Smile Land Water Park in Kirkuk

Smile Land is the first water park to be opened in Kirkuk. The park has been built on an area of 30 thousand square meters, which besides the water play attractions also includes a big funfair.

The project was carried out by Polin Company, a Turkish manufacturer of water slides and water parks.

The park provides an opportunity for tourists to escape the summer heat.

Currently, only men and children are allowed to enter water park, however, supervisors of the attraction site say they plan to devote certain days of the week for women visitors.

Smile Land Water Park in Kirkuk

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