Jerudong Park is an amusement park in Brunei. It is the smallest and most expensive amusement park in South East Asia, built and funded by the Bruneian government for $1 billion.
It is notable that during its first few years of operation, Jerudong Park featured no admission fees and free rides. It is currently larger than phase 1 of Hong Kong Disneyland. The public only had to queue up for rides. However, recently the number of visitors and tourists has dropped significantly and the administration has started a one time B$15 admission fee, and allride ticketing system. According to the park’s website, many of its rides are for sale.
Jerudong Park Playground’s Promotion
The rates are set at only $8 for adults, $4 for children 12 years and below, $5 for senior citizens and free entry for children two years and below.
For families or groups of two adults and three children, the playground is also offering a Family Package at just $25. Aside from promotional rates, and the many rides and attractions at the playground such as the Ferris Wheel, Roller Coaster and the nation’s largest Water Park, there are fun and exciting activities and games that await visitors. These include a Fun Fair Arena, Lazer Tag and Lazer Maze Challenge with many prizes to be won.
During this promotional period, Jerudong Park Playground will be extending its weekly operations to accommodate more guests. Opening five days a week now, the playground will be open from Wednesdays to the Sundays. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, it is open from 4pm to 11pm, on Friday from 3pm to 11.30pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 11.30pm.