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Bali Botanical Garden Tickets

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About Bali Botanical Garden Tickets

Book your botanical garden bedugul bali tickets and spend a day exploring the largest botanical gardens in all of Indonesia. Get a chance to witness the biggest collection of wild orchids and a myriad of other plants and flower species in the entire island during your visit here. Wander along the different sections of this garden, which is tucked within the mountainous terrain of Bedugul in Bali.

Use your Bali botanical garden tickets to discover the gardens of wild orchids, or marvel at the beauty of the fern gardens here, before walking down the tropical rainforest trail. You can also enjoy a visit to the tree top adventure park located within the garden.

Gain insights about this garden, which is also the very first Indonesian botanic garden that was established after the country gained its independence. In addition to seeing the hundreds and thousands of different plants in the garden, you can also indulge in a birdwatching adventure here, and catch sights of several native bird species.

Highlights of Bali Botanical Garden

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Begonia collection

One of the best collections that you can see using your Bali Botanical Garden Tickets is the Begonia collection. The Bali Botanical Garden is home to the most comprehensive collection of begonias in the whole world, with almost 100 species, and 3 endangered species on display.

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Orchid collection

The Bali Botanical Garden boasts of having the largest collection of wild orchids in all of Bali, with around 300 different species that you can discover here. In addition to wild orchids, you can also come across rare and endangered species like the Calanthe Baliensis, the Vanda tricolour, Paphiopedilum Javanicum and the rare black orchid here.

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Conservatory Building

You can use your botanical garden bedugul bali tickets to gain access to the new Conservation Building in the garden. This building is home to a large collection of plants, ranging from primitive land plants like moss to modern-day flowering plants. You can also witness the rare titan arum or corpse flower here.

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Carnivorous plant collection

The Bali Botanical Garden is also home to a large collection of carnivorous plants, especially from the genus Nepenthes. These plants are native to many different parts of the world and have adapted to survive in nutrient-poor environments by trapping and digesting insects.

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Traditional medicinal plants (Taman Usada)

With the Bali Botanical Garden Tickets, you can get a chance to learn about the different traditional medicinal plants or Usada housed here. There are more than 300 species of medicinal plants in the garden, spread across an area of 1.6 hectares, and includes ginger, turmeric, fennel, pineapple as well as jatropha and others.

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Bamboo garden

Housed within the Bali Botanical Garden are 87 different species of bamboo plants, out of which 6 species are endemic to Bali. This includes the rare climbing bamboo as well. The botanic garden is known as the abode of over 10 percent of the 1500 bamboo species found in the whole world.

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Fern garden (Taman Cyathea)

Availing the botanical garden bedugul bali tickets gives you a chance to explore the stunning fern garden here. Spread across 2 hectares of area, the fern garden here includes tree ferns, bird’s nest fern, elephant trunk ferns, as well as climbing and aquatic ferns, among others. The collection includes around 200 species, a majority of which belong to eastern Indonesia.

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Tropical forest walk

When visiting the Bali Botanical Garden, you can also go on a tropical forest walk, which is a beautiful walking trail, lined with wide-canopied trees. You will find plants like giant elephant trunks and wild orchids, among others, along the trail that winds their way along the river banks.

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Giant fig tree

With the Bali Botanical Garden Tickets, you can also see the giant fig tree, located at the top of the garden, on the slope of Tapak Hill. Said to be hundreds of years old, this tree has a magnificent canopy as well as aerial roots, which are the abode of monkeys and different bird species.

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Rhododendron garden

The rhododendron garden in Bali Botanical Garden consists of around 20 different species of rhododendrons as well as azaleas, including the Rhododendron Javanicum, an Indonesian endemic species and 12 vireya rhododendrons as well.

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Cactus greenhouse

To gain entry into the cactus greenhouse, use your botanical garden bedugul bali Tickets. There are 100 different cacti species in the greenhouse, in addition to species like the sugar cane orchid, which is the largest orchid in the whole world.

