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Adjoined to the site of Taipei's Museum of Drinking Water is the Taipei Water Park. Taipei Water Park consists of an outdoor and indoor area, with fun water activities for both children and adults.
At Taipei Water Park, visitors can enjoy slides, water rides, swimming pools a SPA pond and other leisure equipment. The Taipei Water Park is open longer during the Summer - from the 1st of July until the 31st of August, while other months open till 6pm. Entrance tickets are sold till one hour prior to the opening hours.
Taipei Water Park has also become the host to Taipei's famous Summer pool parties. Hosted by Frog in a Sock, Taipei city's infamous events company, these pool parties began as intimate poolside affairs and have since evolved to pack out the water park with youngsters, bikini babes and even families looking to splash around and cool down during the scorching weather. The Frog in a Sock pool parties are only held during Summer, but they feature live DJs and are among the most talked about events in Taipei's Summer social calendar. For tourists in town during Summer, this is a great way to meet young Taipei residents and enjoy some poolside beats. The event is also pretty family-friendly and many parents enjoy the party while kids splash in the pool.
This is a great way to safely entertain the kids and find some despite from the brutal Taipei Summer sunshine. And there is a water museum that is worth taking a look.
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