Kebun Raya Eka Karya Bali ( Bali Botanical Garden )
One of largest Botanic diversity garden in Indonesia
The calm central Bali upland, as well as the possibility to see rare tropical flowering plants and species in its enormous collection, make the Bali Botanic Gardens a perfect vacation. A trip to the gardens is frequently paired with activities at Beratan Lake, where you'll also discover the famed Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, and is popular with locals and visitors who like the mountains and beauty.
Aside from the large variety of tropical flora and wildlife in their natural habitat, the onsite Bali Treetop Adventure Park offers an adrenaline rush and a day of fun, with six main circuits running from tree to tree, as well as nets, Tarzan swings, leaps, and bridges. Each run also includes up to 160-meter 'Flying Fox' ziplines.
At the Bali Botanical Garden, there are a variety of things to do.
The gardens, also known as Kebun Raya Bedugul or Kebun Raya Eka Karya Bedugul, are a popular family recreation destination as well as a unique location for botanical research, conservation, and education. It provides a large cool location for families to unwind in lovely natural surroundings while also educating them about the different traditional uses of tropical plants by the Balinese people.
A herbarium, seed bank, library, glasshouses, nurseries, and plant databases are among the scientific services and resources offered by the Bali Botanic Gardens in support of plant research and conservation. Throughout the years, the large, unusual, and exceedingly odorous Rafflesia preserved here has blossomed and faded countless times.
With its flying fox circuits and a variety of other activities, Bali Treetop Adventures allows you to zoom through the high canopy. It offers a really remarkable experience with amazing bird's-eye views, thanks to its six levels of circuits and 65 treetop obstacles. Adults and toddlers as young as four years old can use the circuits.
Open : daily, 08.00 to 04.00 pm