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Siyam World launches Indian Ocean's biggest floating water park

The largest floating water park in the Indian Ocean has been installed at the new resort Siyam World, Maldives ahead of its October opening. 

The 2580sq m course has been designed by the German floating waterpark company, Wibit Sports. Siyam Water World will offer unlimited free access for guests aged six and above.

Linked by banked curves and bridges, the circuit of challenging obstacles includes halfpipes, slides, a climbing tower and a 3.2m springboard as well as ‘Flip’, the first free-floating human catapult on the water.

The five star resort is located in the popular Noonu Atoll and aims to bring guests the broadest offering of experiences in the Maldives. The natural island’s 54 hectares will offer 14 restaurants and bars including four different specialty restaurants for dinner as well as experiences ranging from aqua aerobics to kids Zumbini classes, dance shows, pool parties, group wellness sessions, sunset cruises and snorkeling safaris

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