All swimmers should be properly attired in swim suits, bikini is not allowed.
    Everything inside the park is little expensive so go at least with the water bottles.
    Try to avoid the weekends since the park gets very crowded.
    Always check their website or face book page for updates and promotions.

Location
Arab Gulf Street, near Kuwait Towers, Kuwait City 15400, Kuwait
Contact: +965-22431960/1/3

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