Nothing sounds better on a tropically hot day than splashing about in a water park.
Not only will you be able to keep cool in the refreshing pools, you’ll be able to keep the kids busy and have a super fun day out!
There are a few different water parks in Bali where you can have some truly wholesome family fun, or even head out with your friends for a laugh.
Keep on reading to find out where to have the time of your life.
6 Wettest and Wildest Water Parks in Bali
Ideally located close by to the tourist hotspots, the water parks in Bali are a great spot to head for a day of fun in the sun.
With all kinds of slides, rides, games and pools, these parks will entertain the WHOLE fam!
Number one on our list is the most well-known waterpark in Bali, and one of the best in Asia – Waterbom.
Make sure you are ready for a day full of thrill and entertainment as this spot never disappoints!
Featuring the steepest water slide in Asia ‘The Climax’, it isn’t just for the kids, even the most adventurous travellers will be entertained.
There is also the ‘Funtastic’ area for the youngest ones, and lots of spots to rest and unwind – including the lazy river, though you are still likely to get a little bit wet.
Packed with restaurants and places to grab a bit to eat, you can literally be here from opening til close, making the most of your affordable ticket!
If you will only go to one Water Park in Bali, it must be Waterbom. Located in the heart of Kuta it is super easy to get to with lots of amenities close by.
Located in the popular Finn’s Recreation Club, Splash Water Park is fun for everyone!
Small but packed with thrilling rides, you can spend a jam packed afternoon tackling all the slides, and splashing about with your friends.
The ‘Super Bowl’ is a crazy whirl of fun that’s unlike any other slide. You’ll be zoomed down and shot out into a bowl like space, whirling round and round before being plopped out into the pool below.
For those wanting to take a moment to relax can head to the Lagoon Pool, or lounge on a sun bed. The food at the park is FAB and will keep you fuelled for exploring all the fun slides and rides.
Make sure to pop in and splash around, during your visit to Canggu!
Bali Wake Park offers something a little different than the other water parks in Bali.
It has a huge 5 hectare space with a cable park where you can try out wakeboarding, kneeboarding, waterskiing and skurfing! As you are being towed along by the cable system, you don’t need to worry about the momentum and can focus on getting the technique right.
There is also the Aqualand part of the park which is a super cool, inflatable obstacle course which you can challenge your friends and family to – trying to avoid falling in the water.
For a full day of fun or an afternoon activity, this is a great option to tire out the kids and do something special.
With an infinity pool and bar, the parents can sit back and relax while the kids go wild! Located in Benoa, its a bit out of the way but totally worth the drive.
CitraLand Waterpark is a local fave set in bustling Denpasar – off the tourist trail.
If your little ones love anything pirate-themed, this is gonna be their dream come true! You can let their imaginations run wild while they play on the super safe slides, and dip their toes into the pools.
The smallest ones can enjoy the ‘Adventure Pool’ that features a pirate ship, slides and splashing water, whilst the older ones (and the adventurous ones) can try more extreme slides.
Adults aren’t forgotten about, you can enjoy the reflexology pool, and everyone is invited to the foam party!
Dreamland Waterpark is another of Bali’s waterparks that’ll keep the youngsters happy and the adults entertained. Located in Uluwatu, it is one of the lesser visited spots by tourists, making it a hidden gem 😉
Featuring 17 slides, all named after Indonesian birds – Rajawali, Rangkong, Merak – the slides are 8-10 meters high, just the right amount to get a rush of adrenaline pumping through your body.
Don’t fancy being in the water? Dreamland WaterPark also has paint ball where you can challenge your friends to a little friendly war.
There isn’t a whole load of attractions for kids in North Bali. While the adults can be mesmerised by the stunning nature and landscapes, the children might be seeking something a bit more thrilling.
Introducing Krisna Water Park!
It’s a pretty small water park in Bali, but packs a PUNCH of BIG adventure for the kids.
There are two big slides, the ‘Boomerang’ and ‘Rapids’, that are only for the brave ones. The kids’ pools are colourful and interactive with fun sprinklers that even the smallest ones will love splashing in.
Sloshing in the wave pool will keep everyone in the family entertained for hours!
Tired of the fun rides? Enjoy the mellow ‘Lazy River’ or simply relax under a gazebo.
The kids have already worn out all the usual kiddy activities, bribe them into some good behaviour with a day at a water park in Bali!
With impressive slides and rides, pools and lazy rivers, visiting a water park is fun for everyone – even for those without kids.
Check out one of these spots and let us know what you think below.
Featured image: Waterbom