Bali Bird Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Bali Bird Park
Bali Bird Park is a tourist attraction in Bali, Indonesia. It is located at the Gianyar Regency and has an area of 2,000 square metres. The Bird Park houses more than 1.000 birds representing more than 250 species in an enclosed aviary.
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5.04km from Bali Bird Park
Green surroundings with fresh water that can be swum in. The waterfall includes varying highs that can be climbed after the descent downstairs to reach it.
7.3km from Bali Bird Park
The Bali Museum is a museum of art and history located in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. The museum was built in 1931 by architect P.J. Moojen, near the location of the former royal palace of Denpasar, which had been burnt to the ground during the Dutch intervention in Bali, and used it as a model for its outside walls and courtyards.
Bajra Sandhi Monument
8.22km from Bali Bird Park
Bajra Sandhi Monument is a monument to the struggles of the Balinese people throughout history. The monument is located in front of the Bali Governor's Office in Denpasar, Indonesia, on the island of Bali. The monument was built in 1987, inaugurated by president Megawati Sukarnoputri on June 14, 2003.
Agung Rai Museum of Art
8.68km from Bali Bird Park
The Agung Rai Museum of Art is a museum located in Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. There are so many artifacts that have historical importance and architectural significance.
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
9.06km from Bali Bird Park
This is the sanctuary and natural habitat of the Balinese long-tailed Monkey, scientific name Macaca fascicularis. It is located at Padangtegal Ubud, Bali. About 1049 monkeys live in this sanctuary.It has 3 temples, namely Dalem Agung Padangtegal Temple, Holy Spring Temple and Prajapati Temple. The purpose of the management is to keep sacred the place and promote the Monkey Forest Ubud as an international tourist destination.
9.35km from Bali Bird Park
Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, is located on the island of Bali near Ubud, in Indonesia. Built-in the 9th century, it served as a sanctuary. Although the exact origins of the cave are uncertain, it is believed to have been built as a place for spiritual meditation. The cave was rediscovered by Dutch archaeologists in 1923, but the fountains and bathing pool were not discovered until 1954. It is now a tourist attraction.