Do not be confused the park with the Water Cube at the Olympic Village in Beijing. The Happy Magic Watercube, located on the far west side of the capital city, opened this summer.
Occupying an area of 33 hectares, the park claims to be the biggest water park in the world, with a maximum capacity of 30,000 people. It houses more than 50 waterslides and 18 attractions like "The Tornado" and the "Octopus Racer."
The park mixes up the traditional Chinese architectures with the modern American breath-taking water entertainment items and a European classical spa concept.
Opening Hours: 10:00am-7:00pm (June 16-June 30); 10:00am-10:00am (July 1-Augst 31)
Entry Fee: 200 yuan; 160 yuan for kids shorter than 1.5 meters
Add: 11 Xiaotun Road, Fengtai District
How to get there: Take Line 1 on the subway to Yuquanlu Station and come out from Exit D2. Walk to the south to take bus No. 338 or 507 and get off at Meishikou Station.