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New and improved


Hassan Ramadan, operations manager


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With a total investment of $44 million from LYP Group, a conglomerate managing many businesses in Cambodia, Phnom Penh’s Garden City Water Park is now open to the public


ormerly known as Angkor Water Park, the new waterpark has been built to international standards and is located inside


Garden City, the new satellite city development in Phnom Penh. Featuring a lagoon with three-metre high


waves, a water fall, water slides, a children’s playground, and steam and sauna facilities, leading manufacturers WhiteWater and Polin Waterparks were involved in the development. Garden City Waterpark has four WhiteWater


water slides including the Super Bowl, Abyss, Boomerango, and Constrictor. Guests up for a challenge can try fl owboarding on the park’s FlowRider Double. Polin Waterparks was also heavily involved


in the project, supplying speed slides and play structures.


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How long was Garden City Water Park in development for? It took almost two years to complete the project.


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What are the major rides and attractions? We have family slides of which with 11 are totally unique. Superbowl, Abyss and FlowRider together with our artifi cial wave pool and lazy river capture the heart of local residents here in Cambodia.


Is the park aimed at the domestic market only? Or in the future do you also plan to welcome the international visitor? Our target market is approximately 90 percent local and10 percent international; we plan to expand the number of overseas visitors in the near future.


Did you face any challenges in the construction phase and if so, how did you overcome them? Our biggest challenge during the construction period was the weather, which delayed the construction team fi nishing on time, including minor technical issues from other allies, but we are strong enough as a team to fi nd the fastest solution to any problems that may arise.


How did Covid-19 affect the project? Everyone is very aware of the dangers of the


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virus so we made sure our construction teams passed through our safety protocols and followed our international standards, such as proper handwashing and the wearing of protective masks. We are also following safety protocols and safety standards between guests and staff.


Tell us about the F&B and retail offer? As a new waterpark, we make sure that our food and souvenir shop are very close to our guests’ expectations in terms of pricing strategy and satisfaction.


Do you have onsite accommodation? We don’t have onsite accommodations but we do have a fi ve-star hotel just beside our waterpark where people can have their family vacation and spend time inside our waterpark during their stay.


Do you have any plans for expansion? Yes, we do we have plans for expansion. Part of our owner’s goal is to build more waterparks in another province.


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