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Kelly C wrote a review 16 Feb.
35 contributions2 helpful votes
Taman Festival Bali, Padang Galak BEAUTIFUL AND CREEPY Abandoned Abandoned theme park from the 1990s is located in Sanur Bali Indonesia that became a ghost town. It is surrounded by jungle and trees taking over the structures. Now it has graffiti decorating its structures, graffiti park now. It is said it was struck by lightning on Friday 13th and had financial and land issues they couldn’t come back from it. It is said that the Balinese people believe this abandoned site is occupied by spirits and thought to be one of the most haunted places in Bali, attracting spirits from all over the island. They say it’s a ghost town and there are spirits in there. I believe in that and when you go you can feel an eerie vibe for sure. Wow, what an unbelievable place. I was overwhelmed by the amazing and incredible graffiti art. I went during the day and happy I did... lol I was the only one there and I started to creep myself out. The property is huge and lots of areas to explore. WEAR Shoes are better than sandals as there is a lot of broken glass and titles. The men at the gate were very friendly. The one-man says he stays there and will share stories with you. I love the locals they are always so friendly and willing to chat with you. I paid $2 for a fee and could park my scooter right there. It’s very casual and not a formal ticket booth Highly recommended during the light.. lol…
Date of experience: March 2020
Vikki G wrote a review Jul. 2020
Peterborough, Canada101 contributions27 helpful votes
Beach fee $2,000/ person Entrance fee $20,000/person Lots of fun and interesting art work. We took flash lights to see better in the upstairs in the theatre and walking through parts by the mountain. Lots of mosquitos take bug spray.
Date of experience: July 2020
The Travel L wrote a review Mar. 2020
Riga, Latvia6 contributions2 helpful votes
It was such a cool place to explore. It wasn't scary like we expected. But more like extremely impressed with all the graffiti and buildings. There's an entrance fee 20K IDR and that makes it feel even safer. And there are no people around, so it's a real adventure.
Date of experience: February 2020
Caryn Jen wrote a review Mar. 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,871 contributions321 helpful votes
We had Bakso across the park first before entering. There's a guard sitting at the entrance collecting money. Typical! Putting a table there and making money out of smth that he probably didn't even contribute to =.= Anyways there is a ramp at the right side of the building at the front, we quietly walked up and you will see like a green creature graffiti. Go towards the right and walk straight in, you will come out into an area ahead of the guard. He might still be able to see you so quietly walk towards the left, pass his station then take like a path down and continue exploring. I guess we were lucky that he was pacing and not just sitting at his table, made it easier to sneak pass him. Anyways there are lots of graffitis/artworks that probably looks nothing related to the amusement park. Make sure you wear shoes, some part of the ground is wet and disgusting. Some areas that are not touched by sunlight feels extra creepy. There was one group of foreigners when we were there, either than that you have the whole place to yourself. For me if I would have paid the entrance fee, I would have felt that it was not worth it at all no matter how cheap.…
Date of experience: March 2020
George F wrote a review Jan. 2020
Western Australia, Australia57 contributions15 helpful votes
Google History: (Costing a whopping $100 million to build, the park was to feature Bali’s biggest swimming pool, an inverted roller coaster, a 3D cinema and an exciting laser show. However, for ambiguous reasons, the park never opened its doors.) Apparently no one really knows why? Year around 1998. There is really not much left to see. Only shells of walls & buildings floor tiles ripped up, statutes destroyed (except for 2 dragons). You can see it was something once but what a shame. My son told me it was free to go in but I was happy to pay locals 20,000 Rp. $2 Aus to go in. Great spot near the beach but so much growth even inside many buildings. Bats flying around some of them but you can certainly see it was a grand place once. In 20 years it is pretty much totally destroyed. I was there for around 90 minutes. Still worth a look see. But make sure you have shoes (not sandals or thongs) too much glass & rubble laying around.…
Date of experience: January 2020