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Parks and nature in Bali

Top parks

Forest
“Really nice environment with the temple, jungle and all the monkeys. Day trips to Ubud are a great day out exploring Bali.”
  • 182 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“The 75-m tall, 65-m wide statue was designed by Nyoman Nuarta. It sits atop a pedestal to bring the total height of the monument to 121 m (397 ft), which is nearly 30 m (98 ft) taller than the Statue of Liberty in the United States. The completed monument is about as tall as a 21-storey building. It weighs 4000 tonnes, making it the heaviest statue in the country. The statue is made of copper and brass sheeting, with a stainless steel frame and skeleton, as well as a steel and concrete core column. The outer covering measures 22000 m2 in area. The crown of Wisnu is covered with golden mosaics and the statue has a dedicated lighting arrangement.”
  • 116 locals recommend
Field
“It is a great spot view for sunset in the evening time and great fresh air in the morning time. Ridge Walk Campuhan is a small hill with it is a great view and connect two villages of Ubud and Sebali”
  • 77 locals recommend
Zoo Exhibit
“This is the better of the zoo/safari park options as the animals have large open enclosures and appear to be well kept so you are going to visit an animal attraction then this is the one we recommend. Let us know and we can organise for you”
  • 51 locals recommend
Park
“Bali Bird Park covers 2 hectares of fine tropical gardens and an onsite aviary that’s home to almost 1,000 exotic birds of 250 species. Serving as a fun and attractive playground for bird lovers, Bali Bird Park hosts animal feeding sessions throughout the day.”
  • 39 locals recommend
Park
“The Elephant Park is located in the Village of Taro, approximately half an hour’s drive north of Ubud. All the elephants were rescued from deforestation in central and southern Sumatra. The park is ideal for all the family and is open seven days a week. There are safari rides through Taro's jungles with riders perched in a teak chair on elephant back. After the trek, lunch is served at the park restaurant beside the elephant bathing lake after which everyone heads to the elephant arena for one of three daily shows. You can touch and hand-feed the elephants, watch the elephants bathing rituals, have photos taken with elephants, witness live educational shows and elephant painting.”
  • 27 locals recommend
Park
“small & crowded beach but mystical among surfers and the whole life that happens in the cliff on the way down. Stairs”
  • 20 locals recommend
Zoo
“The only zoo here perfect for some wildlife and also they really take care of their animals. Great place to also do Elephant Rides”
  • 14 locals recommend

Playgrounds

Park
“Abandoned haunted theme park. Not for the faint-hearted :p This place is full of bugs...wear long sleeves/pants. It's even scarier at night.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Water Park
  • 1 local recommends
Playground
“Great for the little ones. Large outdoor play area with canopy walks, activities and lots of 'night garden' houses to play in”
  • 2 locals recommend

Beaches

Cocktail Bar
“Bali hang out for all. Eat, drink, listen to the tunes. A fun pool with sea views. Great at sundown. ”
  • 319 locals recommend
Beach
“The Beach House Restaurant at Echo Beach is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The beautiful surf-side location and the freshest food on the island makes it a great place for breakfast, lunch, sunset, dinner and party nights. Every evening as the sun sets over the ocean, The Beach House's legendary barbecue is set up with a glistening array of the freshest seafood, including prawns and lobsters, imported steaks, mouthwatering ribs and fresh, organic salads. Enjoy your meal in the restaurant or an outdoor table spilling onto a beach seaside.”
  • 199 locals recommend
Beach
“Batu Bolong beach is well-known sandy beach near shops and restaurant. This beach is popular with surfers and has board rentals.”
  • 97 locals recommend
Beach
“Double Six Beach is also known as Blue Ocean Beach and is actually a smaller part of the wider Seminyak Beach. Double Six Beach is notable however thanks to its pristine white sands and backs on to a range of bars and restaurants. If you want to find the nicest patch of sand in Seminyak then this is probably it, and you can sit on a bean bag with a cocktail and enjoy the sunset. ”
  • 64 locals recommend
Beach
“Balangan Beach is a white sandy beach stretch 200 meters with panoramic view to the Indian Ocean and blessed by the spectacular sunset that create the romantic nuance for every visitor who visiting this beach.”
  • 67 locals recommend
Beach
“Wide, gray-sand beach popular for sunset viewing, sunbathing & walks, with nearby amenities.”
  • 32 locals recommend
Beach
“Dreamland Beach is one of the ‘hidden’ beaches of Bali, offering stretches of white sand secluded by limestone cliffs that line the rugged coastline of the southern Bukit Peninsula. The beach became highly accessible with the development of the Pecatu Graha and Pecatu Indah Resort projects that, at the turn of the millennium, transformed 400 hectares of hilly terrain into ‘New Kuta’, with Klapa Beach Club, resorts and the New Kuta Golf course.Despite rampant development over its limestone landscape, Dreamland Beach retains much of its rugged charm on the sand, particularly for beachgoers, day-trippers and surfers. You can enjoy some of Bali’s best reef breaks near the shore and close paddle outs to the neighbouring world-class reef breaks, namely Balangan up north and Impossibles down south (both for advanced riders). On the sand, you can rent deck chairs and parasols, and enjoy a cheap massage from around Rp 50,000 to Rp 100,000. Hard bargaining is advised. Much of the local warung food stall scene of yesteryear is gone, but some small shops can be found and beach peddlers offering cold soft drinks and Bintangs still roam around. Expect the westerly winds of the wet season (usually between October through April) to bring in some flotsam and jetsam, as well as the common crowds over the local holidays and mid-year school breaks. Some sections of the beach are swimmable, but the currents are strong further out. Stick around until the end of the day for dramatic sunsets. ”
  • 61 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
“The Rock Bar is located along the 1.3 kilometer coastline of AYANA Resort and Spa Bali. It has been heralded as one of the world's best bars by authoritative sources including CNN and The New York Times, and in 2011 was voted Bali's Best Sunset Venue in The Yak magazine readers' awards. ”
  • 68 locals recommend

Trails

Bike Trail