and Crocodile Park
Banjar Binong Werdhi Bhuana
Tel: +62 361 243686
Jl Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir
Tel: +62 361 299352
Bali Butterfly Park
Jl Batukaru Br Sandan Wanasari
Tel: +62 361 814282 / 3
Fax: +62 361 814281
Waterbom Park and Spa
Jl Kartika Plaza Tuban
Tel: +62 361 755676
Relaxation is the key at Bali's only water park, but there are plenty of
activities to choose from - a leisurely voyage down the Lazy River, a
scenic slide through tropical vegetation on the Jungle Ride or the sheer
excitement of the Race Track, where speeds can reach up to 50 kilometers
per hour. Plus, there's table tennis, sand and water volleyball,
badminton and boules for the sports-minded and a roving photographer to
capture those exclusive holiday memories.
Bali Barat National Park
Bali's largest nature reserve encompasses 70,000 hectares of rainforest
and 7000 hectares of coral reefs and is home to many rare species of
Bali's 'Mother Temple' is a sprawling complex of shrines and pavilions
set high on the slopes of sacred Mount Agung.
The ancient hermitage of Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) near Bedulu is one of
Bali's most intriguing archaeological sites, comprising a man-made
grotto, elaborate stone carving and Buddhist stupas.
Sangeh Monkey Forest
Populated by a larger troupe of monkeys, this thick stand of nutmeg
trees is believed in legend to have fallen out of the sky during a
mythic battle between the gods, carrying with it a battalion of Wisnu's
Tanah Lot (Earth from the Sea) is a stunning 15th-century sanctuary
located on Bali's south coast, built atop a rocky mound that at high
tide is completely surrounded by water.
Located in Tampaksiring, the rejuvenating springs of Tirta Empul have
been a holy bathing place since the 10th century.
Goa Lawah or Bat Cave
Famous for the thousands of fruit bats that live here. This can be an
interesting, if pungent, experience.
Goa Karang Sari
Nusa Penida Island
South-east of Bali
This cave extends over 200 meters into the hillside and during the
Galungan festival hosts a torchlight procession and various ceremonies.
Puri Semara Pura
A palace dedicated to the god of love and was home to the kings of
Klungkung. Although only two pavilions and the entrance gate remain, the
hall of justice, Bale Kerta Gosa, is worth seeing for its beautifully
painted ceiling and carved pillars.
Taman Ujung Water Palace
Set in a beautifully landscaped park, the ruins of this palace are a
tribute to the slightly eccentric designs of King Anak Agung Ngurah.
Puri Agung Kanginan
Built from a hotch-potch of different styles, including Chinese,
European and Javanese, this place is fascinating architecturally - a
monument to the Balinese ability to blend outside influences into their
Tirtha Gangga Royal Bathing Pools
Great views of both Mount Agung and the Lombok Strait. This palace was
damaged during the 1963 eruption of Mount Agung, but the pools still
function and can be taken advantage of for a small fee.
Kebun Raya Eka Karya
Established in 1959, these gardens cover over 120 hectares on Gunung
Pohon (Tree Mountain). The gardens contain a huge collection of trees,
nearly 500 varieties of orchid and are rich in bird life.
Dropping over 100 meters, this waterfall is spectacular, especially
during the rainy season (November to March). Be prepared for a tough
trek up a steep, and at times rough, track to get there.
Ten kilometers south of Singaraja
Not far from the main road, Gitgit is an impressive 40 meter high. A
swim here can be very refreshing, although local legend believes that
couples bathing here together will eventually separate.
The village and beach market, and the prime, white sand Sanur beach.