Bali Zoo Experience

By Putri, 19.01.2024

Zoo Bali overview

Indonesia is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Ever seen an orangutan up close? Bali zoos are where you’ll find them in their natural habitat. If you make a zoo part of your tour package, you will have the opportunity to take pictures of hundreds of animals and attractions you won’t find anywhere else. Check out the top places you can check out below:

1. Bali Zoo

Bali Zoo

Once you read all the reviews, Bali Zoo becomes difficult to ignore! Located in Gianyar Regency in the heart of Singapadu village, it is a place everyone should take a trip to! The experiences you will have here as you gaze upon hundreds of exotic animals playing in the mud with elephants and going on a jeep safari to look at deer will leave you changed for the better!

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $20/person

📍Location: Jl. Raya Singapadu, Singapadu, Kec. Sukawati, Bali 80582

🕙Opening hours: 09.00 am–5.00 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: http://www.bali-zoo.com/

☎️Phone number: (0361) 294357

2. The Hidden Canyon Mini Zoo

The Hidden Canyon Mini Zoo

You can see and learn about Bali’s unique animals at the Hidden Canyon Mini Zoo. Located in Guwang Village in Sukawati, Gianyar is a small area where people can get up close and personal with unique and special animals. If you want to go to Bali with your whole family, make sure to visit this place. To prevent encountering a large crowd, it is advisable to arrive early in the morning.

The Hidden Canyon Mini Zoo allows you to see many rare creatures up close, including scary critters like tarantulas, snakes, and bats, which have found a protected and caring habitat here.

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $15/person

📍Location: Banjar Sakih, Jl. Pandu, Guwang, Kec. Sukawati, Bali 80582

🕙Opening hours:09.00 am–4.30 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: https://www.facebook.com/

☎️Phone number: (081) 529330025

3. Turtle Island

Turtle Island

Turle Island is an island, and it has turtles. Unexpected, right? More than that, it is a state-sanctioned program to help breed sea turtles and support their dwindling population. The Ministry of Tourism has opened up Turtle Island to people on holiday and vacation, so that they can have some good times with the turtles on their tours. A local guide will tell everyone the process of breeding the turtles and ensure that everyone gets to interact with the wonderful flora and fauna of this gorgeous place!

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $20/person

📍Location: Tanjung Benoa, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali

🕙Opening hours: 09.00 am–4.00 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: https://tanjungbenoabali.com/

☎️Phone number: (081) 558080876

4. The Bali Bird Park

The Bali Bird Park

The Bali Bird Park, close to the Bali Zoo, not only acts as a home for countless species of avians but also has enough restaurants for everyone to have water, breakfast, and lunch should they so desire. Your kids will have a blast resting by a waterfall and sharing their food with Komodo dragons! Although, as a layer of security, bring hand sanitiser if you plan on having a picnic here.

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $22/person

📍Location: Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir Singapadu, Batubulan, Kec. Sukawati, Bali 80582

🕙Opening hours: 09.00 am–5.30 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: http://www.balibirdpark.com/

☎️Phone number: (0361) 299352

5. Bali Butterfly Park

Bali Butterfly Park

While people often come to zoos to see African and Asia fauna like tigers, lions, bears, giraffes, apes, rhinos, hippos, fish, stingrays, sharks, parrots, flamingos, penguins, gibbons, cockatoos, and other animal species, bugs and insects often get forgotten. However, butterflies are among the animals with the most variety in the world, and the chance to have harmless animal encounters where these butterflies can sit on your clothes can make every adult squeal like a child once again!

This is why the Bail Butterfly Park is among the most visited destinations for tourists from the United States and the United Kingdom. It is 5 kilometres from Tabanan Regency towards Mount Batukaru, located in Wanasari Village. In addition to butterflies, you can also find beetles and scorpions, so this activity will have a bit of adventure to it as well!

