“The Splashpad” at Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa

The refreshing Splashpad located on the headland of the hotel (far right of the beach along Waha Hotel) is a fun aquatic area with numerous water effects from light mists to touch sensitive sprays and projection jets.” 9am-7pm

Our son couldn’t get enough of the Splash Pad. We tried to do as much as we could during our stay at the Shangri-La, but Gershom would request time and time again to splash around at this fun spot!  Here is a short vid:

The brightly coloured Splashpad features over 20 water activities, some aimed at toddlers and others at older children and adults alike in a fully shaded area, allowing use throughout the day, even in the summer.  Splashpad is a zero depth pool area that contains no standing water – different water movements come from a combination of flowing, misting and jetting, while surface water is channelled away.” (from smartoman.com)

The Splash Pad is labelled “Outdoor Children’s Play Area” on the lovely resort map they give to all overnight guests.

A great place for anyone with small kids. We definitely hope to make it back here!  Have any of you been to the Splashpad at the Shangri-La?


3 responses to ““The Splashpad” at Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa

  1. So glad your son enjoyed our Splashpad!

    We’re the manufacturer of the Splashpad equipment (Based in Montreal, Quebec Canada). If you would like more information about our Splashpads or where they are located please visit our website and contact us!


    • Nice of you to comment on this post. Thanks! You guys did a bangup job with the Splash Pad at Shangri-La. It’s a big hit with all the kids! (young and old!) Merci Beaucoup!

  2. Pingback: “New Year Hot Deal” at Shangri-La’s Barr al Jissah Resort and Spa until Feb. 10th | Andy in Oman

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