Visitors to HAAILAND are greeted by the spectacular Sun Plaza with the centerpiece being the incredible Floating Buddha.
This is an amazing engineering marvel with the figure of the Buddha suspended in midair by powerful jets of water from below.
This zone is themed upon the ancient Shaolin temples of China, which are Buddhist monasteries famed for their long association with Zen Buddhism and martial arts.
Tibet Zone Ancient Buddhist monasteries and the beautiful mountains of Ladakh, come together to form an alluring backdrop in this zone. Visitors will be awe-struck by the replica of the Potala Palace, one of the world's most extraordinary buildings, and the brilliant thangkas, frescoes and images.
The zone has the ambience of a traditional royal Thai palace and offers a glimpse of the majesty and splendor of the rich heritage of Thailand.
The design of this zone is influenced by the ancient Buddhist architecture of temples and stupas found in Indonesia. It is predominantly based on the renowned Borobudur temple, considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
In Burma, you come across more Buddhist Stupas and temples than anywhere else in the world. This zone is themed on the elements of the famous Pagan Temples that are considered to be architectural marvels.
The highlight of this zone is a monumental sunken Buddhist temple that forms the backdrop for a Wave Pool.
After all the fun and frolic, pause for a while to catch your breath. This zone has beautifully designed picnic-resting pavilions, themed after the famed teahouses of Japan, situated amidst a serenely peaceful Zen garden with tributaries of the Lazy River as the backdrop.