Bali Butterfly Park

Attraction Jl. Batukaru, Br. Sandan Wanasari, Buruan, Kec. Tabanan, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia Published on: 16-03-2016

2 hours
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
09:00 AM
11:00 AM
First-time visit
6.50 - 7.00 USD

Bali Butterfly Park is good for

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Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
The Bali Butterfly Park (or Taman Kupu-Kupu in Balinese) is one of the more magical places to visit during your time in Indonesia.

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Why Bali Butterfly Park is special ?

The Butterfly Park in Tabanan is one of the smaller attractions of Bali within reach for people who live or visit Bali, in the southern part of Bali island. Spread over 3,500 square meters, this butterfly enclosed - a huge Bali butterfly park is perfect for studying ecosystem, breeding and protection of butterflies. The Butterfly Park of Bali is not only a park in that sense, but it also gives you a clear picture of the life cycle of butterflies, because in addition to observing a variety of collection types and sizes of butterflies in a tropical nature, visitors can see the butterfly's life starting from the caterpillars, chrysalis, to turn into a butterfly.


What to explore at Bali Butterfly Park?

The butterfly park is a convenient stopover on excursions to the island’s northern region via Tabanan. Here, visiting families will experience an educational and inspiring tour to see hundreds of butterflies from the 15 known species that thrive in Indonesia’s tropics, as well as various other insects and arachnids in extensive and informative displays.

Besides the many live specimens that are bred at the park, there are also collections of dried butterfly and insect specimens (butterflies have varying but naturally short life spans) which can also be souvenirs, set in glass frames.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see up close, colourful and protected specimens, such as the common birdwing (Troides helena) and the Bali peacock (Papilio peranthus) and the majestic paradise birdwing (Ornithoptera paradisea). Unique and odd-looking stick insects, leaf insects, scorpions, large hairy spiders and various beetles are displayed in glass cases.


How to get to Bali Butterfly Park?

Bali Butterfly Park or Taman Kupu Kupu in Bali is located 7kms north of the town of Tabanan, the area of Wanasari, Tabanan, Bali. It’s a long way to drive just to visit the Butterfly Park and a visit for an hour or so would be more than enough, so it is a good idea to hire a driver for a half day or full day.


Selling points

  • Lovely way to spend some time on a day trip
  • Beautiful well maintained gardens
  • Great place for a morning trip
  • Nice place for butterfly lovers
  • Small but beautiful and educational
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Jl. Batukaru, Br. Sandan Wanasari, Buruan, Kec. Tabanan, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia

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  • A word of warning; make sure you head there before 10am, otherwise you will have to share the butterflies with loads of other tourists and that wouldn’t be nearly as enjoyable.
  • The entry fee for adults is – Rp 85,000, children are admitted at no cost.
    Ticket and Pricing
  • There is an area with scorpions, huge bugs and stick insects which you are able to hold and take photos of.
    Things to do
  • There is a dark, tunnel walkway where other insects and creepy crawlies are on display in glass boxes including huge spiders, scorpions and beetles…
    What to see


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We stopped at the park inbetween two spots of one of our day trips. There are a lot of butterflies (so many beautiful colors) and big lizards! There is also a "breading station"where you can see them in different growth states. It is possible to hold a cocoon and the staff is enthusiast to answer all the questions (she spoke fluent German and English). There is also a little cave with insects (behind glass;)) . At the exit there is also a museum where you can look at butterflies and insects more closely (also shows colour difference in male/female).

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