Waterbom Bali to reopen in mid December

KUTA After several months of closure due to the pandemic, Waterbom Bali would reopen for visitors  before Christmas. The Waterboom Bali have announced that they will be reopening their doors to guests every day, starting December 17, 2020, at 10 a.m. by implementing strict health and safety precautions for both guests and staff.

Waterbom Bali was closed in early March 2020 and reopened in August 2020. Unfortunately, the surge in coronavirus cases in Bali made Waterbom Bali’s management to take an initiative to close its park again as a preventive measure to maintain the safety of guests and staff.

In line with the health officials, internal health and safety experts, and WHO guidelines, Waterbom Bali continues to ensure safe and cleanliness are top priorities. Physical distancing initiatives have been implemented across the park to ensure safe queuing for rides and attractions. Additional safety measures include maintaining the park at lower capacity levels, offering discounted tickets via waterbom-bali.com to encourage pre-booking, staff and guest temperature checks, mandatory face coverings at designated locations, sanitization and disinfection stations throughout the park, and physical distancing reminders distributed in all areas.

Returning guests will be able to enjoy the complete Waterbom Bali experience: all rides will be functioning, and all signature services will be available in the lush, outdoor tropical environment that Waterbom Bali is famous for.

“We know that right now — more than ever— people are craving safe, healthy outdoor activities that they can share with their family,” said Sayan Gulino, CEO of Waterbom Bali.

“We are thrilled to be able to welcome back our visitors. We have always had the highest safety and sanitation standards as an internationally recognized waterpark,” Gulino added.

With COVID-19, Gulino said, they had to completely reimagine the customer experience in order to implement the additional safety and sanitation standards that this global pandemic requires. “Keeping our staff and guests healthy and safe is our number one priority,” he emphasized.

Tickets are available now on Waterbom-bali.com. In order to ensure a healthy and safe experience for all, daily park capacity will be limited, so pre-booked ticket purchases are encouraged. On opening day, December 17th, at 10:00 a.m., a limited number of tickets will be available each day for walk-in purchases at the gate.

According to WHO guidelines, Waterbom Bali advises that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions that might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, remain at home. Guests should evaluate their risk in determining whether to attend. People who show no symptoms can spread COVID-19 if they are infected; any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19, and Waterbom Bali cannot guarantee that guests will not be exposed during their visit. (KANALBALI/RLS)