Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya adds Monsoon Island

Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya - Monsoon Island THE WATER PARK at Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya now includes a Monsoon Island as well as water sprays, water gun shooters, water ratchet, water umbrella, water flower, waterspout, and a jumbo water bucket mounted on a tower.

Monsoon Island is located near to Oceans restaurant and the pool terrace, and joins the five swimming pools, 12 waterslides, the waterfalls, lazy river and the rope bridges of the jungled Lost World water park, which leads directly onto Wong Amat Beach.

The resort has also introduced an action-packed program of games and entertainment – free for guests at Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort.

The program is organized and maintained by Carpe Diem Entertainment Company, the largest company in southeast Europe providing entertainment for tourists. Activities are held seven days a week. Aqua aerobics are held daily, and there are regular sessions of water basketball and water volleyball.

A family fun contest takes place at the poolside, with games everyone can join in such as ring tossing, sandals shooting and Muay Talay, or pipe wrestling.

On the beach and in the resort are activities and tournaments that include volleyball, zumba, yoga, breakdancing, kayaking, table tennis, and rock climbing on the resort’s rock wall.

There is a Kids’ Club with professional supervisors entertaining the youngsters, leaving parents to spend a little time relaxing on their own. The children also have their own Mini Disco and an Aqua Disco.

Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya the only fully themed hotel in Pattaya, designed around a Lost World theme, and set directly on its own beachfront at Northern Pattaya.

For more information and reservations, call. +66 038 301 234 or e-mail to cmbr@chr.co.th

 

 

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