The innovative Bali Bird Park arrived on Bali’s eco-tourism scene more than 20 years ago. This Bird park has concern and committed to the preservation, conservation and breeding not just of Indonesia’s exotic bird life, but from other regions too.
Bali Bird Park is divided into regions that recreate the natural habitats of its birds, complete with indigenous plant life. So come with us on a magical journey across the Indonesian archipelago, Latin America, Africa and Australia.
When it’s time for a break, stop off at casual open-air restaurant (named after our beautiful Bali Starling) and enjoy local and international dishes. Or stop at Rainforest Café for a refreshing tropical juice or a cooling homemade ice cream.
If you are looking for a different visual experience, visit our 4D air-conditioned cinema. Watch one of the surround-sound films centered around birds on show here.
Bali Bird Park successfully bred many species, including the rare Pesquet’s Parrot and numerous Bali Starlings, bred mainly to support local release programs. They accommodate more than 40 species of protected Indonesian birds in the park, a growing number of which are now breeding successfully under the care of our staff.
Bali Safari and Marine Park
Home to over a thousand amazing animals – Bali Safari Park is your destination for an adventurous, fun, educational experience.
Bali Safari and Marine Park is a home to animals representing more than 100 species, including rare & endangered species – the Komodo Dragon, Orangutan and the Bali Starling bird.
Bali Safari Park is at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia. They actively involved in ensuring the future survival and wellbeing of many Indonesian animal species. Read more...
Kemenuh Butterfly Park
Kemenuh Butterfly Park warmly and honorably welcomes you to enjoy the unique pleasure of watching the most beautiful, brightly colored flying insects (butterflies) in an exotic landscape of tropical blossom.There are three aspects can be discovered in this spot, they are conservation, education and attraction.
The park is located strategically, 10 minutes drive from Ubud, 25 minutes from Sanur, Denpasar, 45 minutes from Kuta and 1 hour from International Ngurah Rai Air Port and Nusa Dua areas. The background of the park is spectacular rice field and wonderful tropical environment. The park, as the habitat of the adult butterflies (imago), is designed in such way based on the insects need. Tropical beautiful blossoms are dominated the plants as the food of adult butterflies (imago). Splashing waterfall and fish filled pond enrich the beauty of the park.
The park collects some different colorful variety of butterflies. You can see and observe them feeding and flying all around. Occasionally some butterflies are resting on the leaves of the plants and it gives you taking a picture opportunity on them.
On the way out, you can visit a pupa/chrysalis room. You can see hundred of pupa/chrysalis hanging on inside the room. If you are really lucky you can see and observe how the adult butterflies (imago) emerge from the pupa/chrysalis. Additionally, releasing the adult butterflies (imago) from inside the room to the park is absolutely unforgettable nature experience for you. Read more...
Bali Botanic Garden
Bali Botanic Garden (Kebun Raya Bali) is Indonesia’s largest Botanic Garden containing the island’s biggest collection of wild orchids and receiving over half-a-million visitors each year.
Nestled in the refreshingly cool, mountainous region of Bedugul in central Bali, the 157-hectare Garden is an easy day trip, around 90 minutes’ drive north of Denpasar.
The sprawling, peaceful Garden is a mix of green, open space, landscaped gardens, unique plant collections and remnant tropical forest set against the misty slopes of Tapak Hill. Read more...
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
Rising from the rugged hills of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula, the magnificent Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue stands watch over the island. The towering statue is Bali’s most iconic landmark and depicts the Hindu God Wisnu, atop his mount, the mythical eagle, Garuda. The Garuda is the national emblem of Indonesia, an enduring symbol of freedom from oppression. Soaring to a height of over 120 meters, this is one of the tallest monumental statues in the world, higher than both the Statue of Liberty and Christ the Redeemer.
The statue makes a stunning central feature of GWK, a fascinating 60-hectare cultural park that draws visitors from around the globe and provides a tantalizing glimpse into Bali’s fascinating heritage through intriguing cultural performances, legendary folklore tales, immense sculptures, and dramatic cinematic presentation. Enjoy panoramic island views as you explore the park on foot or by Segway. Indulge in Indonesian heritage cuisine, immerse yourself in a land steeped in mythology, or plan your next big event in one of GWK’s epic venues.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue depicts Wisnu riding Garuda. In Hindu mythology, Lord Wisnu is seen as the protector of the Universe, while his trusted companion, the mighty eagle-like Garuda represents loyalty and selfless devotion. Kencana means gold, and both are adorned in crowns of gold mosaic. The Garuda is also the national emblem of Indonesia and represents freedom.
