Ocarina Park


Ocarina Park is like Ancol in Batam. Opened in 2008, this area is quite new, and already becomes one of the potential tourist attractions in Batam which must be visited. Occupying an area of approximately 40 hectares, Ocarina Park offers rides are suitable for children and adults. In addition to the play area, Ocarina Park is also often used as a place of major events such as music concerts. The admission price to enter Ocarina Park is 5,000 Rupiah per person, not including the price of games to play in.

For those who want to travel to the beach but do not want to go far away to Nongsa and Sekupang, then Ocarina Mega Tour that located in Batam Center is one option to considered. The distance is very close to the center of the town and it has a beach that is quite extensive and there is also a children's playground. In addition to the beach is quite wide, this amusement park is located in an area of 40 hectares. It also has rides such as Kiddy Land, Giant Wheel, Swimming Pool and objects for Selfie like Swimming Stork and 12 Shio Chinese tradition.

To be able to go to New Ocarina Mega Tour, we need to buy tickets. Especially for adults charged entrance fee of Rp. 10.000, - entrance fee for children is Rp. 5000, - while the four-wheel car parking tariff is Rp. 5.000, -. All paid when entering the territory of New Ocarina Mega Tour Batam.

Along the way, there are 12 Chinese zodiac sculptures of Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. Each sculpture is equipped with an explanation of the properties comprising zodiac in three languages of Indonesian, English and Mandarin.


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