Bahamas resort owners are hoping to boost tourism in their islands’ tourist hub by introducing a new attraction in the wake of a deadly terror attack there in October.
A $2.4 million facility will open this summer at the beachside resort of Kalahari and its neighboring islands of Bali and Koh Rong.
A similar facility was launched in the tourist town of Phnom Penh earlier this year.
It will feature more than 30,000 square meters (14,000 sq miles) of outdoor space.
The resort will also offer a lounge, a bar, a pool and more, including a full-service spa.
A similar facility has been launched in Phnom Pong, Thailand, and is scheduled to open in 2020.
The resort’s name was inspired by the ancient Malay word for “sea,” which means “to go into.”