For the first time, seeing photos of the world's largest indoor water park, you can really think that a picture is made in a sunny day on the sandy shore of the ocean.
But in fact we are in the building that was built in Japan in 1993. The giant construction has a 300 meters long and 100 meters wide and a width of 100 meters opening in sunny weather.
The constant air temperature inside the water park is 30 C, and the water temperature is the pleasant 28 C. In addition, the water park is installed wavelengths that are able to reproduce the waves with a height of several meters.
Seagaia Ocean Dome entered the Guinness Book of Records as the largest indoor water park in the world.
That's just for the owners of the water park the project turned into a failure - from the predicted 2, 5 million visitors per year, his audience reached a maximum of 1, 25 million people. In 2007, due to large losses, Seagaia Ocean Dome was decided to close. As of today, the Waterpark owners have no plans for the resumption of his work.