Bali Butterfly Park

Located in Wanasari village, 7 kilometers from Tabanan, it also provides any souvenirs for visitors who come the site.

Description :

Bali Butterfly Park is one of the biggest butterfly parks in Southeast Asia. Find out the beautiful scenery by seeing a thousand species of butterflies from throughout Indonesia. In this better place to relax with the whole family, you can find and see the most famous Bird wing Butterflies, Various kind endemic species from all over Indonesia. You can also learn about the effort to conserve them and before leaving stop offer to very special souvenir shop. The Butterflies are one of the natural riches which can be found in every part and corner of Indonesian archipelago. This park offers many different kind of colors, shapes and sizes. It is a great way to get closer with this amazing insect. A place is recommended for relaxing and releasing a tension by seeing their funny conduct. The best time to visit is in the morning when the butterflies flit around most energetically.

How to Get To Butterfly Park

  1. 1 hour from Denpasar
  2. 30 minutes from Tabanan
  3. 45 minutes from Tanah Lot

What You Can See Around Butterfly Park

  1. Belulang Hot spring consider as the hottest hot spring in Bali, located in the middle of the terraced rice field. If you like we give you chance for swimming or showering in the fountain here, but don’t forget to bring your towel and change cloths as not allowed to take a bath naked here.
  2. Penatahan Hot Spring Also known as Yeh Panes, a beautiful natural resting place, on an upper land of a river surrounded by fresh vegetation and green forest. At this location, you will find a waterfall while the hot spring comes up in the middle of a temple under the big banyan tree. Back-grounded by the magnificent Mt. Batukaru, fresh and cool weather, beautiful natural surroundings, Yeh Panes has been an ideal place for relax and recreation.
  3. Pura Luhur Batukaru, on the slopes of the second highest mountain Batukaru was the state temple when Tabanan was an independent kingdom. The temple is one of the six axial temples sacred to all Hindu Balinese. The temple was renovated in 1991, and the grounds have been planted with the most modern civic landscaping, thus robbing it of much of its former mysterious quality.
  4. Jatiluwih, one of the most picturesque areas lies about 20 kilometers north of Tabanan, in Bali’s western region. Situated majestically in the hills 850 meters above sea level, Jatiluwih means”really beautiful”. An appropriate name indeed with expansive views across terraced rice paddies, undulating hills and valleys. Arrive at lunchtime and enjoy a meal in the restaurant while soaking up the view, cool climate and fresh air. It is stretch from the foothill of the volcano of Batukaru to the south coast.
  5. Mount Batukaru, Tabanan is though more usually associated by visitors with rolling green landscapes, hills and especially the imposing Mount Batukaru, Bali's second highest peak at 2,276 metres.