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Waterbom Bali, Kuta

(4.6/5 based on 9,000+ reviews on the web)
Swim, splash, and slide at Waterbom Bali, an entertainment complex catering to visitors of all ages. Situated just minutes from the area's international airport, this water park features slides, splash pools, circular tubes, half pipes, and lazy rivers. Nearly 4 hectares (9 acres) of landscaped gardens surround the complex, providing a tropical backdrop for family-friendly fun. Check the website for discounts on all-day passes, which allow unlimited reentry throughout the day. Once you get your fill of fun and excitement, explore the park's many eating options, serving traditional Balinese foods as well as Italian, French, and Indonesian favorites. Plan your visit to Waterbom Bali and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Kuta tour planner.
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  • Great water park! Spent a great day here (6 Jan) with my family of 6. There were barely any queues. We were wondering about whether to rent a gazebo but due to the small crowds there are lots of loung...  more »
  • We spent a day at Waterbom on our recent Bali trip. Although it was busy, there wasn't huge queues for rides - the biggest being around 15 minutes. The park is well staffed and serviced. Food is reaso...  more »
  • Loved this water park. Hardly any queues when we visited. Rides were fun and I can't wait to go again. The lazy river is the perfect spot to chill in between rides. 
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  • A good water park with a nice range of slides for all ages plus the usual "Lazy River" A good range of places to eat and have a frosty glass of Bintang. They also have a few massage places plus that weird fish tank to put your feet in - never saw the point of that! Most (if not all) of the places are cashless so you load up money onto your wristband and use that to pay. Saves walking round with soggy notes in your pocket! Just be warned that their safety may not be up to the same standard as water parks in more "modern" countries. I'm not saying the rides are dangerous just that if you want to do something stupid they don't seem to stop you. You see people going down slides with cameras in their hands, that sort of thing. Make sure you have a go on the water balloon catapults - great fun!
  • It was a great day out, some of the slides are really wild. I went on one that was just a vertical drop and the floor drops from your feet! Once you're inside you get a wristband to load money onto, you will receive any money back you do not use. There are plenty of places to eat and drink but once you are inside the prices are much more expensive than you will be used to in Bali. Most of the rides are included in the single price ticket however there are some trampolines, water surfing rides and water bomb fights you have to pay extra for. They take pictures of you all throughout the park which is so great but the prices they charge to buy them or download them are absolutely extortionate, that was a major negative for me. Great day out in all.
  • So awesome place! Good organization and helpful staff. High prices for food and drinks inside but you can go out for having meal and back. We just sorry that came at 10 not at 9! We lost whole hour! Wonderful! Very impressed!
  • My wife and I had a blast here. Some excellent rides that were thrilling and exciting - or if you want something a bit tamer they have those as well. Great system for paying for extra things like food and drinks with a wrist band that you load with money. Lots of fun, but as with anything with lots of people and water you might get crook for a few days afterwards.
  • We enjoyed this park a lot. It's beautifully maintained with well kept landscaping. It's a pleasure to walk around. We went early just after opening and we only waited for 1-2 people in front of us to go on the slides. After lunch it was busier but not bad. The staff are friendly and take pleasure in their jobs. The slides themselves are a lot of fun. There are ones for smaller kids and old kids(adults). One for the family and others two people together. It was going to be quite expensive but if you are an expat or local you get a big discount when showing your sim/ktp/Kitas. One thing was after the sun heated up the ground my feet were getting burnt on the stone paths that weren't wet. So next time I would bring some cheap flip flops to wear around the park and stick somewhere when doing a ride. If you wear glasses you have to take them off to ride but can keep them in your hand. The lazy river is a nice break between slides, it lets you get your nerve/energy back after the last extreme slide. We were tired after 5 hours of fun and headed out after 2pm.