When we were planning this vacation in Bali, we knew we had to allocate a day for the WaterBoom park. “Described as an oasis in the middle of the famous Kuta stretch, Waterbom Bali sets itself in lush tropical garden with many great rides and attractions. Exciting water slides slice through 3.8 hectares of landscaped tropical parks, with sea view (from the highest slides), providing hours of fun and entertainment for the young and the young at heart!”
Our daughters had never experienced something like this, so we were determined to offer them this fun experience. Our youngest, Nithya was a little overwhelmed with the buckets full of water dropping from the sky, and happily spent the day in the mini water park for kids. Divya had the time of her life enjoying every bit of the experience!
We enjoyed boat rides in artificial rivers together as a family and all kinds of fun! These water park has also restaurants inside which is very convenient.
Our lunch time was full of laughter watching other people falling in the Flow Rider, trying to surf artificial waves.
Note: be careful with your belongings. With these high levels of fun, you may get your cameras and wallets into the water, like we almost did! Ha Ha!
I got excited with the idea of trying a few water slides. The fear did not win over my excitement and I tried a few of the most challenging and exciting slides available. Some of them looked a little bit too crazy scary to me, but I had a lot of fun with the ones I tried. I felt to confident and brave that I was able to convince my reluctant partner to try one slide!
Overall this was a very positive and fun experience that we recommend. It was amazing to see our kids so excited and happy. This made us dream about the day we will take our daughters to the Disneyland. We’re sure they will love it!
This is the link of the Waterbom Bali, where you can check by yourself all the details and slides available.
We paid a total of 1.780.000Idr (= 117 euros = 8.650Inr) for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children).
Original Text by Sonia Indigo
Edition by Mariana C.
Images from personal archives.
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