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High Park Samui
High Park Samui

High Park Samui

83/3 moo 2, Koh Samui, Surat Thani, 84320

The Basics

There’s no charge to enter High Park Samui, but while the pools are free to use, you’ll need tickets to enjoy most of the attractions. Choose between all-inclusive passes, slides-only passes, or individual tickets for the freefall, zipline, climbing walls, and bumper cars. Children under 9 years old and under 4 feet 3 inches tall (130 centimeters tall) get in free but can’t ride the slides. Book tickets online, or turn up in person so you can confirm which attractions are operating.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • High Park Samui is a good option for party-loving travelers and lively families.

  • The big slides are 50 feet high (15 meters high) and hurl you through the air and into the water at a rate that can cause bruising. Follow the safety instructions carefully.

  • Koh Samui is a challenging destination for travelers who use wheelchairs, and High Park Samui is no exception.

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How to Get There

High Park Samui sits on a hilltop in Chaweng, Koh Samui’s busiest resort area, about 1.5 miles (2.5 kilometers) from Chaweng Walking Street. It’s off the main songthaew (covered pickup truck) routes and, with no public transport, your best options are to drive, book a driver, or arrange a package that includes transfers.

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When to Get There

High Park Samui is open from midday into the evening, seven days a week. Most families will want to avoid the foam-party and pool-party days, when the place feels much more like a day club than a water park.

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Best Day Clubs on Koh Samui

Many travelers treat High Park Samui as a day club—an adrenaline-filled alternative to the beach—but there are other great options on the island. Set right on the sand, ARKBar Beach Club is a popular choice for travelers staying in Chaweng. Alternatively, upgrade to the elegant luxury of Woobar at the W in Mae Nam or the ever-popular Nikki Beach in Lipa Noi.

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