Aesthetics Architectural Of Krakatoa Wave #Part 1

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Hello Architecture+Design Community 😊
This is my first post in community and today i want to share about my travel in my hometown at Slanik Waterpark Waterboom and tell you about aesthetics architectural of Krakatau Wave.

Krakatoa Wave adopted from Krakatoa Mountain in Lampung, in it's history in 1883 there was a large explosion from Krakatoa Mountain that caused an earthquake to the Australian continent and separated the islands of Java and Sumatra. Even the eruption caused volcanic hot ash until Austalian continent and a devastating earthquake that resulted in a tsunami that killed thousands of people.


Slanik Waterpark is the largest water park in Lampung located in Karang Anyar Village, Jati Agung South Lampung. This place has several aesthetic photo spots and has some magnificent building architecture and has historical value one of them is Krakatoa Wave.


Krakatoa Wave was built in 2017 adopting the shape of Krakatoa Mountain and the newest water rides at Slanik Waterpark. The photo above is a view of Krakatoa up close, we can see there is an artificial waterfall that looks like a natural waterfall in general and there is a suspension bridge called the Bridge of Love.


Then i walked towards the bridge of love and took a picture in the middle of Krakatoa Wave building, we can see the natural stone as it is attached to the top of the cave in general and there is a small artificial pond underneath as a reservoir of the waterfall from the top of Krakatoa Wave so that it looks like the atmosphere inside the real cave even though the rocks are made by building experts.


I continued my journey to the top of Krakatoa Wave building where it has several tunnels like caves in general with artificial carved stones that make the atmosphere like inside a real cave. Photo above is a view from the side of the Krakatoa Wave building.


At the top of the building there is a small garden with a miniature shape of love for the photo spots of tourists who visit and can enjoy the beautiful view of Slanik Waterpark from above.

This place is called Love Padlock, where tourists can write about their feelings or hopes on paper and attach it with a small padlock on the wire contained in the miniature love building.

I also took the time to take a photo on the love padlock and read some other tourists' writings about their feelings and their hopes there.


The photo above is a view that i took from the cable car in Slanik Waterpark, even from afar Krakatoa Wave building has its own attraction with natural scenery and attracts tourists to look at it.


This is the view i took from the top of the cable car and right on the middle side, Krakatoa Wave building looks beautiful architecture and captivates the eyes so that makes me take photos immediately with my camera.

Another My Photos in Slanik Waterpark




For your information, i highly recommend if you visit Lampung, Indonesia to visit Slanik Waterpark, besides the beautiful and spacious place has many interesting photo spots and many aesthetic building architecture and equipped with many water rides that you can enjoy. Very cheap admission price is only about $3/person and you can enjoy it all.

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The Krakatoa Wave looks like a fun place to be! With its themed architectural design, may I know what type of building material was used to construct that volcano-shaped structure? Welcome @romirspc to the Architecture+Design Community!

I had never seen a place like this, not even in photos

Indeed, there are so many strange places on Earth that we never thought existed.

I think it's just cement carved by a builder, because i noticed it wasn't made of natural stone or anything like that, thankyou sir @storiesoferne for your warm welcome 😊
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Okay, I see. That must be a challenging job for the builder to create that volcano! Thanks for the update!

I heard that Krakatoa Wave takes more than 6 months to be done, with my pleasure sir 😁

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Thanks for sharing! Nice place

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Hello Romi, that's an unusual structure! Interesting to learn the history behind the mountain as the inspiration of the Krakatoa Wave for this part of Slanik Waterpark. Cool and creative concept by water theme park designer! Young and old will definitely enjoy this place. Welcome to Architecture+Design Community!

Thankyou for your warm welcome madam @discoveringarni 😊
Yes i think so, this place also comfortable to take holiday with our fams, friends and partner 😁
Not only Ktakatoa Wave but also there are Belah Temple and Slanik Castle building that having insteresting architecture too

Thank for that info, have a great weekend!

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Wow! The photos are amazing. I wish I could go there someday.

Hopefully if you visiting Indonesia, especially in Lampung, i highly recommended to visit this place 😁

Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.

Incredible and looks like a fun theme park to me, a beautiful place to spend holiday time and do some fun. The structure looks very dynamic to me... Great place...

Thankyou @priyanarc 😊
Besides lots of water rides and beautiful photo spots, the cost is very affordable 😁

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