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There are now more spills and thrills at Waterbom Bali. Picture: Supplied

Waterbom Bali has reopened with four new slides promising faster thrills and spills.

The Python is a three-person slide ridden on a circular tube so that riders are facing each other, ensuring plenty of laughs before the inevitable soggy end.

The Green Vipers are 6m higher than the Jungle Ride slide they are based on.

One will be an open flume taking the rider through the tropical foliage while the other uses the latest Silk Tech waterslide technology for a faster ride.

The Constrictor replaces The Raft River and at 230m is the longest ride in Waterbom's history.

Work on a playground for "thrillseekers and adrenaline junkies" starts at the end of November.

Admission to Waterbom Bali is $US33 ($35.27) for adults, $US21 for children aged 11 and under and $US100 for a family of two adults and two children.

The West Australian

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