Bali Zoo Park
Bali Endemic Animal Park, Fun with Endemic animal that lives like their natural home
The Bali Zoo, also known as Kebun Binatang Bali, is the island's sole animal attraction with the word "zoo" in its name. The zoo is an excellent informative family adventure and is frequently included on tours to the Ubud area from the south of the island. It's nestled on 8 hectares of lush tropical gardens in the Gianyar regency's village of Singapadu.
The Bali Zoo is home to a diverse range of tropical vegetation as well as a diverse assortment of wildlife, including mammals, birds, and reptiles. The zoo is mostly shaded by tropical trees and gardens, making for nice strolls along paved paths and past cages. It also provides a diverse choice of activities, including pony rides and alternative outward adventures.
Highlights and features of the Bali Zoo
Bali Zoo has expanded its range of features, in addition to its regular programming, since its inception in 2002. A regular night attraction allows you to see the hundreds of creatures after dusk, which is one of the distinctive offerings. 'Night at The Zoo' is a twice-weekly event that introduces you to Bali Zoo's nocturnal animals and is usually followed by a spectacular fire dance performance.
Nonetheless, the zoo is a site where families and children can encounter the numerous animals in their safe enclosures during the day. Sumatran tigers, white tigers, lions, babirusa, deer, orangutans, Komodo dragons, crocodiles, iguanas, turtles, snakes, Bali starlings, cassowaries, peacocks, and a plethora of other exotic animals are among them.
The animal family at Bali Zoo
A variety of creatures have been successfully bred at the zoo. Queen, Celcia, King, Kartini, Buntung, Boy, Kesia, Delta, Rinjani, Lawu, Roy, and Khan are just a few of the Bengal tiger cubs the family has produced.
Feeding the animals is one of the daily activities available, and if you're looking for something nice and cuddly, walk down to the petting section. The zoo staff will assist you in taking a photo with your own camera or will take one for you. The resident veterinarian provides complete care for all of the residents.
Bali Zoo’s General Information
Bali Zoo is conveniently located near all of central Bali's major tourist attractions, with signage carefully placed right after the important Ubud-Gianyar intersection. The zoo is located in the charming village of Singapadu, well away from the heavy traffic of main highways.
There are dining options at the zoo, such as the Elephant View Restaurant, if you get hungry. It serves Asian cuisines and is located in the heart of the zoo, with a view of the elephant track and gardens from the open-air dining area. The Okavango Restaurant, located at the entrance, serves western cuisine with views of African lions in their enclosures through wide glass windows.
Others Attractive activities
The Treewalk Adventure is an outbound activity center where you may try your hand at high ropes and get a half-hour adrenaline rush. A Flying Fox line that extends for approximately 125 meters completes the attraction.
Outside of the zoo, there's an intriguing village trip that takes you through woodlands, luscious rice paddies, rushing rivers, and rural Balinese village life in general. The 2-hour trip also includes a visit to the Gunung temple in the area, as well as stops at gold, silversmith, and stone carver towns.
Special items including as photo frames, T-shirts, mugs, egg paintings, and many other intriguing handicrafts are available at the zoo's gift shop and restaurants, allowing you to take some wonderful memories home with you. The Bali Zoo is wheelchair accessible, and the staff is happy to help those with impairments.
Open : 09.00 am - 05.00 pm