Reckless Abandon

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Ho Thuy Tien waterpark, just outside the city of Hue, between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh.

Abandoned before opening for reasons never quite clarified – its existence denied by some travel agencies – the waterpark has become something of a cult destination for tourists, as nature slowly reclaims its territory.

Twelve years after completion, the park sits empty, except, perhaps, for a family of crocodiles rumoured to live there.

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3 thoughts on “Reckless Abandon

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Might be the only reason to go to Hue. Jaysus. That place was BORING. Best view was in the rear-view mirror.

  2. Rois

    Describing it as between Hanoi and Ho Ch Minh is like saying it’s somewhere between Copenhagen and Madrid.

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