uShaka Marine World has just been voted as the “TOP CHOICE 2015” by www.lianorg.com, a tourist information website that offers comprehensive travel information to Asian tourists and voted third in the country’s local entertainment destination by Sunday Times Generation Next for the fifth consecutive year.
CEO of uShaka Marine World, Stella Khumalo, said that adding these two awards to uShaka’s growing number of accolades was testament to the fact that Africa’s largest marine theme park was a major draw card for both international and local visitors. This underscored its dedication to providing value in terms of both attractions and the overall experience and upholds its focus on customer service.
“TOP CHOICE” ranks attractions, amusement parks and destinations according to reviews in markets such as Japan, China, Mongolia, Korea & other Asian countries. uShaka netted this coveted award after receiving positive reviews from Asian visitors and judges of this Asian Ranking system.
“We thank all of our staff for their contribution in making uShaka a TOP CHOICE destination for 2015,” Khumalo said, acknowledging the contribution of the uShaka team.
Now in its 11th year, the 2015 Sunday Times Generation Next Brand Survey Awards, reveal what the South African youth aged between 8 and 22, deem cool. This is usually one of the most difficult audiences of all to please!
“”We are delighted to have been acknowledged and voted for by the youth of South Africa and we will continue to ensure we offer a world of leisure, fun, entertainment and excitement while boasting a safe, secure and clean environment with non-stop entertainment extending from the day-time operations of Sea World, Wet ‘n Wild, dangerous creatures, uShaka Kids World and uShaka Beach, to the night time festivities of the Village Walk,” Khumalo said.
She added that uShaka was always working hard to ensure that it kept up with the times through introducing new features to the park which would continue to make it an exciting visit for all generations and nationalities.