The Bali Botanical Garden is a unique area in Bali that combines botany research, plant preservation, education and recreation. In the Bali Botanical Garden you can relax while enjoying the beauty and peace while studying the benefits of plants for humans. In Bali’s Botanical Garden you can see tropical rainforest plants and bird life.
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Bali Botanical Garden is at an altitude of 1250-1450 masl, with an area of 157.5 hectares. Temperatures during the day between 17º – 25º C and night 10º – 15º C, with humidity of 70 – 90%. The weather in Bali Botanic Garden is difficult to predict, so always prepare warm clothes, umbrellas or raincoats.
The Bali Botanic Garden is in the Bedugul area in the middle of Bali, about 60 km from Denpasar. It is not recommended to use public transportation because of uncomfortable and they have irregular schedules, you are advised to use tourish buses, cars, taxis, or rent motorbikes.
Opening Hours and Entry Rates
The Bali Botanic Garden is open every day from 08.00 – 18.00 WITA, except on the big day the Nyepi Botanical Gardens are closed.
Entrance fees are as follows:
Domestic visitor tickets: IDR. 9,000, –
Foreign visitor tickets: IDR. 17,000, –
2-wheeled parking ticket: IDR. 3,000, –
4-wheeled parking ticket: IDR. 6,000, –
Wheel 6 parking ticket: IDR. 11,000, –
Car ticket entry: IDR. 11,000, –
* Includes insurance from PT. Jasaraharja Putera and contributions to the Regional Government of Tabanan.