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Wet’n’Wild Haikou opens ready for holiday season


Located in Mission Hills Centreville Haikou, the 240,000 square-metre retail, dining, and entertainment precinct, Wet’n’Wild Haikou is the city’s first international water park and offers a line-up of more than 30 iconic slides, pools, and attractions. Design company Water Technology will be lead design consultant, with WhiteWater West Industries supplying all of the park's attractions. Wet’n’Wild Haikou boasts slides for all ages, a host of family-friendly attractions including the idyllic Wild Water Bay, a Wave Pool, and a digital screen. “Wet’n’Wild Haikou will provide Hainan holiday makers and locals with a truly international water park experience that will transport them into a never-before- seen world of wild water adventures,” said Wet’n’Wild Haikou general manager, Lee Carter.


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illage Roadshow Theme Parks, Guangxi Investment Group, and Mission Hills Group have announced that Hainan’s new water park, Wet’n’Wild Haikou, is now open.


“Our mission is to be a world leader in safety and provide world-class water slides, facilities, food and service to generate repeat visitation and enjoyment for all visiting guests.” Wet’n’Wild Haikou is operated by Village Roadshow Theme Parks, part of Village


Roadshow Limited, and Australia’s largest theme park operator with Sea World, Warner Bros. Movie World, Wet ‘n’ Wild Gold Coast, Village Roadshow Studios, Sea World Resort & Water Park and Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas in the United States.


Polin announces new group structure


The Polin brand has taken a new step, as the process required to finalise the establishment of Polin Holding under the brand name Polin Group will continue to be housed under one of four main umbrellas: Amusement Attractions, Composites Manufacturing, Park Development and Funtastic Parks. Within this context, there have been some organizational changes. Dr.


Kubilay Alpdogan has been appointed to General Manager of Polin Waterparks. Also Bilge Pakis has been appointed to the position of Sales and Design Director after having served as Design Manager of Polin Waterparks for 13 years. Polin Group Business Development Director Eyup Ispiroglu will be


Gardaland introduces Easy Rider service to increase park accessibility


Gardaland is introducing an exclusive initiative aimed at people with mobility, sensorial and cognitive impairments, providing them with a personalised itinerary. In conjunction with ProgettoYeah!


Gardaland has created Easy Rider, a service designed to ensure that visitors with disabilities can enjoy the park to the fullest. Guests with visual limitations, reduced mobility, autism, down syndrome can also use the Easy Rider service to organise their day inside the park.


Gardaland is the first Park to offer a personalised, tailor made service to Guests with special needs, and Easy Rider offers guests the chance to relax and enjoy the day without any worries about navigating the park grounds. The assigned Easy Rider staff will put together a customised itinerary based on the needs of the group and guide guests to the entrance of each ride, describing its characteristics before climbing aboard.


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responsible for creating new products and services for the group companies. Marketing and Corporate Communications Director Sohret Pakis will oversee marketing and communication activities of the Polin Group. Strategy and Human Resources Director Muge Tolunay Gundogdu will handle all processes related to human resources. And Financial Affairs Director Erdal Bulut will manage all finances.


JUNE 2018


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