Finally it was time for the products to be delivered!
2 shipping containers – 10.7 tons material – 177 individual Elements
While the goods were still on their way to Bali, we focused on a marketing campaign to ensure a successful opening of the WibitTAG. We got local media on board, set up social media, and made first contact with Guinness World Records®. When it became clear that the INDONESIA TAG would actually become the largest water park in the world, our ambition for the project increased even more.
At the beginning of September the water park was installed in 5 days by a 6-member Wibit Installation Team, with the support of many local helpers. Even with their experience of over 600 installations in almost 100 different countries, this was something very special for the team.
After all, a park of this size had never been installed before.
Installation and trainings
As part of the installation, local operators and staff were extensively trained in all operational matters such as a daily checklist, key safety measures and successful Marketing. As with every Wibit installation, employees have been extensively trained in maintenance, cleaning, and storage to ensure that all products are fun in the long
The park was on the water and everything was prepared for a successful startup. The question still remained ‘have we actually built the largest water park of all time’? YES! We have!
On September 19, 2019, Anna Orford the official referee of Guinness World Records® was in Bali to check the world record attempt, and during the grand opening ceremony handed us the much sought-after certificate.
Granted, there was some nervousness during the survey, but when the panel came back on their boat and we were acknowledged by a slight nod from afar, the joy and pride was unbelievable.
It was an unforgettable day for us. So many happy people in one place.
“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.”
And we have realised again: that’s exactly what we do it for!