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Saloka Theme Park Tickets

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Saloka Theme Park Tickets at a Glance

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  • Explore the five different zones of Saloka Theme Park – Balalantara, Pesisir, Ararya, Segara Prada and Kamayayi.

  • Enjoy twenty five different themed rides, Cakrawala ferris wheel and kids play area with a single Saloka Theme Park Ticket.

  • Take part in the park’s iconic dancing fountain show illustrating the story of Baru Klinting with laser lights, music and 3D animation.

  • Treat yourself with a fine dining experience at Daimami Restaurant and gorge on yummy snacks at the cafes and food trucks.

  • Witness the theme park’s zones and rides designed to depict cultural significance and ancient folklore.

  • Children below 2 years of age are given free entry to the park

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Why Visit Saloka Theme Park

  • Saloka Theme Park is a huge and clean amusement park with exciting rides, challenging games and lively environment to spend quality time with family as the park has the best things for both adults as well as kids.

  • Saloka Theme Park tickets can get you access to all the 25 different types of rides categorized in five themed zones.

  • You can learn about the ancient folktales of the city through cultural performances and entertainment shows like the dance performance by the clown Ayayi with four fairies and a carnival featuring characters from the folklore.

  • Baru Klinting Show that showcases a beautiful dancing fountain along with music, laser lights and 3D animation to illustrate the Baru Klinting Folktale is one of the compelling reasons to visit Saloka Theme Park.

  • Besides enjoying the rides, kids can also have fun learning science at Saloka Theme Park Semarang. Galileo Science Barn facilitates outdoor activities to learn the principles of science through games.

  • Saloka Theme Park houses some of the finest restaurants, cafes and food trucks of the city where you can relish dishes from all over the world.

Zones at Saloka Theme Park Bali

Saloka Theme Park is divided into five different zones – Balalantara, Ararya, Pesisir, Segara Prada and Kamayayi. Each zone depicts a theme and houses various rides and attractions portraying the ancient folklore of Semarang. The rides present at these five zones of Saloka Theme Park Semarang are both thrilling as well as entertaining and hence are suitable for people of all age groups.

For instance, there is an exclusive zone for kids aged 12 or below with simple rides like toy cars and a ball pool. A thrilling zone with scary rides like Lika-Liku and Benk Benk and a relaxing zone for those who want to ride on less adventurous games like Gonjang Ganjing are all available. There are food trucks, cafes and restaurants at each zone for the hungry souls who want to gorge on palatable food.

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Exciting Theme Park in Saloka
Zone Balalantara

Balalantara game zone is based on the jungle theme with several rides and attractions for people of all age groups. At Balalantara zone, you can ride the Kumbang Layang air-bike at a height of four metres above the ground in 360 degrees to witness the panoramic view of Central Java province.

If you are looking for simple rides to enjoy with your little ones, hop on the Safari Bocah train ride through flower gardens and mushroom houses or visit the Angon Ingon sanctuary where you can spot various kinds of birds, turtles and rabbits. In case you are looking for a challenging ride, do not miss Fight Guts which is a haunted house with mysterious surprises.

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Ararya Zone in Saloka Theme Park
Zone Ararya

Ararya Zone is the home to all exhilarating rides at Saloka and hence is a delight for adventure junkies who love the rush of adrenaline. If you are someone who loves indulging in challenging sports, head straight to Ararya at Saloka Theme Park. There are five different rides each of which sends a chill down your spine.

Go in for the Lika-Liku ride with your loved ones where you can slide from a height of 12 metres through a winding path at a superfast pace. There are other rides at Zone Ararya like Paku Bumi, Benk Benk, Abit Drug and Senggal Senggol, offering a unique and thrilling experience of a lifetime.

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Pesisir Zone in Saloka Theme Park
Zone Pesisir

Zone Pesisir at Saloka Theme Park Semarang is based on the coastal theme and the design is so intricate that entering the zone will make you feel like being on a beach. So, get your sunglasses ready to play on the rides at Zone Pesisir.

You can hop on a gondola of the Cakrawala ferris wheel from where you can witness the panoramic view of Saloka or groove along with the dancing fountain at the Jejogedan Arena with the Jenju Ship in the background.

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Prada Zone in Saloka Theme Park
Segara Prada

If you are looking for a place to relax, head to Segara Prada Zone, which is a peaceful zone decorated with the theme of the mining industry. This zone is a wonderful location to relax and have fun as the rides here are less adventurous. At Segara Prada, you can ride through a water tunnel in a rotating canoe at Gonjang Ganjing or learn about scientific principles at the Galileo Science Park with fun outdoor activities. After a tiring trip through Segara Prada, grab a bite at the Daimami Shop that is famous for its Japanese cuisine. The design of the restaurant reflects the mining theme of the zone and serves delicious food.

