Bali Zoo

Bali Zoo is the perfect wildlife conservatory for the finest collection of Indonesian and other countries exotic animals. The Zoo takes visitors on a virtual jungle tour, where you can see the animals close up, and admire the tropical flora and beautiful setting.

Entering the exotic world of fauna, visitors are welcome by our friendly staff, warm repeated song of Siamangs, a lazy gigantic crocodile, and the biggest lizard of the world, the Komodo Dragon!

The songs of various kinds of birds, such as the Bali starlings, peacocks, cassowaries, cockatoos and many other Asian birds greet visitors as they walk along the paths with lush tropical plantations and soft sound of fountains drops from the surrounding ponds.

Explore our finest collection of deer, kangaroos, reptiles, primates, tigers and many other species…It’s a really fun day out for all the family, and an educational experience.

General  Information

  • Location-Situated in the cultural heart of Bali, the zoo is only 15 minutes drive from Ubud, and 45 minutes from the tourist areas of Kuta, Tuban, Legian and Seminyak. The sandy white beaches of Sanur are only 20 minutes’ drive away or a 1 hour drive from Nusa Dua Resort.
  • Operation Hours-Open Daily: 9am to 9pm. Every day of the year (except Nyepi – Balinese day of silence).
  • Disability Access- Bali Zoo is wheelchair friendly and the staff is always on hands to assist you.
  • Dining Facilities-Try the first class restaurant, Starbhoga, for a mouth-watering meal. All tastes are catered for. For snacks and cold drinks, we have small stalls located throughout the zoo grounds.
  • Functions-Bali Zoo’s grounds and five star restaurant are available to hire for your next function. Weddings, birthdays, corporate events.
  • Gifts and Souvenirs-You can purchase special Bali Zoo souvenirs, such as: photo frames, T-shirts, mugs, egg paintings and many other interesting handicrafts at the souvenir shop inside the zoo or at the restaurant.
  • Guided tour is available for groups of ten or more

Hands on Experience!
Unforgettable interaction with animals and hands on experience; Feeding, Riding and Cuddling Experience

  • Feeding Program.
    You can buy food for the animals at the ticket counter to feed wallabies, deer, gibbons, sun bear, orangutan, camels, pelicans etc. To feed crocodile, tigers and lions you will be accompanied by our staff.
  • Pony Horseback Ride.
    Especially for children with a maximum weight of 60 kg. Your children will be escorted by our staff along the selected riding route; either short, medium or a zoo round trip. ( everyday 10.00 am-3.00 pm )
  • Shows
    – Bird show 11.00 am at Café
    – Animals Education Show 1.00 pm, 3.30 pm, 7.00 pm at Restaurant
    – Contemporary and Fire Dance at 7.00 pm ( every Wed and Sat )
  • Children’s World
    Have fun at our little petting zoo!, let your kids pet our domestic and baby animals and learn more about the animals’ behaviors! ..Don’t miss our kiddy park too.

Bali Zoo Program

Bali Zoo Half Day Tours ( Dur. 5 hours )
We offer you new way to experience Bali’s only zoo, where you can see up close animals from Indonesia and around the world. Our finest collection of mammals, reptiles and birds will greet you while walking along the paths surrounded by lush tropical forest.
Tour includes:
– Air-conditioned hotel return-transfers
– Zoo admission
– Animals feeding ( 1 bag fruit per person )
– Complimentary soft drink or fresh juice
– Hands on education with our Zoo’s tame animals
– 1 x meals (Lunch or Dinner)
– Also you can visit silver-work jewelery at Singapadu Gallery.

Pick up time for above program covering hotels in area Kuta, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur and Ubud:
– Morning 09:30-10:00
– Afternoon 11:30-12:00
– Evening 16:30-17:00

Night at the Zoo
Bali Zoo open the doors for visitor to explore the animals under the different light. Experience the sights and sounds of nocturnal animals as our guides thrill you with knowledge few possess.

Bali Zoo Project

Get Involved
What an exciting time it is for the Bali Zoo right now! For years, the zoo and its inhabitants have been crying out for a ‘makeover’, and finally someone has answered that call.

Tony and Narelle Greenwood of Peel Zoo in Western Australia visited Bali Zoo in November 2006 and realised straight away that the zoo needed help. A downturn in tourism since the horrific bombings of 2002 and 2005 meant that funds were low, and the zoo’s owner, Anak Agung Gede Putra, found he had nothing left for improvements after he had fed the animals and paid the staff. Sinking further and further into debt, the zoo had come perilously close to shutting its gates for good.

The Bali Zoo Project is a collaborative effort between Peel Zoo, Bali Zoo, and YOU, to turn this zoo into a world class facility that Bali can be proud of. Already, some of the smaller enclosures have been ‘renovated’. Walls have been knocked down, and greenery added to ensure that the animals are living in an environment as close to natural as possible. We want to get rid of the concrete and cages, and get some grass under the feet of these beautiful beasts!

Our first major task was transforming the white tiger enclosure into a wonderful home worthy of the animal that it contains. Next up, will be looking after Jackie, our gorgeous orangutan.

Of course, all of this costs money! We envisage that the orangutan enclosure alone will cost around AUD10,000. The sooner we get funds in, the sooner all of these animals will be better off.

It is quite fitting that the first registered sponsor of the new Bali Zoo Sponsorship Program is Anada, owner of the Asia Dana forum, a website created in the spirit of helping those who live in poverty; concern for the environment; and animal protection in Asia.

Anada first became aware of Bali’s need for sponsors when Kini, sponsorship co-ordinator for the Bali Zoo Project, posted information on Asia Dana regarding the new program. Being ‘anti-zoo’, Anada did not enter into sponsorship without first asking many questions of Tony Greenwood, owner of Peel Zoo in Western Australia and co-ordinator of Bali Zoo’s massive upgrade project. Anada was convinced, after her discussions with Tony, that his major concern is the wellbeing of the animals. She feels confident that Tony has the necessary expertise, compassion and respect for the animals to manage a project of this scale.

As a gesture of her support for the program, Anada decided to sponsor an animal. Her choice was an owl, well known as a symbol of wisdom. When the opportunity arose to name the owl, Anada chose the name ‘Rex’, in honour of a good friend to many people, who recently passed away. Rex was a much loved and popular contributor to an online Bali forum, and Anada hopes that his spirit will continue to live on in his beloved Bali, in the form of this beautiful bird.

Anada describes the sponsorship process as “a piece of cake”. She was able to pay for the sponsorship by credit card through the PayPal site without having to sign up for an account. This made the transaction easy and hassle-free.

Happy with the knowledge that her contribution will help fund a worthwhile project, Anada hopes that the Bali Zoo Sponsorship Program is something many more people will become involved in.


Adult Child Adult Child
Entrance Fee 20 17 BOOK
Bali Zoo Half Day Tours 55 35 BOOK


  • Price is per person for minimum of 2 participants, single traveler only will be charged additional at USD 20net
  •  Park entrance ticket not included any transfer, if required any return transfers service will be additional charge at USD 50/car for maximum 5 person for 6 hours
  • Children aged from 2-14 years old
  • Other personal expenses are not included and will be on personal account.
  • Departure from Uluwatu area will be charged additional cost at USD 10/person for adult and USD 5/person for children.

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