Taman Nusa, BaliCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Jl. Taman Bali - Banjarangkan Banjar Blahpane Kelod, Gianyar – Bali, Indonesia
- 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
About Taman Nusa, Bali
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 Opening and Closing 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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Taman Nusa, Bali Reviews
Large place, with lot of traditional house of Indonesia. Equipped with 4 traditional activities. Minus: far from other tourism spot. Far from food market or mini market. Not all spot has wheelchair access.
Good place to know your way all around Indonesia. All unique houses from each tribe and region and Indonesia are displayed in style. Very educational to the youths, they can learn the diversity of Indonesia.
We heard about Taman Nusa, did a bit of research, and decided to check it out. We are so glad we did! This is one of the best attractions Bali has to offer. The tag line, “See Indonesia in One Afternoon”, is apt; however, it just doesn’t do justice to the level of thought, attention, and detail that has gone into making this attraction worthy of any “top 5” lists for Bali. From the authentic traditional houses (some shipped by boats from remote corners of Indonesia for Taman Nusa) to the local ethnic folks displaying their crafts, dance, and music, everything they do at Taman Nusa is of the highest authenticity, quality, and educational value. This is no cheap tourist attraction; if you truly would like to learn about Indonesia’s rich cultural heritage, this is probably the best place to do so. If you have 2-3 hours in Bali - just go, you won’t regret it, and you honestly won’t find a better use of your time in Bali. Bring your DSLR - this is no selfie destination - and mosquito repellent, as the leafy surroundings do lend themselves to bugs.
the experience of exploring this Taman Nusa is fascinating, to learn and pose, and dance. the natural beauty of Indonesia and all its traditions can be seen here. spot photos are also many interesting and unusual
I was coming with my mom. Nice place. The staffs are very welcome. Thank you.