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Kamayayi Zone in Saloka Theme Park
Zone Kamayayi

Considered as a paradise for all kids, this zone is especially designed for tiny toddlers, who can participate in various activities like riding spinning cups, slides and toy cars. Let your kids splash some water sound the animal statue area after their merry-go-round ride, or let the little lads of age 3-6 play in their special Polah Bocah arena. End your journey by indulging in some delectable dishes and famous ice-cream dessert, which is relished by all ages of humans.

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Know Before You Go

Essential Information
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Best Time to Visit: Saloka Theme Park is highly crowded during the weekend and so it is preferred to visit during the weekdays. The best time to visit is by morning so that you can enjoy all the rides before the crowd gets in. However, if you want to enjoy the dancing fountain at night, you can reach the park by noon.

Location: Jl. Fatmawati No.154, Gumuk Sari, Lopait, Kec. Tuntang, Kabupaten Semarang, Jawa Tengah 50773, Indonesia

Age Restrictions: There is no age restriction to enter the Saloka Theme Park.

How to reach:

  • By Car: Saloka Theme Park is located about 20 kilometres from Ungaran and 40 kilometres from Semarang city. The easiest way to reach Saloka Theme Park is by road via a taxi or a cab. You can reach Saloka in twenty minutes from Ungaran while it is a one hour drive from Semarang.

  • By Bus: The nearest bus stop to Saloka is Bawen at Semarang Regency which is situated at a distance of 5.3 kilometres from the activity location

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Saloka Theme Park FAQ's

How many zones are there in Saloka Theme Park?

There are a total of five zones in the theme park-

Zone Balalantara: Balalantara zone is designed on the jungle theme with different exciting rides. The air-bike ride, train safari, zoo visit and haunted house at Balalantara are some of the thrilling rides at Saloka Theme Park Semarang.

Zone Ararya: Zone Ararya is specially designed for those daring souls who are in the quest for adventurous rides. The rides at Ararya involve unique experiences like sliding through twists and turns, dropping down from a great height and swinging at a fast pace.

Zone Pesisir: Based on a coastal theme, Pesisir takes you on a short trip to the beach so do not forget your sunscreen. Jejogedang Arena and Jenu Ship exhibiting a dancing fountain with music and 3D animation is the highlight of the zone.

Segara Prada: If you want to enjoy rides that are less thrilling, head to Segara Prada zone. The entire zone is designed on the theme of the mining industry. Daimami Restaurant here is highly famous for its luscious Japanese cuisine.

Zone Kamayayi: Kamayayi Zone is exclusively built for kids below 12 years of age. Children have a great time playing in the toy car rides, merry-go-round, water spray game and Polah Bocah where there are trampoline, ball bath area and slide.

Where is the Saloka Theme Park located?

Saloka Theme Park is located near Ungaran town of the Central Java province, Indonesia. The park is 22 kilometres from Ungaran and can be reached in just 20 minutes. It is about 42 kilometres away from the Semarang city centre and can be reached in an hour by road. The park is easily accessible via public transport like buses as well by cabs.

How many rides are there at Saloka Theme Park?

There are 25 different rides at Saloka Theme Park which are divided into 5 different zones for people’s convenience. In addition to these rides, there are also other entertainment shows and performances like Baru Klinting Dancing Fountain Show, dance performances and carnivals featuring the characters from folktales are other attractions at Saloka.

Are there any food outlets inside the Saloka Theme Park?

There are several eateries and food trucks inside the Saloka Theme Park that offers delectable dishes. They serve a variety of snacks ranging from western cuisine like burgers, steaks and popcorn to Sakura country specials like udon and katsu.

RIMBA Restaurant, DAIMAMI, Jenju Cafe, TUK CIO Cafe, SRENGENGE Cafe and Ice Cream Shop are some of the food outlets inside Saloka Theme Park. You can also witness food trucks that serve a variety of menus including hot dogs, burgers and more.

Which is the best time to visit Saloka Theme Park?

Saloka Theme Park is best visited during the dry season of Semarang in the months of May to September. The weather is pleasant and hence you can enjoy all the rides without having to worry about the monsoon showers. The suggested time to visit Saloka in a day is by morning so that you can get an entry without the crowd hustle.

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