Early January 2022, the Water Blow Peninsula Nusa Dua tourist attraction situated in The Nusa Dua area was officially opened for visitors. The opening was accompanied by the determination of the imposition of the entrance fee for Water Blow Peninsula Nusa Dua, at the price of IDR 15,000 for adults, and IDR 10,000 for children of domestic tourists. As for foreign tourists, its adult is charged for IDR 25,000 and IDR 15,000 for children. The entrance ticket to the Water Blow Peninsula Nusa Dua is valid every day starting at 09:00 until 17:00 Local Time.
Entrance ticket transactions at Water Blow Peninsula Nusa Dua apply 2 payment systems, namely offline and cashless in collaboration with Bank BPD Bali. The offline payment system uses ticketing Electronic Data Capture (EDC) and payments are made in cash. “As for the cashless system, the Quick Response Indonesian Standard (QRIS) system is applied for visitor transactions, thereby it reduces interaction through touch,” said Managing Director of The Nusa Dua, I Gusti Ngurah Ardita.
The reopening of Water Blow Peninsula Nusa Dua tourist attraction is to fulfill the desire of tourists to enjoy natural attractions in The Nusa Dua area. This opening is of course accompanied by the implementation of a health protocol certified for Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) in a disciplined manner, such as the obligation to use masks, check body temperature, wash hands and keep physical distancing. “We ensure that Water Blow Peninsula Nusa Dua will be an alternative tourist attraction that is unique, appealing and very safe to visit for tourists during the adaptation period of this new habit,” he said.
The Water Blow is a tourist attraction with the characteristics and uniqueness of a natural phenomenon, namely the waves that rise up to eight meters high crashing on the rocks. The object is also equipped with an observation deck as a photo spot and the best location to see the natural phenomenon of breaking waves from above, toilets and health protocol supporting facilities. “This tourist attraction provides health protocol facilities including checking body temperature and crowd management to ensure the implementation of physical distancing,” added Ardita.
For tourists who visit The Nusa Dua, they can enjoy the beauty of the beach stretching along 4 km. For sports lovers, they can do a number of activities, including practicing yoga on Nusa Dharma Island, playing golf on an international class 18-hole golf course, cycling, jogging and surfing.
“With the advantages of the one-stop destination concept, the implementation of the health protocol as well as the complete facilities and tourist attractions available in The Nusa Dua area, we make sure The Nusa Dua is very ready to accept tourist visits during the adaptation period of new habits, not only as a staycation and vacation location, but also as a venue for holding international events such as the upcoming G20 Summit,” Ardita concluded. (BTN/015)