Hurtling through the air at breakneck speeds, swinging on a giant pendulum above a fantasy city below and then cascading down a waterfall.
Our day started earlier than most as we weaved through traffic to beat the crowds at one of the hottest attractions this holiday season: the new Trans Studio Bandung.
Within half an hour we’d been sky pirates, seen a dozen zombies and crashed an airplane into a crocodile-infested swamp. (And we got wet.)
Stepping back from the experience, we had had a privilege not many park visitors get — a personally guided tour from the park’s creative director, Cipta Croft-Cusworth.
Cipta is enthusiastic but modest given the size of the project. His role has involved managing, coordinating and being responsible for the design and development of the park’s 20-plus rides and attractions — and all with a tight deadline.