the world’s first Buddhist waterslide park. Started from a barren, uninhabited land which had a natural stream flowing across endemic forest and natural scenery. The name “Suoi Tien” (Fairy Stream) derived from a story about 7 sacred girls died and became fairies in this land.
Later the land was turned into a forestry farm before being developed into what we see today – the biggest cultural theme park of Ho Chi Minh city. The main themes of the park are about Buddism with buildings of worship Kings Hung, a man-made Hell displaying life after death depending on your karma; legends of Vietnamese people such as: Thanh Giong, Lac Long Quan – Au Co, and Chu Dong Tu – Tien Dung which are twisted into all physical work of statues, monuments, etc. and numerous of cultural festivals held on the occasions of Lunar New Year, Mid-Autumn Festival and Hung King Anniversary.
There is no exagerration when saying that this is Vietnam Disneyland where gathers all the world class entertainment facilities: numerous kinds of game, from scary, thrilling to adventurous ones such as: Mystery of the Forest, 4D Theatre, Roller Coaster and Air Bycicle. Also, a pond with over 1,500 crocodiles where visitors are invited to feed them with raw meat attached to fishing poles makes this place a must-see attraction and wonderful amusement park in Ho Chi Minh city. Suoi Tien Amusement Park