Ride the roller coaster and shop: Bali’s first indoor theme park Trans Studio Bali opens this Thursday

Trans Studio Bali is scheduled to open on December 12, 2019. Photos: Trans Studio Bali / Instagram
Trans Studio Bali is scheduled to open on December 12, 2019. Photos: Trans Studio Bali / Instagram

If you’ve been passing Jl. Imam Bonjol in Denpasar and wondering what a ride on that roller coaster on top of the mall might be like, you can try it out for yourself pretty soon, as Bali’s first indoor theme park, Trans Studio Bali, will open its doors to the public this coming Thursday. 

That’s right, folks, after first announcing plans to develop Trans Studio on the Island of the Gods back in 2017, the full Trans Studio experience has now finally come to Bali, following establishments of Trans Studio in other locations across the country, including in Makassar, South Sulawesi and Bandung, West Java. 

In case you’re wondering, this indoor theme park shares its location with Trans Studio Mall, one of the island’s newest shopping centers that was only opened earlier this year in March. 

Some of the rides at the theme park include “Formula Racer” go-kart racing, “AMC Fear The Walking Dead” zombie-fighting simulation and the highly anticipated roller coaster ride “Boomerang Challenge Coaster.” But it will also include zones designated for Instagram-worthy takes, as the Bali location prides itself as “the most Instagrammable theme park.” 

“Trans Studio Bali is the best Trans Studio theme park we have at the moment. Not just in Indonesia, but we can even claim to be the best in Southeast Asia at the moment,” Dony Oskaria, chief executive for hospitality and entertainment at CT Corp Group, said.

Tickets for Trans Studio Bali are IDR375K (US$26.76) for local residents and IDR600K for foreigners, which you can buy right now on their website.

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