Bali Bird Park
The Bird Park houses more than 1.000 birds representing more than 250 species in an enclosed aviary.
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.
sights of largest and finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world
The innovative Bali Bird Park arrived on Bali’s eco-tourism scene more than 20 years ago. The current owners, who have a life-long passion for all things avian, are committed to the preservation, conservation and breeding not just of Indonesia’s exotic bird life, but from other regions too.
Animal park with exotic-bird shows, feedings & displays, plus reptiles, native plants & a cafe.
Bali Bird Park and Reptilarium. The largest and the finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world. 1000 birds of 250 different species, within 2 hectares of botanical garden.
Bali Bird Park, which has over 250 exotic bird species, including the largest collection of the Bird of Paradise, as well as the famous Bali Starling and Komodo Dragon.
“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”
Point of Interest
“A short drive from Ubud, get up close and personal with brilliantly coloured butterflies.”
“From around 5am to 7am this is a farmers' market, and thereafter it is converted to an art market”
“ Another famous restaurants in Ubud is called Bebek Bengil which translates as the ‘Dirty Duck’. The restaurant backs on to pretty rice paddies and the story goes that when the restaurant was being built a group of ducks waddled through and gave the building its name. As you would expect, duck features heavily on the menu and you can get traditional dishes such as crispy duck rubbed with a Balinese blend of herbs and spices which was first pioneered here in the 90’s, or you can enjoy fusion dishes such as duck salad with melon.”
“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 place for spiritual meditation. One folklore relates that it was created by the fingernail of the legendary giant Kebo Iwa. However, examining its style, the sanctuary was probably dated from the 11th century Bali Kingdom. The complex contains both Hindu and Buddhist imagery, as the cave contains lingam and yoni, symbol of Shiva, and the image of Ganesha, while by the river there are carved images of stupas and chattra, imagery of Buddhism. The cave was rediscovered by Dutch archaeologists in 1923, but the fountains and bathing pool were not discovered until 1954”