The World’s Largest Floating Water Park is Coming to Jembrana Bali.
The groundbreaking ceremony held at Gilimanuk,Bali on Monday (8th Apr). The people lives around the area was so excited that the construction of the water park began. The event is attended and fully supported by several government officers, Sekda Jembrana I Made Sudiada, Dandim 1617 Jembrana Letkol Kav Djefry Marsono Hanok and police departments.
Through the event, the CEO, Yudiansah Yosal stated that the construction of this waterpark will not take over the management of the Gilimanuk Bay at all. In fact, the management wants to build Jembrana tourism and increase the income of the community in Gilimanuk.
The people who have been work and live in Gilimanuk will not be shifted but instead are invited to partnering with us. 90% of our workers are locals from Gilimanuk indeed. Those who are engaged in diving, snorkeling and taking guests around the bay by boat or trader will still be fully involved. According to Yudiansah, what he did was a form of seriousness to build Jembrana and every actions taken based on Tri Hita Karana, which is the relationship between man and God, the environment and society.
The construction of the waterpark includes kids playground, Gilimanuk Town for kids under 12 years old and hot air balloon. Everything is environmentally friendly and safe. The water floats made in German and it has been installed in several places such as Batam, Belitung, Ancol, Morotai and Makassar. For Gilimanuk, it’s not just the biggest in Indonesia only but it’s the largest’s in the world. It fits up to 530 people so there’s room for everyone.