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Bali Butterfly Park
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Bali Butterfly Park

The Bali Butterfly Park, also known as Taman Kupu-Kupu Bali, is located in Wanasari, 6.5 kilometres north of the Tabanan regency and is easy to spot with a large sign out the front.

It is the largest of its kind in Asia with an area of 3000 sq. metres and welcomes thousands of visitors each year.

Bali Butterfly Park, Location Map, Cost of Admission & Opening Hours

The park is a butterfly and insect conservation facility which exhibits a number of specimens throughout the park grounds. The butterfly park is an excellent stopover on excursions to the northern region of the island through Tabanan.

Families coming to the park will receive an educational tour where they will see hundreds of butterflies including some rare Indonesian species of butterfly. Visitors have the privilege of seeing the colourful protected specimens such as the birdwing, Bali peacock and the majestic paradise birdwing. There are also other insects on display including scorpions, stick insects, spiders and beetles.

Although not a large park, it is perfect for families as it is spacious and well planned. Kids will be able to see butterflies as they cocoon and emerge as beautiful butterflies. You will have many photo opportunities, so make sure to bring your camera. Entry is only 50,000 IDR per adult.

Address
Jl. Batukaru
Sandan Lebah, Sesandan

Operating Hours
8am - 5pm
(Last entry 4pm)

Phone
0361 814 282

Ticket Prices / Admission
Adult: 50,000 IDR

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