Sumber Udel Waterpark
Sumber Udel Waterpark is kind of new tourist attraction in Blitar, which provides a variety of water plays, such as water tunnels, watersliding, artificial waterfalls and more. This waterpark can be visited either for adults or children.
Other facilities that being offered by the Water Park are river swimming pool, giant barrel, giant fountain, giant bucket and water sliding. Close to the children's play pool, there is a stage for occasionally performances. At Water Park there is also adult pool which can be used for a variety of swimming races, complete with amenities, as well as the audience seating.
The waterpark that located in Jl. Brantas, Bendo village, Blitar, has a swimming pool with a national standard, a swimming pool for children and a swimming pool for adults. There are also water boom with a depth ranging from 100 to 150 cm.
For the admission fee, it takes only for Rp 5000, for children and Rp 7500, for adults. It fairly affordable price with complete facilities that makes Sumber Udel Water Park is always crowded by tourists.
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