This waterpark is a popular attraction in Asia, and is the place to go for a fun time with your family. While the kids race around like crazy, you can relax and enjoy the sun of this tropical location.
After you've had a long day of fun, there are a number of places to get dinner (and maybe a tropical cocktail for the adults) in the complex. If you want a thrill, try the Smash Down. You'll hurtle down this slide at 70kmph, and splash into the pool at the bottom.
Other attractions that are sure to excite your little ones are the water blaster, where visitors aim and fire water balloons at a bull's eye, and the Euro bungy, where you're strapped in and launched nine metres into the sky.
Bali Bubbles Dive Centre
With its thriving marine life and beautiful surrounding seas, Bali is a wonderful place to learn to dive. The Bali Bubbles Dive Centre offers a number of options to those wanting to learn how to dive, or continue their education.
If you're a beginner who wants to test it out for the first time, the Try Scuba Diving or Open Water Diver courses are perfect for you. The latter will take you straight to the ocean, where you'll be left in awe of the exotic species of fish and coral and the wondrous underwater world that awaits you.
This course suits anyone from 10 upwards and takes about 3-4 days. By the last day, you're sure to feel comfortable in the water and be able to explore more independently.
- Posted in Bali