Attraction Bali Safari & Marine Park Jl. Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8 Gianyar Bali 80551 Indonesia Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Bali Safari & Marine Park is special ?
Bali Safari Marine Park is the latest creation from the operators of the world renowned Taman Safari Indonesia,a name known for more than 20 years for its creative, back to nature animal exhibits and incessant conservation work. Building upon the innovations of their existing parks at Bogor near Jakarta and Prigen near Surabaya, and using the latest in concepts in park design, Taman Safari Indonesia has exceeded all expectations with their newest park. Set on 40 hectares of land with breathtaking natural surroundings at the cultural centre of Bali, Gianyar, Bali Safari and Marine Park is extremely active in assisting the protection and conservation of endangered species that are constantly losing their habitat. This includes helping scientists by carrying out research on many different wild animals conservation projects.Bali Safari & Marine park also runs conservation and education campaigns and other extension activities.
What to explore at Bali Safari & Marine Park?
Enjoy the best safari experience in Bali at the home of hundreds of amazing animals representing over 60 species, including some rare and endangered species such as the Komodo, Orang Utan, and the Bali Mynah.
At Bali Safari & Marine Park, you can choose to enjoy your safari journey from the elephant back with our Elephant Back Safari, interact with your favorite animal up close at the Animal Encounter space, experience the wildest fine dining moment surrounded by lions, meerkats, and porcupines at the Tsavo Lion restaurant, and unwind with the spectacular show of Bali Agung at our state of art theater in the park, Bali Theater or make your own big splash at our Water Park and Fun Zone.
Bali Safari & Marine Park, as part of Taman Safari Indonesia, and a member of WAZA (The World Associations of Zoo and Aquariums), SEAZA (The South East Asians Zoo Associations), CBSG (Conservations Breeding Specialist Group) as well as PKBSI (Indonesia Zoological Parks Associations) is at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia and is actively involved in ensuring the future survival and wellbeing of many Indonesian animal species through engaging education and conservation programs such as the conservation and release of Bali Mynah, Sumatran Elephant, and Sumatran Tiger.
- Great time with family
- A must for families visiting Bali
- Excellent day trip
- Great for Families and Childrens
- More than a zoo - for all ages
Bali Safari & Marine Park Jl. Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8 Gianyar Bali 80551 Indonesia
Tips for you
Be sure to keep your coupon cards at your possesions. There are some food stalls along inside like hamburgers hotdogs pizza icecream siomay and so on for you to eat light if you plan to eat later outside , food price ranges around 50,000-90,000 rupiah. Drinks 15,000-35,000 for non alcoholic and 30,000-80,000 for alcoholic.Shopping
It's a very beautiful and adventurous way to spend the day with our loved one.. Love it.. :)
It is about 30 minutes from Kuta area. Free shuttle service from some pick up points. Our group consist of 6 adult, 3 kids. When entering the park, all bags are searched. Outside foods are not allowed. Although they may allow you to bring baby food in. Baby stroller & wheelchair are available for rent.We took the Safari Journey, riding tram that goes along different animals sections based on their places of origin. We saw orangutan, hippos, crocodile, komodo dragon, white tiger, etc. The trams run frequently and each lasted for about 20-30 minute. If you have baby stroller, it can be placed inside the tram (limited space available). If not, the staff will keep your stroller until you finish the ride. The children (6 yo, 5 yo & 2 yo) loves the ride.We also went to the animal show that explain about orangutan, snake, birds, etc. Quite interesting. Children also like 'feeding the elephant' session where we have to buy carrot in the nearby stall to feed the elephant. We also try the 'Camel Ride' (each camel can carry 2 person). The ride was about 10 minutes.The fresh water aquarium has Piranha feeding session (5 minutes). It was too crowded. The aquarium too small for many to see and the spaces in front of the aquarium were not big enough to accommodate big crowd. Go early if you want to get a good viewing spot.We took Jungle Cruise (boat ride), took about 10 minutes, just short journey to enter a dark cave, then out. For adult Its boring, but ok for the kids.The Fun Zone and Water Park were ok. Maybe enough to entertain kids for 1 hour.For lunch, we eat at Tsavo Lion restaurant next to the Lion's exhibit so we can see the lions through glass windows while eating our meal. The food were nice but we felt that there were not enough staff around so food-ordering and delivering were slow.Don't miss the elephant show because it was very good and educational.Overall, the trip was worth it because the children were happy.