Cinta Park in Singkawang City, West Kalimantan Province

Many vacation spots are scattered in Singkawang City. Well, this good news gives benefits to both villagers and outsiders indeed. Those who want to spend a family recreation, for example, they can visit Cinta Park in Singkawang Timur Sub-District. To be exact, it resides in Raja Pajintan Street, Pajintan Village. So, what is it about? The concept is to combine a natural park and water boom. That means visitors can either relax or enjoy water rides while exploring the location. It is perfect for families and those who look for serenity, without a doubt.

The Nuance
In terms of size, Cinta Park is definitely wide as it combines two tourist attractions. The site is surrounded by trees and plants, so it offers a comfy ambiance to visitors. Not to mention tourists can find many comfy facilities like gazebos and food stands there. In the water boom area, an iconic giant water slide resides. It has the shape of a head of a dragon and features colorful slides coming out from its mouth. The ponds are shallow, so those are suitable for kids! Located near to the pools, tourists can find toilets and other facilities too.

Exploring Cinta Park
The first reason to visit Cinta Park is to enjoy the serenity. The park is surrounded by a pristine environment with lush trees, after all. That means visitors can eradicate stresses and find peace by simply sitting comfortably at the available gazebo. This activity gets better if they come with families or friends, in fact. Not to mention the atmosphere feels more comfortable if they come in the morning! As for a family recreation, it is recommended to carry some snacks or foods! They can also buy them at the nearby canteen, actually.

The next reason to come to Cinta Park is none other than enjoying the water boom. Visitors are allowed to use the facilities and water rides after paying the ticket fee. Thus, everyone should carry enough cash when heading to the park (especially those who come with many members). For the information, the most popular facility is called the waves pond on where people can also ride a boat to get around the pool. For kids, they must not miss the chance to use the water slides! Have no worries. Those facilities are safe regardless of the age of the users.

In terms of comfort, Cinta Park offers more than just gazebos. For instance, tourists can also find tens of chairs with an umbrella on it. The location is close to the pools. For those who want to spend the night, they can even find a hotel in the area.

Nearby Attractions

  • Sibohe Waterfall
  • Biru Lake

How to Get There
For those coming from Pontianak City, they need to spend about 3 hours and 12 minutes to get to Cinta Park. After all, the distance is 163 km. As for the best route, tourists can take Ahmad Yani Street for a faster trip. It is also recommended to use the best vehicle, so the trip becomes more comfortable and faster.

Where to Stay

  • Hongkong Inn
  • Restu Hotel
  • Prapatan Hotel

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