A Magical Entertainments - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 836-1800
Fun Factory - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 735-4041
Fun Factory - Waikiki - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 922-8540
Gamemaster - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 847-3828
Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 945-3928
Molokai Outdoor Activities LLC - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 553-4477
Nikki's Arcade - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 537-5180
Ron - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 946-4326
Top Tour & Travel - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 956-1333
Velvet Video - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 924-0868
Waikiki Gun Club - Honolulu, HI - Phone: (808) 922-6442
Amusement and water parks are commercially operated parks with food stalls, enjoyable rides and shows for fun and recreational use. In Honolulu, many amusement parks are organized around some theme. Water parks mainly have various kinds of water rides in Honolulu. Some water rides are usually gentler and shorter than roller coasters, and many are suitable for all ages. Water rides are especially popular on hot summer days. Water parks, as the name speaks, include more of water, that need you to get wet but knowing how to swim is not so necessary, while amusement parks may only have dry rides.
Amusement parks in Honolulugenerate a portion of their income through the sale of food and drink to their patrons while many restaurants and food stands are operated by the amusement parks themselves, while others are branches of regional or national chains. We can also find many theme parks based on water, which are termed as water parks. Even many amusement parks have a different section for water rides along with usual fun rides, so that all age group people can enjoy their time.
The revenue is collected from admission fees that are paid by guests who visit the parks, also through food courts, parking and souvenirs. Even after entering, there might be need of payment for few rides within the park which is based on the attraction and complexity as well as popularity of that ride.
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