With an increased interest in skateboarding, this sport has become more and more popular in Indonesia. Therefore, some skatepark or skateboard tracks are also popping up. Whether you’re a pro or beginner, we list down the best skateparks or skating tracks you must visit in Jakarta, Bali, and Bandung.
1. Skatepark Flyover Pasar Rebo
This skatepark was built by the DKI Jakarta government to provide facilities for skaters in this city. This skatepark was welcomed positively by various skater communities in Jakarta, because it was built with an adequate and complete track, starting from a pool, jump box, mini ramp, street course, down rail, to banks.
Address: Jl. Raya Bogor KM.19 No.7c, Ciracas, Jakarta Timur
2. Taman Dukuh Atas
In 2019, the Governor of DKI Jakarta, Anies Baswedan inaugurated the Taman Spot Budaya 2 which is located in the Dukuh Atas area. The construction of Taman Spot Budaya 2 is also one of the DKI Provincial Government’s programs to provide green open space or “third space” for Jakarta residents. The park, which is located near a number of public facilities (Transjakarta Dukuh Atas 1 and 2 bus stops, Dukuh Atas MRT Station, and Sudirman Station) has a number of facilities, one of which is a skateboard track.
Address: Jl. Jend. Sudirman No.20, Tanah Abang, Jakarta Pusat
3. Elbricks Skatepark
This skatepark is one of the favorite spots for skaters in Jakarta. In addition to its diverse and challenging tracks, this skatepark is also equipped with complete facilities and high-quality skating products. As well as offers skating courses for children or beginners.
Address: Jl. Cipinang Elok I No.8, Cipinang Muara, Jakarta Timur
4. Green Park Skatepark
The skatepark, which is located in the Keong Mas IMAX Theater area, was inaugurated by the Chairman of KONI Rita Subowo in 2009. Besides being easy to reach, Green Park is also comfortable thanks to the many shady trees around it. In Green Park, there is also an arena for inline skating, ATV, and outbound. For those who don’t have skateboard equipment, there is a rental place provided by the Green Park Skatepark.
Address: Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Jakarta Timur
5. Villa Marcolina 57
Located in Puncak, Bogor, Villa Marcolina 57 is actually private property and rented for the public. Inside the area, there is this one skateboard track, skaters usually call it “bowl”, which was previously a pool.
Jl. Cikopo Sel. No.57, Sukamahi, Megamendung, Bogor, Jawa Barat
6. Blue Bear Bali
Blue Bear Bali presents a unique skatepark designed and built by Deensk8park. Though not the biggest, the skatepark surely the first in Ubud with lots of thoughts in the design and the flow to optimize the park for all ages. Blue Bear Bali also has a purpose to give birth to some athletes that can compete in national and international competition with its skateboarding school for kids or beginners. But, this place is also open for everyone who wants to experience how cool skateboarding can be.
Address: Jl. Puskesmas, Sayan, Bali
Buqiet skatepark was born in 2001 under the collaboration with Charlie Hobbies, one of those top skateboard enthusiasts in Indonesia. The name itself is the nickname for ‘Bukit (meaning: Hill)’ for it is located up in the hill in Bandung. Not only standing as the biggest skatepark in Indonesia but also has a specific vision to build up the healthy ecosystem of skateboarding. This place is also equipped with exciting yet challenging tracks, as well as complete facilities.