Important information about the largest closed water park in the world in Japan

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Important information about the largest closed water park in the - Important information about the largest closed water park in the world in Japan

The world’s largest closed water park listed in the Guinness Book of Records, which is unique in the world, is 300 meters long and 100 meters wide and is part of the Sheraton Resort in the Miyazaki area of ​​Japan.
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The dome has been uniquely designed to contain the largest folding glass ceiling in the world, and provides a permanent view of the blue sky even on rainy and cloudy days, and temperatures remain moderate up to 30 degrees Celsius throughout the year and water temperature of 28 degrees Celsius.
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This amazing dome includes a volcano that is active every 15 minutes and sparks fake fire in a magnificent view, sand and artificial palm trees, along with many indoor facilities such as hot swimming pools, children’s pools, floating pond, and a large lake where the water that forms waves Industrial for tourists of all ages to enjoy.
The dome contains an ocean that holds more than 13,500 tons of clear salt water, which extends over a long artificial coastal strip of polished marble, as well as plastic rainforests and beautiful artificial animals.
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This unique beach accommodates more than 10,000 tourists a day enjoying surfing, and this wonderful beach was opened in 1993, and set records for the number of visitors that reached more than 1.25 million visitors in 1995.

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