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    Nov 2011

    Balong Waterpark, Full of Splash and Fun in Water Games

    Holiday is the right time to spend time with family. Visiting water games can be an alternative to fill your vacation. You must try tour water and water sports Balong Waterpark at Pleret Street, Kilometer 1.5, Banguntapan, Bantul, Yogyakarta.

    "Balong Waterpark provides many facilities such as water coaster rides, family slide, slide race, omah bocor, ember tumpah, gazebo, food court, and underwater photograph service.

    Underwater photograph (facilities photographed in the water) is one of leading facilities that owned Balong Waterpark. It is very attractive and still rare. To enjoy this facility, visitors are charged with IDR 20,000 per sheet.

    Want to challenge your adrenaline? Water coaster is the most interesting to try. Water coaster is shaped spacecraft, slide or water slide with on height 12 meters. There is a Twin Speed Slide with on height 9 meters and speed reaching 60 km /h are also very interesting to try. Water Play set and Ember Tumpah is specifically for children's with slides and interspersed outpouring of water from the spilled bucket.

    Even thousands of visitors flocked to Balong Waterpark during the holiday. Balong waterpark accompany the holiday with a thrilling water slide as well as a place to relax with family.

    Balong Waterpark was declared in February 2010 and is built on an area of 8000 m2. Visitors can enjoy all the facilities at Balong Waterpark by paying Rp 15.000 per person every Monday to Saturday. While Sundays and holidays will be charged Rp. 20.000. However for a group of students will apply a special discount of up to 50 percent.

    Balong Waterpark opened at 10:00 am and 6:00 pm. There was provided public facilities that very comprehensive such as lockers, mosque, food courts and shop merchants. (Caecilia Novi Rahayu)

    Balong Waterpark Location:
    Jalan Pleret Km. 1,5, Banguntapan, Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

    Opened at 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

    Source: tourjogja.com

    photos: mandrabersaudara.files.wordpress.com

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