Studio City Water Park welcomed nearly a thousand guests and families for a most exciting water adventure.
The much-anticipated and newest entertainment attraction – The Studio City Water Park (SCWP) officially opened on Saturday, welcoming guests to one of the most exciting water adventures in the region.
The Opening Ceremony was attended by numerous media and officiating guests including Ms. Helena de Senna Fernandes, Director of Macau Government Tourism Office and Mr. Zhao Su, Assistant to Economic Affairs Department of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao SAR together with Melco Senior Executives including Dr. Kent Wong, Chief Advisor and Mr. David Sisk, Chief Operating Officer, Macau Resorts followed by an exclusive tour around the Water Park.
The Studio City Water Park is an aquatic wonderland, offering resort-style comfort and family fun for guests of all ages. The water park features a variety of exhilarating and family-friendly water rides and attractions such as: Highpoint Twister with its five colorful high-octane slides; Golden Bucket, which features more than 60 water features; RiverScape, a 450-meter action river for all ages, complete with hidden beaches and splash pools; and, last but not least, Little Lagoon, a kid-friendly area boasting a fountain and slides that are perfect for children.
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