Wibit breaks records in Indonesia
The world’s leading floating water park brand, Wibit, together with its authorised partner for Indonesia, PT. Ecomarine Indo Pelago, today officially opened the world’s largest inflatable aqua park “Aqua Dreamland” at Secret Bay in Gilimanuk, Bali.
The record was officially confirmed by Anna Orford, Guinness World Records adjudicator, together with Putu Artha, the regent of Jembrana, acting as a witness, and thousands of first conquerors of the aqua park in an extraordinary opening ceremony.
The new record-breaking SportsPark spells the letters “INDONESIA” on the water. With a gigantic size of more than 28.900 sqm the so-called WibitTAG “tags” the Balinese coast in a unique and attractive way, giving it a new iconic structure that is even visible from an airplane. The INDONESIA TAG consists of 177 TÜV certified Wibit products that meet the highest quality and safety standards. The different styles of water obstacles offer various ways of activity on the water – from sliding to jumping to climbing there is fun guaranteed for all ages and fitness levels. The aqua park is designed to hold a capacity of up to 600 people at the same time.
Thanks to Wibit’s unrivalled 23 years of expertise in the business and the professional Wibit installation team that has up to now built more than 600 SportsParks in more than 95 countries, the massive INDONESIA message on the water was completely installed in just 5 days with 6 technicians and further helpers.
“The whole region is so proud to open the world’s largest aqua park and the first Wibit SportsPark in Bali. We are sure it will be a huge success for the local business attracting thousands of locals and visitors”, says Yudiansah Yosal, authorized Wibit partner and owner of the Aqua Dreamland park.
Robert Cirjak, President of Wibit Sports confirms: “The complete Wibit Sports team is really excited to hold the official Guinness World Records certificate in hands. People say a picture is worth a thousand words – we believe this word is worth a thousand pictures!”