Waterbom Bali provides water-themed activities for the whole family, with slides, saltwater pools, adrenaline-pumping rides, and kiddie pools—plus dining, shopping, and shaded gazebos. The park is set in a tropical garden and provides habitat for endangered species, with more than 50 percent of its area maintained as natural green space.
Waterbom Bali offers enough activities to fill an entire day, or even two. Race on the dueling “Fast ‘n Fierce” or “Twin Racer” slides, test your balance on the “Flowrider” wave field, take a spin in the “Superbowl” aqua-tube, or zip down the terrifying “Climax” slide, which contains a loop and near vertical drop. You can also relax on the waterfall-filled lazy river, get a treatment at the onsite spa, or sip cocktails at the swim-up bar.
Basic 1- or 2-day admission tickets are available, as well as bundles that include VIP express entry, lunch, gazebo rentals, and family photos. You can also book a private transfer to the park, which includes 1-day admission as well as hotel pickup and drop-off.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Remember to bring sun protection and a swimsuit.
- The “Splash Band” wristband is your key to cash-free transactions within the park—scan it to get food, spa treatments, towel rentals, lockers, and more.
- Five different restaurants, cafés, and bars around the park offer quick eats, drinks, and sit-down meals.
- Spa services include massage, reflexology, nail care, and hair braiding.
- Most paths throughout the park are accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.
How to Get There
Waterbom Bali is located in downtown Kuta, 21 miles (40 kilometers) south of Ubud. The park is 1.8 miles (three kilometers) from Ngurah Rai International Airport, and is within walking distance of Kuta Beach and the Discovery Shopping Mall. As public transit is not prevalent in Bali, taxis or private transfers are good ways to travel.
When to Get There
With year-round temperatures averaging around 80°F (27°C), tropical Bali is a good place to visit year-round. The waterpark is open daily from 9am to 6pm and is closed only on the day of Nyepi, a Balinese public holiday.
A Must-Experience Ride at Waterbom Bali
The park’s “Constrictor” slide slithers an impressive 792 feet (241 meters) through the park’s lush tropical gardens. The ride’s entrance is located in a back corner of the park, near the similar “Python” and “Green Viper” slides. Rde by yourself or hop in a double raft with a family member or friend.