地址: Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa 7 X, Pedungan, Denpasar Selatan, Kota, Denpasar
Bali Wake Park is one of Asia’s largest water parks with five hectares of artificial lakes called Cable Park where it is possible to use wakeboards, kneeboards, water skis and skurfs. The experiences in the park are followed by instructors who offer support to beginners and children who slide across the surface of the water in total safety. For experts, there are also obstacles and platforms for having fun and pushing the limits, also thanks to a system of innovative cables which take the place of the boats which usually pull along participants. This exclusive structure allows a maximum of eight wakeboarders to enjoy their own adventure simultaneously. Bali Wake Park also hosts Aqualand, an itinerary composed of a number of inflatables where you can challenge friends and family to contests of balance in the water. And if you need a pleasurable break, the area offers bars and restaurants, as well as everything else required for enjoying a day to remember during your vacation to Bali.
9 Balinese Dance Declared As UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage
In Bali there is a huge variety of dance performances: ceremonial dances and entertainment dances. Nine of these are declared World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, a recognition established on the basis of the uniqueness and antiquity of the ritual.