Hot summers make people more inclined to various water-related playgrounds. The emergence of water park projects satisfies this need and can be said to be a work of art in summer scenic spots.
So for investors of water park projects, which model should the water park choose to develop? Based on years of experience, we have come up with two development models that are more suitable for water park projects at this stage.
1. Select the development mode from the perspective of the operation mode of the water park project
From an operating mode standpoint, there are two options for operating a single water park independently and a non-independent operating auxiliary water park.
Relatively speaking, independently operating a water park is more suitable for large tourist attractions where multiple projects gather, such as tourist complexes and large resorts. As one of the core projects of tourist attractions, the water park project is relatively large in scale, with many products and water slides. Facilities and stand-alone systems that can be operated independently. Non-independently operated supporting water parks are suitable for small and medium tourist attractions, amusement parks, theme parks (such as Sea World), resort hotels, real estate communities, etc. The water park does not need to operate independently, it is only used as a support project.
2. Select the development method from the perspective of the cultural connotation and landscape characteristics of the water park project
From the perspective of cultural content and landscape characteristics, there are two types of theme water park projects, non-theme water parks and traditional water parks.
Theme water park is an advanced form of water park project development. It takes water as the core and based on a specific cultural theme, combines water park equipment, landscapes and activities, and uses scientific technology and methods to form theme-themed playground scenery and activities.
A modern playground with water entertainment, leisure facilities and services. Compared with traditional water parks, the difference between the two is mainly reflected in whether there is a theme culture embedded and operated in landscape, equipment, operation, etc.
The key to investing in a theme water park is to grasp the relationship with attractions, especially in terms of site selection and interaction with attractions. The combination of themed and creative activities, creative landscape and flexible marketing strategies is the key to the success of the theme water park project.
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