Waterbom Jakarta operates a 2-tier pricing system. Tickets are less expensive during the working week, while prices rise for weekends and public holidays, which sometimes see special events. The North Jakarta location puts Waterbom a little off the tourist map. While it’s popular with Jakarta locals and expats, few tours visit here, although it’s easy to request a stop as part of a private tour or with a private driver. There are fewer rides and slides than at Waterbom Bali.
Things to Know Before You Go
Waterbom Jakarta is a good option for families visiting Jakarta with children.
Height and weight restrictions apply to some rides.
Waterbom Jakarta is a no-cash zone. Charge a wristband with money and receive a refund on any excess when you leave.
Lockers are available for a small fee, and both towels and swimwear are available for rent if required. Life jackets come free of charge.
Jakarta is a fairly conservative city. Women will feel more comfortable in 1-piece suits than in bikinis.
Waterbom Jakarta is not wheelchair-friendly.
How to Get There
Waterbom Jakarta is located in Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK) in North Jakarta, about 9 miles (14 kilometers) northwest of MONAS (National Monument of Indonesia). Bus 1A runs from the Perpustakaan Nasional stop by MONAS directly to Waterbom. The bus journey takes up to 90 minutes, so many travelers may prefer to arrange for a private driver.
When to Get There
Waterbom Jakarta is open from morning until evening seven days a week. Most travelers will appreciate visiting during the working week, when crowds are thinner and prices lower (excluding public holidays). Note that most slides and rides shut down in the early evening.
What Are the Best Rides at Waterbom Jakarta?
Waterbom Jakarta’s signature rides include the Dark Hole slide, the Whizzard slide, and the Twizter vortex. Reach rates as fast as 43 mph (70 kph) on the Speed Slide. Families will appreciate the 4-person rafts on the Hairpin Zone, while the Kiddy Zone features child-size slides and a shallow children’s pool.
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