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Abandoned amusement park, Bali

Taman Safari is an abandoned amusement park just north of Sanur (Pandanggalak area) on Bali. This amusement park was developed by an Indonesian businessman and went bankrupt after a short while.. This deteriorated building was used as a sort of amphitheater.

Copyright: Marco Waagmeester
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploadet: 25/05/2010
Opdateret: 26/08/2014


Tags: taman safari; sanur; padanggalak; deteriorated; abandoned; bali; indonesia; taman; amusement park
  • Noninoir 5 months ago
    What an amazing place! I have some footage of the crocodiles from 2006 / 2007. Apparently Steve Irwin went there prior to that and was appalled at the conditions all living on top of each other in a small croc pit. we heard rumours the mafia might have been feeding them... hmmm. I sent a friend there 2012 and he said the crocs are gone....Anyone know what happened to them?
  • Amanda Dunstan almost 2 years ago
    I thought it was a Japanese company comapny and they went broke after the 1992 stock market crash. i have photos of that place, from 2009 and there are about 80 large crocadiles in a pit which was an animal enclosure.
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