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Aquatic plant pools

There are two large pools and 4 smaller ponds in the garden which house the aquatic plant collection here. There are 21 species here, including the hairy water lily, umbrella papyrus from Madagascar and water snowflake as well. You can also see papyrus sedge from Africa here.

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Rose garden

The rose garden in Bali Botanical Garden is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the fragrance of the roses. The garden is filled with different varieties of roses, and the colours are simply stunning. You can find roses of all colours, from white to pink to red. The garden is also home to a collection of the rare green rose.

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Birdwatching

One of the best things that you can do in Bali Botanical Garden is birdwatching. The garden has a variety of different habitats, which act as great places for birds. There are over 100 species of birds that have been identified in the garden, some of which include the Indonesian Honeyeater, Green Junglefowl and the Sunda Thrush, among others.

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History Of Bali Botanical Garden

Bali Botanical Garden

You can also use the Bali Botanical Garden Tickets to learn about the rich history of this garden. The garden was established in 1959, and was named as the Eka Karya Botanic Garden, where Eka meant “first” and Karya meant “creation.” This name referred to the garden’s status as the very first Indonesian botanic garden that was established after the country’s independence.

The Bali Botanic Garden was originally built for the cultivation of conifer plants, in addition to being a place for recreation. However, it soon housed a number of other plant species as well, and included a lot of scientific, cultural as well as recreational activities, thereby attracting many visitors.

The garden was later expanded to an area of 157.5 hectares, and many plants from the mountainous areas of eastern Indonesia were added to the garden by the year 2001. As of today, it is the largest botanic garden in all of Indonesia.

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Plan Your Visit

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  • Opening Hours

Bali Botanical Garden is open every day of the week between 08:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.

  • Location

Jalan Kebun Raya, Batunya, Baturiti, Candikuning, Baturiti, Candikuning, Kec. Baturiti, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82191, Indonesia.

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FAQ's Of Bali Botanical Garden Tickets

What is Bali Botanical Garden known for?

Bali Botanical Garden is known for being the largest botanic garden in Indonesia, in addition to being the first botanic garden that was established after the country gained independence. The garden is home to thousands of different plant species, along with the largest collection of orchids in all of Bali.

Is Bali Botanical Garden worth visiting?

Yes, Bali Botanical Garden is surely a place worth visiting. The garden is home to a wide variety of plant life, including many rare and endangered species. It is also the abode of Bali’s largest collection of wild orchids. The garden also offers stunning views of both the surrounding countryside and the nearby ocean. You can also indulge in a ziplining and rope adventure experience here.

What is the best time to visit Bali Botanical Garden?

Mornings are the best time to visit Bali Botanical Garden. In addition to the lesser number of visitors in the garden during this time, the weather is also quite nice and pleasant in the mornings. Furthermore, you can also indulge in various activities in the garden in the morning, without having to wait in long queues.

What are the top Highlights of Bali Botanical Garden?

The top highlights of the Bali Botanical Garden include the fact that it is the largest and the first botanical garden in Indonesia after independence. The garden is a living museum for thousands of plant species, including rare ferns, orchids as well as rhododendrons, among others. One of the other highlights of the Bali Botanical Garden is the tree top adventure here, wherein you can indulge in canopy walks and ziplining.

From where can I book tickets for Bali Botanical Garden?

You can book the Bali Botanical Garden Tickets online or from the ticket booths on site. While you can get the tickets from the counters on the day of your visit, it is better to book them online. It will help you get your visit secured without having to stand in the long queues at the ticketing booths of the garden. Furthermore, you can also save on some extra money, since online tickets are generally discounted or include several deals.

What is the best way to book Bali Botanical Garden tickets?

The best way to book Bali Botanical Garden Tickets is to book them online, preferably a few days in advance. This will not only secure your visit to the garden, but also help you save on time, energy as well as money. Furthermore, if you book your tickets online, you can enjoy a direct and hassle-free entry into the garden.

What are the visiting hours of Bali Botanical Garden?

The visiting hours of Bali Botanical Garden are from 08:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. all through the week but it remains closed on Nyepi day.

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