Visit the famous Bali Zoo, spread over 12 hectares of area, and see Indonesia's exotic mammals, birds, & reptiles
Roam around Bali’s first zoological park and get to know about the unique behavior of more than 600 rare wild animals
Explore different zones in the zoo and see over 65 wild species like Zebra, Elephant, Lemur & Tiger in a lush, tropical environment
Spend an amazing time as you enjoy feeding adorable elephants and take a mud bath with them in an enormous pool
Location: Jalan Raya Singapadu, Sukawati, Singapadu, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia
Activity Duration: 5-6 hours (approx)
Activity Timings: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About Bali Zoo:
Visit Bali's first zoological park and learn about the behaviour of over 500 unique and unusual animals in a lush, tropical environment. You can participate in intriguing animal adventure activities, some of which are unique in Indonesia. Enjoy the amazing animal feeding sessions of lions and tigers under the expert guidance of zoo caretakers with your family. Book the Bali Zoo tickets and spend a day admiring more than 65 species of animals in Indonesia.
About Bali Zoo Tickets:
How to reach?
It is recommended to book Bali Zoo tickets in advance to avoid the hassle of waiting in lines at the ticket counter. Online booking is available on their website and you can choose your preferred date and time slot.
Yes, you can choose your preferred time slot when purchasing Bali Zoo tickets. The zoo offers various time slots for visitors to choose from, including morning, afternoon, and evening slots. It is recommended to book your preferred time slot in advance to ensure availability, especially during peak seasons.
Bali Zoo also offers special packages that include animal encounters, such as breakfast with orangutans, where visitors can enjoy a meal in the company of these majestic primates. These packages may have specific time slots, so be sure to check before booking.
Bali Zoo tickets are usually valid for the day of purchase. This means that visitors can enter the zoo and enjoy all the attractions, animal shows, and exhibits on the same day they purchase their tickets. However, some special promotions or packages may have different validity periods, so it's always important to check the terms and conditions of the ticket before purchasing. If visitors wish to visit Bali Zoo on a different day, they will need to purchase a new ticket for that specific day.
Yes, separate Bali Zoo tickets need to be purchased for kids. However, children under the age of 2 can enter the zoo for free.
Bali Zoo is famous for its extensive collection of exotic and endangered animals from Indonesia and around the world. The zoo offers visitors an opportunity to get up close and personal with a variety of animals, including elephants, tigers, orangutans, and Komodo dragons.
In addition, Bali Zoo is known for its commitment to conservation and animal welfare, with programs in place to protect endangered species and educate visitors on the importance of conservation efforts. The zoo also offers a range of unique animal experiences, such as elephant and camel rides, and opportunities to feed and interact with certain animals.
One should spend at least 3-4 hours in Bali Zoo to fully enjoy and explore the different animal exhibits and activities.
Breakfast with Orangutans- Breakfast with an orangutan may not be as common as breakfast in a zoo, what a unique experience it would be. Bali Zoo introduced a distinctive Breakfast with Orangutan experience as the first in Indonesia. Now, visitors can not only eat breakfast like a royal, but also beside the real jungle kings: orangutans
Elephant Mud Fun- Encounter a Sumatran elephant that is in danger of extinction in a safe manner. Through feeding them their preferred meals and washing them in sun-protective mud, visitors to Bali Zoo's Elephant Mud Fun programme may simulate how these gentle giants interact with one another in the wild.
Night at the Zoo- A unique experience that you must not miss is seeing the exotic animals at the Bali Safari and Marine Park under a starlit sky. During this night safari, which begins as twilight falls, you can see over 100 different types of mammals, including herds of deer, gentle elephants, up-close views of tigers, and other animals that live at the zoo.
Jungle Splash Water Play- After engaging in a park adventure including wildlife, kids can cool off at the outdoor waterpark known as Jungle Splash Water Play. If you believe your children might like Jungle Splash Waterplay, be sure to bring a swimsuit with you!
Pony Ride- Does your youngster enjoy riding ponies, if yes then you should surely try the Pony Ride. On one of the excellent pony escorts at Bali Zoo, kids can receive a brief guided tour. Make sure you take pictures because it will probably be one of the highlights of their trip in the park.
Bali Zoo was established in 2002, making it 21 years old as of 2023.
Bali Zoo is home to a wide variety of animals from Indonesia and around the world. Visitors can see over 350 animals from over 100 species, including Sumatran elephants, Bali myna birds, orangutans, crocodiles, tigers, lions, camels, kangaroos, and many more.
The zoo also has a special exhibit called the "Bali Agung" that features a collection of exotic animals native to Indonesia, such as Komodo dragons, babirusa, and binturongs. Additionally, there is a petting zoo where visitors can interact with friendly animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, and goats.
Yes, visitors can feed some of the animals such as the elephants and deer under the supervision of zookeepers.
Bali Zoo is open every day from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Bali Zoo is approximately a 45-minute drive from Tanah Lot Temple, depending on traffic conditions.
Yes, Bali Zoo is wheelchair accessible. The zoo provides wheelchair rental services on a first-come, first-served basis, and they also have a designated parking area for visitors with disabilities. However, it's worth noting that due to the hilly terrain of the zoo, some areas may be difficult to navigate for those with mobility issues. Additionally, some of the animal exhibits may not be fully accessible for wheelchair users, but the zoo staff will do their best to provide assistance wherever possible.
Yes, visitors are allowed to take pictures inside Bali Zoo, but the use of flash photography is not allowed in some areas.
The best time to visit Bali Zoo is during the morning hours when the animals are most active, and the weather is cooler.
Yes, there are parking facilities available for visitors at Bali Zoo.
The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 1 business hours of successful booking.
In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.
No refund applicable.