Designed by renowned Balinese artist Nyoman Nuarta, the statue is made of copper and brass and features 754 modules with 25 steel segments weighing in at a hefty 900 tons, with a steel weight of 1300 tons. The statue and pedestal is 120.9 meters high with a width of 64 meters thanks to Garuda’s wingspan. Read more...
The founders of Waterbom Bali consciously developed the park to complement the natural environment.
Beyond the world-class slides, built and maintained to strict international safety standards, lies a carefully landscaped sanctuary of gardens and water systems proudly representing the beauty of Bali.
Waterbom Bali spans 3.8 hectares designed to provide memorable experiences for our range of guests. From thrill seekers testing their mettle on Asia’s steepest slide- The Climax to families enjoying the expansive kids’ area or those wanting to relax and soak in the day away from the bustling world outside.
To this day, Waterbom still maintains more than 50% of the park as green space including a number of endangered native species.
Our guests’ dining experience is a critical part of their day. We take our obligation to provide a variety of high quality, and high value, options and excellent service very seriously.
Far from the standard fare offered in water parks, we pride ourselves on the extensive cuisine varieties available throughout our restaurants at Waterbom including hand-made 48hr leavened pizzas and a range of alternatives for the health conscious. Read more...
Bali Treetop Adventure Park is a fun activity set in an open-air environment for group and family in Indonesia.
Open daily for individual or group from 8.30 a.m to 6.00 p.m. in Bali Botanical Garden, Bedugul. We also provide you with a company outing and team building services. 7 Adventure Circuits from one tree to another with a height range between 2-20 meters. 72 challenges for all level and ages: Suspended bridges, Spider Nets, Tarzan Jumps, Flying-Fox, Flying Swings, and many more fun challenges.12 flying fox up to 160m long.
All circuit platforms are held in place using an innovative compression system to protect trees from any damage. Protective half logs are used to prevent cables from cutting into trees and minimize tree trunk degradation. Please help us protect the environment: Do not smoke or litter garbage when you are in our Park.
Throughout the entirety of the Circuits, you will remain attached to a life-line support. Patrol Guides will also be situated along the circuit ready to advise and assist as needed – giving support from above and below.
Before starting the activity on the Circuits, every client must follow the Safety instructions by our Patrol Guides. They will explain how the circuit works, how to use the equipment, and provide all safety instructions which you need to respect at all times. The construction of Bali Treetop Adventure Park and all materials and equipments comply with European Standards EN 15567-1, and our Park is built, maintained and managed by a French management. Read more...
The mission of The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (Monkey Forest Ubud) is conserving the area based on the concept of Tri Hita Karana. Tri Hita Karana is ones of philosophy in Hinduism. Tri Hita Karana is derived from the word of “Tri” meaning three, “Hita” which means happiness, and “Karana” which means the cause or manner. Thus, Tri Hita Karana means “Three ways to reach spiritual and physical well-being”.
The substance of doctrine of Tri Hita Karana is how to make people maintain a harmonious relationship in this life. Those three relationships comprise of harmonious relationships between humans and humans, humans and their environment, and humans with The Supreme God.
The implementation of Tri Hita Karana, in addition to the ritual performed in the temples, can be seen in a special ritual activities related to animal, called Tumpek Kandang; and Tumpek Uduh, where the animal and plant is the subject of the ritual. Based on the concept of Tri Hita Karana, The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (Monkey Forest Ubud) will be a featured of international tourist destination to create peace and harmony to the visitors. As well as can be the heart of the city, the conservation of rare plants and plants for ritual purpose, and as a natural laboratory for educational institutions. Read more...
With 14 hectares of real forest, Sangeh Monkey Forest is the real monkey forest filled with playful monkeys roaming our large forest. Our trees are also of a special nature, we have the largest collection of the endangered Dipterocarpus hasseltii in Bali. Visit us now to meet our joyous monkeys and beautiful forest for yourself!
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Adult : 50k
Kids : 15k Read more...
Besikalung Wildlife Sanctuary is a haven for endangered birds and animals within the forest, on the slopes of Mt. Batukaru in central Bali. All over Indonesia birds and animals are under threat from poachers and illegal wildlife traders – the country has the world’s second-highest number of threatened birds.
Our sanctuary, which is home to Leaf monkeys, macaques, and birds, takes in part of Bali’s largest remaining forest and spans an area covering 5km in radius from the island’s famous Besikalung Temple.