Taman Nusa

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  • Address: Jl. Taman Bali - Banjarangkan Banjar Blahpane Kelod, Gianyar – Bali, Indonesia
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +62-361952952
  • Ticket Price: 519792 IDR
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Park, Historical Site, Family And Kids

Taman Nusa - Review

This 15 hectare park with 60 traditional historic houses accurately recreated, exhibits inside the houses and in the open-air, with artefacts from across all of the Indonesian islands is a fantastic cultural aggregation. The whole point of the park is to highlight the uniqueness of the characters of different corners of Indonesia. It will take you through history from Prehistory, to the Bronze and Kingdom Ages, to the construction of the borobudur Temple, statues of Indonesian historical figures, everyday lifestyles and rituals, live musical performances, and also handicraft and the artists who make them. For a fee you can also get dressed in the traditional costume and have your picture taken. 

Taman Nusa Information

  • Check out to the souvenir shop, the cafeterias and the restaurant.
  • Check the attraction calendar for upcoming events.

Taman Nusa Ticket Prices

  • Culture Package: $29, Kids $19
  • Java Package, Barong Package:  $39, Kids $29

Taman Nusa Hours

  • Barong Dance Performance: 10.30 AM, minimum 30 persons.

How To reach Taman Nusa by Public Transport

  • Drive to here.
  • Take a bemo, ojek or taxi to here.

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TripHobo Highlights for Taman Nusa

  • Taman Nusa Address: Jl. Taman Bali - Banjarangkan Banjar Blahpane Kelod, Gianyar – Bali, Indonesia
  • Taman Nusa Contact Number: +62-361952952
  • Taman Nusa Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Taman Nusa Price: 519792 IDR
  • Best time to visit Taman Nusa(preferred time): 09:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Taman Nusa: 03:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Taman Nusa

  • 1.67% of people who visit Bali include Taman Nusa in their plan

  • 64.91% of people start their Taman Nusa visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Taman Nusa

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Taman Nusa

People normally club together Penglipuran and Sangeh Monkey Forest while planning their visit to Taman Nusa.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Taman Nusa Trips

Taman Nusa, Bali Reviews

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  • Nice place. Huge area with a lot of trees. We walked for three hours to cover all areas. Good place to learn a little bit about Indonesia. Came with audio guide but didn't love it, perhaps try the real guide (but have to pay extra). Some areas could be improved and maintained better. Overall good - if they can bring in more visitors or throw events I think the place can be super great! It's nice to have alternative educational place in Bali :) good job ^^

  • It was fine. Even lots of traditional house still need a reconstruction. It will be more fun if they hv mini zoo as well

  • Great place to learn more about Indonesia. This location has built up housing from different parts of Indonesia illustrating their differences. A country they are but culturally different. On site, you can learn a fair bit on how life is conducted in their own culture. What i did was roam on my own but it would have been more fruitful if i had a guide to explain from the start. They do have staff stationed at different location. Recommended if you want to learn more about Indonesia.

  • It was the first time my fiance and I went to Taman Nusa. Good value for what we got. There were different traditional houses from different provinces of Indonesia and a few of them offer traditional experiences we could try without additional fees. For example, in 'Sumatra', we could take picture in traditional Minahasa outfit. In 'Yogyakarta' we got to make basic 'Batik' pattern on a handkerchief that we could take home. Unfortunately, we were excited to do face painting in 'Papua' but it wasn't available at that time. Great experience overall. I would recommend Taman Nusa to anyone visiting Bali who's looking for laid back experience and learning more about Indonesia.

  • I really love this place. It is like smaller TMII. Here you can find traditional houses from each province of Indonesia. Some also provide their traditional performance, too. Tour guide is provided, but I don't know the cost. I think it is for foreign tourists only. There is a miniature of Borobudur Temple, too. One negative thing is that the path can be slippery during rainy season.

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