Slide The City: The Longest Slip and Slide is Here in Bali

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Slide The City: The Longest Slip and Slide is Here in Bali

Let’s get to experience one of the most adrenaline filled water activities in the world in Nusa Dua with your friends and family! The gigantic inflatable ‘slip and slide’ is everything you would describe as summer goals. If going to the beach for the summer isn’t enough anymore, spice up your summer with Slide the City!

They are inspired by the old-school 80s’ backyard water slides that were essential to hot summer days. Then they grew up and decided to do that down a city block. Way more epic, right? Slide the City is a giant water slide that travels the world. It is also Asia’s longest water slide with roughly the length of a football field! They’ve even won a Guinness World Record!

Slide the City has taken place in more than 200 cities across the world, including Hong Kong, New York and Cape Town. Yeah, they’re kinda legends! There will be live music, food, drinks, water, and (of course) the biggest slip ‘n slide ever. Don’t worry; they’ve got it padded so it’s nice and soft but most importantly, it’s SAFE!

What to Expect
1. Expect to get WET
2. Get ready for a total party. Good music, food and all-around fun for the whole community
3. You’ll make new friends
4. Summer Style! Show off your funky floaties, shades and sandals

SLIDE this way
Ready to slip ‘n slide, Bali?
Peninsula Island – Nusa Dua-Bali

Available only between 14th December 2018 – 1st January 2019

About Author

Joannes Rhino is a professional writer and editor with a long line of publications under his belt. His travel tales are adventurous and hold appeal with anyone fond of a good read, especially those who aren't afraid to leave a scar in the pursuit of fun. As well as travel, other subjects which fall into his expert remit include culinary, culture, design, fashion and shopping. He is also an author with 6 published books, including the 2016 Amazon Best Seller in Psychological Fiction, The Unseen Face. His second Psychology-Mystery novel, Dream, earned him the recognition as one of best young writers at the Khatulistiwa Literary Award ceremony in 2009. Equal to his love of words is his passion to see the world, and his desire to travel haunts him. He is still in search for a place to call “home”.