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $12/person

📍Location: Br.Sandan Lebah, Jl. Batukaru No.76, Sedandan, Kec. Tabanan, Bali 82181

🕙Opening hours: 08.00 am–5.00 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: https://instagram.com/

☎️Phone number: (0878) 63075006

6. Reptile Park

Reptile Park

While lizards aren’t often regarded as a favourite species by the masses, everyone likes a good fright from time to time. When you visit the Reptile Park, a large man-made forest housing the highest number of reptiles in Southeast Asia, you will be reminded of the fact that they are descended from dinosaurs! From bright-coloured iguanas to crocodiles and alligators–and even the odd gharial from India!–your group is bound to enjoy any of the tour packages that have the park on the itinerary! You can find detailed information about prices and buy tickets from the link provided below!

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $15/person

📍Location: Batubulan, Sukawati, Bali 80582

🕙Opening hours: 09.00 am–5.00 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: http://www.balireptilepark.id/

☎️Phone number: (0361) 299344

7. Bali Dolphin Exotic Marine Park

Bali Dolphin Exotic Marine Park

Located in Denpasar, the Bali Exotic Marine Park serves as a sanctuary for marine mammals. It has a large area where you can interact with dolphins, which is the biggest available in Indonesia. This marine park is proud to be the top centre for marine research and education in the region.

They help the local economy by promoting responsible wildlife tourism and are dedicated to saving marine animals in Bali. The owners want to help people understand how people are hurting the environment and take action to stop it through educational activities that allow for participation and engagement.

Within their facilities, visitors are allowed to have direct interaction with dolphins!

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $22/person

📍Location: Jl. Bali Eksotik No.8, Pedungan, Denpasar Selatan, Bali 80222

🕙Opening hours: 10.00 am–5.00 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: http://www.balidolphinmarinepark.com/

☎️Phone number: (0853) 38833678

8. Bali Safari & Marine Park

Bali Safari and Marine Park

On the beautiful island of Bali, Indonesia, there lies the famous Bali Safari & Marine Park, which is a zoo loved by many. This tourist attraction mostly provides tourists with Balinese cultural shows and chances to see amazing wildlife.

Around 1,000 different types of animals from over 140 different species can be found in the tropical forests of Indonesia. When visiting, you can easily see special and rare animals like Orangutans, Sumatran Elephants, Komodo Dragons, and Bali Mynah birds. Children can have a lot of fun enjoying many different activities, including going on a nighttime safari, playing in a waterpark, visiting a play area called Funzone, and watching a cool theatre show.

Details

💸Average entrance fee: US $60/person

📍Location: Jl. Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra No.Km. 19, Serongga, Kec. Gianyar, Bali 80551

🕙Opening hours: 09.00 am–5.30 pm | 6.00 pm–9.00 pm

✍🏽Buy a ticket: https://balisafarimarinepark.com/

☎️Phone number: (0361) 950000

Expert Opinion

I’ve spent the last ten years living in Bali. Beyond its picture-perfect beaches, vibrant sunsets, lush jungles, and stunning waterfalls, Bali is renowned for much more. It will also seem like a utopia to animal lovers! How is it unique from other zoos? Bali’s zoos house most of the island’s wildlife in stunning parks that closely resemble their natural habitats. Those who visit Bali’s zoo will have a deeper understanding of the flora and fauna of the island. As a result, I compiled a list of Bali’s top parks.

Bali Bird Park, Bali Reptile Park, Bali Marine Park at Bali Safari.

The animal and nature shows are the key factors that make these, in my opinion, the greatest options. These zoos allow you to come up close and even snap photos of the animals.

Though some people don’t appreciate keeping animals as pets, I think zoos in Bali are great locations to learn about and admire these fascinating creatures.

That’s why you have to visit one of Bali’s many zoos if you’re an animal lover or just want to try something new. You will have an unforgettable experience with what you do with your dogs. Have fun when visiting Bali!

Zoo Bali author

Putri

Guide and the author of the project On Bali

The author of our website is from Jakarta, Indonesia. Being brave enough to go with the flow, the author settled in Bali more than ten years ago. With hobbies that include arts and culture, the author gained a deep understanding of Balinese traditions. Excellent writing skills help the author transfer all these impressions onto our website. An ever-lasting desire to share knowledge and experience with others makes the author the perfect guide to Bali.

Date of Last Update: February 13, 2024