Germany’s Tropical Islands Resort is the planets’s largest indoor water park. Located on the site of a former Soviet military air base, the resort occupies a hangar built originally to house airships designed to haul long-distance cargo. The hangar, which is 360 metres long, 210 metres wide and 107 metres high and is tall enough to enclose the Statue of Liberty.
The temp stays at 80F and the sky’s always blue
The tropical island paradise in in Brandenburg, Germany is inside a building so big it could easily fit eight football fields
Inside the paradise there is the world’s biggest indoor ‘rainforest’, which features over 50,000 plants and spans over a 10,000 metre square area
There are themed sections like the Tropical Village, Rainforest (with over 50,000 plants), and Bali Lagoon, which boasts a spa, waterfall, and hot air balloon! The park’s even tricked out with bungalows you can rent overnight, a full restaurant, and a beach bar for all your favorite German-styled island libations.
Fountains surround the little palaces, where you can stay overnight
The only catch, the place can reportedly handle 6,000 beachgoers at one time; and with only 400 beach-beds.
A nightclub-style bar keeps the alcohol flowing
The bedrooms inside the wooden cabins allow visitors to stay overnight